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Indo-Norwegian workshop on ICT in Hyderabad

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The plan is to follow up through joint calls for proposals of research- and innovationprojects in the identified areas later.  

If you are interested in participating, please contact Torbjørn Svendsen NTNU

Draft programme

21 June
12:00-13:00 Opening ceremony

13:00-15:00 Opening session: General speakers from government, research council, research institutions/universities and companies (if any) on Indo-Norwegian collaboration and ICT

15:30-16:30 Big data and Machine learning:

  • General introduction
  • Presentations from participants
  • Plenary discussion

22 June
9:30-10:30 Internet of Things:

  • General introduction
  • Presentations from participants
  • Plenary discussion

11:00-12:00 Smart systems:

  • General introduction
  • Presentations from participants
  • Plenary discussion

12:00 – 13:00 Lunch

13:00 – 14:00 ICT and society:

  • General introduction
  • Presentations from participants
  • Plenary discussion

14:30 – 16:00 ”Business-to-business” session

16:00 – 17:00 The way forward: Presentations (joint?) by the funding agencies regarding the plans ahead, possibilities for funding for joint research projects, pilots, support for application proposals for e.g. joint EU applications, etc.   

23 June
Institutional visits

 

 

 

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