Monthly Archives: May 2014

Proposing Horizon 2020 projects – why we need a more efficient process

Just two days after Easter was the deadline of the first ICT Call of Horizon 2020, the current Framework for European funded R&D projects, with the official name of “H2020-ICT-2014-1”. As expected the interest from the European research community was … Continue reading

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About the role of bots on network neutrality

I am not sure whether “outing” is the right word here, but I will give it a try. I am not on Facebook, I do not tweet and I read still hardware news. I mean newspapers. Yesterday I stumbled over … Continue reading

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