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ANNONCEMENT: deegree day 2006 - Call for Papers

Hans Plum
-- sorry for cross posting once again --

deegree day 2006 – Call for Papers

Bonn  April 13, 2006.   After 5 years of continuous growth the deegree
project currently provides the most comprehensive implementation of
OGC/ISO standards in the Free Software world. To support the community
process the  first get together of users and developers will be held on
June 8, 2006, at the University of Bonn. deegree day is designed to be a
platform for interaction between users and developers, and knowledge
exchange. Developers will present both current and upcoming features.
Users have the opportunity to report on latest project solutions.
Pressing open issues in technology, communication, and project
organization will be discussed on deegree day.

The preliminary agenda covers plenary sessions and parallel work shop
tracks, including presentations, tutorials and discussion.

Call for Papers

We invite you to submit papers to be presented at deegree day.  Papers
should be of general interest to the conference participants and be
related to the deegree project. This is a good chance to document your
project results and your expertise and to discuss solution strategies
with experts and users.

Please send your abstract to: [hidden email]

Abstracts should be a maximum of 1000 words and are due no latter than
May 11, 2006. Proposals will be evaluated by the programme committee and
those accepted will be included in the online Conference proceedings.

Programme Committee

Lars Bernard, Joint Research Center, Ispra
Klaus Greve, Bonn University
Kai-Uwe Krause, HafenCity University Hamburg
Karl-Heinz Spies, Wupperverband
Alexander Zipf, University of Applied Science Mainz

Further information on deegree day:

contact:  [hidden email].

We look forward to seeing everyone in June.

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