[LINK] AusWeb conference

Antony Barry tony at tony-barry.emu.id.au
Mon Feb 18 17:28:01 EST 2008



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> From: "AusWeb" <ausweb at scu.edu.au>
> Date: 18 February 2008 5:25:02 PM
> To: <tony at tony-barry.emu.id.au>
> Subject: Conference Update Volume 14, Issue 5
> Reply-To: ausweb at scu.edu.au
>
> Conference Update
> Volume 14, Issue 5
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> IN THIS ISSUE
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>
> 1. Final Keynote Speaker and Tutorial confirmed
> 2. Call of Submissions: Papers and Posters
> 3. Early Bird Registration - Open
> 4. About the Ballina and Ramada Hotel and Suites
>
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> 1. Final Keynote Speaker and Tutorial confirmed
> -------------------------------------------------------
> We are pleased to announce the final keynote speaker for AusWeb08.  
> Professor David Lowe, Director, Centre for Real-Time Information  
> Networks (CRIN) at the University of Technology will present on the  
> topic of "Web development: fabrication or orchestration?" Further  
> details are at http://ausweb.scu.edu.au/aw08/conf/keynotes.html
>
> An additional half-day tutorial will be offered on Sunday Morning.  
> Steve Ball, CTO of Packaged Press and Explain, will talk on the  
> subject of Scalable Vector Graphics. The tutorial will give a brief  
> introduction to SVG, and then show how SVG may be used in  
> conjunction with XML, XSLT and XSL-FO in the production of PDF  
> documents, as well as PNGs for Web publishing. Further details at
> http://ausweb.scu.edu.au/aw08/conf/tutorials.html
>
> 2. Call for Submissions: Papers and Posters
> -------------------------------------------------
> If you require more details about making a submission or need to  
> negotiate a late paper please contact the Program Chair, Joanna  
> Richardson <J.Richardson at griffith.edu.au>
>
> While Posters/Edited short papers submissions (http:// 
> ausweb.scu.edu.au/aw08/papers/index.html)
> will officially close on 18th February extensions of time may  
> requested by emailing the Poster Chair, Rod Sims  
> <rod.sims at faculty.capella.edu>
>
> 3. Early Bird Registration - Now Open
> ------------------------------------------
> A reminder that registration is open and to register early to take  
> advantage of the Early Bird rates and secure your choice of  
> accommodation venue (this year there are two on offer). Full online  
> secure registration is available athttps://www.scupayments.com/conf/ 
> aw08/
>
> 4. About Ballina and Ramada Hotel & Suites
> --------------------------------------------------
> Immerse yourself in the natural beauty of the NSW North Coast.  
> Ballina is uniquely Australian, but highly cosmopolitan in its  
> lifestyle attractions and Ramada Hotel & Suites (optional  
> accommodation for this years conference) allows you the chance to  
> unwind and relax and live the carefree lifestyle of the region, if  
> only for a minute! Located in Ballina CBD, so close to shops,  
> businesses & entertainment, children's playground & beaches you  
> will never be short of something to do.
>
> Just minutes from Ballina you will find yourself in the lush  
> rainforest valley of the hinterland, dotted with quaint towns,  
> dairy farms, sugar cane fields, macadamia forests and coffee  
> plantations. A place to restore the senses.With the Richmond River  
> on your doorstep and the lush hinterland behind, you can be as  
> rushed or relaxed as you like. Take a leisurely trip down the  
> Richmond River, go kayaking, hiking or take a day trip to  
> Mullumbimby or Byron Bay.
>
> Regards,
> The AusWeb Team
>
>
> All materials Copyright AusWeb08. The Fourteenth Australasian World  
> Wide Web Conference,Ballina Beach Resort , 5-9 April 2008.
> Contact: Norsearch Conference Services +61 2 66 20 3932 (outside  
> Australia) (02) 6620 3932 (inside Australia) Fax (02) 6626 9317





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