[Irl-dean] ASK-IT Conference

Frank Mulcahy fmulcahy at iol.ie
Tue May 2 13:34:28 IST 2006

See information below.


Frank Mulcahy,
2 Castle Village Court,
Co. Kildare

Tel.: +353 (0)1 627 1314
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Dear Sir, Madam,

The ASK-IT International conference, which will take place in Nice on the 
French Riviera from 26-27 October 2006, marks the two year point of this EU 
research funded project and the conference will provide the opportunity to 
take stock of the progress made in ASK-IT so far. It will also provide a 
unique occasion for different stakeholders, whether it be telecom providers, 
industry, user representatives, research institutes or local authorities, to 
gather together to discuss the role of Information Communication Technology 
in aiding and improving the everyday lives of mobility impaired people. It 
will include high level speakers and experts from around the world who will 
look at various issues, such as making content accessible, accessible tools 
and Ambient Intelligence. The conference will provide state-of-the-art 
information on accessibility initiatives in Europe and beyond.

More information about the event can be found via the ASK-IT project website
(http://www.ask-it.org/conference/ASKIT_Callforpapers.php) while the actual 
agenda can also be downloaded in PDF format

We welcome high quality contributions from a variety of stakeholders from 
across Europe and beyond for all sessions. The deadline for submissions is 
31 May. Abstracts should not be longer than two pages. Submissions will be 
reviewed by the Scientific Committee and you will be notified of the outcome 
in June. You can either submit an abstract by filling in the form provided 
in the PDF and attach the abstract, or do so online via the ASK-IT website:

Best regards,
Mr. Karel Van Isacker
e-ISOTIS Project manager
Mobile: (GR) +30 6942 868812
Mobile: (B) +32 496 334056
Phone: +30 210 2693760
Fax: +30 210 2693775
Skype: karel-isotis
Website: www.e-isotis.org

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