24 - 26 October 2007
The Hague, The Netherlands
There are a number of stand-alone events being organised around the eChallenges e-2007 Conference. These are separate events but eChallenges delegates have the option to participate in them if they so wish. Some of these events require separate pre-registration.
FP7 HAGRID Networking Event 23 October, The Hague
IIMC is organising a HAGRID FP7 partnering event in cooperation with the eChallenges e-2007 Conference & Exhibition (24 - 26 October).
Supported by the European Commission, the goal of this free Pre-Conference Event is to support the networking of research, government and commercial organisations with a view to establishing consortia for future joint European research proposals under the ICT and Security Themes of Framework Programme 7 (FP7).
Following presentations by European Commission officials, National Contact Points and FP6 and FP7 participants in the morning, participants who registered organisational profiles and proposal ideas will have the opportunity to have pre-scheduled one-on-one meetings to discuss specific cooperation opportunities in the afternoon.
For more information and to registration for this event, please click here. While there is no charge to participate in this HAGRID Networking Event, pre-registration is required .
eStrategies Roundtables, 25 October, The Hague
British Publishers Ltd, one of the eChallenges Media Partners, is organising two stand-alone eStrategies Roundtable events, that will take place in the Everest room, 2nd Floor of the World Forum Convention Centre. Presenters in these eStategies Roundtables are invited by British Publishers.
The first Roundtable entitled "ICT Shaping the Future of Public Services" will take place at 9am in the Everest Room, and will focus on eGovernment. This roundtable will bring together experts and thought leaders from public and private organisations. The purpose of this discussion is to share best practice and thought leadership. Topics will include:
1. Using ICTs for Government Transparency
2. Government 2 Citizen relationships, treating the Citizen as a Customer
3. Practical Techniques: For Planned or In-Progress eGovernment Projects
4. Knowledge and skills, ensuring all public servants, employees and stakeholders understand how to apply these technologies within their departments
There are a limited number of audience positions available to eChallenges e-2007 delegates. If you are interested in attending and would like to provisionally reserve your seat, please contact Edward Taberner at British Publishers, Tel: +44 117 916 6542.
The second eStrategies Roundtable will take place at 2pm and will focus on Technology Enhanced Learning. Chaired by Patrick Sullivan (CM International) and held at the Everest Room in the World Forum Convention Centre, this roundtable will bring together experts and thought leaders from public and private organisations for debate and discussion on the following areas:
1. The role of technology in promoting lifelong learning, innovation and desirable change and the need to deliver on e-inclusion
2. The use of new technologies in corporate training and education for competitive advantage in the global market place
3. eLearning policy and practices: building common infrastructures and approaches across borders to ICT research and development in education
4. Quality and eLearning - How Information Technology is being used in support of quality in learning and the impact of ICT on the education system
There are a limited number of audience positions available to eChallenges e-2007 delegates, if you are interested in attending and would like to provisionally reserve your seat, please contact Christina Martin at British Publishers, Tel: +44 117 916 6555.
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