IEEE conference on standardisation and innovation in information technology

September 9, 2003

Brussels, 08 Sep 2003

The third IEEE conference on standardisation and innovation in information technology will take place from 22 to 24 October in Delft, the Netherlands.

The conference will bring together standardisation researchers from different disciplines, IT practitioners, policy makers, standards developers and users (administrations, companies, etc.), and other stakeholders interested in exchanging ideas and knowledge on the latest developments in standardisation.

Those attending will be invited to discuss the following topics:
- the impact of IT standards;
- problems of standards implementation;
- corporate standards strategies;
- international standards polices;
- open source standards.

For further information, please consult the following web address:
http://www.siit2003.org/

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