As the first month of the year draws to a close, it is a good time to take a look at a number of upcoming events within CESSDA partner organisations in the first half of the year (conferences, workshops, seminars, trainings, webinars, etc.).
This last blog post on EDF2015 focuses exclusively on the impacts of big data on the labour market.
Following on from the previous article on EDF2015, this one focusses on the industry perspective of big data with some real-life examples of big data in use or planned.
CESSDA attended the European Data Forum taking place in Luxembourg on 16-17 November in the framework of Big Data Europe, gold sponsor of the event. Here are some take away messages on what is happening at a European level in the area of big data.
SHARE released a new book on “Ageing in Europe – Supporting Policies for an Inclusive Society” which was presented on 29 October in Brussels.
The purpose of the job is to plan, establish, oversee, coordinate and manage development projects for CESSDA, as well as make project applications.
The purpose of the job is to plan, establish, oversee, coordinate and manage software development and implementation for CESSDA.
Ageing in Europe: A new book presents evidence on how to reinforce social and economic inclusion in spite of population ageing.
DANS will organise the CESSDA Expert Seminar 2015 on 30th November – 1st December in The Hague, The Netherlands, in cooperation with FSD, GESIS and UKDA.
CESSDA has started a new project funded by the European Commission in the framework of its Horizon2020 programme and the kick-off took place on 21 October 2015 in Bergen, CESSDA SaW “Strengthening and widening the European infrastructure for social science data archives”.