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12th International Unicode Conference, Tokyo, April 1998

From: Misha Wolf <misha.wolf@reuters.com>
Date: Wed, 04 Feb 1998 21:56:50 +0000 (GMT)
Message-Id: <B0001168862@ritig6.rit.reuters.com>
To: www international <www-international@w3.org>

           Twelfth International Unicode/ISO 10646 Conference
                                  and
                       Global Computing Showcase

      Asia, Software + the Internet: Going Global with Unicode (R)

                           April 8-10, 1998
                             Tokyo, Japan

              The Twelfth International Unicode Conference
               is an official pre-conference event of the
              7th International World Wide Web Conference
                         (http://www7.conf.au/)

**********************************************************************

 The Internet and the World Wide Web continue to change the shape of
 computing. The goal of network computing and understandable text
 access across wide, diverse groups of people has brought great
 momentum to computing environments that build Unicode into their
 foundation. Whether it's new e-business, network access to data, or
 very portable applications, Unicode makes a solid foundation for
 the network, global enterprises, and software users everywhere.

 The Twelfth International Unicode Conference will address topics
 ranging from Unicode use in the Internet and World Wide Web, to the
 latest developments with Java.  Particular emphasis will be on using
 Unicode in East Asia and the Pacific Rim. Conference attendees will
 include managers, software engineers, systems analysts, and product
 marketing personnel responsible for the development of software
 supporting Unicode/ISO 10646 as well as those involved in all
 aspects of the globalization of software and the Internet.

SPONSORS

   Hewlett-Packard Company
   IBM Corporation
   Justsystem Corporation
   Microsoft Corporation
   Oracle Corporation
   Reuters Limited
   SAP AG
   Sun Microsystems, Inc.
   World Wide Web Consortium (W3C)

WEB SITES

   http://www.unicode.org
   http://www.reuters.com/unicode/iuc12

LOCATION

   Hotel Laforet Tokyo
   Gotenyama-Hills
   7-36, Kita-shinagawa 4-chome,
   Shinagawa-ku, Tokyo 140
   Japan
   Main phone number: +81-3-5488-3911
   Facsimile number:  +81-3-5488-3903

ACCOMMODATION

A guest room block has been set aside for the Conference. 

Conference rates:       Yen 15015 single room per night
                        Yen 17325 two people sharing per night

These rates include breakfast, tax and service charges.

To receive these special rates, please reserve your room together with your
conference registration through Global Meeting Services.  See form attached
to conference registration form.

Hotel reservations should be made prior to March 25, 1998.  Thereafter this
special rate will be offered on a space available basis only.

TRAVEL ARRANGEMENTS

Conference attendees are to make their own travel arrangements.

A limousine bus is available from Narita International Airport to the Hotel
Laforet Tokyo.  Please use the JR Line to Shinagawa Station if arriving by
train.

CONFERENCE FEES
                                     Tutorials   Conference   Tutorials
                                       only        only         and
                                                             Conference

Unicode Member*                       $ 325        $ 575       $ 875

Non-member booking prior to March 20  $ 350        $ 600       $ 925

Non-member booking after March 20     $ 375        $ 625       $ 975


* Unicode Member - This includes all employees of corporate and associate
members, as well as individual members.

Conference registration includes all conference materials; proceedings;
refreshment breaks and luncheons for all days; cocktail reception and entry
to the exhibition area 

CONFERENCE LANGUAGES

Conference presentations may be given in English or in Japanese.
On-site live translation from English to Japanese and from Japanese to
English will be provided for all talks.

GLOBAL COMPUTING SHOWCASE

Visit the Showcase to find out more about products supporting the Unicode
Standard, and products and services that can help you globalize/localize
your software, documentation and the Internet content.

Reserve your exhibit space now.
Contact Barbara at:
Global Meeting Services Inc.
Tel: +1-619-638-0206      Fax:  +1-619-638-0504
Email: info@global-conference.com
   or: conference@unicode.org 

CONFERENCE PROGRAM

      For amendments, please check the conference Web pages at
  http://www.reuters.com/unicode/iuc12 or http://www.unicode.org

Intended Audience Key:
M - Manager   E - Engineer   SA - Systems Analyst   MK - Marketer

