XML 2005 Call for Papers Ends May 13 --- Keynotes Announced

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    XML 2005 Call for Papers Ends May 13 - Keynotes Announced



    The XML 2005; "XML-From Syntax to Semantics"; Call for Papers ends
    Friday, May 13. See http://www.xmlconference.org for details.



    Among the topic areas listed on the site, the XML 2005 Planning
    Committee is especially interested in paper submissions representing a
    number of vertical industries such as healthcare, pharmaceutical,
    mobile telephones, insurance, automotive, and more.



    The keynotes for XML 2005 have just been confirmed:

    David Campbell

    Microsoft SQL Server General Manager, Data Engine & Access
    Technologies, Microsoft Corporation

    Steven G. Harris

    Vice President, Java Platform Group, Server Technologies, Oracle
    Corporation

    Jim Hendler

    Professor, University of Maryland & Director of Semantic Web and Agent
    Technology, Maryland Information and Network Dynamics Laboratory

    David Megginson

    Principal, Megginson Technologies Ltd.

    Robert Picciano

    Vice President, Data Management, IBM Corporation



    XML 2005 takes place November 14-18 at the Hilton Atlanta Hotel in
    Atlanta, Georgia, USA.



    XML 2005 is produced by IDEAlliance, http://www.idealliance.org









    Marion L. Elledge

    VP, Information Technologies Programs

    IDEAlliance http://www.idealliance.org



    Watch for upcoming events:



    XTECH 2005 - 24-27 May - Amsterdam, The Netherlands
    http://www.xtech.org



    Extreme 2005 - August 1-5 - Montreal, Quebec, Canada
    http://www.extrememarkup.com



    XML 2005 - November 14-18 - Atlanta, Georgia
    http://www.xmlconference.org
    melledge, May 5, 2005
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