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Take advantage of the early registration discount for the TERENA Networking Conference 2011 by registering before midnight 15 April. A discount on the conference fee is available until this time. You can register online or use a downloadable form (pdf). Information about all registration options is available.
Advance registration will still be possible from 16 April until 8 May, at full price. Desk registration at the conference venue will also be possible, from Sunday 15 May.
Information about hotels in Prague, costs and how to book is available.
TNC2011 Theme: "Enabling Communities"
Keynote speeches by renowned specialists and interactive discussions between proven experts will bring to life the theme ‘enabling communities,’ and provide participants with an overview of the latest developments in research networking, both in the technical field and in the areas of application and management. Plenary sessions will set the tone for topics explored in more detail throughout four parallel tracks: ‘future networks,’ ‘supporting collaborations and advanced applications,’ ‘communities and identities,’ and ‘digital lifestyle.’
To see how this theme has been incorporated into the conference program, please read the full online preliminary program.
TNC is the largest and most prestigious European research networking conference - over 500 participants including decision makers, networking specialists and managers from all major European networking and research organizations, universities, worldwide sister institutions and industry representatives attend. Through keynote speeches by renowned specialists and many parallel sessions, TNC presents an overview of the latest developments in research networking, both in the technical field and in the areas of application and management.