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Industrial Track

The Industrial Track is an excellent vehicle for companies to advertise and promote their innovative products and services, connect with other companies and engage in discussions about research and development initiatives.

The Industrial Track to be held in Rome is focused on computer vision, computer graphics and information visualization.

This event is held in parallel with a related conference, namely VISIGRAPP, attracting more than 500 researchers from more than 60 countries in all continents, creating opportunities for knowledge and technology sharing, and facilitating future collaboration networks involving industrial project partners and interested conference delegates.

Furthermore, a parallel satellite event is being organized to attract European Projects and to stimulate discussions around the new European Framework for supporting R&D, Horizon 2020, which will include the participation of representatives from the European Commission.

The Industrial Track will include the following forms of participation:

  • Lease of a booth (2x2m with a table and chair) for distributing information or for demonstration purposes, which will be free of charge with the registration at the conference of at least one representative of the Company
  • Poster Display
  • Presentation/Demonstration of project results either orally or in other formats
  • Organization of a special session, workshop or a panel/round-table, focused on the company projects and topics of research
  • Tutorial
  • Company Presentation

Industrial Track proposals are accepted until:

October 12, 2015


If you wish to receive more information about how to participate in the Industrial Track please kindly fill out and submit this Expression of Interest form.


Industrial Track Chair
Domenico Vitulano, Consiglio Nazionale delle Ricerche, Italy

February 29
12:00 – 13:15 Room Auditorium

Panel Title: Breaking the Wall between Public Research and Industry
Participants:
  • Maurizio Ceseri, Italian National Research Council, Italy
    "Integrating European Networks of Mathematical Technologies for Innovation and Industry: EU-Maths-IN and Sportello Matematico."

  • Andrea Santinelli, CrestOptics s.r.l, Italy

  • Carlo Simotti, ATEN IS, Italy
    "An Example of Network of High Technology SMEs"

  • Christian Eitzinger, PROFACTOR GmbH, Austria
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