                  PRE-CONFERENCE TUTORIALS AND WORKSHOPS

                         Wednesday, April 8, 1998

  +-------------+------------------+------------------+------------------+
  |    TIME     |      TRACK A     |      TRACK B     |      TRACK C     |
  +-------------+------------------+------------------+------------------+
  | 08:00-09:00 |                      Registration                      |
  +-------------+------------------+------------------+------------------+
  |             |  CHARACTER SETS  |       JAVA       |     DATABASES    |
  +-------------+------------------|------------------|------------------+
  | 09:00-12:10 |  TA1 (M/E/SA/MK) |  TB1 (M/E)       |  TC1 (M/E/SA)    |
  |             |    The Unicode   |     Developing   |    Unicode in    |
  |             |     Standard:    | Internationalized|     Databases    |
  |             |    A Tutorial    |   Applications/  |                  |
  |             |                  | Applets with Java|  Stefan Buchta,  |
  |             |   Hideki Hiura,  |                  | Oracle Corp., USA|
  |             | Sun Microsystems,|  Tom McFarland,  |                  |
  |             |     Inc., USA    |  Hewlett-Packard |                  |
  |             | Tatsuo Kobayashi,|   Company, USA   |                  |
  |             | JUSTSYSTEM Corp.,|                  |                  |
  |             |       Japan      |                  |                  |
  +-------------+------------------+------------------+------------------+
  | 12:10-13:25 |                        Luncheon                        |
  +-------------+------------------+------------------+------------------+
  |             |INTERNET STANDARDS|    I18N & L10N   | OPERATING SYSTEMS|
  |             |                  |                  |    & TOOLKITS    |
  +-------------+------------------+------------------+------------------+
  | 13:25-15:35 | TA2 (M/E/SA/MK)  |  TB2 (M/E/SA/MK) |  TC2 (M/E)       |
  |             | Unicode and HTML:|    Cultural      | Unicode and Win32|
  |             |    Status and    |   Issues with    | Internationaliza-|
  |             |   Developments   |    On-Screen     |       tion       |
  |             |                  |   Information    |                  |
  |             | Martin J. Dürst, |                  |    Bill Hall,    |
  |             | Keio University, |  Richard Ishida, |  MLM Associates, |
  |             |      Japan       |  Xerox Ltd., UK  |     Inc., USA    |
  |             | François Yergeau,|                  |                  |
  |             |Alis Technologies,|                  |                  |
  |             |      Canada      |                  |                  |
  |             |Gavin Thomas Nicol|                  |                  |
  |             |   Inso EPS, USA  |                  |                  |
  +-------------+------------------+------------------+------------------+
  |             |INTERNET STANDARDS|    I18N & L10N   | OPERATING SYSTEMS|
  |             |                  |                  |    & TOOLKITS    |
  +-------------+------------------+------------------+------------------+
  | 15:50-17:15 |  TA3 (M/E/SA/MK) |  TB3 (M/E/SA/MK) |  TC3 (M/E)       |
  |             | Unicode XML, XLL | Non-Latin Writing| Unicode and Win32|
  |             |     and XSL      |     Systems:     | Internationaliza-|
  |             |                  |  Characteristics |       tion       |
  |             |    Jon Bosak,    |  and Impacts on  |                  |
  |             | Sun Microsystems,|   Multinational  |   - continued    |
  |             |     Inc., USA    |  Product Design  |                  |
  |             |  Makoto Murata,  |                  |                  |
  |             | Fuji Xerox, Japan|  Richard Ishida, |                  |
  |             |Gavin Thomas Nicol|  Xerox Ltd., UK  |                  |
  |             |   Inso EPS, USA  |                  |                  |
  +-------------+------------------+------------------+------------------+
  |             |INTERNET STANDARDS|    I18N & L10N   |  CHARACTER SETS  |
  + ------------+------------------+------------------+------------------+
  | 17:20-18:00 |  TA4 (M/E/SA/MK) |  TB4 (M/E/SA/MK) |  TC4 (M/E/SA/MK) |
  |             | Unicode XML, XLL | Non-Latin Writing|     Survey of    |
  |             |     and XSL      |     Systems:     |     Character    |
  |             |                  |  Characteristics |     Encodings    |
  |             |   - continued    |  and Impacts on  |                  |
  |             |                  |   Multinational  |                  |
  |             |                  |  Product Design  |   Peter Edberg,  |
  |             |                  |                  |  Apple Computer, |
  |             |                  |   - continued    |     Inc., USA    |
  +-------------+------------------+------------------+------------------+

