Join the Online SW-Forum and have your say in shaping the future of software technology in Europe
SWForum.eu is proud to announce that it has launched its Fellowship Programme, bringing in significant expertise to support its objectives of fostering a sustainable European forum for researchers and practitioners in software engineering, digital infrastructures, and cybersecurity.
The SWForum.eu Fellowship Programme has been established to support the SWForum.eu project by fostering a sustainable European forum for stakeholders representing scientific researchers, providers, developers, operators, and policymakers linked to software technologies, digital infrastructures, and cybersecurity. It will help to raise awareness and contribute to the competitiveness of the European software industry while ensuring that the project maintains a high international profile in the software technology arena.
The Programme has engaged six experts from a variety of backgrounds and institutions who will be contributing insights and perspectives on critical areas in software technology today, such as open source and artificial intelligence. In addition to technical expertise, the group of experts will also be providing policy-related contributions, targeting not only decision-makers with recommendations to inform and improve the elaboration of software-related policies and programmes, but also practitioners in the field with analyses in order to help them understand and deal with the effects of these policies on their products, services, and competitive strategies.
Insights and Perspectives on European Software Industry
Do you want to engage in thought-provoking discussions and share your opinions with like-minded individuals? Look no further than our fellowship blogs! Explore our collection of insightful articles, ranging from cyber-security concerns in medical devices to the impact of artificial intelligence on the workforce. Don't miss out on the opportunity to expand your knowledge and connect with others. Read our latest fellowship blogs and share your opinion today!
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European software community.