FP6 poster session: Poznan, Poland

October 31, 2003

Brussels, 30 Oct 2003

A Sixth Framework Programme (FP6) projects poster session will take place from 21 to23 April 2004, in Poznan, Poland.

The session, which will be held during an international conference on business information systems, is aimed at providing potential project proposers with an opportunity to present their early stage projects and obtain technical support and advice from leading experts in the field.

The main goal is to help individuals or organisations search for partners, with a view to developing consortia capable of building an FP6 proposal in the area of information science and knowledge management.

For further information, please contact:
E-mail: a.bassara@kie.ae.poznan.pl

CORDIS RTD-NEWS / © European Communities

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