TMRA 2008 "Subject-centric Computing"
++ place ++ Campus Villa Ida, Leipzig, Germany ++ date ++ 15 -17 October 2008
14 October 2008
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Call for Tutorials - TMRA 2008
We cordially invite tutorial proposals for TMRA 2008 - Fourth International Conference on Topic Maps Research and Applications. Due to the success of the last years, TMRA 2008 will feature a full day of tutorial sessions, branded as tutorials@TMRA 2008.
Tutorials@TMRA 2008 will take place on Wednesday, 15 October 2008 prior to
the regular TMRA 2008 program.The purpose of the tutorial program is to provide participants with lectures and instructions, on either well established or new cutting-edge topics, relevant to the topic mapping field. Tutorials@TMRA is the opportunity to teach your advanced technology to an interested audience.
Tutorials should preferably be designed as half-day (three hour) sessions, including a 15 minute break. Providing take-home materials for attendees is encouraged, but not obligatory. Three parallel slots are foreseen, so the maximum number of tutorials is limited to six. Tutorial proposals should be one to three pages in manuscript format, including the following information:
- Author name(s)
- Contact information
- Title and length of presentation
- Abstract (brief description of the tutorial)
- Synopsis (description of tutorial goals and outline)
- Brief biography of the presenter
- Previous venues at which this tutorial has been presented
- Intended audience / Prerequisite skills for participants
- Technology requirements for presentation
If you are interested in presenting a tutorial at TMRA 2008, please send the requested information to Lutz Maicher on behalf of the TMRA program committee. Submission deadline is extended to 20 June 2008.
No royalties can be paid for the presenter. Compensation for teaching a tutorial includes registration for the full conference and a free copy of the conference proceedings.
Author: Lutz Maicher. Last update: 2008-05-15. trackback URL.Disclaimer