The 1st EMI Technical Conference

April 11 to 14, 2011, Vilnius, Lithuania

The conference has ended!

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Original Content

The first EMI Technical Conference will be organised by EMI in conjunction with the EGI User Forum, organized by, Vilnius University and LITNET, with the support of the EGI-InSPIRE project. It will be held in Vilnius, Lithuania from April 11 to 14, 2011.

The event is the first of a series and will be the occasion for all users, developers and technical experts to meet and discuss the achievements of the first year of the project and the milestones for the future. It will be the occasion for an overview of the features of the middleware so far developed and its usability by classic users.

The event will be, furthermore, the place where investigate the possibility for new users to take advantage of the middleware. A "meet the experts and developers" session will give the possibility to users from new environments and peculiar research, industrial and commercial areas to express needs in order to draw a path for a specific customized middleware able to meet particular requirements. An analysis of the middleware sustainability in the future will take place during dedicated sessions.

The event will be co-organized with, Vilnius University and LITNET in Vilnius and will take place along with the EGI User Forum in order to give the chance to users of both projects the opportunity to exchange experiences and know how and develop new collaborations. We look forward to meeting you in Vilnius!



Photo: St Annes Church in Vilnius.

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