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"MathML & Scientific e-Contents", Workshop 21-22 Nov 2002

From: Enrique Canessa <canessae@ictp.trieste.it>
Date: Mon, 4 Nov 2002 17:44:35 +0100 (CET)
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cc: mf@w3.org, Canessa Enrique <canessae@ictp.trieste.it>
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You are welcome to participate in 


        MathML & Scientific e-Contents
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        First European Workshop
        21-22 November 2002, Trieste, Italy


        http://www-dft.ts.infn.it/mathml


 The workshop aims at bringing together content providers and
interested developers to discuss and share the best practices of
the ongoing research, applications and projects on all topics
related to Mathematical Markup Language -MathML and enabling
technologies for the use of mathematics and scientific content on
the Web. 

 The workshop focuses on all areas of brand new technologies
provided they relate to web-based interactive mathematics, math
typesetting, e-learning and scientific communication. Of
particular interest is work involving the low-bandwidth scientific
community in remote areas, streaming of scientific lectures, open
source technologies and e-learning with math on the Web.


YOU ARE WELCOME TO SUBMIT A PAPER, SEMINAR OR DEMONSTRATION!
      Contact e-mail: <canessae@ictp.trieste.it>


The tentative programme is available at

         http://www-dft.ts.infn.it/mathml

There is no registration fee for attending the workshop.

The Workshop is hosted at the Abdus Salam International Centre for
Theoretical Physics, Trieste, Italy.

Organizing Committee 
  Giorgio Pastore - Dept of Theoretical Phys, Univ of Trieste, Italy
  Enrique Canessa - ICTP,Trieste, Italy
  Odd Bringslid - Buskerud University College, Kongsberg, Norway 


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