Shaping the workplace - international conference

May 27, 2003

Brussels, 26 May 2003

An international conference on 'shaping the workplace; essential tools for the future' will take place in Venice, Italy, on 3 and 4 July 2003.

The event is being organised by the e-locus cluster, funded under the IST section of the Fifth Framework Programme, on behalf of the European Commission's Information Society DG.

The conference will include a panel discussion on the future workplace, presentation of the e-locus projects, and sessions on collaboration and communication in virtual and mixed workspaces, results of research projects, and holistic thinking in business and research.

For further information, please contact:
Fundación Tekniker
Tel: +34 943 206744

CORDIS RTD-NEWS / © European Communities

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