[Air-l] FW: Call for participation in CCCT '05: Sponsored by the University of Texas at Austin

Homero Gil de Zuniga hgildezuniga at wisc.edu
Mon Mar 14 18:55:00 PST 2005

Maybe some of you are interested on this one... 

Subject: Call for participation in CCCT '05: Sponsored by the University of
Texas at Austin

On behalf of the Organizing Committee of the 3rd. International Conference
on Computing, Communication and Control Technologies: CCCT '05, we are
pleased to invite you to participate in this event that will be held on
July 24-27, 2005 in Austin, Texas, USA (Silicon Hills), under the auspices
and with the sponsorship of the Center for Lifelong Engineering Education
of The University of Texas at Austin (http://www.utexas.edu).

Important Dates:

Paper Submission: March 30

Invited Sessions Proposal: March 30

Notification of Acceptance: April 20th.

Final Camera Ready Manuscript due: May 04th.

We would like you to participate in the research area of your interest
included in the topics of our conference. You can get more details on CCCT
'05 on the Conference web-site at:

If you wish to participate, you can do it either by submitting a paper in
the area of your research interest and/or organizing an invited session. As
invited session organizer you are autonomous, so you will be in charge of
promoting your session, reviewing the papers collected by you, appointing
the possible additional reviewers for the session papers, accepting invited
papers or talks (i.e. non reviewed papers), chairing your session and
appointing your co-organizer/co-chair. If interested, you can fill the form
provided in the conference web page at:

Also, we would like to inform you that the best 10% of the papers will be
published in WMSCI Journal (http://www.iiisci.org/Journal/SCI/Home.asp),
the hard copy version of it will be it will be sent to the 200 largest
university libraries.

The conference 's Call for papers is available in the following link:
http://www.iiisconfer.org/ccct05/website/CallForPapers.asp .

We are looking forward to meet you at CCCT '05 Conference, in Austin, Texas.


Prof. Hsing-Wei Chu
CCCT '05 General Chair

Homero Gil de Zuniga
Project Assistant for the Journalism & Mass Communication Department
PO Box 260022
53726 Madison
     e-mail: hgildezuniga at wisc.edu   
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