                               CONFERENCE

                         Thursday, April 9, 1998

  +-------------+------------------+------------------+------------------+
  |    TIME     |      TRACK A     |      TRACK B     |      TRACK C     |
  +-------------+------------------+------------------+------------------+
  | 08:00-09:00 |                     Registration                       |
  +-------------+--------------------------------------------------------+
  | 09:00-09:10 |                   Welcome Address                      |
  |             |                                                        |
  |             |              Tatsuo Kobayashi, Co-chair,               |
  |             |   Twelfth International Unicode/ISO 10646 Conference   |
  +-------------+--------------------------------------------------------+
  | 09:10-09:45 |                   Keynote Address                      |
  |             |                                                        |
  |             | A Brief History of the Japanese Printing Industry and  |
  |             |                 Kanji Typesetting                      |
  |             |          Hidehiko Nakanishi, Vice President,           |
  |             |         Nakanishi Printing Co., LTD., Japan            |
  +-------------+--------------------------------------------------------+
  | 09:45-10:20 |                  Plenary Session                       |
  |             |                                                        |
  |             |  Unicode and ISO 106464:  Achievements and Directions  |
  |             |           Mike Ksar, Globalization Manager,            |
  |             |             Hewlett-Packard Company, USA               |
  +-------------+--------------------------------------------------------+
  | 10:20-10:40 |                    Refreshment Break                   |
  +-------------+------------------+------------------+------------------+
  |             |   INPUT METHODS  |OPERATING SYSTEMS |   CASE STUDIES   |
  |             |                  |    & TOOLKITS    |                  |
  +-------------+------------------+------------------+------------------|
  | 10:40-11:20 |  A1 (M/E/MK)     |  B1 (M/E)        |  C1 (M/E/SA/MK)  |
  |             |   Unicode Based  |   Unicode:  An   |    Unicode and   |
  |             | Input Method and | Interoperability | Largest Business |
  |             |   Han-Character  | Enabler in HP-UX |    Application   |
  |             |      Search      |                  |     Software     |
  |             |                  |  Susan L. Kline, |                  |
  |             | Takashi Maruyama,|  Hewlett-Packard |  Nobuyoshi Mori, |
  |             | JUSTSYSTEM Corp.,|   Company, USA   |  SAP AG, Germany |
  |             |      Japan       |                  |                  |
  +-------------+------------------+------------------+------------------+
  | 11:25-12:05 |  A2 (M/E/SA)     |  B2 (E/SA)       |  C2 (M/E )       |
  |             | IIIMF-Distributed|World Ready Java -|   Multilingual   |
  |             |   Input Method   |  The Next Steps: |Internet Commerce:|
  |             |   Architecture   | Part 1:  General |   A Case Study   |
  |             | for the Internet,| Internationaliza-|                  |
  |             | Network Computer,| tion, Text Layout|  Tim Greenwood,  |
  |             |     and Java     |and User Interface| Open Market Inc.,|
  |             |                  |                  |        USA       |
  |             |   Hideki Hiura,  |    Brian Beck,   |                  |
  |             | Sun Microsystems,|JavaSoft Inc., USA|                  |
  |             |     Inc., USA    |                  |                  |
  +-------------+------------------+------------------+------------------+
  | 12:05-13:20 |                        Luncheon                        |
  +-------------+------------------+------------------+------------------+
  |             |   INPUT METHODS  |OPERATING SYSTEMS |   CASE STUDIES   |
  |             |                  |    & TOOLKITS    |                  |
  +-------------+------------------+------------------+------------------|
  | 13:20-14:00 |  A3 (E/SA)       |  B3 (M/E/SA/MK)  |  C3 (M/E/SA)     |
  |             |World Ready Java -|  Unicode Locale  |    Case Study:   |
  |             |  The Next Step:  |Support in Solaris| Unicode in Large |
  |             |  Part 2: Input   |                  |  Network Systems |
  |             | Method Framework |    Ienup Sung,   |    Management    |
  |             |                  |SunSoft, Inc., USA|                  |
  |             | Masayoshi Okutsu,|                  |David Hetherington|
  |             |     JavaSoft     |                  |  Tivoli Systems, |
  |             |   Asia/Pacific,  |                  |        USA       |
  |             |       Japan      |                  |                  |
  |             |Norbert Lindenberg|                  |                  |
