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Future Internet Forum – Kilkenny Castle – 1st June

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The TSSG will host, on behalf of the IFIF,  the 3rd Future Internet Forum at Kilkenny Castle on June 1st. The Future Internet is one of the key research areas for Europe and is also identified by SFI as one of their 4 core ICT research areas. This conference will support knowledge sharing between Irish policy makers, funding agencies, industrial players and academic researchers. In doing so, this Forum will address the challenges and, more importantly, the opportunities associated with the emerging Future Internet. Two of the key themes for this years conference is Identity and Privacy in a digital world. We are delighted to have a number of world expert speakers including:

Kim Cameron – Chief Architect of Identity in the Identity and Access Division at Microsoft.
http://www.identityblog.com/?p=360 (blog)

Malcolm Crompton – Previous Federal Privacy Commissioner of Australia and current Director of  the International Association of Privacy Professionals  (view blog)
http://www.linkedin.com/in/mcrompton (LinkedIn)
http://www.openforum.com.au/blogs/malcolm-crompton (blog)

Michel Riguidel – Head of the Department of Computer Science and Networks, at ENST (Ecole Nationale Supérieure des Télécommunications)
http://www.iaria.org/speakers/MichelRiguidel.html (website)

The full agenda is attached.   Can you please circulate the information to your staff, and of course it would be great to welcome you to Kilkenny if you can attend.

Registration is via EventBrite:
http://irishfutureinternet2011.eventbrite.com/

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