Deborah Anderson - Department of Linguistics, UC Berkeley
Deborah is currently a Researcher in the Department of Linguistics at UC Berkeley, involved in the creation and review of Unicode proposals for ancient Indo-European scripts. She received her Ph.D. from the UCLA Indo-European Studies Program (with a specialization in linguistics). Upon completion of her degree, she was a lecturer at UCLA and a contributor to the etymological entries in the American Heritage Dictionary (third edition). Deborah also worked on various software projects for Inso Corporation. She currently edits a publication from UCLA, the Indo-European Studies Bulletin, which is being converted to an online version using XML and Unicode.
|When the world wants to talk, it speaks Unicode|
International Unicode Conferences are organized by Global Meeting Services, Inc., (GMS).
GMS is pleased to be able to offer the International Unicode Conferences under an exclusive
license granted by the Unicode Consortium. All responsibility for conference finances and
operations is borne by GMS. The independent conference board serves solely at the pleasure
of GMS and is composed of volunteers active in Unicode and in international software
development. All inquiries regarding International Unicode Conferences should be addressed
Unicode and the Unicode logo are registered trademarks of Unicode, Inc. Used with permission.
5 September 2001, Webmaster