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Fifth International World Wide Web Conference

The Fifth International World Wide Web (WWW) Conference will take place in Paris, France, on 6-10 May 1996. The five-day event is being organized by the French National Institute for Research in Computer Sciences and Robotics (INRIA), in cooperation with the European Commissio...

6 May 1996 - 6 May 1996
France

The Fifth International World Wide Web (WWW) Conference will take place in Paris, France, on 6-10 May 1996. The five-day event is being organized by the French National Institute for Research in Computer Sciences and Robotics (INRIA), in cooperation with the European Commission, the European Research Consortium for Informatics and Materials (ERCIM) and the WWW Consortium.

The conference will bring together users, developers and researchers working with the World Wide Web. The programme comprises tutorials and workshops (6 May) and a technical programme (7-9 May) which will include reviewed paper presentations, invited speakers, state-of-the-art reports and panels. An SME Forum, jointly sponsored by the European Commission's Information Technologies (ESPRIT) and Telematics Applications programmes (DG III and DG XIII respectively), will take place on 9-10 May. The SME Forum will feature a series of events demonstrating how small- and medium-sized companies (SMEs) can do business on the WWW.

A "Developer's Day", covering up-to-date technology issues, is being organized for 10 May, while a three-day exhibition (8-10 May) will display the latest equipment, systems, software, services, applications, literature and other products of importance to the World Wide Web.
For further details, please contact:

INRIA
Domaine de Voluceau
Rocquencourt BP 105
F-78153 Le Chesnay Cedex
Tel. +33-1-39635511; Fax +33-1-39635330
E-mail: www5-info@inria.fr

Further information can be found on the World Wide Web at the following URL:

http://www5conf.inria.fr/welcome.html

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