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KIT Department of Informatics joins Informatics Europe

Informatics Europe is pleased to announce that the Department of Informatics of the Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT), Germany, joined Informatics Europe in January.

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University of Cambridge joins Informatics Europe

Informatics Europe is happy to welcome the Computer Laboratory, Faculty of Computer Science and Technology of the University of Cambridge, as a new member.

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New Membership Fees as of 1 January 2016

As of 1 January 2016, a new membership fee scheme will apply within Informatics Europe.

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Bebras wins Informatics Europe 2015 Best Practices in Education Award

 

The winner of the Informatics Europe 2015 Best Practices in Education Award announced during ECSS 2015, Vienna, Austria is the Bebras "International Challenge on Informatics and Computational Thinking". 

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New President, new Executive Committee and New Board Members elected


Informatics Europe welcomes Lynda Hardman as new President of the Board, along with seven newly elected Board members.

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ECSS 2015 - One Month to Go!

ECSS 2015, October 12-14, in Vienna, is less than a month away. Register today to take advantage of the early bird registration fee.

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New Members for Informatics Europe

Since the beginning of the year, eight new members joined Informatics Europe. We are proud and happy to welcome:

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ECSS 2015: Pre-Summit Workshop on MOOCs

One day prior to the 2015 European Computer Sciences Summit (ECSS), on Monday, October 12, 2015, a special Pre-Summit Workshop will take place gathering practitioners interested in experiences and best practices in MOOCs and MOOC-related contexts.

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ECSS 2015: Pre-Summit Workshop for Deans and Department Chairs

With the expansion of Informatics and its growing pervasiveness in other disciplines and society in general, Department Chairs and Deans in Informatics face ever-increasing challenges.

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