Digital Innovation & Exploitation for the Future

Call for papers now closed

Closing Date: 21 February 2020

Be part of something inspirational

EEMA is seeking Europe’s imaginative individuals who have a unique perspective and are redesigning the way we think and manage digital innovation - for Industry, business, SMEs, governments and citizens

EEMA has been Europe’s leading visionary since 1987; and 2020 is its 33rd Annual Conference, this is a perfect opportunity join with fellow peers and enable us to build a trusted and connected secure future.

Discuss your paper with other International Keynotes, Speakers, Peers and 150 industry leaders, all selected speakers will be given a full complementary pass to the conference and their guests a 50% discount.

Tell us how your submission is educational and inspiring

Topics to include (but not limited to):

  • A Vision of Future Trends and Technologies
  • New Business Transformation Models
  • Applying practical Blockchain to Digital Transformation
  • Effective Transformation through AI (i.e. Robotic Process Automation)
  • Establiching Identity and Strong Authentciation
  • Self Sovereign Identity, how is this changing in the digital landscape?
  • The ROI from using Trusted Identities


  • Exploiting Distributed Clout to achieve Hyper-automation
  • Fighting Crime wiht AI enables forensics
  • Transforming the Face of Modern Banking
  • Maximising Mobile Identity and 5G
  • Privacy, Regulation and Legal Issues
  • Cross Border eID Interoperability including go.eIDAS
  • H2020 Projects and Results


EEMA is Europe’s leading Non-Profit, Independent, Interdisciplinary, Unbiased and European focused Think Tank. This is your opportunity to present at EEMA’s highly prestigious 31st Annual conference.

Worldwide experts, innovators and key players will address the most relevant issues in the fields of cyber-security, mobility, privacy, AI and much more – informing a highly qualified audience on the evolution of digital identity upon which future developments will be built.

Across the various tracks of the event, catalysed networking opportunities will bring together experts and professionals from the industry, government representatives, innovators and (pioneering) end-users. Active participation in the conference offers unique opportunities of for interaction, dissemination of knowledge and information exchanging experiences exchange with your peers.

The format of the event consists of a mixture of practical demonstrations, presentations, panel discussions and free format round table sessions covering key challenges, visions and strategies. This conference is an indispensable event for those in business, public sector and government who are involved in the policy, security, systems and processes surrounding trust.

Topics to include (but not limited to):

  • A Vision of Future Trends and Technologies
  • The ROI from using trusted identities
  • Maximising Mobile Identity and Trust
  • Establishing Identity and Strong Authentication
  • How Can AI contribute to effective transformation?
  • Privacy, Regulation and Legal Issues
  • Applying Blockchain to digital transformation
  • Cross Border eID interoperability including H2020 projects
  • GDPR applied to process transformation

Hourly conference sessions will be of two types:

  • sessions, divided roughly in half between a scene setting session where the chair and 3 panel members have 10 minutes, without slides, to present their perspective on the topic with the remaining time given to a discussion session involving members of the audience and panel.
  • sessions with 2 speakers starting with an in-depth 20-minute presentation followed by audience participation.

Instructions for Submissions
Presentations for the conference will be selected from abstracts submitted in response to this call for contributions. Speakers are selected by the programme committee solely on the merit of their submissions. Selection will be on a points system depending on Content (end-use studies), Innovative Solutions or Future Perspective, preference will also be given to EEMA members.

The submissions to the conference should be original, topical, articles, and position papers. Presentations promoting products will be rejected.

To submit a proposal please send the following information to

  • Presentation title
  • Presenter Name, Job title and Company
  • Presenter email and mobile phone number
  • Brief summary of information to be covered (no more than 500 words)
  • Please indicate if the paper relates to: Business, Technology, Legislation (Regulation or Legal)
  • Name and email of contact person if different to presenter

Deadline for submissions is Monday 12 March 2018

Speakers will be informed if their contribution has been accepted by 31 March 2018

If you have any questions regarding the submission process, please contact: Roger Dean, Director Special Projects – EEMA,

Sponsorship Opportunities - In conjunction with this conference there will be an exhibition of some of the leading Trust & Security vendors and research projects that will demonstrate the industry’s latest advances. If you are interested in sponsoring or exhibiting at the event or other promotional oportunities please contact

We look forward to meeting you In London