The Group represents over 50 cities in 20 countries across Europe, concentrating on improving the performance of local government by using information technology and European level representation to public authorities, suppliers of information technology and other relevant organisations.
The European Commission, together with the Latvian Government and the Austrian Presidency of the EU, is organising this high-level conference on the theme "ICT for an inclusive society".
SME Day will offer a series of forums where businesses, policymakers, venture capitalists, and academics will be able to discuss the challenges facing them while exploring ideas on how to accelerate innovation to build a stronger knowledge-based economy across Europe.
The 2006 Conference will focus on managerial, economic, social and cultural aspects in technology management and their influence on innovation and the creation of economic growth and prosperity.
Since it was first held in 1993, ECIS has been established as the most important European conference on information systems and information technology. We are very happy to have the opportunity to organise the 14th ECIS in Göteborg 2006, the first time it is held in Sweden. The tracks and topics are chosen to cover the information systems field with relevant aspects of traditional as well as new research areas.
This conference held at Vienna, Austria is intended to provide an in-depth assessment and analysis of the various financing sources finance available to further develop ICT projects in the enlarged Europe and beyond. All players in this arena are involved: governmental bodies, public sector, businesses, SMEs, international organisations and civil society.
This workshop will offer a forum for international good practice sharing, with a special focus on Central and Eastern Europe. Main eGovernment actors from Central and Eastern Europe will be able to discuss issues of eGovernment dissemination and progress across the region, with a special focus on aspects of eInclusion.
CHI 2006 is the premier international conference for human-computer interaction.
As an annual international conference in Pacific Asia region, DASFAA 2006 is an international forum for academic exchanges and technical discussions among researchers, developers and users of databases from academia, business and industry. The conference will promote research and development activities in database field among participants and their institutions from Pacific Asia and the world as well.
The annual European Conference on Information Retrieval (ECIR 2006) is the main European forum for the presentation of new research results in the field of Information Retrieval. The conference encourages the submission of high quality research papers reporting original, previously unpublished results.