Welcome to the 30th NORDUnet Conference 18-20 September, 2018 - we're ready to accept your registration!
NB NB NB - Make sure to book your hotel room for NDN2018 as soon as possible. Some hotels are almost fully booked and a number of the official Conference bookings are close to expire. You can check hotel status here.
Call for Lightning Talks – The 15 August 2018 deadline has been extended to 31 August
The NORDUnet2018 Programme Committee invites you to submit a proposal for a Lightning Talk.
Lightning talks are five-minute presentations focusing on a single key point; this can be an idea, a successful project, a cautionary tale, an invitation to join a collaboration, etc. These brief talks are intended to grab the attention of the audience without the burden of background history, business-case justification, or lengthy explanations.
This format is ideal for those who want feedback on an idea or preliminary results. It is also an ideal forum for first-time speakers to dip their toe in the water.
If slides are used (with emphasis on "if), they should be clear without too much text. The maximum number of slides is normally two or three.
Use this link to submit a Lightning Talk proposal.
If you have any questions, please contact Jacqueline Brown
The NORDUnet conference again offers rooms to co-locate your workshop, status meeting, project task force gathering, around the conference dates (18-20th September, 2018th). Feel free to reach out as soon as possible to arrange for appropriate meeting room. Email to Susanne Michelsen.
30 years young!
Welcome to the 30th NORDUnet conference. DeIC and NORDUnet welcome you to a conference that has evolved from a one-track meeting to a three-track conference complete with side-meetings and professional facilitation of sessions, etc. An interesting history of infrastructure to be told and continued in historical settings.
Come join us in the Danish city of Elsinore which tells the story of Prince Hamlet, and the not so flattering story of the "Sound toll" that the Danish king Erik VII imposed in 1429 on all ships passing by Kronborg Castle. In 2018 no such toll exists anymore. You are free to sail the waters, and the 30-minute crossing to and from Sweden brings life and efficiency to the city connecting the two countries. For those who fly in to Copenhagen airport it is just a matter of getting onto the right platform, board the train that heads directly to Elsinore, sit down and relax and enjoy the beautiful landscape that passes by.