IST and FP6, Italy

December 10, 2004

Brussels, 09 Dec 2004

A conference on the information society and the EU's Sixth Framework Programme (FP6) will take place in Turin, Italy, on 14 January.

The conference will analyse and comment on the fourth IST call, published on 16 November, and will provide examples of good project management in relation to the new instruments.

The event is organised by the Turin Polytechnic in collaboration with the Chamber of Commerce of Turin, the local APRE (Italian Agency for the Promotion of European Research) office and Unioncamere Piemonte.

For more information about the event, please contact:
Politecnico of Turin
Tel: +39 011 5646220

For more information on the IST programme, including the fourth call, please consult: http:///

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