Sponsored by ICST
Technically co-sponsored by CREATE-NET

The 7th International ICST Conference on Testbeds and Research Infrastructures for the Development of Networks and Communities (TridentCom 2011) will bring together technical experts and researchers from academia, industry, and government from all around the world to discuss multimedia, optical, wireless, network technologies, and business opportunities, with a TridentCom 2011 conference theme To be One-Connect and Communicate with Global Testbeds.

Prospective authors are invited to submit high quality papers in two categories: full papers and testbed practices papers reporting on all aspects of testbed network, creative environment construction, service and application, new requirements of network, new requirements for services and applications, global connection and cooperation of heterogeneous testbed, including, but not limited to:

* Wired and wireless testbed
* Ubiquitous network and sensor testbeds
* Monitoring in large scale testbeds
* Experimental facilities for large scale testbeds
* Large scale testbed federations
* Global connection and cooperation of heterogeneous testbed
* Testbed and experimental equipments
* Industrial application and integrated innovation
* Next Generation Internet testbeds
* Next Generation wireless network testbeds
* Next Generation optical network testbeds
* Testbed operation and management for user communities
* Testbed operation and management for research communities
* Testbed cooperation and integration
* Innovative measurements, methodologies, and tools
* Management network
* Business models for infrastructure budgeting and planning
* Future Internet and clean slate protocol stack testbeds
* Virtualized network and network federation testbeds
* GRID, P2P, and overlay testbeds
* End system and sensor testbeds
* Smart home, converged communication, and multimedia services testbeds
* Configurable hardware/software platforms for testbeds
* Testbed tools for interoperability, benchmarking and traffic measurements


Accepted papers will be published by undefinedSpringer in the Lecture Notes of the Institute for Computer Sciences, Social Informatics and Telecommunications Engineering
(LNICST) series. 

Cloud Computing and Applications based on Software Services

The Workshop on Software Services intends to be an open forum for academics, practitioners, and vendors, allowing them to discuss the current trends as well as scientific and technological challenges in software services.

  • Cloud computing architectures and standards
  • Cloud compliant applications
  • Cloud oriented programming and middleware
  • Cloud application portability and scalability
  • Cloud services reliability, availability, performance and monitoring
  • Cloud security
  • Automatic computing
  • Virtualization technologies
  • Service oriented computing
  • Negotiation and service-level agreements
  • Quality of services and non-functional aspects
  • Business and applications based on software services
  • Service modeling, specification, composition, discovery, monitoring
Paper submission and publication

Authors should submit extended abstracts of 3 to 6 pages using LNCS style through the submission portal: . Five types of contributions are expected relative to the above mentioned topics:

  1. Invited paper: Contributions from FP7-ICT projects
  2. Regular paper: Presenting accomplished research results
  3. Position paper: Short report and discussion of ideas, facts, situations, methods, procedures or results of scientific research
  4. Student paper:  PhD student reporting work so far
  5. Corporate paper: Enabling companies to present recent developments and applications, showcase company’s noteworthy products and services

The extended abstracts will be refereed and accepted on the basis of their scientific merit and relevance to the workshop.

Important dates

Extended abstract submissions: April 15, 2011
Authors notifications: May 9, 2011
Application for SPRERS support (details above): May 12, 2011
Applicant notification: May 16, 2011
Workshop participation: June 6-9, 2011
Invitations for full papers: June 15, 2011
Full version of the papers: July 15, 2011
Publication in the journal: September 30th, 2011
Publication in the book: December 30th, 2011


Future Internet Workshop on Research Roadmap for EU Framework 8

The EU Coordination Action Effectsplus and the Future Internet Assembly (FIA) are developing a roadmap for research into all aspects of the Future Internet. As part of this effort they are organising an Open Day / workshop on 31st March 2011. The workshop will also include the  opportunity to review contributions received to date as well as to hear new contributions to be presented at the workshop.

Date: Thursday 31st March, 10.00 AM to 4.00pm
Location: European Commission, Beaulieu 25,  room 0/S1 , Brussels

Register for this event via the following link:
Directions: see link

(Note : please ensure you bring identification with you to access the event location)

Researchers working in the field of Future Internet are invited to contribute short position papers, to be presented at the workshop, with the intention that they will shape the content and impact of the roadmap.

