Internationalization and Unicode® Conferences
For information about the next Internationalization and Unicode Conference,
including program, registration, and hotel information, please visit the
Internationalization and Unicode Conferences website.
About the Conferences
The Internationalization and Unicode Conferences
Object Management Group (OMG),
and held annually in the San Francisco Bay Area.
They are of great
value to engineers implementing the Unicode Standard, and anyone
working on the internationalization of software or engaged in
furthering research into the representation of historic languages
and symbols by computers. A variety of tutorials and conference
sessions cover current topics related to recent advances in Unicode,
the web, software, and internationalization. Participants can learn
about new developments in the representation of human languages and
in the implementation of Unicode-related standards.
Internationalization and Unicode Conferences are the ideal place
to interact and exchange ideas with others in the field of
internationalization and language support, including experts,
implementers, educators, clients and vendors. The interactive format
makes the Internationalization and Unicode Conferences a great place
to meet leading experts, find out about the needs of the worldwide
users of software, or find out what Unicode-enabled products are
For more information about the conferences and OMG, and to
check opportunities for sponsorship or exhibiting, see the
and Unicode Conferences website.
Information About Previous Conferences
For information about previous Internationalization and Unicode Conferences managed
by OMG starting from 2006, including all of the programs, see previous conferences.
For information about
earlier conferences and workshops held from 1991 through 2005, see
early conferences and workshops.
Unicode Bulldog Award
The Unicode Bulldog Award winners
are announced each year at the Internationalization
and Unicode Conference. Those awards are given to outstanding contributors, to recognize
their extraordinary efforts to promote the Unicode Standard and other the internationalization standards
and projects of the Unicode Consortium.