High visibility for RENAM was a practical outcome of hosting the 3rd Eastern Partnership E-infrastructures Conference – EaPEC 2018 – on 17-18 October. RENAM, the Research and Educational Networking Association of Moldova, presented a rich menu of services, gathering immediate new subscriptions, and high-level speakers from Moldovan ministries and institutions helped to attract coverage by national TV, radio and press.
EaPEC 2018 was organised by the EU-funded Eastern Partnership Connect project, EaPConnect, which is led by the pan-European research and education network association GÉANT. Around 180 people from 80 organisations and 20 countries gathered in Chisinau, to learn about research and education networks, other e-infrastructures, and services that can benefit Eastern Partnership (EaP) research and education communities and bring them opportunities to collaborate with their peers in EU countries and other parts of the world. Slides and session videos are linked through the online schedule.
Submitted by Laura Durnford