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6 Oct 2015 - Future & Emerging Technologies (FET and FET Flagships) at the ICT 2015 Event, Lisbon 6 Oct 2015 - Draft FET H2020 work programme 2016-2017 published The draft version of the FET Horizon 2020 work programme for 2016-2017 is being made public just before its adoption process to provide potential participants with its currently expected main lines. This document is not yet endorsed by the Commission and does not in any way prejudge the final decision of the Commission. Other draft H2020 work programmes are also available. 

1 Oct 2015 - PhD opportunities and innovation vouchers for industry The knowledge-intensive industrial sector and the University of Twente are joining forces in the coming years to create 100 extra positions for PhD research. The first twelve PhD positions have recently been awarded to four companies: Océ Nederland, Aquaporin, Emulate and TPRC. In addition, UT is making 20 innovation vouchers available to SMEs this year, each with a value of €10,000. 1 Oct 2015 - Dirk Heylen President of the Association for the Advancement of Affective Computing At the biannual conference on Affective Computing and Intelligent Interaction (ACII) Prof. Dirk Heylen became President of the International Association for the Advancement of Affective Computing (AAAC). The object of the Association is to advance the education of the public in general and particularly amongst specialists in the field on the subject of affective computing and to promote research for the public benefit in all aspects. 29 Sep 2015 - Raymond Veldhuis about biotmetric life on radio OBA Listen to Raymond Veldhuis at OBA live (in dutch):http://obalive.nl/default.aspx?lIntEntityId=2681 28 Sep 2015 - SCS BSc Student Lisa de Wilde wins Best Poster Award at BIOSIG 2015 At BIOSIG 2015, held from 9-11 September 2015 in Darmstadt, SCS BSc student Lisa de Wilde received the Best Poster Award for her poster: "Exploring How User Routine Affects the Recognition Performance of a Lock Pattern". The poster was based on her bachelor work, in which she looked at the question how far biometric recognition improves the safety of a lock pattern, as used in android systems. 25 Sep 2015 - DACS MSc Student Nils Rodday nominated for the JBISA Award The MSc thesis "Exploring Security Vulnerabilities of Unmanned Aerial Vehicles" of DACS MSc Student Nils Rodday has been nominated (top 3) for the JBISA Award, to be announced during the Security Congres on October 14, 2015 in Amsterdam. 24 Sep 2015 - 7-11 December 2015: ICT with Industry The Dutch research organisations NWO and STW will organize from December 7-11, 2015 the annual event "ICT with Industry" (information in Dutch). This workshop offers the opportunity to accelerate the innovation process of companies, through application of new methods and techniques, developed during this workshop .