Deadline extended for IST 2004 call for ideas

May 17, 2004

Brussels, 14 May 2004

The European Commission has extended the deadline for the submission of conference and exhibition ideas for the IST 2004 event.

The deadline has been extended from 17 May until 4 June.

IST is the annual networking and showcase event covering research and development in information society technologies (IST). It is organised by the European Commission and the EU Presidency, which, for the 2004 event, will be the Netherlands. The event will take place at The Hague, in the Netherlands, from 15 to 17 November.

The title of this year's event is 'Participate in your future', and the main themes will be 'people' and 'economy'.

For further information, please consult the following web address:
http://europa.eu.int/information_society /istevent/2004/index_en.htm

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