TMRA 2006 "Leveraging the Semantics"
Campus Villa Ida
tutorials@TMRA 10, Oct.
TMRA 2006 11-12, Oct.
September 29, 2006
The proceedings of TMRA will be published by Springer in the LNAI series.
September 29, 2006
Topincs is online for collaborative tm-blogging of TMRA 2006.
July 27, 2006
The registration of TMRA 2006 is open. Please be aware of our early bird registration fees due August, 15th.
Call for Tutorials - TMRA 2006
The TMRA Organization Committee invites tutorial proposals for the 2006 TMRA Conference on Topic Maps Research and Applications. TMRA 2006 will feature half-day introductory to advanced tutorial sessions. The tutorials will be given on Tuesday, October 10 prior to the TMRA regular program. The purpose of the tutorial program is to provide participants with lectures and instruction, on either well established or new cutting-edge topics, relevant to the topic mapping field.
Tutorials must be designed as half-day (three hour) sessions, including a 15 minute break. Providing take-home materials for attendees is encouraged. Tutorial proposals should be one to three pages in manuscript format, including the following information:
- Author name(s)
- Contact information
- Title and length of presentation
- Abstract (brief description of the tutorial)
- Synopsis (description of tutorial goals and outline)
- Brief biography of the presenter
- Previous venues at which this tutorial has been presented
- Intended audience / Prerequisite skills for participants
- Technology requirements for presentation
Tutorials may be on any topic but should be instructional in nature. The main audience of the tutorials should be early adopters of topic maps technologies. Compensation for teaching a tutorial includes registration for the full conference and a free copy of the conference proceedings.
If you are interested in presenting a tutorial at TMRA 2006, please send the requested information to Lutz Maicher on behalf of the TMRA organization committee.
Tutorials serve an educational function and are expected to provide perspective on a field of research. They should not focus on any presenters' commercial products. Such presentations may be held through the purchase of slots for the time of the conference. For further information on product presentations and slots please contact Miriam Sühnel.
Author: Lutz Maicher. Last update: 12.04.2006
TMRA 2006 is chaired by Lutz Maicher, Lars Marius Garshol and Alexander Sigel. Please see the program committee