Unicode in Government: Building a Multilingual Infrastructure
Washington D.C., USA, March 31 - April 2, 2004
We invite you to submit papers which define tomorrow's computing, demonstrate best practices in computing today, or articulate problems that must be solved before further advances can occur. Presentations should be geared towards a technical audience.
To submit a paper proposal, please use the form below, or, alternatively submissions can be sent by e-mail to either of the following addresses:
The mail should use ASCII, non-compressed text and the following subject line: Proposal for IUC 25
If desired, a copy of the submission may also be sent by post to:
IUC25 at a Glance
Completed papers due:
Mar. 31-Apr. 2, 2004
25th Internationalization and Unicode Conference
Return to the
IUC25 Call for Papers
1. An abstract of 150-250 words, consisting of:
Also, if this is a paper for an intermediate or advanced audience, please specify what assumptions you are making about the attendees' prior knowledge.
2. A brief biography.
3. The details listed in the form below.
The Conference language is English. All submissions, papers and presentations should be provided in English.
Once your paper is accepted you need to register for the conference. Primary speakers get a discount of 50% off of the conference fee. This substantially reduced conference fee includes full participation at all conference and tutorial sessions, and related conference privileges such as food, beverage and the special event dinner.
For a submission with multiple speakers, please designate the person who is to qualify for the primary speaker discount. The speaker fee must be received by the date given above for Completed Papers Due.
The following form may be used for your submission:
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