Seventh International Forum on Information Technology will be held in Nizhny Novgorod region
The Nizhny Novgorod regional government will host 7th International Forum on Information Technology, IT Forum 2020/Evolution, on April 15 - 17.
This year the theme of the forum will be the evolution of information technology and engineering solutions in the public administration, health, education, industry, business and other areas in continuously changing modern world.
This large-scale event will be interesting to anyone who wants to stay abreast of the latest developments and trends in the information and communication technologies. The event will feature master classes, round tables, talk shows, debates and discussions. Participants will include leaders and specialists of the federal and regional authorities, business representatives from Russia, the CIS and foreign countries, the expert community, science and public organizations.
The forum will provide favorable conditions for a constructive dialogue, partner search and informal communication. Over three days development of technology and information projects will be demonstrated. Participants will be able to discuss the results and plans for further change in the field of the information technology, as well as propose their ideas on formation mechanisms and ways to achieve results when implementing new projects.
The number of participants increases every year. In 2013, the event brought together over 2,000 professionals from 42 regions of Russia, England, USA, Belarus, Ukraine and Sweden.
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