WWW2002 Program announced
16:12, 15 Feb 2002 UTC | Edd Dumbill

The program for WWW2002, the Eleventh International World Wide Web Conference, is now nearly complete, and has been announced by the conference committee.

WWW2002 will be held in Honolulu, Hawaii, from 7-11 May 2002. Featured speakers include Tim Berners-Lee, Richard DeMillo, Ian Foster and Pamela Samuelson.

The conference has a wide variety of tracks, one of which features refereed papers. Non-refereed tracks include one dedicated to the W3C, Education, Global Community, Telehealth, Practice & Experience, Vendor Track and Web Engineering. In addition, the conference features tutorials and workshops.

WWW2002 concludes with a Developers' Day, which has tracks on Web Services, Semantic Web, Security and the Device-Independent Web.

More information, including booking forms, is available at the WWW2002 web site.

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