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Re: MathML Conference: Schedule Set - Q: summary page?

From: Jimmy Cerra <jimbofc@yahoo.com>
Date: Wed, 15 May 2002 13:34:35 -0400
To: <www-math@w3.org>
Message-ID: <000001c1fc36$cbc58e80$0100a8c0@locutus>
Will there be a summary page of the conference on the web site once the event

Jimmy Cerra

"my mind is slipping away ... day by glorious day"
      -Robin Gorkin

"MathML Conference" <info@mathmlconference.org> wrote in message
> The second MathML and Math on the Web International Conference
> will be held June 29-30, 2002 at Hickory Ridge Conference Center
> in Lisle, a suburb of Chicago. The conference is sponsored by
> Wolfram Research, Waterloo Maple, Design Science, the American
> Mathematical Society, Compaq Computers, and the World Wide Web
> Consortium (W3C).
> Modeled on the successful first conference in October 2000, this
> conference brings together those interested or involved in the
> future of math on the web, and provides a forum for presenting
> and discussing current research and applications emphasizing
> mathematics on the web in general, and MathML in particular.
> The final program is now set, and includes many interesting
> talks, posters, and demos. It also includes invited talks by
> Leslie Lamport (creator of LaTeX), David Carlisle (an editor of
> the MathML 2 recommendation), and Roger Sidje (principal
> implementer of MathML in Mozilla).
> New this year is a "demo" night, featuring demonstrations of some
> of the leading MathML applications. As is befitting a
> web-oriented conference, there will be a large email lab and a
> wireless network with a high-speed connection available for those
> attending.
> The resort-like setting of the conference center will help to enhance
> the ample opportunities the conference provides for interaction
> among attendees. Conference registration is currently being
> accepted at:
> https://www.wolfram.com/mathmlconference/register.cgi
> Three pre-conference MathML tutorials are also being offered on
> Friday, June 28. Space is limited for these hands-on tutorials,
> so early registration is strongly recommended.
> More information about the conference, including the full
> schedule of events and presentation abstracts, is available on
> the MathML Conference website at:
> http://www.mathmlconference.org
> Please note that a late fee will be imposed for those registering
> after May 17.
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