Dec 2 – 6, 2024
University of Applied Sciences of the Grisons
Europe/Zurich timezone
Key Note Speakers:  Sam Oh (Chair, Dublin Core) and George Lutz (Director, Swiss Centre of Expertise in the Social Sciences (FORS))


The 16th Annual European DDI User Conference (EDDI 2024) is being hosted by the University of Applied Sciences of the Grisons in Switzerland.

As an agile university, the UAS Grisons promotes dynamic thinking and proactive action. Thanks to this mindset, it is boldly and sustainably helping to shape the future. It is currently training around 2,400 students to become highly qualified, responsible individuals. The UAS Grisons offers a range of bachelor’s, master’s and further education programmes in Architecture, Civil Engineering, Computational and Data Science, Digital Supply Chain Management, Information Science, Management, Mobile Robotics, Multimedia Production, Photonics and Tourism. Teaching and research at the UAS Grisons are interdisciplinary in nature and geared towards practical challenges in business and society. The participation of all university members contributes to the further development of quality and the university as a whole.

Due to its location at the heart of the Alps, away from the urban metropolises and surrounded by nature at its wildest, the UAS Grisons has always been driven to be innovative in the ideas and implementation of its programmes. The university sees being able to contribute to the success of bold ideas as a great privilege. As well as this pioneering spirit, alpine companies have always needed to be able to rely on one another and work together to survive in this environment. This solidarity and culture, alongside the three languages of German, Romansh and Italian, are key parts of the DNA of the Grisons. Through its study programmes and research projects, and in its role as an employer, the university proudly represents this DNA throughout Switzerland and beyond.