NEM Summit 2014

Posted 21. September 2014 by Dimitra Pappa

When: 9:00, 29 Sep 2014 - 17:30, 30 Sep 2014

Venue: Brussels, Belgium

Organiser: NEM Initiative

 

 

The 2014 edition of the NEM (Networked and Electronic Media) Summit will be held on September 29-30 in Brussels, starting at the European Commission (Charlemagne building), then going on at Flagey, with a General Assembly, keynote speeches, and workshops organised by various projects and institutions.

The NEM Summit, organised every year since 2008 by the NEM Initiative in close cooperation with leading industrial and academic players worldwide, is the “not-to-be-missed” annual event for all those interested in Future Internet developments and in the fast paced evolution of the European media industry. NEM is the Horizon 2020 European Technology Platform (ETP) dedicated to content.

The very first part of the event, held at Charlemagne building will include the European Commission DG CONNECT G1 Unit (Converging media & content) Information Day. This will be followed by the NEM General Assembly at Flagey, which will gather many ICT clusters, universities, federations, associations, SMEs, and large companies.

The second day will be divided into two big parts. On the morning, the NEM technology session will be composed of interesting keynote speeches on technology, market and business trends. On the afternoon, the NEM Creativity Workshops, organised by third party projects or companies in the various rooms of Flagey, will create an opportunity for NEM participants to discover their technologies, leading the Future of Europe in the field of connected media.

Read the program: http://nem-initiative.org/nem-summit-programme/

Join the CRe-AM workshop on Tuesday, September 30: http://communities.cre-am.eu/event_calendar/view/2637/cre-am-workshop-nem-summit-2014

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