The roadmap will be written at a sufficiently high level so as to shape the themes of Framework Programme 8, without favouring particular methods or tools. The roadmap targets research that will be carried out over the duration of Framework 8, 2014 to 2020 and beyond. The contributions we solicit will present a good future vision, recognition of major changes in the use and application of technology, recognition of significant obstacles and challenges, and potential solutions.

The contributions are expected to not exceed three (3) A4 pages, and will address, in order, the following four issues/questions [These are standard headings which must be used]:

What changes will occur? Describe the broader social and other changes that research into the future internet will need to take into account here. Indicate the timescale of these changes

Which positive outcomes can be brought about by the use of technology? Discuss how you imagine the world will be as a result of the changes and advances that will have occurred; what impact will we be able to have? When will we have that impact?

Discuss the difficult problems (broader, technical, …) that have to be addressed satisfactorily in order to handle the changes and realise the vision.

What’s the answer? Which new approaches/technologies/… will likely be most useful in addressing the gaps and challenges? What research needs will emerge as we try to build such solutions? What are the steps to developing the solutions?

These contributions will be synthesised and published as part of the research roadmap. Contributors will present their ideas and discuss them at the Open Day in Brussels. 

Written contributions to the roadmap should be send your written contributions by 20th March 2011 in Microsoft Word .doc format to Nick Papanikolaou (HP Labs) –

Contributions should include the contributors name, institution and email address, and include four sections under the following headings

Title of Contribution & Research Area

1.       Changes
2.       Vision
3.       Challenges
4.       Solutions

for more information please see undefined 

Effectsplus 1st kick off Trust and Security Clustering Meeting

Effectsplus will have its kick-off clustering event March 29th and 30th 2011, Diamant conference and business centre, Brussels.

The initial clusters being created are as follows:  

Technical Clusters

  • Services and Clouds Cluster
  • Systems and Networks Cluster

Non-Technical Cluster

  • Networking and Coordination Cluster


Registration for the event and initial Agenda can be seen on at the following link : undefined

Deadline for Registration March 22nd 2011.

Benefit for Trust and Security project attendees to the Clustering Meeting.

  • Project representatives will have actively contributed towards shaping the objectives, tasks and outputs from the clusters from the very start. Participation will ensure that their project maximizes the possible tangible outputs that can be obtained via their involvement.
  • Projects will have actively contributed towards the FIA research roadmap and its contribution towards FP8.
  • Collaboration with other T&S projects, to identify and to avail of joint workshop opportunities.
  • Tangible outputs such as high quality collaborative papers: initial planning on possible paper collaborations to submit to suitable conferences, creation of links, next steps and plans for completion.
  • Increased dissemination of their project activities.
  • Identification of issues, better networking, which in turn could lead to future proposal opportunities within this space.

Future Internet Assembly, Poznan

24-26 October, Poznan, Poland

The second Future Internet Assembly in 2011 will be held in Poznan, Poland during the Polish presidency in the second half of 2011.

More information will be published when available on this site.

Related News:
 Future Internet Assembly, Budapest - 18 May 2011


Future Internet Assembly, Budapest

18-19 May 2011, Budapest, Hungary

The Future Internet Assembly (FIA) will be held as part of the Future Internet Week on 18-19 May 2011 in Budapest, Hungary. The FIA is a bi-annual event.

It will be preceeded by the Future Internet Conference, which is an annual one-day conference.

Related News:
 Future Internet Assembly, Poznan - 24 October 2011


Future Internet Week

16-19 May 2011, Budapest, Hungary

To accomplish the goals of the EU 2020 Strategy and its flagship initiatives, Innovation Union and Digital Agenda, we need advanced communication infrastructures, information technologies, smart applications and services that should be based on a new generation of networks, on the Internet of the Future.

The events of the Future Internet Week in Budapest, Hungary will investigate the policy, technological, and socio-economic aspects of the Future Internet involving many participants from the industry, academia as well as stakeholders from the European Commission and from the Member States.

The Future Internet Week is composed of several distinct conferences and events:

16 May, 2011, FIRE Event
16 May, 2011, Internet of Things Conference
17 May, 2011, Future Internet Conference
18-19 May, 2011, Future Internet Assembly
18 May, 2011, Future Internet Forum
(TBA), ENoLL Event
(TBA), ceFIMS Workshop




ONIT workshop

The 3rd IEEE International Open NGN and IMS Testbeds Workshop (ONIT 2011) – "Next Generation Networks Evolution Towards Future Internet", held in conjunction with COMPSAC, the IEEE Signature Conference on Computers, Software, and Applications.

