FWI: Internationalisation Workshop

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Date: Wed, Jan 12 2000

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    Date: Wed, 12 Jan 2000 08:39:30 -0500
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    Subject: FWI:  Internationalisation Workshop 
    
    
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    CALL FOR PARTICIPATION
    Second International Workshop on Internationalisation of Products and
    Systems (IWIPS2000)
    13-15 July 2000, Baltimore, Maryland, USA
    
    (Please forward to interested colleagues)
    
     PRODUCT DEVELOPERS AND MANAGERS
     RESEARCHERS
     ACADEMICS
     HUMAN FACTORS AND HCI SPECIALISTS
    
    You are invited to attend the Second International Workshop on
    Internationalisation of Products and Systems (IWIPS2000), on the Inner
    Harbor in Baltimore, Maryland. Plan now to come during 13-15 July 2000 to
    network with colleagues about globalisation and localisation in industry,
    government, and academia.
    
    Paper sessions, an internationalisation tutorial, breakout forums, and a
    research-in-progress briefing will be accompanied by invited speakers from
    across the spectrum of globalisation and localisation. Each day will begin
    with Continental breakfast, followed by single-track sessions highlighting
    problems faced by those responsible for the design and development of
    products and systems for global markets. During breaks, at the opening
    reception, and at the harbourside dinner, you will be able to network with
    a wide variety of professionals in the field, from across the world.
    
    Details of the 1999 workshop may be seen at http://webctr.net/IWIPS99/.
    
    The Call for Papers and Preliminary Schedule are available from Donald Day,
    chair of the local organising committee (d.day@acm.org). Submissions are
    due February 1, 2000, via e-mail attachment to Elisa delGaldo
    (Elisa_delgaldo@ctp.com), chair of the international program committee.