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ELPUB2003: Deadline extension for Registration - 2nd of June

From: Tomoko Yaginuma <elpub2003@dsi.uminho.pt>
Date: Tue, 20 May 2003 17:39:59 +0100
To: www-rdf-interest@w3.org
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************** CALL FOR PARTICIPATION **********************
(We apologize if you receive multiple copies of this call)
Seventh International Conference on Electronic Publishing
                  25-28 June 2003
                  Guimarães, Portugal
                  University of Minho
ELPUB2003 is the 7th International Conference on Electronic Publishing,
co- sponsored by the International Council for Computer Communication
(ICCC) and the International Federation for Information Processing
(IFIP). This scientific annual conference explores a variety of subjects
related to digital information and electronic publishing from both
academic and commercial point of view. The objective of ELPUB2003 is to
bring together researchers, managers, developers, and users working on
the issues related to electronic publishing for public, scientific and
commercial applications. We invite you to attend ELPUB2003 and promise
you that it will be an excellent opportunity to exchange and broaden
your knowledge and experiences of all the hottest topics in the area of
electronic publishing.
A full list of topics is available at
The programme includes:
- Papers’ presentation (General Track and Technical Track)
- Tutorials and Workshops
- Keynote Speakers Presentation
- Open Access Session (sponsored by OSI)
- Special Session (for Portuguese speakers)
- Closing Plenary
Note: Submissions of paper abstracts and posters have been closed. For
more details please have a look at the preliminary programme at
WHO will come?
Elpub2003 is a truly international conference - We are pleased to
announce that it will have speakers from the following 19 countries:
Portugal, Brazil, Canada, Germany, USA, Angola, Austria, Belgium, Czech
Republic, Denmark, Finland, France, India, Netherlands, New Caledonia,
Slovenia, Spain, Sweden and UK. 
They will speak about the state of the art research in their field of
research (please have a look at
http://www.dsi.uminho.pt/elpub2003/programme.htm for more information).
Furthermore, the special sessions will include the following speakers
from Portugal, Brazil, Canada, Germany and USA:
- José Borbinha (Biblioteca Nacional, Portugal)
- Renato Sabbatini (UNICAMP, Brazil)
- Leslie Chan (Bioline International, University of Toronto, Canada)
- Roland Schwänzl (University of Osnabrück, Germany)
- Melissa Hagemann (Open Society Institute, USA)
- Mary Barton (MIT Libraries – DSpace at MIT, USA)
- Vicky Reich (LOCKSS Program; Stanford Libraries, USA)
- David Rosenthal (LOCKSS Program; Stanford Libraries, USA)
Registration for the conference, tutorial/workshops, etc. has started.
You can download the registration form via:
Special rates for accommodation and day trips are also offered.
Registration fees include proceedings, lunches, coffee breaks and
conference dinner.
Note: Different registration fees apply before and after the 2nd of
June, 2003.
The tutorials/workshops are planned on the first day, the 25th (Wed) of
June, 2003. All the other sessions will be held on the 26th (Thu) and
27th (Fri). Conference dinner (free for all the participants) is planned
for Thursday (26th) evening. Full details of programme will be shortly
available at: http://www.dsi.uminho.pt/elpub2003/programme.htm.
For more information, please visit the conference official website
(http://www.dsi.uminho.pt/elpub2003/) or e-mail to the Organizing
Committee (elpub2003@dsi.uminho.pt).
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