Category : Partners

University of Zurich Kickstarting Innovation: submit your application

The University of Zürich is supporting Kickstart 19 EdTech Startups – Open Innovation Programme and invites EUNIS members with EdTech startups to submit applications.

Kickstart bridges the gap between startups, corporations, cities, foundations and universities to accelerate technological innovation that has the potential to transform humanity’s biggest challenges into solvable problems.

Find out more on the Kickstart website.

Welcome to the new EUNIS members

EUNIS has welcomed a number of renowned European universities as new institutional members this academic year. Here is a selection of them:

  • University College London, represented by Samantha Ahern (Digital Education). UCL is a member of LERU (League of European Research Universities) and has been collaborating with a number of EUNIS members in the field of learning design for some time. Clive, Natasa and Sam presented the ABC learning design method to us at EUNIS18 in Paris. ABC is now available in many European languages – have you tried it yet?
  • Stockholm School of Economics, represented by Michael Eklund  (ITS). SSE is one of Europe’s leading business schools. Operating in Riga, Helsinki and worldwide, SSE is a truly international organisation.
  • The University of Ghent, represented by Danny Schellemans (ICT Services). U. of Ghent is one of Belgium’s leading universities and also has a campus in South Korea. The University is particularly active in our Business Intelligence SIG and we look forward to hearing more about their work in this area at EUNIS19.

By joining EUNIS you will:

  • Share experience with European scholars in a University perspective.
  • Establish relationships with organizations leading information systems development in higher education and in research institutes in each country as well as at a European and international level.
  • Keep up to date with major projects in information systems in higher education or research institutions/organisations within Europe by participating in topical Task Forces and Special Interest Groups.
  • Enjoy discounts for the EUNIS Congress and possibility to attend other EUNIS events with no fee.

Read more on how to apply here.

European Campus Card Association Conference 2019: 19-22 May, Linz, Austria

European Campus Card Association Conference 2019: Campus eID of the Future

On behalf of ECCA, EUNIS partner organisation, we would like to invite you to the  “Campus eID of the Future” Conference. This year’s Conference is being hosted by Johannes Kepler University, in Linz, Austria, from May 19th to 21st.

Registration is now open on-line at at Conference web.

Some of this year’s highlights will include presentations, workshops and exhibitions covering a range of topics;

  • Campus Card Case Studies
  • Roundtable Sessions
  • Service Provider workshops
  • Future in eID/eIDAS on Campus
  • Mobile Technology
  • Card Production & Printing
  • Card Technology
  • Access Control
  • e Payments
  • Cloud Services
  • GDPR Compliance, a Year On!
  • Research Projects

Read more information here.

Registration for the TNC19 is now open

Registration for the TNC19 is now open. It will be held on 16-20 June 2019 in Tallinn, Estonia, organised by GÉANT and hosted by the Estonian NREN.

This year’s conference title Forging Digital Societies is inspired by two main concepts: the idea that computer networks, by supporting human interactions, help to create and forge digital societies is combined with the innovative model of Estonia’s e-residency programme.

The annual conference is the place where the TNC community gathers to shape the future of research and education forging the society of the future with digital ’fire’ and passion for innovation and progress.

Read more here.

GDN Annual Meeting: call for presentations

The Eighth Annual Groningen Declaration Network (GDN) Meeting will be held in the city of Puebla, Mexico, from 24 to 26 April 2019.

EUNIS is the signatory of the Groningen Declaration and invites you, on behalf of the GD Network’s Annual Meeting Planning Committee, to submit a presentation for consideration for the 2019 Annual Meeting Agenda. The overall theme of the 2019 annual meeting is Creating the New World for Academic and Professional Mobility.

Presenting at the 2019 GDN Annual Meeting offers a valuable opportunity to connect directly with colleagues in the digital learners data ecosystem.

Read more information here.