|> NESSI Software Engineering White Paper
Through the Software Engineering White Paper, NESSI seeks to raise awareness for the continued and even increased need for EU software engineering research and innovation programmes, in order for Europe to remain competitive and innovative. To this end, this white paper reflects NESSI’s input to the forthcoming Horizon 2020 work programme (ICT/LEIT WP2016-2017). Moreover, it identifies relevant software engineering research challenges in three major technology areas:
Software Engineering in and for the Cloud.
Software Engineering for Cyber-Physical Systems.
Software Engineering for and with Big Data.
This white paper also provides recommendations on how the specifics software should be addressed during product and service innovation. In addition, the paper provides recommendations on skill and competency building needed for a well-trained industry workforce. Finally, it delivers recommendations for maximizing the impact of software engineering research and innovation projects based on lessons learned from past FP7 projects.
NESSI will be organizing the NESSI Member’s and International Cooperation Day on 20-21 November 2014 at the “Universidad Autònoma de Barcelona” (Bellaterra, Barcelona).The event is expected to reinforce industrial cooperation on ICT research, development and Innovation through a better networking between European ICT Technology Platforms and other entities in third countries.
> NESSI Summit 2014
The NESSI summit 2014 was held on the 27th of May in Brussels. The report of the conference with the key moments, as well as the presentations of the panelists and some pictures are available under "events - NESSI summit 2014".
NESSI is the European Technology Platform (ETP) dedicated to Software and Services. NESSI provides input to the EU Institutions on research actions and technology matters of particular importance to the software domain, and the overall aim is to enable the software and services sector help vitalize the great potential of the European economy and society. NESSI gathers partners and members from all over Europe, both from industry and academia, and engages in close dialogue with the European Commission and other stakeholders on several topics of specific relevance to NESSI - such as Big Data Value, Cloud Computing and Software Engineering.
NESSI takes an active role in addressing future challenges of Europe, by working for ensuring that enough resources are invested in leading-edge industrial and academic research for innovative technologies in the software and service domain. Europe has to turn its outstanding R&D potential, its infrastructure and its technological environment into successful product development and marketable products in order to maintain its competitive edge.
Membership in NESSI is free and open - join us here.