NOKIOS is a Norwegian Conference for eGovernment.
The venue is Clarion Hotel Trondheim, in Trondheim, Norway.

NOKIOS is an annual conference initiated by the Norwegian University of Science and Technology (NTNU) in 2006. The conference is now organized by NTNU in cooperation with vendors and governmental and local agencies.

The 18th annual conference will be arranged in Trondheim on 22nd to 24th October 2024 – expecting approximately 800 people attending the event.

The target groups for the event are decision makers from the Norwegian public sector, politicians, managers, project leaders, vendors, IT professionals, researchers and other stakeholders working in the public sector.

The aim of the conference is to create a meeting place for a broad range of employees and politicians, researchers, vendors and other stakeholders in the public sector where they can get significant news about digital trends that can help them with their work. The conference features presentations, lectures and news from researchers and vendors.

Structure: The conference extends over three days. The first day is dedicated to Courses and Workshops. The main conference takes place over the next two days and offers Plenary sessions, Parallel sessions and Vendors sessions, as well as social events. The parallel concurrent sessions are divided into three thematic tracks.

The conference has the Agency for Public Management and eGovernment as a collaborator.
The conference committee is composed of representatives from different public agencies and vendors in the public sector, chaired by NTNU Professor John Krogstie.

Contact: nokios@konferanser.ntnu.no

NTNU Rector Torbjørn Digernes opens NOKIOS in 2009

Photo: Former NTNU Rector, Torbjørn Digernes opens NOKIOS in 2009