  |             |JavaSoft Inc., USA|                  |                  |
  +-------------+------------------+------------------+------------------+
  | 14:05-14:45 |  A4 (E/SA/MK)    |  B4 (E)          |  C4 (M/E)        |
  |             | Unicode, Java and|    IBM AS/400    | Global Access to |
  |             |   Input Methods  |  UNICODE Support |     Technical    |
  |             |                  |                  |   Documentation  |
  |             |  Kok Yong Leong, | Shigeru Shimada, |                  |
  |             | National Univ. of|  IBM Rochester,  |  William Smith,  |
  |             |    Singapore,    |       USA        | Sun Microsystems,|
  |             |    Singapore     |                  |     Inc., USA    |
  |             |                  |                  | Don Stinchfield, |
  |             |                  |                  |  INSO Corp., USA |
  +-------------+------------------+------------------+------------------+
  | 14:50-15:30 |  A5 (M/E/SA/MK)  |  B5 (E)          |  C5 (E)          |
  |             |  A Flexible IME  |   IBM Graphical  |   Unicode on a   |
  |             |  Implementation  |  Locale Builder  |  Budget:  A Case |
  |             |                  |                  |     Study for    |
  |             |Murray Sargent III|   Steven Atkin,  | Embedded Products|
  |             |    Microsoft     | IBM Corporation, |                  |
  |             | Corporation, USA |       USA        |   Joann Girard,  |
  |             |                  |                  |R.Douglas Nordeman|
  |             |                  |                  |Motorola, Inc. USA|
  +-------------+------------------+------------------+------------------+
  | 15:30-15:50 |                    Refreshment Break                   |
  +-------------+------------------+------------------+------------------+
  |             |       KANJI      |OPERATING SYSTEMS |    I18N &L10N    |
  |             |                  |    & TOOLKITS    |                  |
  +-------------+------------------+------------------+------------------|
  | 15:50-16:30 |  A6 (E/SA)       |  B6 (M/E)        |  C6 (E/SA)       |
  |             | Development of a |    Unicode and   |   A Rule-Based   |
  |             |  Japanese Kanji  | Internationaliz- |    Approach to   |
  |             |     Character    | ation Support on |  Number Spellout |
  |             |  Frequency List  |   Netscape ONE   |                  |
  |             |                  |                  | Richard T. Gillam|
  |             |Nobuko Chikamatsu,|  Tague Griffith, |  IBM Center for  |
  |             |DePaul University,| Netscape Communi-| Java Technology, |
  |             |       USA        |cations Corp., USA|        USA       |
  |             | Shoichi Yokoyama,|                  |                  |
  |             |   The National   |                  |                  |
  |             | Language Research|                  |                  |
  |             | Institute, Japan |                  |                  |
  +-------------+------------------+------------------+------------------+
  | 16:35-17:15 |  A7 (E/SA)       |  B7 (E)          |  C7 (E)          |
  |             |  Coincidence and |     Language     |   International- |
  |             |  Clash of Jitai  | Engineering with |  ization of the  |
  |             |                  |      Unicode     | Handle System - A|
  |             |Hiroyuki Sasahara,|                  | Persistent Global|
  |             |   The National   | François Yergeau,|  Naming Service  |
  |             | Language Research|Alis Technologies,|                  |
  |             | Institute, Japan |      Canada      |    Sam X. Sun    |
  |             |                  |                  |     CNRI, USA    |
  +-------------+------------------+------------------+------------------+
  | 17:20-18:00 |  A8 (M/E/SA/MK)  |  B8 (E)          |  C8 (M/E/SA/MK)  |
  |             |   Exploring the  |   The Document   |Unicode Issues and|
  |             |   Potentials of  |   Object Model:  |  Localization of |
  |             | Web Technologies |  What it is and  |    Software in   |
  |             | for the Handling |   what it means  | Indian Languages |
  |             |of Rare Ideographs|                  |                  |
  |             |   and Ideograph  |Gavin Thomas Nicol|  Uppuluri Murty, |
  |             |     Variants     |   Inso EPS, USA  |   University of  |
  |             |                  |                  |    Alabama in    |
  |             | Martin J. Dürst, |                  |  Huntsville, USA |
  |             | Keio University, |                  |                  |
  |             |       Japan      |                  |                  |
  +-------------+------------------+------------------+------------------+
  | 18:00-20:00 |                 Reception and Exhibits                 |
  +-------------+--------------------------------------------------------+

