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KDD 2003: Early registration (July 23) - Call for Participation

Osmar Zaiane zaiane at cs.ualberta.ca
Tue Jul 15 18:06:07 EST 2003

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Call for Participation - KDD'2003

The Ninth ACM SIGKDD International Conference on
Knowledge Discovery and Data Mining

Washington, DC, USA. August 24 - 27, 2003


Early registration deadline is July 23.

After July 23, 2003, the registration fees increase by more than $100.
Register on-line. Visit the conference web site.

Conference highlights:

Invited Speakers: 
   - Jim Gray (Microsoft Research) 
   - Daphne Koller (Stanford University) 
   - Andreas Weigend (Amazon.com) 

Technical papers:
   - 34 presentations and 36 posters for research track
   - 13 presentations and 10 posters for industry/government track

   7 tutorials
     - Information Extraction from the World Wide Web 
     - Multi-Relational Data Mining
     - Data Mining for Computer Security
     - Data Mining for Machine Learners
     - Privacy-Preserving Data Mining
     - Sequence Data Mining Techniques and Applications
     - The Top 10 Data Mining Mistakes -- and How to Avoid Them
   9 workshops
     - Workshop on Operational Text Classification 
     - Workshop on Link Analysis 
     - Workshop on Data Mining in Bioinformatics (BIOKDD03) 
     - Workshop on Multi-relational Data Mining (MRDM 2003) 
     - WebKDD2003: WebMining as a Premise to Intelligent and Effective Web Applications 
     - KDD03 Workshop on Data Cleaning, Record Linkage and Object Consolidation 
     - Fractals and Self Similarity in Data Mining: Issues and Approaches 
     - MDM/KDD 2003: Integrated Media Mining 
     - Data Mining Standards, Services and Platforms 

KDD 2003 will be held in Washington DC and will be hosted at 
the Hilton Washington and Towers on 1919 Connecticut Avenue NW in the
middle of the US capital city close to all major attractions.
Washington DC doesn't need publicity. The museums, the historical
buildings, the monuments, the memorials, the historical sites, etc. make it
one of the most attractive cities in the world.

Come and join us at KDD and enjoy your stay in Washington DC.

Please visit our web site for more details about the program.

The registration is on-line. The early-bird registration is before
July 23, 2003.


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Osmar R. ZAIANE, Ph.D.              | office: ATH 352 (Athabasca Hall)
Assistant Professor (Prof. Adjoint) | e-mail:  zaiane at cs.ualberta.ca
Department of Computing Science     | phone : 1-780 492 2860 
University of Alberta               | fax   : 1-780 492 1071 
Edmonton, Alberta, T6G 2E8 Canada   | http://www.cs.ualberta.ca/~zaiane/ 
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