Europe’s leading e-infrastructures invite all researchers, developers and service providers to participate to the second edition of Digital Infrastructures for Research conference, which will be held this year in Brussels, Belgium, at the Square meeting center, from 30 November
Wieliczka Salt Mine or "Kopalnia soli Wieliczka" was built in the 13th century and it is one of the world's oldest salt mines still in operation until 2007.
Wawel is an architectural ensemble consisting of many impressive buildings and fortifications in Krakow - the largest and best known are the Royal Castle and the Wawel cathedral.
The Digital Infrastructures for Research 2016 (28-30 September, Kraków) is the first user-focused conference jointly organised by Europe's leading e-infrastructures and projects.
The "Pączki" or Polish doughnut is one of the most traditional Polish dessert available since the time of King Augustus III of Poland in the early 18th century. Pączki are deep-fried pieces of dough shaped into flattened spheres and filled with confiture or other sweet filling.
Krakow is one of the oldest cities in Poland and a historic and visual gem. Krakow offers visitors a special atmosphere of its own and plenty of art, history and leisure activities. It’s no surprise that the city was named European Capital of Culture in 2000.
The Digital Infrastructures for Research 2016 (28-30 September, Kraków) is the first user-focused conference jointly organised by Europe's leading e-infrastructures and projects. Registration for the event is now open.
The deadline to submit abstracts to the first Digital Infrastructures for Research conference has been extended until 10 June.
If you are a researcher, this is your opportunity to present your computing requirements to all leading e-infrastructures and projects.