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European academic network GÉANT invited students to participate in the students Lightning Talk Challenge in search of future talents to inspire them on their educational journey. As a partner of GÉANT, LITNET nominated two students from Lithuania who are passionate about information technologies. They will be competing against students from other European universities for the opportunity to present their inspiring ideas at TNC17 Lightning Talk session. TNC17 conference will take place in Linz, Austria May 29th – June 2nd, 2017.

LITNET started to implement project " Development of the LITNET’s IT services for the education and research institutions".

Project aim: to develop and modernize LITNET‘s services for the IT professionals serving network infrastructure, scientists and researchers implementing R&D activities in the European Research Area.
Project duration:  28 04 2016 – 29 04 2019
Project Funded by the European Social Fund (http://www.esinvesticijos.lt/en/)

 

The new GÉANT logo went public today, 1 May 2015, to coincide with the start of the new GÉANT Project (now GN4 Phase 1). From now on, the organisation that was formed last October from the restructuring of TERENA and DANTE is no longer known as ‘GÉANT Association’, but simply as ‘GÉANT‘. And from now on, ‘GÉANT’ no longer means a single project or organisation, but stands for the entire community collaboration. More www.geant.org

In response to the community of Europe’s national research and education networking organisations’ (NRENs’) wishes, the GÉANT Association has been formed by re-organising TERENA and DANTE under a unified governance structure. The GÉANT Association was formed on 7 October 2014, when its members agreed to change the Articles of Association of TERENA, changing its name to GÉANT, and the majority of DANTE shares were transferred to the GÉANT Association.

The GÉANT Association is owned by its core membership. This includes 36 National Members, which are European national research and education network (NREN) organisations, and one Representative Member - NORDUnet - which participates on behalf of five Nordic NRENs. Associates are also welcome and include commercial organisations and multi-national research infrastructures and projects.

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