ICT 2013 promises to be huge: Already more than 5.000 people registered for this conference in Vilnius. Are you interested in ICT for health and wellbeing? To help you find your way through the hundreds of sessions and exhibition stands you can find all eHealth activities taking place in the attached flyer. And if you can't attend, you can follow many sessions via live web streaming.
Participants of ICT 2013 will be able to meet policy makers such as Commissioner Neelie Kroes, visit the investment forum, attend a hackathon, find out who wins the EU "Digital Woman of the Year" award and see what ICT and art have in common.
You can check out the program, stay informed and watch the sessions through live web streaming by visiting the ICT 2013 website or following @ict2013eu on Twitter (#ict2013eu). There also is an invitation for journalists.
ICT 2013 Apps
To consult and personalise the conference program, there is a special app for your smart phone or tablet called "Conference4me", available in your app store. ICT 2013 exhibitors can promote their stand using the "Societies Relevance App". More info here.
ICT & Art Connect: 7 on 7
The '7 on 7' event during ICT 2013 will bring 7 artists together with 7 scientists/IT experts to collaborate and discuss synergies between ICT and Art. The guiding vision is to explore novel ways to connect artists and ICT specialists during ICT 2013, and show the potential for innovation and creativity that can be achieved when ICT professionals collaborate with artists.
eHealth at ICT 2013
When you're interested in health and wellbeing, you can print out the attached flyer mentioning the relevant exhibition stands, eHealth networking sessions, the general conference session and, not to forget, the sessions on the new Horizon 2020 work program for eHealth and ageing well - presented for the first time.