COMPSAC 2011 will be held in Munich, Germany, July 18-22, 2011, Prof. T. Magedanz, TU Berlin/Fraunhofer FOKUS is TPC member, call for Papers:


Workshop: “Identifying Enabling Technologies for Future Internet Experimentation”



Flexible testing and experimentation environments are needed for the evaluation of new technologies, systems and business models in the area of Future Internet. Worldwide, the industry and academia are working on deployments of such infrastructures that exhibit properties anticipated by the Future Internet. Open testbeds are becoming state of the art, allowing shared access and usage of resources, as well as controlled extensibility. However, many challenges remain to be addressed in order to provide easily usable and widely acceptable testing and experimentation infrastructures. The solutions for this issues promise significant advances in research and development. In particular, some of the open issues are related to the concept of federation of testbeds as an enabler for resource sharing and reuse of resources.


The workshop will gather experts from the area of Future Internet Research interested in the construction and deployment of testing and experimentation platforms for future networks and services, as well as experts interested in using such infrastructures to evaluate new technologies and systems. Since the area of discourse is quite wide the workshop will focus on a limited number of topics without excluding new and innovative new topics that might be of interest. In particular, the workshop will focus on:

• Network and service resource description
• Service delivery
• Resource virtualisation
• Network and service overlays
• Tools for management and monitoring

The workshop will be an adjunct to the International Conference on Telecommunications and Multimedia (TEMU) on Friday 16 July 2010 and will feature presentations of the latest results of EC funded projects in the area of FIRE (Future Internet Research and Experimentation) such as VITAL++, PII, Self-NET, EFIPSANS and others.


Wolfgang Brandstätter, Telekom Austria
Anastasius Gavras, Eurescom GmbH
Spyros Denazis, Univ. of Patras
Nancy Alostinioti, Univ. of Athens
Ranganai Chaparadza, Fraunhofer FOKUS


Future Internet Assembly, Ghent 2010

16-17 December 2010, Ghent, Belgium

The Future Internet Assembly (FIA) in Ghent will feature keynote speaker Ben Verwaayen, CEO Alcatel-Lucent. There will be ample scope for discussion on technical and non-technical issues of the developments of the Future Internet.

The FIA will again convene hundreds of European researchers of the 100+ projects. It will give opportunity to discuss the first steps of the Public Private Partnership on Future Internet.

The Future Internet Assembly in Ghent, Belgium (December 16-17th) will be held as part of the Future Internet conference week.

More information will be available through this site and at


Future Internet Conference Week

13-17 December 2010, Ghent, Belgium

In order to develop a comprehensive approach to the digital society and economy not only governments, but also industries and research communities need to join forces and interact to ensure maximum cross-fertilization.

The “Future Internet Conference Week” will therefore offer a program of back-to-back conferences, meetings and workshops related to the different topics of interest to the organizations involved and their stakeholders.

2500 participants from all over Europe are expected to attend these activities, including keynote speakers such as Ben Verwaayen (CEO Alcatel-Lucent).


Future Network & Mobile Summit 2010

16-18 June 2010, Florence, Italy

Future Network & MobileSummit 2010 (previously ICT-MobileSummit) is the nineteenth in a series of Annual Conferences supported by the European Commission, which regularly attracts over 600 delegates from industry and research to share experiences and research results, identify future trends, discuss business opportunities and identify opportunities for international research collaboration under the ICT Theme of Framework Programme 7 (FP7). It will thus contribute to showcasing European research in the field, and position it within the multiplicity of related initiatives supported in other regions of the world.  

Future Network & MobileSummit 2010 will address all the challenges of building the Future Internet, which will be based on mobile, wireless and fixed broadband communications infrastructures. It showcases European research in the field, and positions it within the multiplicity of related initiatives supported in other regions of the world.  

The Scientific Programme incorporates all the key constituents of Future Communication Networks including the themes Radio Access and Spectrum, Converged and Optical Networks, and Future Internet Technologies.  

Supported by the European Commission and eMobility, the Future Network & MobileSummit's reputation is based on high quality networking, plenary sessions that discuss strategic issues in core thematic areas, and paper sessions that showcase original results in all areas of mobile, wireless and fixed broadband communications systems and networks.

