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The first EGI User Forum will take place in Vilnius, Lithuania 11–14 April 2011, hosted by the European Grid Infrastructure (EGI) and LitGrid. The User Forum will showcase the diversity of the EGI user community through daily plenaries, oral presentations, poster sessions and co-located workshops. The conference will help all members of the EGI community, from end-users to application developers, operations staff and technology providers, to share their knowledge and build collaborations.
The event is held in partnership with Vilnius University and Baltic Amadeus (BAIP), and in conjunction with the European Middleware Initiative’s first EMI Technical Conference.
Early bird fees available until 4 March. Registration for the event closes on 1 April.
Online registration is possible through the event's registration pages.
A draft programme for the event is available online. The programme includes six oral presentation tracks, posters, workshops, demonstrations of the latest applications and tools and a large exhibition area.
Confirmed keynote speakers include:
The exhibition floor at the event will feature up to 20 booths, available to hire by projects, academic institutions and other not for profit organisations for the full duration of the exhibition. The deadline for booth registration is 25 March 2011. If you would like to rent booth space at the User Forum please send an email to email@example.com.