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ICT Global Forum

April 22th-24th, 2009
Palazzo Re Enzo, Bologna

THE GUGLIELMO MARCONI ICT GLOBAL FORUM & EXHIBITION

Wednesday, April 22th

  • The digital challenge: no more physical barriers
  • ICT and Networks: driving the development of global economy
  • TooWay ™ satellite system applications
  • "VoIP for everyone". Networks convergence and services and applications integration for business development
  • Technologies that will change our life
Thursday, April 23th
  • ICT Security. Strategies to secure corporate networks and information
  • TLC: new business, new services and new corporate needs
  • Innovation in the Public Administration: the challenge of “dematerialization”
  • Internet governance in the future

Friday, April 24th 

  • Virtual ICT: real value. Theory, practice and impact on business of a technology that is changing the IT world 
  • Public Administration, Communication and new Technology
  • Telecom for the cultural heritage
  • Ubiquitous and connected: mobile & wireless, where are we now? From mobile phones to the new GPS generation, wimax and broadband wireless communication
  • Girl Geek Dinner Bologna
  • Is it changing? And how? Political communication through new media and digital technology

Speakers: Sergio Cofferati, Stefano Alvergna, Oddone Sangiorgi, Roberto Azzano, Gabriele Falciasecca, Guidalberto Guidi, Ennio Lucarelli, Gerardo Mombelli, Stefano Agnelli, Mario Rinaldi, Duccio Campagnoli, Riccardo Garosci, Sergio Antocicco, Dino Bortolotto, Biagio De Marchis, Sergio Rossi, Andrea Valboni, Giovanni Cancellieri, Paolo Dalla Chiara, Walter Munarini, Alessandro Abrami, Andrea Carassai, Michele Luglio, Giorgio Rosso Cicogna, Alessandro Vanelli-Coralli, Piergiorgio Menia, Roberto Casini, Kussai Shahin, Bernt Fanghol, Fabio Fonda, Gian Carlo Corazza, Felice Monaco, Alessandro Betti, Giuseppe Cason, Giuseppe Tetti, Roberto Vacca, Marco Delfino, Arne Bergby, Ozalp Babaoglu, Giorgio De Michelis, Roberto Siagri, Rodolfo Vignocchi, Marco Zamperini, Jean Paul Ballerini, Alfredo Di Gennaro, Mattia Trazzi, Maurizio Martinozzi, Maurizio Garavello, Roberto Branz, Domenico Dominoni, Guido Frabotti, Enrico Nasi, Paolo Salin, Massimo Carlotti, Antonio Baldassarra, Claudio De Falco, Dario Amata, Giuseppe Bonacina, Claudio Chiarenza, Gianluca Cristoni, Gianluca Ferré, Elio Iadevaia, Gianfranco Laganà, Stefano Pileri, Enrico Postacchini, Carlo Mochi Sismondi, Michele Amoruso, Massimiliano Bottaro, Cristiano Cafferata, Paolo Carminati, Pierangelo Felici, Andrea Valboni, Fabrizio Fujani, Gaudenzio Garavini, Maria Pia Giovannini, Manfredi Palmeri, Stefano Trumpy, Antonella G. Pizzaleo, Domenico Laforenza, Joy Marino, Rita Forsi, Vittorio Bertola, Roberto Sortino, Maurizio Lenzi, Nicola Galante, Pietro Felisi, Lorenza De Vincenzis, Massimo Galbiati, Alessandro Gencarelli, Lella Mazzoli, Michele Ficara Manganelli, Michele Morciano, Giorgio Pacifici, Giuseppe Paruolo, Filippo Renga, Massimiliano Cariola, Roberto Giacchi, Massimiliano Parini, Mauro Felicori, Angelo Guglielmi, Francesco Braschi, Francesca Alonzo, Antonella Guidazzoli, Alfredo Ronchi, Antonia Pasqua Recchia, Nadia Scardeoni, Sergio Bonora, Stefano Festa, Franco Giovani, Vincenzo Lecchi, Gianluca Mazzini

Exhibition on new technologies 

"Innovazione 2009" (Innovation 2009) Prize Award to Lepida spa e to the Farnesina web site.

 

 

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David Sarnoffsarnoff

Marconi was the creator of the present day civilization of the radio. All of those who, with spirit of initiative and perseverance, have brought us to the present stage of development have built on the foundations laid by Marconi. Everyone considered him the tutelary genius of their work.

 



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