[ba-ohs-talk] Fw: [WWW2002-ANNOUNCE:7] First Announcement of WWW2002 Program
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Subject: [WWW2002-ANNOUNCE:7] First Announcement of WWW2002 Program (02)
> WWW2002 is delighted to unveil many of the program details that will, once
> again, affirm the International World Wide Web Conference as the most
> important and meaningful Web conference of the year. And while much of
> the program is set, there are still many ways you can actively
> participate. Please read on for details and deadlines.
> Our Featured Speakers will include:
> Tim Berners-Lee, W3C Director and...
> Richard DeMillo, VP and CTO of Hewlett-Packard and ...
> Ian Foster, Leader and Innovator in Grid Computing and...
> Pam Samuelson, McArthur Fellow and...
> Alfred Spector, IBM Research VP and...
> Read more about them at: http://www2002.org/speakers.html
> Our International Program Committee has largely completed its work.
> WWW2002 received an increased number of paper submittals, and the
> committee reports that the quality of the accepted papers has gone up once
> again. The full list of accepted refereed papers is available at:
> Many of the Alternate Tracks have also completed their selections, and a
> listing of the accepted papers is online at:
> WWW2002 is committed to providing lively panels around key topics
> surrounding the web and has assembled a full array of panels, including a
> featured panel on The Semantic Grid. Panels are available for review at:
> Information about the world-class pre-conference tutorials and workshops
> are available at:
> http://www2002.org/fulldaytutorials.html (03)
check out the section on XTM. (04)
> And you can learn more about what to expect on Developers Day May 11 at:
> In addition, Tim Berners-Lee will join DevDay 2002, as he did at the
> exceptionally well-received WWW9 DevDay in Amsterdam. People interested
> in proposing to present at DevDay may still contact the DevDay chair or
> DevDay Track Leaders.
> Secure web registration is now available at:
> and it's always best to register early before the Early Bird deadline of
> 28 Feb!
> Wondering how you can more actively participate? WWW2002 is still
> accepting proposals in several important areas.
> Poster proposals highlighting latebreaking work and projects in progress
> can be submitted until February 15 at:
> WWW2002 will be bringing back BoF (Birds of a Feather) sessions. The
> World Organization of Webmasters (WOW), one of our WWW2002 Conference
> Partners, has already scheduled a BoF. You can submit your ideas at:
> The Deadline for submittal of short papers to the Practice & Experience
> track is 28 February.
> The Vendors Track submission deadline is 4 March.
> People interested in proposing to present at DevDay should contact
> And of course, WW2002 welcomes sponsorship from companies interested in
> supporting the development of one Web for everyone. Let us know at
> On behalf of the the entire WWW2002 team, we look forward to welcoming you
> to Hawaii!
> David Lassner
> Conference Chair
> The WWW2002-Announce mailing list is used to notify all interested
> individuals or groups of the latest information on the upcoming Eleventh
> International World Wide Web Conference, WWW2002, formerly referred to as
> WWW11. This email list will be used to send you updates and periodic
> reminders about the WWW2002 conference that will be held in Honolulu,
> Hawaii, USA on 7-11 May 2002. (05)