Informatics Europe represents the academic and research community in Information and Computer Sciences in Europe. Bringing together university departments and research laboratories, it creates a strong common voice to safeguard, shape and stimulate quality research and teaching in Informatics in Europe. With over 95 member institutions across 25 countries, Informatics Europe works to define and promote common policies and tackle common issues.
Forum for Exchange
Informatics Europe offers its members mutliple platforms to discuss, reflect and act on common priorities, such as the annual European Computer Science Summit, the annual pre-Summit workshop for Deans and Department Chairs and several working groups including one on Key Data on Informatics higher Education, on Women in Informatics Research and Education, and the Committee on European Computing Education (jointly with ACM Europe).
Quest for Quality
To foster quality research, Informatics Europe offers research quality assessment through the Department Evaluation service offer. Every year, Informatics Europe presents the Best Practices in Education Award recognising outstanding European educational initiatives in Informatics, and the Minerva Informatics Equality Award for best practices that encourage and support the careers of women in Informatics research and education.
Data & Insights
With and through its members, Informatics Europe produces authoritative Reports on key issues of interest to the discipline and the profession.
Informatics Europe hosts an extensive archive of European Research & Education institutions; and offers a dedicated online forum for advertising open research positions in the field through the Informatics Jobs platform.