The Art of Conference Reunion: Keynotes and Keynote speakers

Will you rather invite Bill Gates as a keynote speaker – or your good, old friends?

A conference or business meeting side trip in a fancy location is half the fun when you’re alone. Food, scenery, culture and adventure are best enjoyed with friends. However, not all of your friends work in the same business. [...]

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Keystone, Colorado, USA

Keystone is an impressive destination for all kinds of conferences and meetings. As you will see on the map below, Keystone is located in the Rocky Mountains. The location is literally spoken somewhere in the middle of nowhere but this is what makes it unique for project workers who aim at combining pure nature and [...]

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Unreachability management - when time matters

This article describes a concept for controlling personal reachability while maintaining a high degree of privacy and data protection. By easy negotiation of their communication requests, people can reach others without disturbing the called partners and without compromising their own privacy. [...]

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Track your contact's travel

Did you ever wonder whether your project parters manage to have more fancy business trips than you? Well, within the scientific community, there is a tool that can help you answer the question effectively: Eventseer.net!

Until recently, Eventseer.net was just a database collecting conference calls, locations and program committee information. It was used by the researchers [...]

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