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9 February 2015
Only a few more weeks to enjoy early-bird discount for TNC15

You can enjoy a discounted rate for this year’s networking conference,TNC15, until midnight (CET) 22 February so be quick to register! Registration before this date costs €550 ex. VAT, and includes access to all sessions, demonstrations, posters, exhibits, lightning talks and social events as well as coffee and lunch breaks. After this deadline you can still register online until 5 June at a cost of €650 ex. VAT.

Proposals for lightning talks, demos, exhibits and posters are welcome until 15 April. Additional sponsors are welcome any time.

Please register! After 23 February, payment of the full fee will be required, and after 5 June only on-site registration will be possible at a fee of € 750 ex. VAT. Please note that payments may be made by credit card, bank draft or in cash. If you require supporting documentation in order to obtain a visa please contact visa enquiries.

Sponsors, exhibitors and demonstrations

If you would like to become a sponsoring partner or exhibitor, or would like to demonstrate at TNC15, please contact Gyöngyi Horváth at horvath@terena.org.

'Connected Communities'

TNC15 captures the current debate with the conference theme 'Connected Communities'. The conference provides a full programme in which a wide variety of hot topics in research and education networking will be discussed, including future education models, advanced networking infrastructures, and federation and middleware. Six high-profile keynote speakers will address hot topics in the realm of research and education networking:

Further information

TNC15 is organised by GÉANT Association and hosted by FCT-FCCN, Portugal's unit for the operation of the National Research and Education Network within the funding agency for science and research in Portugal, between 15-18 June 2015 in Porto. All information, including the full conference schedule can be found on the TNC15 website. On social media (Facebook, Twitter), you can find and join the discussion by using #TNC15.