Welcome to the Nordic Technical Workshop 2021 hosted by NORDUnet.

                                                                 REGISTRATION IS OPEN



New Venue 

Crowne Plaza


New Timing 

November/December


New Programme

All the latest

Same Great Platform for discussing, sharing, networking, inspiring, collaborating, idea generation


Event Dates

30 November - 2 December 2021

Registration Opens

1 August 2021

FEE STRUCTURE:

Normal fee - EUR 225

1 October, 2021 - 5 November, 2021

Late Bird  - EUR 300

6 November, 2021 - 25 November, 2021

Registration

Registration for the 2021 edition of the Nordic Technical Workshop (NTW)  hosted by NORDUnet is now open.

This year’s event will run from 30 November – 2 December in Copenhagen at the Crowne Plaza Hotel, Ørestad.

The progamme once again offers ample opportunities to discuss the latest Network issues;  Trust and Identity features, aspects of Security, and Operations challenges. Likewise, the Media Services are up for debate alongside a great variety of other topics relevant to the Nordic NRENs and their constituencies.


NTW2021 continues to enable social networking and informal knowledge sharing across individual technical specialist areas.


Check out the entire programme in the dedicated programme page here , and once inspired make sure to register via this form.

Due to the somewhat unsecure pandemic situation participation will be limited to a maximum of 150 people.

The programme will be further populated with detailed descriptions for the individual workshops as they become available.

About

This version of the NTW will run closely observing the development in the Corona situation. Hence restrictions on number of participants will be in place and specific registration for individual sessions will be required via the registration form.


Focusing on the actual content of the NTW it will offer sessions that deal with the topics facing the everyday work of Nordic NRENs. As NTW is much more of an interactive event compared to the traditional conference with speakers explaining about their specialty you will not necessarily find vast descriptions of a variety of individual talks in the programme. Each session will focus on a specific topic and the session chair will facilitate, moderate and delegate.