Under the patronage of
Member of the European Commission
responsible for Information Society and Media
The Internet plays a vital role both in Europe's and Luxembourg's economy as a driving force for growth and employment. At the same time new Internet services are being developed to give citizens a wider array of choices.
Hence the importance to anticipate in a timely manner the upcoming trends in the area of ICT-related services necessary to prepare the right technical, financial and political decisions.
Please join us at our conference about
Future Trends of the Internet
and the corresponding technological and regulatory challenges.
The day-long event is organized by Jean-Louis Schiltz, Minister of Communications, and Luxembourg for ICT*, in close cooperation with Prof. Thomas Engel and Latif Ladid of the University of Luxembourg.
In the course of the conference the Luxembourg IPv6 Forum will be officially launched.
The event takes place at the Centre culturel de rencontre - Neumünster Abbey (Salle A22) in Luxembourg-Grund on 28 January 2009
All presentations and discussions will be in English.
To register, please reply to: firstname.lastname@example.org
indicating the name, company and e-mail of the person(s) who will attend.
For additional information, please contact email@example.com
or telephone +352-247-82157.
For directions to Neumünster Abbey (28, rue Münster - L-2160 Luxembourg-Grund) see www.ccrn.lu/EN/renseignt.php?ID=150&LA=EN
All participants are invited to a luncheon at Neumünster Abbey.
Please feel free to share this invitation with people who might be interested in the conference.
* Luxembourg for ICT is the Government's initiative for media and communications development.