This year the CIT will celebrate its 55th anniversary. On Tuesday, 5 November the CIT will host the lustrum infomarket. The infomarket will give you the opportunity to meet with our teams personally and discover how our services can help you. With in-depth break-out sessions such as Game of Phones Workshop, Education Enhancement Workshop and Life’s Short. Use Data Science. With presentations from keynote spreakers Dr. Marc Esteve Del Valle and Dr. Robert Prey. Come and see how CIT is breaking new ground in Data Science, Visualisation, 5G Infrastructure, High Performance Computing and many more!
When: Tuesday 5 November 13:00 - 17:00Where: CIT Smitsborg, Nettelbosje 1, 9747 AJ Groningen
*the introduction and keynotes are in English
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