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Tuesday, May. 24, 2022

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Coming to Trieste? Register until June 12!

EuroDIG 2022 is going to offer accessible opportunities for remote participants. If you join us in Trieste, however, please make sure to register by June 12! This year, we cannot offer last-minute registration onsite, so prior registration is compulsory:

Special rates at several hotels in Trieste have been agreed on. You can find the list here, the booking code is EuroDig2022. We advise booking soon.

Remote participants can register up until the event, taking place June 20-22.

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