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Announcement -  Papers due 29 February: eChallenges e-2008

eChallenges e-2008 is the 18th in the annual conference series; eChallenges e-2007 attracted almost 680 delegates from 53 countries.
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Paper submissions for the eChallenges e-2008 Conference and Exhibition, taking place in Stockholm, Sweden from 22-24 October, are due 29 February.
Extended abstracts for technical papers, visionary papers, business and government case studies as well as workshop proposals are welcome.

Related themes and suggestions for papers and sessions are outlined in the Call for Papers.

eChallenges e-2008 will focus on applied ICT research topics addressing major societal and economic challenges.

The program will combine strategic keynote presentations, technical and policy papers, case studies, workshops, an exhibition and social activities.

The conference will showcase results from projects funded at national and regional level as well as those funded by European Commission Research Programs.


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