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Timeline 20 June 1991

First INET Conference Held in Copenhagen

17-20 June 1991

Seeking to expand on the International Academic Net Workshops (IANW; known colloquially as the “Landweber Workshops”) and broaden the international networking community in an open forum, Lawrence Landweber teams with Jun Murai and Frode Greisen to initiate the INET conferences, with the first one taking place in Greisen’s home country of Denmark. It is attended by 385 participants from 58 countries.

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