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[WWW2002-ANNOUNCE:2] Second CFP for WWW2002 (fwd)

From: Dan Brickley <danbri@w3.org>
Date: Tue, 30 Oct 2001 17:32:42 -0500 (EST)
To: <www-rdf-interest@w3.org>, <www-rdf-logic@w3.org>
Message-ID: <Pine.LNX.4.30.0110301730160.25639-100000@tux.w3.org>

hurry hurry... deadline looms...

WWW2002 is a great forum to showcase your RDF / Semantic Web tools,
projects, research. Hope to see a bunch of you there,

Dan


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Date: Tue, 30 Oct 2001 12:25:15 -1000
From: WWW2002 Announcements <www2002@www2002.org>
To: WWW2002-ANNOUNCE mailing list <announce@www2002.org>

Aloha!

Just a reminder there are only two weeks left for refereed paper and panel
proposal submissions for the WWW2002 Conference. Do not delay in finding a
way to participate in the world's premier web forum!

Hope to see you in Hawaii,
The WWW2002 Conference Team

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                     SECOND CALL FOR PARTICIPATION
       WWW2002: Eleventh International World Wide Web Conference
                             7-11 May 2002
                          Honolulu, Hawaii USA
                           http://www2002.org

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                      REFEREED PAPER SUBMISSIONS
                           DUE 13 NOV 2001

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The 2002 International World Wide Web Conference will be held 7-11 May
2002 in Honolulu, Hawaii.  Eleventh in the series of prestigious
international WWW conferences, WWW2002 will be the year's premier
conference related to the Web with significant participation from both
academia and industry.  The International WWW Conference Series is managed
by the International World Wide Web Conference Committee (IW3C2) which is
organizing WWW2002 with the University of Hawaii and the Pacific
Telecommunications Council.  The WWW Consortium (W3C) and IFIP Working
Group 6.4 on Internet Applications Engineering are WWW2002 conference
partners.

This conference covers key technical areas related to the Web.  The main
refereed paper section of the conference consists of ten tracks including
applications, browsers and user interfaces, electronic commerce and
security, hypermedia, languages, mobility and wireless access, multimedia,
performance, searching, querying, indexing, and crawling, and semantic
Web. The semantic Web track is new for this year and highlights the
growing importance of this field.  Refereed paper proceedings will be
published by ACM.  Papers for the refereed track must be submitted on-line
13 NOV 2001 to be considered.

In addition to the main refereed paper tracks, there are a set of
alternate tracks covering a variety of areas including education, global
community, telehealth, practice and experience, and Web engineering.  The
conference also includes Poster presentations of breaking work,
preconference Tutorials and Workshops, and a post-conference Developers
Day specially for web developers.  The W3C Advisory Committee will meet
just before WWW2002, and W3C will participate actively in the conference
through the informative and timely W3C Track.

Hawaii's mid-Pacific location and multi-cultural heritage underlie a
physical and social accessibility that make it one of the finest and most
affordable major cities for drawing together colleagues from the Americas,
Asia, Europe, the Pacific and Africa.  Well-known for its natural beauty,
temperate climate and visitor attractions, Hawaii's suitability as a venue
for international meetings, business and technology has been all too often
overshadowed by its more common reputation as an extraordinary resort
destination.

The WWW2002 organizers, partners and volunteers cordially invite your
participation in whatever way best fits your contribution -- from papers,
panel discussions and posters to workshops and tutorials.  The detailed
Call for Participation is available at:
   http://www2002.org/cfp.html where you will find deadlines, procedures,
formats and individual contact information for each aspect of the
conference program.


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