Cognitive City Bucuresti – Tuesday, June 7, 2016

Augmented Citizen Foundation and Net-Connect Internet
in association with Department of Telecommunication from University Politehnica of Bucharest

invites you to attend “Cognitive City”, to network with the participants of the Romanian educational, administrative, entrepreneurial and business environment

Tuesday, June 7, 2016
18:30 – 20:30
at SAIM Lab, level 1, ETTI Faculty of UPB
1-3, Iuliu Maniu Ave., Campus “Leu”, Bucharest

– Registration, 18:30-19:00
– Opening words: Dan Romescu/ Founder Cognitive City
– Presentations | Panel discussion
– Social & Business Networking

Cognitive City = Smart City data flow models on
AI Acceleration Infrastructure with + AR/VR/MR sensing
Experience based on Wearable/IoT/EoT -> Decision Science

RSVP via e-mail to office{at}, or by phone at 0741096427

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The goal of the Augmented Citizen Foundation is to encourage and support professionals during their life-time educational route, helping people and businesses realize their full potential.
Cooperating with the key players in various domains of education, technology, software and business.
Augmented Citizen Foundation facilitate networking, cooperation, partnerships and business development and promote innovation and sharing in those sector from start-ups to large companies to research organizations.

Founded in 2000, Net-Connect Internet Romania entered the telecom market in Romania at the moment of the liberalization of the market in January 2003.
In 2008 Net-Connect began a journey of expansion in other countries and has evolved into a multinational company.
Net-Connect is specialized in providing high quality voice services at competitive prices to corporate Customers and telecom operators.

At the Faculty of Electronics, Telecommunications and Information Technology training of future specialists in communications is ensured by the Department of Telecommunications in two specializations: Telecommunications Technologies and Systems (TST) and Telecommunications Networks and Software (RST).
As studies deepening, Department of Telecommunications is coordinating a number of 9 masters, some of them offering the possibility of a double degree in international collaborations, and 13 teachers in the department are involved in the coordination of PhD theses.

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