WWW2003 Logo
background gradient image

Read before
Budapest

News

Invitation

Programme

Registration
(normal fee
for all)

- Tours
- Hotels

WWW2003
Venue

Final poster
submission

Permission &
Release Forms

Volunteer
Information

Privacy
Statement

Conference
Committee

Invited
Speakers

Sponsorship/
Exhibition Opportunities

About
Hungary

Previous WWW
Conferences

Contact Us

WWW2003
Home

Gradient background image   http://www2003.org

Gradient background image

The Twelfth International World Wide Web Conference 
20-24 May 2003, Budapest, HUNGARY 


Gradient background image

Call for Participation
Tutorials and Workshop Program
WWW2003
The Twelth International World Wide Web Conference

Budapest, Hungary

May 20-24, 2003

Tutorial Information - Workshop Information - Chair Information

Call for Tutorial Proposals

We invite proposals for tutorials to be held during the first day of the conference.

Important dates:

  • Proposal submission deadline: October 15, 2002
  • Proposer notification: November 15, 2002
  • Tutorials: May 20, 2003

Tutorial topics may be at a beginning or intermediate level, but should appeal to a wide number of conference participants.

Tutorial proposals are desired for both half-day and full-day sessions on topics of current and ongoing relevance to Web design, services, operation, use, and evaluation. Areas of interest include, but are not limited to:

  • XML technologies
  • Usability/Interface Design
  • Web Metrics
  • Information Architecture
  • Graphics and Multimedia
  • E-commerce and E-payments
  • Server and Client-Side Scripting
  • Mobile Systems
  • Internationalization
  • Open Software Development
  • Security and Privacy
  • Semantic Web
  • SOAP
  • Web Accessibility
  • Web-based Education
  • Metadata/Information Retrieval

Other topics expected to be of special interest and relevance at the time of WWW2003 are also encouraged.

The following partial list of conference tracks should provide an idea of the breadth of conference attendance:

  • Applications
  • Browsers and User Interfaces
  • Electronic Commerce
  • Hypermedia
  • Mobility and Wireless Access
  • Multimedia
  • Practice & Experience
  • Performance and Reliability
  • Search and Data Mining
  • Security and Privacy
  • Semantic Web
  • Education
  • Web Services
  • Global Community (includes culture & society and internationalization)
  • Web Engineering (software engineering applied to the Web)

Submissions:

If you are interested in organizing a tutorial, please e-mail your proposal to:

All proposals must include:

  • Tutorial title
  • Presenter contact information
  • Aims/Learning objectives
  • Duration (half or full day; if full day, could it scaled to half-day if necessary?)
  • Scope (general topic area); Relevance to Spring 2003 time frame
  • Keywords
  • Target audience
  • Prerequisite knowledge of audience
  • Tutorial abstract (1-2 paragraphs suitable for inclusion in conference registration materials)
  • Full description (1-2 pages to be used for evaluation)
  • Tutorial history
  • Why you believe your tutorial will attract at least 25 participants in Spring 2003
  • Presenter biography
  • Relevant references

Back to top

Call for Workshops Proposals

We invite proposals for workshops to be held during the first day of the conference.

Important dates:

  • Proposal submission deadline: October 15, 2002
  • Proposer notification: November 15, 2002
  • Individual workshop submissions deadline: January 15, 2003
  • Individual submitters notification: February 1, 2003
  • Workshops: May 20, 2003

WWW2003 workshops are intended to provide a forum for highly interactive discussion on focused topics. Workshop proposals should address current Web-related issues which can benefit from small-group information exchange and discussion. Attendance at past workshops has been limited in order to promote interactivity. Workshop organizers are responsible for determining whether the workshop will be open registration or by invitation-only. Workshop organizers are responsible for conducting, if appropriate, their own "Workshop Call for Participation." The WWW2003 site will link to these CFPs.

Workshops may appeal to a wide audience or more specialized communities, but should be able to attract at least 25 participants in Spring 2003

Submissions:

If you are interested in giving a workshop, please e-mail your proposal to:

All proposals must include:

  • A two-paragraph description of the workshop topic and content
  • A statement of the workshop's anticipated outcome
  • A statement why you believe the workshop topic to be important to the Web in the Spring 2003 timeframe
  • A statement stating whether your workshop will have a separate application process, i.e., if participants must specifically apply to the workshop organizers. (In the latter case, you will need to help manage the registration process.)
  • If workshop submissions will be solicited, a description of how these submissions will be evaluated
  • Why you believe your workshop will attract at least 25 people to Budapest in Spring 2003
  • A short description of your qualifications relative to the topic area including your past experience in organizing/facilitating workshops

Back to top

Tutorials and Workshops Co-Chairs

Back to top




Service provided by dsd.sztaki.hu

Conference
Sponsors


IHM
Gradient background image
Hungary Tourism
Gradient background image
IBM Research
Gradient background image
Alvarion
Gradient background image
AT&T Labs
Gradient background image
ERCIM
Gradient background image
W3C Logo
Gradient background image
NIIF
Gradient background image
Voa News
Gradient background image

 

Conference
Partners

Gradient image
Ifip Logo
W3C Logo

 

Gradient background image