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15th FRUCT Conference: Practical Information

ENPI Karelia CBC EU-Russia Year Nokia   IEEE

The conference will be held at the main building of National Research University of Information Technologies, Mechanics and Optics (ITMO)Address: St. Petersburg, Vasilievskiy island, Birzhevaya liniya, 14 (15 minutes walk from Vasileostrovskaya or Sportivnaya subway stations).

The 15th conference of the Open Innovations Association FRUCT provides an unmatched collaboration and education forum for all matters Finnish-Russian technological and educational cooperation in ICT. The conference brings together the best and brightest that the Regional communities have to offer, including core developers, administrators, end users, business executives, and operations experts - the best technical talent and the decision makers and industry experts who are involved in the community.

The conference is targeted to scale up cross-border cooperation between ICT experts and mobile developers from Russian and Finland. The conference program consists of 5 full working days. The first 2 days are reserved for trainings and intensive courses.

The main conference program starts on April 23th and continue for 3 days. The program consists of invited lectures provided by industrial and academic experts, community presentations selected from the open call and demos given by the regional groups, invited FRUCT teams and selected from the open call. The key priority of this conference is community development so a lot of attention will be given to creation of cozy environment and possibilities for social interaction.

We warmly welcome you to take part in the conference, use this opportunity to your research finding and development results, find new friends and partners, and help in development of the regional ICT research and education ecosystem. Thanks to our sponsors, all participants can enjoy free registration to the event. The conference is supported by Karelia ENPI project KA179 co-funded by the European Union, the Russian Federation and the Republic of Finland.

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