Event: "IST 2004 - Participate in your future - People and Economy" - The Hague, The Netherlands - 15-17 November

April 28, 2004

Brussels, Apr 2004

IST is the annual "networking" event for research and development in information society technologies (IST). IST 2004 will include a conference, an exhibition of research results, networking facilities, the IST Prize Village and showcase event. Two calls for conference and exhibition ideas are now open. Deadline: 17 May. For details on these calls and full information about IST 2004, consult the newly-launched IST 2004 website.

This forum is a must for researchers and industrialists planning to propose projects for the IST priority within the EU's sixth Framework Programme for Research and Technological Development.

More information and registration

Enterprise DG
http://europa.eu.int/comm/enterprise/ind ex_en.htm
Item source: http://europa.eu.int/comm/enterprise/eve nts/events.htm

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