ICCC/IFIP Electronic Publishing in the 3rd Millennium (Aug 17-19)

Stevan Harnad harnad at cogito.ecs.soton.ac.uk
Sat Jun 10 06:03:09 EST 2000


        ELECTRONIC PUBLISHING IN THE THIRD MILLENNIUM
        Electronic Publishing 2000

        http://www.albertina.ru/elpub2000/

The ICCC (International Council for Computer Communications) in
conjunction with IFIP (International Federation for Information
Processing) is pleased to announce the Fourth ICCC/IFIP Conference on
Electronic Publishing to be held in Svetlogorsk/Kaliningrad, Russia
17-19 August 2000. The title of this year's Conference is Electronic
Publishing 2000 - Electronic Publishing in the Third Millennium.

The conference will be concerned with electronic publishing both for
specialist audiences and for the general public. There will be two
parallel tracks. The first track will include case studies,
presentations of projects and presentations of implemented electronic
publishing. It will also include presentation of electronic books, XML,
copyrights, etc. The second track will concentrate on technical issues
such as file formats, retrieval issues, etc.

A major underlying theme of the ICCC/IFIP Electronic Publishing
conferences is the promotion of "exchange of experience" of the
participants - especially among academic researches in the area,
publishers, media representatives and others with practical
experience.  All papers are refereed to ensure high quality.

KEYNOTE SPEAKER

We are particularly pleased to welcome our invited speaker: 
Stevan Harnad, Professor of Cognitive Science, Department of
Electronics and Computer Science (University of Southampton, UK)

TARGET AUDIENCE

The Conference is aimed at anyone involved in the production, provision
or use of Electronic Publishing and/or its products, or the academic
study of these activities.

This includes (but is not limited to):  mass-media, publishers,
providers of net services; providers of support services for
e-publishing; information professionals; librarians; information
consultants; all academics in information and publishing studies; and
others with an interest in any aspect of e-publishing and the provision
of public information.

A truly international Conference with speakers from 10 countries and
expect delegates from even more. Brazil, Canada, Italy, Germany,
Portugal, Russia, Spain, Sweden, UK, and the USA

The working language of the Conference is English.

Thursday 17 August 07.00 - 08.30 Breakfast 08.30 - 12.30 Registration
12.30-14.00 Lunch 14.00 - 15.30

OPENING PLENARY SESSION

Welcome Speech:  NN Rector, Kaliningrad State University Vera Zabotkina
Vice-rector Kaliningrad State University, Chairman Organising committee

           KEYNOTE SPEECH:

           OPEN ARCHIVING FOR AN OPEN SOCIETY:
           Freeing the Scholarly and Scientific Research
           Literature Online Through Public Self-Archiving

Stevan Harnad, Professor of Cognitive Science Department of Electronics
and Computer Science University of Southampton, UK
http://www.arl.org/scomm/subversive/toc.html
http://www.dlib.org/dlib/december99/12harnad.html

15.30 - 16.00 Coffee-break 16.00 - 18.00

JOINT SESSION ELECTRONIC JOURNALS/AFTERWARDS QUESTIONS, DEBATE

Sely Costa - Changes in the dissemination process within the scholarly
world: the impact of electronic publishing on scholarly communities of
academic social scientists - University of Braslia, Brazil

Dianne Nelson - The uptake of electronic journals by the academic
community in the UK and their potential impact on scholarly research
and publication - University of the West of England, Bristol, UK

Frank Clasquin - Electronic Publishing / Agency Products -
Swets/Blackwell - Moscow, Russia

19.00 - Evening Event Friday 18 August 07.00 - 08.30 Breakfast

08.30 - 10.30 Track 1 NEW PUBLISHING MODELS/USER NEEDS

Colin Charlton - Exploiting Web based Electronic Publishing in the
service of regional development:  lessons from experience - The
University of Liverpool, UK

M.G Kreines - Information Technology "Key To Text" for Semantic search
and indexing of textual information - an essential tool for Electronic
Publishing - Moscow Medical Academy, Russia

K.I Kostenko - Universal System for Creating and Applying of Electronic
Encyclopedias for Internet - Kuban state university Krasnodar, Russia

Track 2 NEW PUBLISHING MODELS/EDUCATION

Alexey Kharitonov - Combined Cd-Internet Approach to the Creation of
Electronic Manuals in History- "Clio Soft" Moscow, Russia

Dennis Moser - Developments Towards a New Digital Publishing Model -
Texas Medical Center, Houston, TX, USA

Julia S.  Balaisis - Electronic Media in a Global Educational Context -
Cardinal Carter High School, Ontario, Canada

