CERN, the European Organization for Nuclear Research, is located at the heart of Europe, astride the Franco-Swiss border. It is known not only for its flagship project (the Large Hadron Collider or LHC), but also for being the place where Sir Tim Berners-Lee created the World Wide Web in 1989.”
Indico is used every day at CERN to manage more than 900 000 events of different complexities and 200 meeting and conference rooms.
Since 2016, the United Nations have been using Indico to handle more than 180.000 participants of conferences happening all around the globe, as well as thousands of visitors.
Thanks to Indico, the UN has managed to put in place an efficient registration and accreditation workflow that greatly reduced waiting times for everyone and enhanced the conference experience for participants and managers.
Since its foundation in the 1960s ENEA, the Italian Agency for New Technologies, Energy and Sustainable Development, focuses its research and development activities on the energy technologies, nuclear fusion and nuclear safety, energy efficiency, technologies for cultural heritage, seismic protection, food safety, pollution, life sciences, strategic raw materials, climate change.
The Department of Fusion and Technology for Nuclear Safety and Security (FSN) of ENEA manages through Indico international scientific conferences, research group meetings as well as the department meeting rooms used for all these events.
Event-organisation workflow that fits lectures, meetings, workshops and conferences
Multi-granular tree-based protection scheme
Easy upload and retrieval of presentations, papers and other documents
Permanent archival of all event material and metadata
Reviewing functionalities for conference papers
Full coverage of the conference lifecycle
Room booking and management
Integration with several collaborative tools