The 9th edition of ICT.OPEN will take place online on Wednesday 10 and Thursday 11 February 2021.
The field of ICT is rapidly developing. There are many open research questions and new opportunities to apply research results to further transform and improve our society. To bring together fundamental ICT research as well as novel and innovative applications of ICT research, the Dutch Research Council (NWO) and the ICT Research Platform for the Netherlands (IPN) are organising the 9th edition of ICT.OPEN. More than 500 scientists from all ICT research disciplines and from ICT industry come together to learn from each other, to share ideas and to expand their network.
Please register via the link above. Registration is free for this online edition of ICT.OPEN2021.
The call for abstracts is now closed. All presenters have received notification of the selection.
Meet your future recruits, new partners and/or customers: 500 ICT researchers and professionals in two days. This conference offers three sponsorship packages to choose from based on your needs and preferences. Become a sponsor now!
Looking back on ICT.OPEN2019
Unfortunately, ICT.OPEN2020 had to be cancelled. During ICT.OPEN2019 over 500 researchers and professionals from ICT brought together fundamental and applied research. Watch the photo's from last edition here.
Dutch Digital Conference
ICT.OPEN2021 is part of the Dutch Digital Conference from 8 to 10 February 2021, organised by NWO and the Ministry of Economic Affairs and Climate Policy. The Dutch Digital Conference connects science, industry, societal organisations and government. During several online events, visitors share their knowledge and work together on innovative digital solutions.
For more information on ICT.OPEN2021 please contact the organisation via email@example.com.
ICT.OPEN2021Registration website for ICT.OPEN2021
Marloes van den Heuvelictopen2021@nwo.nl
Marloes van den Heuvelictopen2021@nwo.nlhttps://www.ictopen.nl
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