9th IT STAR WS on ICT Strategies and Applications

Friday, 16 October 2015
Venue: Hotel IBIS Warszawa Stare Miasto (Old Town)
Registration desk open from 08.30

09.00 Opening and Setting the Scene – Keynotes
E-skills and e-leadership for the digital scenario
Bruno Lamborghini, EITO Chairman and AICA President
From Smart Items to successful business models – value adding applications with the Internet of ThingsSlides
Martin Przewloka, Senior Vice President, SAP SE
Digital competences – do we appreciate their role and importance?Slides
Włodzimierz Marciński, Plenipotentiary of the Polish Minister for digital competences in Administration

11.00 Coffee

11.30 Topic I. National Strategies, Policies and Action Plans
Smart City strategy in HungarySlides
Kálmán Kovács (Budapest TU)
Bulgarian ICT National Policy and StrategySlides
Kiril Boyanov, Ivan Dimov, Blagovest Sendov (BAS)
Lithuanian National Digital Coalition: Purposes, Possibilities and Opportunities for Digital JobsSlides
Renata Danielienė, Eugenijus Telešius (ECDL Lithuania)

13.00 Lunch break

14.00 Topic II. Industry, Innovation and Take-up
EU ICT in a Venetian Mirror
Waclaw Iszkowski, President, Polish Chamber of Information Technology and Telecommunications
GoSwift Queue Management ServiceSlides
Jaan Oruaas, Madis Sassiad, Sébastien Mure (GoSwift)

15.00 Coffee

15.30 Topic III. Skills and e-Leadership

e-CFPlus SystemSlides
Roberto Bellini (AICA)
Coding for Children: an Initiative of the Austrian Computer Society (OCG)Slides
Ronald Bieber (OCG)
Procedural Reasoning and Programming for Kids: AICA’s „LOGIC“ initiativeSlides
Pierfranco Ravotto, Giuseppe Albano (AICA, ANFOR)

17.00 Closing