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Winter School: Check out the Programme!

Published on: 26/08/2019 Last update: 20/11/2019 Event Archived
Tiensestraat 41, Leuven, Belgium

The European Commission’s ISA² Programme, together with the KU Leuven Public Governance Institute, is pleased to announce the first-ever Interoperability Academy Winter School in Leuven, Belgium on 11-13 December 2019.

The KU Leuven Public Governance Institute is a coordinator of the jointly organised Erasmus Mundus PIONEER Master Program.

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The Winter School will provide participants with practical and theoretical insights on how to develop and implement interoperability solutions for digital public services offered to citizens, business and other public administrations. Moreover, the Winter School will focus on public sector innovations and the future of digital transformation.

The ISA² Programme is organising the Winter School in the context of its Interoperability Academy action. It aims at improving advanced digital skills in the European public sector.

Winter School programme is now available on the event page

We are looking forward to welcoming you in Leuven!



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Visit the event page to check out the detailed programme!

Each day of the workshop will be around a thematic area:

  • Day 1 - ISA² and European Interoperability Framework
  • Day 2 - Public Sector Innovation
  • Day 3 - Future of Digital Transformation

Day 1 will offer an excellent opportunity to learn about the European Interoperability Framework, the ongoing work on interoperability by the European Commission and other European Commission initiatives supporting digital transformation of public administrations. Strong emphasis will be put on the use of interoperability tools developed under the ISA² Programme.

Day 2 participants will get familiar with the current public sector innovation activities at the European level. The presentations will also cover the planned activities that will support the adoption of emerging technologies in the public sector, in particular within the upcoming Digital Europe Programme

Day 3 will be dedicated to possible paths for the future of digital transformation in relation to governments. 

In the afternoon of Day 1 and Day 2, participants will take part in interactive and practice-oriented workshops to share and stimulate their ideas and thoughts. 

Physical location
Tiensestraat 41, Leuven, Belgium