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Tutorials/Workshops/Developers Day at WWW 2002 - 11th International WWW Conference

From: H. Holger Rath <holger.rath@empolis.com>
Date: Mon, 04 Mar 2002 08:40:07 +0100
Message-Id: <200203040742.CAA07181@tux.w3.org>
To: www-rdf-rules@w3.org
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We'd like to invite you to attend WWW2002.  This message includes 
brief information about the conference, tutorials, workshops and 
Developers Day.

WWW2002 - 11th International WWW Conference
Sheraton Waikiki Hotel - Honolulu, Hawaii, USA
May 7-11, 2002

Beginning with the first International WWW Conference in 1994, this 
prestigious series of the International World Wide Web Conference 
Committee (IW3C2) provides a refereed forum for WWW research.  It 
also provides a public forum for the WWW Consortium (W3C) through the 
annual W3C track.

WORKSHOPS (http://www2002.org/fulldayworkshops.html)
Workshops and tutorials take place on the first day before the conference.

     * Semantic Web Workshop
     * Workshop On Mobile Search
     * Second International Workshop on Web Dynamics
     * E-Learning : Learning Objects & Standards
     * Real world RDF and Semantic Web applications
     * Web Content Accessibility Summit
     * DNS I18N (IDN) Implementors' Workshop 2002

TUTORIALS (http://www2002.org/halfdaytutorials.html and 
     * Meeting the Challenges of Web Applications Development: The Web 
Engineering Approach
     * Web Service Composition
     * Developing Wireless Applications with Java
     * Security
     * Experience Design
     * Managing the Growth, Maintainability and Quality of Web 
Applications: The Web Engineering Approach
     * Service Composition Techniques
     * Web Services Security
     * Capacity Planning
     * XML and Data Management
     * SVG
     * SMIL 2.0
     * XTM - XML Topic Maps

DEVELOPERS DAY (http://www2002.org/devday.html)
Developers Day takes place on the last day of the conference.  It is 
devoted to the interests of Web developers, offering in-depth 
discussions of technologies and tools at the forefront of the Web.

     * Protocols, the Web, and Web Services
     * The Semantic Web
     * Security
     * Device-Independent Web

CONFERENCE PROGRAM (http://www2002.org/program.html)
The conference has a formal refereed papers track, as well as several 
alternate tracks.  Papers presented in the alternate tracks are also 

Alternate Tracks:
     * W3C Track (Prepared by the World Wide Web Consortium)
     * Education
     * Global Community (includes culture & society and internationalization)
     * Practice & Experience
     * Web Engineering
     * Telehealth
     * Vendors Track
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