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Security Research Conference
July 29, 2011   
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Poland’s Industrial Research Institute for Automation and Measurements (PIAP), in association with the European Commission, is organizing an annual Security Research Conference (SRC'11) in Warsaw Sept. 19-21.

The event is part of the official agenda of Poland’s turn at the rotating presidency of the Council of the European Union in the second half of 2011. The Security Research Conference is an annual meeting organized by the member country holding the EU presidency at a given time. The first conference was held in 2006 in Vienna, followed by events in Berlin in 2007, Paris in 2008, and Stockholm in 2009. Last year’s event was hosted by Oostende, Belgium.

During this year’s sixth Security Research Conference, policy makers, researchers, industry professionals and end users from across Europe will meet to debate legal, technological and organizational issues and challenges related to public safety and security today. At the conference’s technology sessions, innovative solutions developed in the course of international and national projects will be presented. The event will be accompanied by a research/industrial exhibition.

The conference is highly specialized. A group of more than 1,000 participants from all over Europe will attend. Guests will include representatives from the European Parliament, the European Commission and Polish parliament. There will also be officials from Poland’s Ministry of Internal Affairs and Administration, Ministry of Defense, Ministry of Science and Higher Education, the National Center for Research and Development, and security services, in addition to research institute directors, university rectors and prominent scientists, industry professionals and politicians.

The main media partners of the conference are the PAP Polish Press Agency, TVP Info, Polish Radio External Service and Rzeczpospolita newspaper together with its news service rp.pl. The Warsaw Voice is a media partner.

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