During ICT Days 2013 we will discuss innovative solutions in the field of computer science, electronics and telecommunication, the quality of cluster services, as well as the opportunities for the market in the new financial perspective 2014-2020.
The Conference will take place in Gdansk on 13-15 November 2013. The event is accompanied by meetings of clusters from Poland, Hungary, Czech Republic, Slovakia, Croatia and Turkey held in Gdansk and organized by cluster Interizon within CENTRAMO, an international European Commission project.
ICT Days 2013 is the fourth edition of the meetings between business, science and government organized by Interizon – Pomeranian ICT Cluster. The speakers and invited guests including Bogdan Dombrowski – Deputy Minister of Administration and Digitization, Dariusz Bogdan – Deputy Minister of Economy as well as representatives of The Marshal’s Office of Pomeranian Voivodeship and Pomeranian key clusters will discuss opportunities for the development of the ICT industry in Poland in the coming years.
This year, the conference is accompanied by debates between representatives of international clusters – Polish, Hungarian, Czech Republic, Slovakian, Croatian and Turkish. The main theme of meetings is to improve the quality of services provided by the cluster organizations.
A separate panel will be devoted to the possibilities of undertaking joint actions together with clusters, science parks, business incubators and other Business Support Institutions. The Conference will also provide an opportunity for business talks and establishment of cooperation by participating in the event, including ACCUS project, implemented in collaboration with Cluster Interizon, whose goal is to create an innovative system for intelligent urban management and implementation of the pilot implementation of the Tri-City.
More information: www.interizon.pl
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