For those of you packing your bags to join us next week, here are a few logistical details that might be useful.
Directions to the venue
You can find directions to the venue at http://www.beursvanberlage.nl/accesibility/.
The venue is listed on Google maps at http://bit.ly/czuuAw.
Online registration for the event is now CLOSED but registration is still possible at the venue itself.
The registration desk opens at 9am on Tuesday 14 September and will be open every day until 6pm.
When you arrive, please visit the registration desk to collect your conference pack and details of the wi fi.
For hotel booking, please visit the conference website for more details at http://www.egi.eu/EGITF2010/.
Demos, posters and the exhibition
You can find details of the demos at http://www.egi.eu/EGITF2010/Demonstration_schedule.html.
The list of posters is available at http://www.egi.eu/EGITF2010/Poster_overview.html
A number of exhibition booths will also be available throughout the event in the Grote Zaal.
Programme and conference dinner
The programme is available online at http://bit.ly/b8zl7h.
Please join us for welcome drinks in the Yakult room at 17:30 on Tuesday 14th.
The conference dinner will be at 19:00 on Thursday 16th, also in the Yakult room.
For those you who can't join us in Amsterdam, you can follow the conference live through our social media channels!
There's an app for that... download the conference iPhone app from http://bit.ly/aqNYUQ.
Live web streaming of plenary sessions and keynotes is provided by GLOBAL at http://globalplaza.org/spaces/global/events/egi-technical-forum-2010-2.
Follow us on Twitter at http://twitter.com/egi_inspire (#egi2010).
Photos will appear on our Flickr stream at http://www.flickr.com/photos/european_grid_initiative (use the egi2010 tag for your own photos to include them).
You can also read about the event here on the GridCast blog from the e-ScienceTalk team. Let us know if you would like to blog yourself!
If you have any questions, please contact us at email@example.com.