While European funded research results are of particular interest, innovative research funded commercially or at national level is equally interesting from a community perspective. The participation of representatives of leading commercial, research and regulatory organizations in the Conference Community ensures a stimulating and high quality networking environment.

Future Network and MobileSummit 2010 is Technically Co-Sponsored by IEEE Italy Section, IEEE Italy Communications Chapter and IEEE Italy Computer Chapter.  

Call for Papers

Important Deadlines:
Submission deadline for full papers: 08 December 2009
Acceptance decision: 08 February 2010
Final Paper Submission: 08 March 2010  

Core Thematic Priorities for Future Network & MobileSummit 2010

Radio Access and Spectrum
- Next-generation Radio System Architectures and Protocols
- Cooperative Wireless Networking
- Advanced Physical Layer Techniques
- Cognitive and Reconfigurable Radio Systems
- Radio Spectral Coexistence and Future Frequency Bands
- Radio Network and Terminal Self-configuration and -management  

Converged and Optical Networks
- WDM and long-reach Passive Optical Networks
- Mobile Access Networks based on Free-space Optical Technology including Infrared and Visible Light
- Next-generation Active Optical (P2P) Networks
- Gigabit Home and In-Building Networks
- Fixed-mobile Convergence including Infrastructure Convergence, Centralisation in Radio-over-fibre, Femto-cells and Supporting Solutions  

Future Internet Technologies
- Future Internet Architecture and Protocol Design
- Scalable Architectures for the Real World Internet
- Future Internet Self-Management Frameworks
- Network Overlay, Virtualisation and Federation
- Future Internet Experimental Facilities and Benchmarking
- Platforms and Middleware for Seamless Service and Content Delivery
- Security, Trust and Privacy in the Future Internet  

More information is available at 

We kindly ask you to forward this Call for Papers to your colleagues in research and/or industry interested in these topics.  

We look forward to receiving your paper submissions online via 

Future Network & MobileSummit 2010 Technical Program Committee

General Chairman: Roberto SARACCO (Telecom Italia, Italy)
Technical Program Chair: Marco LUISE (University of Pisa, Italy)
Technical Program Tracks Co-Chairs: Franco CALLEGATI (University of Bologna, Italy), George POLYZOS (Athens University of Economics and Business, Greece), Jossy SAYIR (University of Cambridge, UK)
Publicity Chair: Jordi PEREZ-ROMERO (Technical University of  Catalunya - UPC, Spain)

Future Network & MobileSummit  2010 Organising Committee
Conference Secretariat: secretariat(at)


First European Summit on the Future Internet

2-3 June 2010, Luxembourg

Luxembourg Chamber of Commerce
7 Rue Alcide de Gasperi, Luxembourg Kirchberg

EU Summit FI Web Site:

Please note: Limited attendance - registration deadline 15 May 2010!


2 June
09.30 – 09.40      Welcome

Pierre Gramegna, Director General Luxembourg Chamber of Commerce

Rolf Tarrach, Rector of University of Luxembourg


09.40 – 11.00       Opening – European Policies on Future Internet
Moderator: Björn Ottersten, Director SnT, University of Luxembourg

Paul Helminger, Mayor of Luxembourg City
Marcel Gross, CEO P&T Luxembourg
Martin Halliwell, President & CEO of SES Engineering
Viviane Reding, Vice-President European Commission (Video message)
Zoran Stančič, Deputy Director General, DG-INFSO, EC
François Biltgen, Luxembourg Minister for Higher Education and Research

11.00 – 11.30      Coffee break


11.30 – 12.30      Keynote Addresses
Reinhard Posch, CIO-Government of Austria,  “Security, Trust and Privacy – The Key Challenges of the Future Internet”
Jeff Burke, Center for Embedded Networked Sensing (CENS), USA

12.30 – 14.00      Lunch Break

14.00 – 17.30      Future Internet: Which Perspectives?
Moderator: Joao Schwarz da Silva, Research Fellow, SnT, University of Luxembourg

Mário Campolargo, Director, DG-INFSO, EC  
Lutz Heuser, Vice President , SAP, Germany
Roberto Saracco, Director of the Future Centre, Telecom Italia, Italy
Rudy Lauwereins, Vice President Smart Systems Technology Office, IMEC, Belgium
15.30 – 16.00      Coffee break
Heikki Huomo, Director, Center for Internet Intelligence, Finland
Laurent Herault - Director, STP, CEA-LETI, France