10.30 - 11.00 Coffee-break 11.00 - 12.30

Track 1 DIGITAL LIBRARY/DISSERTATIONS/PRESERVATION

Yvonne Hultman Ozek- Electronic publishing of doctoral dissertations,
copyright issues and how to deal with the problems - Lund University
Library/NetLab, Sweden

Andrew Large - Electronic publishing for the preservation and
dissemination of rare manuscript material - McGill University Montreal,
Canada

Track 2 NEW PUBLISHING MODELS/XML

Ann Apps - XML: Using an Evolving Standard in Electronic Publishing -
University of Manchester, UK - Ulf Jansson - XML took us to interactive
3D - AerotechTelub Information and Media, Vxj, Sweden

14.00 - 15.30

Track 1 ELECTRONIC JOURNALS/CASE STUDIES

Ana Alice Baptista - The use of Qualified Dublin Core in the semantic
description of an on-line journal: the case of Informattica Online -
Universidade do Minho, Guimaraes, Portugal

Paul Pavey - The Development of an On-line Submission and Peer Review
System - The University of Nottingham, UK

Track 2 NEW PUBLISHING MODELS/PUBLISHER NEEDS

Martin Delp - Service Engineering for Publishers: Systematic
Development of new Services in the publishing field - Fraunhofer IAO,
Stuttgart, Germany

Wolf Engelbach - International Co-operation in the Media Industry
Situation and Guidelines in the Age of Electronic Publishing -
Fraunhofer Institut fr Arbeitswirtschaft und Organisation, Stuttgart,
Germany

15.30 - 16.00 Coffee-break 16.00 - 18.00

Joint session - IS THE ELECTRONIC BOOK HERE TO STAY?/ QUESTIONS, DEBATE

James Dearnley - Paperless paperbacks: a pilot evaluation of two
portable electronic books at Loughborough University - Loughborough
University, Leicestershire, UK

Klaus Kreulich - Improving Individual Book Publishing Concepts with XML
Schema - Technische Universitat Chemnitz, Institut fur Print- und
Medientechnik, Germany

18.30 - 19.30 Conference Dinner 19.30 - 20.30 Leisure time 19.00 --
Concert Saturday 19 August 07.00 - 08.30 Breakfast 08.30 - 10.30

Track 1 LEGAL ISSUES/COPYRIGHT

David L.  Langenberg - Electronic Publishing and the Evolving
Intellectual Property Regime - University of Delaware, Newark, USA

Liubov Erokhina - Internet and the Problem of Intellectual Property -
International Office, Kaliningrad State University, Russia

Stefano Valentino - The "cyber-newspaper" and the European Community
Law - The law of information in the Internet Era (An exemple of
technical, sociological and legal analysis of e-publishing) - Europe
Information Service Bruxelles/Mediacamere, Rome, Italy

Track 2 NEW PUBLISHING MODELS/XML/RETRIEVAL

Henning Lobin - From Open Source to Open Information:  Collaborative
methods in creating XML-based markup languages - Justus Liebig
University Giessen, Germany

Jaime Delgado - XML:  More than an e-publishing language - Universitat
Pompeu Fabra, Barcelona, Spain

Rustam Usmanov - A Model for Uniform Distributed Search for
Heterogeneous Electronic Resources - State Technical University
St.Petersburg, Russia

10.30 - 11.00 Coffee-break 11.00 - 12.30

Track 1 DIGITAL LIBRARY/ARCHIVING FOR THE FUTURE

Mats Dahlstrom - Document architecture and scholarly hypertext editions
- University College of Boras, Sweden Krister Persson - The Cultural
Project - The Swedish Royal Web Archive - The Royal Library, National
Library of Sweden

Track 2 NEW PUBLISHING MODELS/MULTIMEDIA

Stephen Webb - The possibilities for using SMIL in an educational
extranet - University of Northumbria at Newcastle, UK

Alexandre Stavitski - Electronic map-based vocabularies: Stages of
creation and publishing - Centre of engineering technologies ?CS Trade
Ltd?, Kaliningrad, Russia

12.30 - 14.00 Lunch 14.00 - 15.30

Extra-Session with invited speakers from KSU

Serguei Kornilov - Development of the "RUSSIAN PHILOSOPHY" database
with the remote access - V. Grechishkin - Application of the programme
"www.egroups.com" for publication of scientific articles and
discussions

V.V. Orlenok, V.M.  Litvin, V.A. Gritsenko - CD-journal as the means of
activation of the scientific & research work at the university

15.30 - 16.00 Coffee-break 16.00 - 16.30 Closing Plenary Session 16.30
- 20.00 Leisure time 20.00 - 23.00 Evening event.  Farewell Dinner.

Additional cultural & social program Sunday, 20 August 07.00 - 08.30
Breakfast 09.00 - 11.30 Observing excursion of Kaliningrad City

11.30 - Departure







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