On Friday 16 April, CTIT organized a symposium on the occasion of its 10th anniversary.
The programme of this day was:
13.00 hrs Welcome by prof.dr. Peter M.G. Apers
13.10 hrs Prof.dr. Emile H.L. Aarts "Ambient Intelligence"
13.30 hrs D. Heylen: "Nice to meet you"
13.55 hrs R.N.J. Veldhuis: "Grip-pattern recognition for securing police guns"
14.20 hrs P.J.M. Havinga: "Uncertain, dynamic, out of control? Coordination and Cooperation in Next Generation Systems"
14.45 hrs Coffee break
15.15 hrs E-health (to be announced)
15.40 hrs G. Heijenk: "Personal Networks"
16.05 hrs Ir. Paul P. 't Hoen "ICT Beleid"
16.35 hrs Closing by prof.dr. Peter M.G. Apers
Informal drink until 18.00 hrs
To view the article in the UT-Nieuws, published on 22 April 2004, click here.