SEMIC 2014 starts tomorrow!


The SEMIC 2014 conference offers a unique opportunity to explore how Public Administrations can use semantic technologies to make information exchange efficient and effective, allowing them to operate at lower costs and provide better services.> brings together both the experts driving the practice of semantic technologies and those who have first-hand experience of implementing these standards in cross-border e-Government applications. Among them, the e-SENS partner Henri Tudor Research Centre will address the topic of Semantic building block convergence to support e-Government in Europe.

The conference will be held in Athens on 9 April 2014, under the auspices of the Greek Presidency of the Council of the European Union in collaboration with the Greek Ministry of Administrative Reform and e-Governance.

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