We are always looking for industrial participation at ICT.OPEN. Have a look at our sponsoring opportunities and download our flyer to explore your options.

Do you want to engage with top researchers from ICT research in the Netherlands? ICT.OPEN2018  offers you a network platform where you can meet and discuss the latest research on ICT. Being present at ICT.OPEN2018 gives your company the opportunity to:

  • Expand your network;
  • Recruit potential new employees. Of the 500 participants we’re expecting over 150 expected Ph.D. students and postdocs;
  • Get in touch with collaboration partners or new customers;
  • Meet renowned ICT specialists from the Netherlands and abroad;
  • Learn and discuss about the Dutch state-of-the-art ICT-research.

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Take a look at our sponsoring opportunities and download our flyer to explore your options

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Facts & figures:
  • ICT.OPEN is the principal ICT research conference in the Netherlands, where over 500 scientists from all ICT research disciplines & interested researchers from industry come together to learn from each other, share ideas and network;
  • ICT.OPEN features distinguished plenary key notes and invited speakers, as well as many oral and poster presentations. The state of art in ICT research is presented and discussed.
  • The ICT.OPEN conference was organised for the first time in 2011 and it acts as the successor of SIREN//NL and STW.ICT.
  • ICT.OPEN is jointly organised on an annual basis by NWO under the auspices of ICT Research Platform Netherlands (IPN). IPN and NWO are daily engaged in the promotion and selection of the best research in Computer Science;
  • The ultimate ambition for ICT.OPEN is to be the annual conference for researchers and interested parties from industry engaged in or interested in ICT research.
  • ICT.OPEN2018 takes place on 19 & 20 March 2018 in the de Flint theatre in Amersfoort;
  • ICT.OPEN is the place to be for everyone involved in ICT research in the Netherlands, where scientists meet and where science can find industry and vice versa.