STEW registration deadline

This year's STEW conference is getting closer. Tomorrow the registration cost will be raised and Oct 31st is the last day to register.

This year’s conference program is filled with presentations giving different perspectives on the theme Connected Society.

At the conference Software Technology Exchange Workshop, STEW, we put a lot of focus on meeting new people, from different industries, academia and the public sector, from all of Sweden. It’s a conference for creating new ideas and new cooperation. This is done through several breaks, keeping the maximum number of participators limited and not the least with the STEW dinner on the evening of day one. And of course, a lot of new inspiration from all of our speakers.

Why should I attend this conference?

Meet people from different industry sectors, public sector and academia
We do our best to help the participants to meet new people. One important part of this is the included dinner in the end of day one. And there’s of course also a lot of time for networking during the breaks.

Interactive public dialogue
We aim to create discussions in the full audience. Not just participants asking the speaker.

Listen to inspiring presentations on the theme Connected Society
How can we connect a city? And what does a bishop in the church of Sweden think about AI? And how can you enable new innovations by sharing data? You can find the full program here.


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