EaPEC 2019: 25-26 September, Yerevan, Armenia
You are invited to register for the 4th Eastern Partnership E-infrastructures Conference, EaPEC 2019, which will be held in the Matenadaran Museum of ancient manuscripts in Yerevan, Armenia on 25-26 September. Where better to explore the conference theme, ‘Connecting with Culture’?
Policy makers, research managers and experts on networking, cultural heritage, and high-performance computing for research and education are invited to participate, along with anyone interested in exploring the conference topics; “e-Infrastructure Applications, Open Science, Cybersecurity, Machine Learning and AI, Cloud or IaaS, Digital Libraries & Cultural Heritage Digitisation, e-Science”.
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What is the conference about?
EaPEC 2019 will include a keynote presentation by Erik Huizer, CEO of GÉANT, panel discussions on ‘The Evolving Cybersecurity Landscape’ and on ‘Ethics in AI’, Lightning Talks, and Enlighten Your Research awards and presentations. Workshops and sessions will explore ‘Satellite-Based Research & Geo-Science’, ‘Connecting with Culture’, ‘The European Open Science Cloud’, ‘Machine Learning and AI’, and ‘EC-Funded Research’.
Eastern Partnership E-infrastructure Conferences
The Eastern Partnership Connect project and its partners organise an annual Eastern Partnership E-infrastructure Conference – EaPEC.
The conference is organised as part of the EaPConnect goal to interconnect the research and education communities in the EU and Eastern Partnership countries: Armenia, Azerbaijan, Belarus, Georgia, Moldova and Ukraine.
These conferences bring together policy and decision makers, research managers, academics and educational representatives, researchers and experts on networking, cultural heritage, and high-performance computing, as well as international institutions responsible for promoting e-infrastructures, private companies and foundations. They come from the Eastern Partnership countries – Armenia, Azerbaijan, Belarus, Georgia, Moldova and Ukraine – and from other countries in Europe and beyond.
As part of the EaPConnect project’s goal to interconnect the research and education communities in the EU and Eastern Partnership regions, the EaPEC series supports community building and serves as a platform for collaboration on policy and research.