                           Friday, April 10, 1998

  +-------------+------------------+------------------+------------------+
  |    TIME     |      TRACK A     |      TRACK B     |      TRACK C     |
  +-------------+------------------+------------------+------------------+
  | 08:00-09:00 |                      Registration                      |
  +-------------+------------------+------------------+------------------+
  |             |   APPLICATIONS   |INTERNET STANDARDS|     DATABASES    |
  +-------------+------------------|------------------|------------------+
  | 09:00-09:40 |  A9 (M/E/SA/MK)  |  B9 (M/E/SA)     |  C9 (M/E/MK)     |
  |             |Microsoft Office97| Multilingual, and|  Use of Unicode  |
  |             |    and Unicode   | Parallel Aligned |  by World-Class  |
  |             |                  |  Texts:  Putting | Database Vendors |
  |             |  Chris Pratley,  |    XML and XLL   |                  |
  |             |     Microsoft    |      to Work     |   Mike McKenna,  |
  |             | Corporation, USA |                  | Sybase, Inc., USA|
  |             |                  |Gavin Thomas Nicol|                  |
  |             |                  |   Inso EPS, USA  |                  |
  +-------------+------------------+------------------+------------------+
  | 09:45-10:25 |  A10 (E/SA/MK)   |  B10 (E)         |  C10 (M/E/SA)    |
  |             |   Developing a   |  Native Language |  Migration of a  |
  |             |  Unicode Desktop |      Markup      |4GL and Relational|
  |             | Publishing Appli-|                  |    Database to   |
  |             |  cation based on |  Rick Jelliffe,  |      Unicode     |
  |             |    Windows NT    |      Author,     |                  |
  |             |   and Windows95  |     Australia    |    Tex Texin,    |
  |             |                  |                  | Progress Software|
  |             |  Thomas Nielsen, |                  |Communications USA|
  |             |MGI Software Corp.|                  | Corporation, USA |
  |             |      Canada      |                  |                  |
  +-------------+------------------+------------------+------------------+
  | 10:25-10:45 |                    Refreshment Break                   |
  +-------------+------------------+------------------+------------------+
  |             |   APPLICATIONS   |INTERNET STANDARDS|     DATABASES    |
  +-------------+------------------|------------------|------------------+
  | 10:45-11:25 |  A11 (M/E/SA)    |  B11 (M/E/SA/MK) |  C11 (M/E)       |
  |             |   Developing a   |  Equivalence vs. |  Unicode Inside: |
  |             |    Unicode GIS   |  Normalization:  |    A View from   |
  |             |  Application for |    The Case of   |   the Trenches   |
  |             | Microsoft Windows|    Identifiers   |                  |
  |             |     and UNIX     |                  |   Gary Roberts,  |
  |             |                  | Martin J. Dürst, |     NCR, USA     |
  |             |      Yan Li,     | Keio University, |                  |
  |             |     ESRI, USA    |       Japan      |                  |
  +-------------+------------------+------------------+------------------+
  | 11:30-12:10 |  A12 (M/E)       |  B12 (M/E/SA/MK) |  C12 (M/E/SA/MK) |
  |             |    Java Kanji    |Web International-|    Unicode and   |
  |             |  Flashcard 500:  |      ization     | Proposed Changes |
  |             | Kanji, Java and  |                  |    to the SQL    |
  |             |the World Wide Web| Panel of Speakers|     Standard     |
  |             |                  |                  |                  |
  |             |   Stephen Wood   |                  |  Stefan Buchta,  |
  |             |    Ryner, Jr.,   |                  |Oracle Corporation|
  |             |Nobuko Chikamatsu,|                  |       USA        |
  |             |DePaul University,|                  |   Mike McKenna,  |
  |             |       USA        |                  | Sybase Inc., USA |
  +-------------+------------------+------------------+------------------+
  | 12:10-13:25 |                        Luncheon                        |
  +-------------+--------------------------------------------------------+
  |             |   APPLICATIONS   |FONTS & TYPOGRAPHY|  CHARACTER SETS  |
  +-------------+------------------|------------------|------------------+
  | 13:25-14:05 |  A13 (E)         |  B13 (M/E/SA)    |  C13 (M/E/SA/MK) |
  |             |    Eudora and    |  Unicode & Fonts |      Unihan:     |
  |             |     Unicode:     |                  |  Dispelling the  |
  |             |Internationalizing|  Kamal Mansour,  |       Myths      |
  |             |     the P.O.     |     Monotype     |                  |
  |             |                  | Typography, Inc.,| John H. Jenkins, |
  |             |   Pete Resnick,  |       USA        |  Apple Computer, |
  |             |Qualcomm, Inc. USA|                  |     Inc., USA    |
  +-------------+------------------+------------------+------------------+
  | 14:10-14:50 |  A14 (M/E/SA/MK) |  B14 (M/E/SA)    |  C14 (M/E/SA/MK) |
  |             | Internet Explorer|     Worldwide    |   User Defined   |
  |             |   International- |  Typography and  |   Character Set  |
  |             |     ization      |   how to apply   |Support in Unicode|
  |             |                  |  JIS X-4051-1995 |                  |
  |             |   Takao Suzuki,  |    to Unicode    |  Jianping Yang,  |
  |             |     Microsoft,   |                  |Oracle Corporation|
  |             | Corporation, USA | Michel Suignard, |       USA        |
  |             |                  |     Microsoft    |                  |
  |             |                  | Corporation, USA |                  |
  +-------------+------------------+------------------+------------------+
  | 14:50-15:10 |                    Refreshment Break                   |
  +-------------+------------------|------------------|------------------+
  |             |     SEARCHING    |FONTS & TYPOGRAPHY|  CHARACTER SETS  |
  +-------------+------------------|------------------|------------------+
  | 15:10-15:50 |  A15 (E)         |  B15 (M/E/SA/MK) |  C15 (E/SA)      |
  |             |Considerations for| Handling Complex |  Mapping Between |
  |             |    Unified Han   | Unicode Rendering| Unicode and Other|
  |             | character search |     Problems     |  Character Sets: |
  |             |operations, input,|                  |Methods and Issues|
  |             |  and output, in  |  John H. Jenkins |                  |
  |             |   multi-lingual  |  Apple Computer, | Lloyd Honomichl, |
  |             |    environment   |    Inc., USA     | Novell, Inc., USA|
  |             |                  |                  |                  |
  |             |Takaaki Shiratori,|                  |                  |
  |             | IBM Japan, Japan |                  |                  |
  +-------------+------------------+------------------+------------------+
  | 15:55-16:35 |  A16 (E/SA/MK)   |  B16 (M/E/SA/MK) |  C16 (M/E/SA)    |
  |             |   Unicode Based  | The Design of an |    Supporting    |
  |             |   Chinese Text   | International Web|     Multiple     |
  |             |     Retrieval    |  Font Extension  |  Character Sets  |
  |             |                  |   for Cascading  |  on the Internet |
  |             |    Jack Chen,    |   Style Sheets   |                  |
  |             |Oracle Corporation|                  | David Goldsmith, |
  |             |       USA        |   Chris Lilley,  |  Apple Computer, |
  |             |                  |The World Wide Web|     Inc., USA    |
  |             |                  |Consortium, France|                  |
  +-------------+--------------------------------------------------------+
  | 16:45-18:00 |                  Plenary Session                       |
  |             |                                                        |
  |             |                 Unicode in Japan                       |
  |             |                 Panel of Speakers                      |
  +-------------+--------------------------------------------------------+


