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GIC co-organiser of the Samos Summit on Future Internet Systems

Date of Event: Thursday, April 07, 2011




GIC-NTUA co-organizes in Samos island - Greece, the Samos 2011 Summit on Future Internet, in co-operation with the University of Aegean and the ENSEMBLE FP7 project (the DSS Lab of NTUA- GIC team- being the project co-ordinator). The ENSEMBLE project is a supportive action to the FInES Cluster, managed by European Commission - DGINSFO, in order to foster international cooperation and strive for a new research and practice agenda in future internet systems and services.


With an emphasis on Future Internet systems and services in the factory, in the enterprise and within a connected, inclusive society, the Samos Future Internet Summit will be a first-class opportunity to see, interact  with and influence cutting-edge European ICT research projects and initiatives.


The Summit includes Collaborative Workshops on (a) the new Research Roadmap on Future Internet Enterprise Systems, and (b) the Enterprise Interoperability Scientific Formulation, as being prepared by the research community and the ENSEMBLE  project partners and Experts Scientific Committee.


It is a meeting of high-level experts from all the sides of Future Internet for enterprises and society: industry meets talent and discovers customer needs, academia meets service development and practice, organizations meet citizen demand and technology for change.  Top industry executives, administration officials and researchers have the opportunity to progress on ideas, discuss on the future trends and shape the research and practice agenda on reform through ICT.


Participants will have the opportunity to exchange ideas with other relevant international research projects in the area of Future Internet Systems and Services, from an interoperability, governance or societal viewpoint.

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