17.30 – 18.00      Panel Discussion with Speakers 

18.00 – 19.30      Reception hosted by Luxembourg Chamber of Commerce 

3 June 2010

08.30 – 13.00      The Smart Infrastructures of Tomorrow

Moderator: Latif Ladid, Senior Research, SnT, University of Luxembourg  

Smart Luxembourg: Thomas Engel, Vice-Director SnT, University of Luxembourg
Smart Europe: David Kennedy, Director Eurescom
Smart Grids: Lauri Oksanen, Head Research and Development, Nokia Siemens Networks
Smart Amsterdam: Dirk van der Woude, City of Amsterdam
Smart Barcelona: Joan Batlle, Ajuntament de Barcelona
10.00 – 10.30      Coffee Break
Smart Urban Developments: Graça Carvalho, Office of the CTO, Cisco
Smart Health: Alberto Gascón, CEO Atos Consulting ISAM
Smart Energy: Danny Goderis, VP Bell Labs, Benelux
Smart Cities: Christophe Meyer, ThereSIS Research and Innovation Center, Thales Security Solutions
Smart Home: Willem Jonker, Vice President, Lifestyle Programme, Philips Research
Current UK activities in public-sector digital infrastructure: Maurizio Pilu, Technology Strategy Board, UK
Smart Planet: Jan Camenisch, IBM Research, Zurich

13.00 – 14.00      Lunch Break

14.00 – 18.30      Enabling Technologies
Moderator: Joao Schwarz da Silva, Research Fellow, SnT, University of Luxembourg  

Sensors and actuators: Adam Dunkels, SICS
Short range wireless: Stefan Arbanowski, Head of Competence Center Future Applications and Media, Fraunhofer FOKUS  
Cognitive Radio: Liesbet Van Der Perre, IMEC
Wireless Networks; Rahim Tafazolli, Univ. Surrey
Cloud computing: Ignacio M. Llorente, UCM
Distributed Search Engines: Dimitrios Tzovaras, Informatics and Telematics Institute
Service architectures: Paolo Traverso, Director, FBK  
Rich Approaches to Service Discovery on the Web: John Domingue, Open Unversity
16.00 – 16.30      Coffee Break
Security, Reliability and Trust, Thomas Engel, Vice-director SnT, University of Luxembourg
Network architectures and protocols: Daniel Kofman, ENST, CTO RAD
Internet of Things: Mirko Presser, Alexandra Institute
Data Mining and search: Nozha Boujemaa, Director of Research INRIA
Mass Information Modelling: Radoslav Piesiewicz, Director of R&D: ICT Development at Wroclaw Research Center EIT+
Content Handling: Christophe Diot, CTO, Technicolor
3D Media Internet: Thorsten Herfet, Director Intel Visual Computing Institute

18.30                     Closing, Björn Ottersten, Director SnT, University of Luxembourg

Looking forward to welcoming you in Luxembourg

Organising Committee:

Bjorn Ottersten
Professor, Director SnT  

Thomas Engel
Professor, Vice-Director SnT               

Joao Schwarz da Silva
Research Fellow, SNT

Latif Ladid
Senior Research, SNT

SnT: Security & Trust
University of Luxembourg

University of Luxembourg                F202, Campus Kirchberg
6, rue Richard Coudenhove-Kalergi       6, rue Richard Coudenhove-Kalergi
L-1359 Luxembourg-Kirchberg             Luxembourg


TridentCom 2010 Call for Participation

18-20 May 2010, Berlin, Germany

TridentCom 2010, this year’s biggest international testbed conference, is devoted to “Testbeds and Experimental Facilities for the Future Internet”. It will take place in the vibrant city of Berlin, Germany, from 18 to 20 May 2010. TridentCom 2010 will provide a forum to explore existing and planned testbed concepts, infrastructures, and tools to address the research and business challenges of ICT convergence.

The three-day event features 5 keynotes about the German G-Lab, the European FIRE initiative, the US GENI programme and the Japanese New Generation Network project framework, 4 tutorials, 41 papers from 20 countries presented in 11 technical sessions.

Session topics include:

  • Federated and large scale testbeds
  • Future Internet testbeds
  • Future wireless testbeds
  • Federated and large scale testbeds
  • Monitoring in large scale testbeds

In addition, posters from the German G-Lab projects, European FIRE projects and other running projects will give practical insights about ongoing Future Internet research. A panel comprising major industry and academic players will discuss distinguished issues of Future Internet experimentation.

