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NEM Summit 2013

NEM Initiative, the Networked and Electronic Media European Technology Platform, is organising the sixth edition of its main annual conference NEM Summit 2013 “Implementing Future Media Internet towards New Horizons - Maximising the global value of Content, Media and Networks” in Nantes (France) on 28-30 October 2013. Building on successful previous Summit editions, this NEM Summit will address various issues, such as research and business challenges, societal and user needs, implementation requirements, regulatory and standardisation environment, etc.. Programme of the NEM Summit 2013 will consist of a number of key notes and invited talks, an exhibition focused on presentation of research results in the NEM area achieved by various projects and organisations, Scientific and Technical Summit Tracks, an Application, Experimentation and Market Track, etc.

The NEM Summit 2013 event will feature a cutting edge exhibition to showcase and stimulate discussions of the latest findings and trends of R&D for the networked & electronic media area. After the success of the previous editions, the 6th NEM Summit is expected to gather several hundred representatives from the networked and electronic media area in Europe and worldwide, including corporations, SMEs and start-ups, research centres and institutions, industry associations and groups, and standardization bodies. It will be a key opportunity for all stakeholders to share experience and research results, identify future trends, and discuss opportunities for research collaboration (in particular under the ICT theme of FP7). The NEM summit will offer the perfect opportunity to meet partners and create consortiums for future project proposals.

NEM Summit 2013 - Call for Papers

 

More information about NEM Summit can be found on the Summit website: www.nem-summit.eu.


The NEM Summit is an annual Conference and Exhibition organised by the NEM Initiative under the aegis of the European Commission (DG Information Society and Media), supported by Sigma Orionis and Eurescom GmbH.