Take part in EU Open Data Days, an event focused on the benefits of open data and its reuse in the EU!
The Publications Office of the European Union is organising the first EU Open Data Days. This unique online event will serve as a knowledge hub, bringing the benefits of open data and its reuse to the EU public sector, and through it to people and businesses. Get inspired and discover the latest trends and most innovative solutions!
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Data is a key asset for digital transformation. It is a building material for research and innovation, personalised products and services, powerful new technologies and better decision-making. These translate into solutions to societal challenges that can improve and even save people’s lives, as the current pandemic demonstrates. Open data is also freely available to generate value through reuse.
Speak at EU DataViz 2021
The EU Open Data Days organising team are looking for speakers to help shape a highly relevant conference programme. Are you an expert on open data and/or data visualisation? We encourage you to share your ideas, successful projects and best practices, which can be actionable in the setting of the EU public sector.
We welcome proposals from all over the world, and from all sectors: academia, private entities, journalists, data visualisation freelancers, EU institutions, national public administrations and more. For more information, visit the EU DataViz website.
Submit your proposal for a conference contribution by 21 May 2021 here.
Compete in EU Datathon 2021
Propose your idea for an application built on open data and compete for your share of the prize fund of EUR 99 000. Demonstrate the value of open data and address a challenge related to the European Commission’ priorities.
We welcome ideas from data enthusiasts from all around the world. Check the rules of the competition and to participate, submit your proposal for an application by 21 May 2021 here.
The EU Open Data Days have a particular focus on the EU’s public sector and data enthusiasts. They are also relevant for policymakers, researchers, academia, private entities, students and citizens interested in the power of open data as a factor determining our future.