CONFERENCE REGISTRATION FORM

Please complete and return this form by mail, fax or e-mail with the
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Twelfth International Unicode/ISO 10646 Conference
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Unicode member:
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permitted to April 8, 1998.

SESSION SELECTION

Please indicate below which sessions you are interested in.  This
will help the conference organisers allocate rooms to sessions.

April 8:
  TA1  __   TB1  __   TC1  __
  TA2  __   TB2  __   TC2  __
  TA3  __   TB3  __   TC3  __
  TA4  __   TB4  __   TC4  __

April 9:
  A1  __     B1  __     C1  __
  A2  __     B2  __     C2  __
  A3  __     B3  __     C3  __
  A4  __     B4  __     C4  __
  A5  __     B5  __     C5  __
  A6  __     B6  __     C6  __
  A7  __     B7  __     C7  __
  A8  __     B8  __     C8  __

April 10:
  A9  __     B9  __     C9  __
  A10 __     B10 __     C10 __
  A11 __     B11 __     C11 __
  A12 __     B12 __     C12 __
  A13 __     B13 __     C13 __
  A14 __     B14 __     C14 __
  A15 __     B15 __     C15 __
  A16 __     B16 __     C16 __

Attendee list:
  [  ]  Please do not include my name on the attendee list

EXHIBITING OPPORTUNITIES

If your organization is interested in exhibiting at the Conference, please
contact Global Meeting Services at the above location.



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