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Prime Minister visits CIT

08 November 2008
Cees Sterks and Prime Minister Balkenende
Cees Sterks and Prime Minister Balkenende
In the framework of a working visit Prime Minister Balkenende visited, on his own request, the CIT on wednesday, november 8, 2008. Because it was an informal viste, there was not much advance publicity.
The Prime Minister at the exit of the Reality Center
The Prime Minister at the exit of the Reality Center
During a presentation, the prime minister was informed about some innovative ICT projects in which the CIT is involved: Wireless Groningen, LOFAR and TARGET. Then the Prime Minister attended a demonstration in the Virutal Reality Center of the CIT and a visit to the computerroom where the new supercomputer Blue Gene / P can be found. On departure, the Prime Minister that he was impressed by the facilities and activities that took place in CIT.
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