Don't miss this unique opportunity to get insights on Future Internet testbeds by the world’s leading ICT testbed experts. Further information about the detailed conference program as well as the online registration is now available on the TridentCom website at

Early Bird registration deadline will be Sunday, 18 April, 2010!!

We hope to see you in the vibrant city of Berlin in May,

T. Magedanz (General Chair)
J. Chase, A. Gavras, N. H. Thanh (Technical Co-Chairs)


The Future Internet Assembly (FIA) Workshop 2010, 15-16 April 2010, Valencia, Spain 

Side Event of the 4th EU Conference on the Seventh Framework Programme

The Future Internet Assembly - FIA groups 100 projects who subscribed to the Bled Declaration. They agreed to coordinate their R&D activities to foster a strong European footprint on Future Internet. More than Euro 650 million are invested by the participants and by the European Commission to make this happen. FIA mobilises a community of some 400 experts active in shaping the European Future Internet vision.  

What is FIA'10 Workshop in Valencia about?
FIA'09 Stockholm will bring together about 400 stakeholders in the Future Internet developments from policy makers, industry and academia, coming from mainly from EU member countries and abroad. FIA'10 is now clearly positioned as "the" European Future Internet Research and Innovation conference. What makes it attractive is the mix of policy makers, industry and academia, debating research and innovation strategies and then best way forward for a stronger European position in Future Internet developments.  

Why is FIA'10 Workshop in Valencia different from previous FIA meetings?
Bled in March 2008 was the early start of the Future Internet Assembly. Ad-hoc enthusiasm to start something new gave quickly way to plans and strategy how to steer this growing community as discussed in the Madrid, Prague and Stockholm workshops, and to capitalise on its knowledge and strength which grew throughout 2008 and 2009 by 50% to now 100 projects. The Valencia workshop will profit from the years of previous work, attract a lot more attendees "Bigger, faster and Better" and will have this time a specific international dimension.  

Why is it important for Future Internet stakeholders to participate?
Because we are still at the beginning. There is more to come, coming FP7 calls will deliver another set of activities working on Future Internet problematic. Beyond that, the work programme for the years to come has to be prepared and plans for a Future Internet Public- Private Partnership are in the making.  

How can one participate?
We look forward to an undivided commitment of the EU research community, such that our massive European support to the Future Internet can bear fruit, and notably through the FIA process!


4th EU Conference on the Seventh Framework Programme, 13-14 April 2010, Valencia, Spain 



The European Economic Recovery Plan seeks a new deal on vital new and traditional industrial sectors in order to foster economic growth and creation of employment, as well as maintaining our high standards of quality of life. Knowledge, technology, innovation and new markets have complementary roles for reaching these goals.

The Conference “The European Framework Programmes: From Economic Recovery to Sustainability” will be the key public event in launching a series of new Public Private Partnerships (PPPs) as cornerstone of the smart investments of the European Economic Recovery Plan:  

  • Factories of the Future (FoF)
  • Energy Efficient Buildings (EeB)
  • Green Cars (GCI)
  • Future Internet (FI)

The Conference will be the core of the “FP7: EUROPEAN INNOVATION AND RTD TRANSFORMING SECTORS’ WEEK”, whose venue will be the city of Valencia. April 13th will be devoted to "Energy Efficient Building (EeB)" PPP and "Factories of the Future (FoF)" PPP, and April 14th will cover "Green Car (GC)" PPP and "Future Internet (FI)" PPP. Side events within the week include meetings of E2B Association and EFFRA on April 12th, the 4th Future Internet Assembly on April 15th and 16th and other co-located events organized together with the European Commission.

Open Constituency Building EVENT - Future internet PPP, Nice 12 March 2010. 

Published on 01 February 2010

The European Commission invites you to the Open Constituency Building event on the Future Internet Public-Private-Partnership (PPP) to be held in Nice on 12 March 2010. This open event aims at raising awareness among all interested stakeholders about the concepts, focus, structure and implementation plans of the Public-Private-Partnership.

Your active participation is more than needed!! 

If you want to make a presentation at the event, send your contribution before 28 February 2010 eob.

You can find further information about the agenda of the event, the registration and the way to send your contribution at the URL: from Saturday 30/01/2010).

Due to capacity limitations of the venue the EC kindly ask you to register as soon as possible for logistic reasons.