17-19 October 2012
The eChallenges e-2012 Conference takes place in the Sana Lisboa Hotel, Lisbon, Portugal. This is the twenty-second in a series of Annual Conferences supported by the European Commission and hosted by national governments, which attracts delegates from leading commercial, government and research organisations around the world to share knowledge and experience, lessons learnt, good practice and innovation.
eChallenges provides a prestigious, international forum to share success stories and lessons learnt from applied Information and Communications Technology (ICT) related research at European level (FP7) as well as Regional, National and Commercial initiatives. International cooperation and discussion of commercialisation, exploitation & interoperability issues are key aspects of the programme.
The goals of e-2012 are to promote ICT knowledge sharing and innovation between commercial organisations, government agencies and the research community, exhange experiences about the current state of eAdoption at a sectoral, national or regional level and stimulate rapid take-up of Research and Technology Development (RTD) results by industry and in particular SMEs.
It is necessary for all participants to complete online registration prior to the event.
The Programme is based on a Call for Papers which closed in March 2012
The Programme combines strategic keynote presentations, technical papers, business and government case studies and workshops. The Final Programme is available online.
Plenary Speakers confirmed to date include:
- SE Carlos Oliveira, Secretary of State of Entrepreneurship, Competitiveness and Innovation, Portugal
- Cristina Vaz Tomé, European Co-Chair, 8th Africa - EU Strategic Partnership and IICT Vice-President, Portugal
- Paulo Neves, President, AMA, Portugal
- Seung Chul Ha, Director, Ministry of Public Administration and Security, Korea
- Eduardo Maldonado, NCP Coordinator, FCT, Portugal
There are a limited number of presentation opportunities remaining in the Scientific Programme. If you wish to present a case study but missed the Call for Papers, please contact us at secretariat@eChallenges.org
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