OpenForum Academy Event



On 31 January 2014, during an event organised by OpenForum Academy network in Brussels, the University of Skovde will present an overview of the EU FP7 PREFORMA project to raise an awareness of the project amongst participants.

Specifically, opportunities for small and large companies to become involved in the tender will be highlighted and discussed.


Openforum Academy (OFA, is a think tank with a broad aim to examine the paradigm shift towards openness in computing that is currently underway, and to explore how this trend is changing the role of computing in society.

OpenForum Academy is an independent programme established by OpenForum Europe. It has created a link with academia in order to provide new input and insight into the key issues which impact the openness of the IT market.


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