TNC22 will be hosted by GARR, the Italian Research and Education Network, and will take place in Trieste, Italy from June 13-17, 2022.
Navigating the Unexplored
You are invited to navigate the unexplored with us in Trieste! Throughout the centuries, Trieste has been the departure point for many explorations and expeditions. It is also renowned for its historic international sailing regatta – the Barcolana.
For the last two years we have all been navigating the unexplored as we have learned to manage new ways of working, new ways of living, and new ways of interacting. As we look to the future and beyond the pandemic, the ways in which we interact will be forever changed. TNC22 is an opportunity to reflect on how we will reconnect with each other, on ways to explore and manage our changed environment, and on how we can emerge stronger together.
Whilst we continue to monitor the development of the pandemic, our plans are to host a face-to-face event for the GÉANT community to meet in person. Basic remote participation will also be offered for those unable to travel.
12 October 2021
Opening Call for Proposals
(Single presentation & Demonstration)
30 November 2021
Deadline Call for Single presentations
1 February 2022
Opening Call for Lightning Talks
15 February 2022
Deadline Call for Demonstrations
21 February 2022
Opening Call for (digital) Posters
14 March 2022
Deadline Call for Lightning Talks
25 April 2022
Deadline Call for (digital) Posters
TNC for the first time?
The largest and most prestigious research and education networking conference, TNC attracts a truly diverse audience of over 800 participants from more than 70 countries, representing national and regional research and education networks, schools and universities, technology providers, and many of the world’s most exciting scientific projects. By bringing together decision-makers, networking and security specialists, identity and access management experts, researchers, academics and students, TNC offers a unique collaborative experience.
GARR is the Italian R&E network providing high-speed connectivity and advanced services to the research and education community in Italy. GARR network boasts about 15,000 km of optical fibre and serves 4.5 million users in over 1,000 sites among research organisations, universities, research hospitals, cultural institutions, libraries, museums, music conservatories and schools. GARR also operates a federated cloud for its community and offers cybersecurity, video communication, trust&identity, and mobility services. GARR is linked to other European and worldwide NRENs through GÉANT.
TNC is co-funded by the European Union via the GÉANT (GN4-3) Project. As part of the GÉANT 2020 Framework Partnership Agreement (FPA), the project receives funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under Grant Agreement No. 856726 (GN4-3).