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Unicode Implementors Workshop, Sulzbach (Taunus) Germany

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                       UNICODE / ISO 10646
                     IMPLEMENTERS WORKSHOP #4
                       December 3 & 4 1992
                    Sulzbach (Taunus) Germany
 
 
This is an announcement for the upcoming fourth workshop in a series of
workshops on implementing the Unicode Standard and sponsored by the
Unicode Consortium.  This is the first time the workshop is being
offered in Europe.  Should you not be able to attend yourself, please
pass this notice on to somebody else who might be interested in
attending this workshop.
 
Unicode:
   Unicode is an international character encoding standard that
   encompasses all the world's national scripts in a 16bit code space.
   Unicode is a profile of the International Standard ISO 10646.
   Supported by most major computer and software vendors, Unicode greatly
   facilitates the development of internationally accepted software.  All
   currently used character sets can be transferred to Unicode.
 
Target Audience:
   Software developers, technical writers, managers or engineers
   developing or considering development of software for the international
   market.
 
Date and Time:
   December 3 and 4, 1992, 9am - 5pm
 
Location:
   The workshop will be held at the Holiday Inn in the German town of
   Sulzbach (Taunus).
 
Agenda:
   December 3 will feature a full day, professionally developed,
   lecture course covering the Goals and Architecture of the Unicode
   Standard.  It will address the problems posed by support for writing
   systems worldwide and how Unicode's design enables their solution.
   In addition, the course will explore several implementation strategies
   for Unicode and illustrate them with specific examples.  December 4
   will feature invited papers on implementation aspects of Unicode and
   its relation to other standards.  These seminar-style talks will cover
   specific, practical problems and point out solutions, as well as
   provide case studies and demonstrations of Unicode implementations
   underway.
 
Speakers:
 
   Introductory Course
        Glenn Adams,
        Metis Technology, Inc. & The Institute for Advanced
        Professional Studies
 
   Keynote Address
        Gvtz H. Siebrecht
        General Manager
        Unisys Deutschland GmbH
 
   Unicode and 10646
        Isai Scheinberg
        IBM Corporation-Canada
 
   Program Migration to Unicode
        Alan Barrett
        Lotus Development Ireland
 
   Non-Spacing Marks
        Mark Davis
        Taligent, Inc.
 
   Operating System Support (Windows N/T)
        Michel Suignard
        Microsoft Europe
 
   Codeset Conversions
        Lloyd Honomichl
        Novell, Inc.
 
   Unicode In the XPG/Posix Model
        Gary Miller
        IBM Corporation
 
   Collating Unicode Data
        Alain La Bonti
        Ministry of Communications, Quebec
 
   Unicode Support in the Application Development Tool Kit
        Tuoc Vinh Luong
        Borland International
 
   Internationalization in Windows Past and Future
        Bill Hall
        Novell, Inc.
 
   Unicode and Print Servers
        Tadao Yamasaki
        IBM Corporation/Pennant
 
   Unicode/UCS: What does it mean for the European environment?
        J|rgen Bettels
        Digital Switzerland
 
   Practical Experience with Unicode Bidi Algorithms
        Alex Morcos
        Microsoft Corporation
 
   Unicode and Network Internationalization
        Wayne Taylor
        Novell, Inc.
 
Proceedings:
   A complete set of notes will be provided for the course at no extra
   charge.
 
Hotel:
   The workshop will be held at the Holiday Inn, Sulzbach (Taunus),
   Germany.  The conference rate for a single room is DM 165 per night
   which includes breakfast.  Lunch and dinner on December 3, and lunch on
   December 4 are included in the conference registration fee.  Room
   arrangements should be made directly with the hotel, requesting the
   Unicode Workshop rate.
 
        Reservations    +49-6196-763810
	Fax             +49-6196-72996
 
Registration:
   To register, please complete the registration form to the right
   and send together with a check, or credit card information, to
   either of the locations below.
 
   Cancellations must be received by November 27, 1992 and will
   carry a DM 50 (US$37) cancellation fee.
 
Contacts:
   European Contact:
        Unicode Implementer's Workshop
	c/o Unisys Deutschland GmbH
	Frau Helga Mifka/ML
        Postfach 1110
	D-6231 Sulzbach (Taunus)
        Germany
		Phone:  +49-6196-991259
		Fax:    +49-6196-991860
 
   U.S./Canada Contact:
        Unicode Implementer's Workshop
	Classic Consulting, International
	2249 LeClair Drive
	Coquitlam, British Columbia
        V3K 6P6  Canada
		Phone:  604-931-7600
		Fax:    604-937-5898
		E-mail: [log in to unmask]
 
Registration form:
 
	Name: ________________________________________
 
	Company: _____________________________________
 
	Address: _____________________________________
 
	City: ________________________________________
 
	Country: _____________________________________
 
	Postal Code: _________________________________
 
	Phone: _______________________________________
 
	Fax: _________________________________________
 
	    Non Member:
                	DM 550______    US$370______
 
	    Unicode Member:
                	DM 450______    US$300______
 
	__ Check Enclosed  __ AMEX    __ Visa    __ MC
 
	Card#: ________________________ Exp Date:_____
 
	Signature: ___________________________________
 
	Make checks payable to Unicode, Inc. Employees
	of Unicode Full and Associate Members are
	eligible for the member discount.
 
	Cancellations must be received by November 27,
	1992 and will carry a cancellation charge of
	DM 50 (US$37).

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