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Tuesday, Jun. 14, 2022

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EuroDIG 2022 starts in less than a week and we are so excited to meet you in Trieste and online from June 20 to 22 to discuss the future of the Internet!

If you are coming to Trieste for EuroDIG, please register immediately on the EuroDIG website. The deadline has been extended until today, but registration is absolutely necessary so that our host ICTP can process the badges which grant you entry to the conference location.

You can find information on how to get to the venue on ICTP’s website.

In the evening of Day 1 (June 21) we invite you to join us for a social evening at “Bagno del Dopolavoro Ferroviario”, which is a bathhouse by day and a music venue by night! If you can play music yourself, do get in touch with us. Food and drinks are available on a self-paying basis, but we hope that also in times of tight conference budgets, you will join us for dinner and spend a wonderful evening with the EuroDIG community!

If you are participating online, we encourage you to register as soon as possible, but registration will be open until the conference.

You can find the programme on the Wiki and on our website.

If you can and want to support EuroDIG, you can make a donation.

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