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StandICT.eu is an EU H2020 Coordination and Support Action with the central goal of ensuring a neutral, reputable, pragmatic and fair approach to support European and Associated states presence in the international ICT standardisation scene. Learn more
An interactive platform providing the most accurate coverage of relevant and timely ICT Standards, to monitor the global landscape
The Fellowship Programme launching & managing a robust and efficient facility with € 3M funding earmarked over 36 months
Empowering contributions from ICT standardisation experts letting their voices be heard
Creating an engaging & influential Foresight Committee to keep momentum in policy discussions, in-synch with the MSP
Ensuring hi-level steering of StandICT.eu thanks to an authoritative Expert Group who tap directly into SDOs
Pursuing the training of next generation of ICT standardisation experts, engaging with National Standards Associations & Public-Private Partnerships
The new EUOS will constantly monitor the status of ICT Standards at international level, playing his role in building a sustainable ecosystem around ICT standards.Explore the ICT Standards Repository
Take advantage of the collaborative networking space to join the conversation with other ICT members by starting new discussions on relevant ICT topics, sharing relevant documents and events related, finding new connections.
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StandICT.eu 2023 will financially support European ICT Standards Specialists through various Open Calls to contribute in the context of international Standards Developing Organisations Working Groups.Read more
This 1st Open Call totalled 96 eligible applications received out of which 35 have been selected for funding, with an overall 304,500 Euro granted, providing an extensive geographical coverage with 15 different EU countries represented, with a satisfying balance across the key technologies and priority topics of the first call, and with a wide spectrum of SDOs that will benefit from the competence and expertise of the applicants.Read more for the 1st call
This 2nd Open Call totalled 68 eligible applications received out of which 37 have been selected for funding, with an overall 303,700 Euro granted providing an extensive geographical coverage with 11 different EU countries and 2 associated countries, with a satisfying balance across the key technologies and priority topics of the call, and with a wide spectrum of SDOs that will benefit from their competences and skillset.
This 3rd Open Call totalled 76 eligible applications received out of which 35 have been selected for funding, with an overall 314,000 Euro granted providing an extensive geographical coverage with 15 different EU countries, with a satisfying balance across the key technologies and priority topics of the call, and with a wide spectrum of SDOs that will benefit from the fellows' competences and skillset.
Here are some examples of fellowship applications from our different calls. Learn about the impact the European fellows created within their SDO work in the complete Following the Fellows report.
The current standardisation process in Internet Engineering presents an insufficient focus on interoperability. My fellowship paves the way for a standardized, cross-platform approach to the data portability of confidential computing workloads
Application portability across Confidential Computing workloads
There is a gap in understanding governance, legal and technical interoperability issues in DLT business
and technical applications. My fellowships will contribute to knowledge enhancement with an analytical
framework and use cases
Time and contribution to TR6277 Data flow model for blockchain and DLT use cases
CEO, Origin Chain Networks
Management of cyberrisk is a fundamental challenge at different levels of society: it is crucial to have practical standards that can support this for the various actors and be adapted to their types, sizes, and capacities
Cybersecurity and Privacy Standardisation within ISO/IEC (JTC 1 / SC27) and CEN/ CENELEC (JTC 13)
Independent IT Consultant
StandICT.eu 2023 has developed a series of collaborations in the form of Memorandum of Understanding(s) or cross-project collaborations to ensure optimal visibility of the StandICT.eu 2023 initiative within key European organisations and associations.Learn more about our synergies
Since the launch of StandICT.eu 2023, the project has proactively worked on establishing relationships and synergies with SDOs active in the ICT domain
The project is also collecting cases of successful initiatives in the area of ICT standardisation, coming from different H2020 and HE projects, to help identify and share best practices Share your ICT standardisation story with StandICT.eu