Call for papers, XML London 2013

Calling all XProc aficionados.

The XML London 2013 conference takes place on 15/16th June 2013 at
University College London.

We are looking for speakers for this event. Speakers go for free.

Call for papers is open and closes 15th March.

Submissions do not HAVE to be final papers by that date, extended
abstracts which succinctly describe the contents of a final paper will

If successful, final / polished papers will need to be completed by 15th May.

The conference has themed topics. However, papers of outstanding quality
or novelty are ALWAYS welcome at XML London, regardless of whether they
fit into any of the conference theme topics.

The conference theme topics are as follows:

Applied XML
  Real life use cases of where XML technologies have been beneficial.

Document Databases
  The future of search across structured and unstructured data.

Financial Markup
  The role of XML in finance and trading.

Semantic Web
  XML working with Linked Data, Ontologies, Topologies, Graphs.

Teaching XML
  XML tech is cool, why so? what can it do for people who are not using it?

XML Elephant
  Coping with and processing huge volumes of XML and Big Data effectively.

XML Librarian
  Publishing content to books, the web and a world of gadgets.

For more information, please visit the XML London website:


XML London team

Received on Saturday, 16 February 2013 21:44:45 UTC