W3C Talks W3C Talks and Presentations

Upcoming talks | Add an upcoming talk (Member-only link)

Past talks: 2004 · 2003 · 2002 · 2001 · 2000 · 1999 · 1998 · 1997 · 1996 · 1995 · 1994 · 1993 · 1991
W3C Workshops

W3C Working Group participants and members of the W3C Team (and before that, CERN WWW folks) often give talks and presentations. In most cases, you can find information and presentations on this Web site contained within the appropriate subject or activity area. Here is a collection of slides and presentations from the past several years.

All material is © the author, except where otherwise noted.


2004

December

16
Daniel Dardailler presented on W3C at Open Source Applications and Standards in Sophia Antipolis, France. The workshop was part of the ETSI-Data Base Forum Casa Nova joint annual events on "Standards and Services of the future."
10
Shawn Lawton Henry presented Web Accessibility: A Foundation for International Cooperation and Local Implementation at Designing for the 21st Century III in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil.
9
Steven Pemberton gave the keynote XML to the Desktop: XForms at XML Holland 2004 in Hilversum, The Netherlands. The conference was sponsored by the SGML/XML Users Group Holland.
8
Shawn Lawton Henry gave the tutorial Web Accessibility for Designers at Designing for the 21st Century III in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. The conference was sponsored by Adaptive Environments.
7
Ivan Herman presented Questions (and Answers) on Semantic Web at the Evolve Conference W3C Day in Brisbane, Australia. The event was sponsored by the W3C Australian Office.

November

30
Matt May participated in the keynote panel "Open" Document Formats, XHTML vs. HTML, XSL vs. CSS & Other Industry Debates at the Gilbane Content Management Technologies Conference in Boston, MA, USA.
25
Daniel Dardailler presented Proteger l'innovation avec les standards at Forum Integration in Paris, France.
25
Hugo Haas presented Standardisation de l'infrastructure des services Web au W3C at Forum Integration in Paris, France.
24
Open Research Forum (ORF) 2004 in Roppongi-Hills, Tokyo, Japan, sponsored by the Keio Research Institute of Shonan Fujisawa Campus (SFC), Keio University, Japan
20
Steve Bratt presented Developing Core Web Services Standards at the World Wide Web Consortium at the Gartner Application Integration and Web Services Summit in Orlando, FL, USA.
20
Eric Miller gave the tutorial Weaving Meaning: An Overview of the Semantic Web at the Professional Development Seminars Series of the Greater Boston Chapter of the ACM in Boston, MA, USA.
18 - 19
W3C "Mobile Web Initiative" Workshop in Barcelona, Spain.
18
Judy Brewer gave the keynote Web Accessibility: The Next Stage at Techshare 2004 in Birmingham, UK. The conference was sponsored by Adobe Systems and IDOX plc.
18
Max Froumentin presented Multimodal Interaction on the Web at Gira Estándares W3C in Madrid, Spain. The event was sponsored by the W3C Spanish Office.
18
Henry S. Thompson presented Processing XML 1.1 documents with XML Schema 1.0 processors at XML 2004 in Washington, DC, USA.
17
Hugo Haas presented WSDL 2.0: what's new? at XML 2004 in Washington, DC, USA.
17
David Booth presented What Is New in WSDL 2.0 at the Gartner Application Integration and Web Services Summit in Orlando, FL, USA.
16
Richard Ishida presented W3C: SOAP to OWL, and hot Web schemas at Localization World in San Francisco, CA, USA.
16
Eric Miller presented The Semantic Web Initiative and Implications to Digital Preservation at National Archive Partnerships in Innovation - Serving a Networked Nation in Washington, DC, USA.
16
C. M. Sperberg-McQueen presented Building a document delivery system from off-the-shelf standards-conformant parts at XML 2004 in Washington, DC, USA.
15
C. M. Sperberg-McQueen gave the tutorial Introduction to XML Schema at XML 2004 in Washington, DC, USA. The conference was sponsored by IDEAlliance.
12
Ivan Herman presented 2D Web Graphics: SVG at Media Elements 2004 in Enschede, The Netherlands.
11
Dominique Hazaël-Massieux presented W3C Semantic Web Technologies in real life in Valencia, Spain, part of the W3C Spanish Office Standards Tour.
10
Daniel Weitzner gave the lecture The Transparency Paradox: Privacy-enhancing architectures for open information networks at the Distinguished Lecture Series at the University of California, Berkeley, School of Information Management and Systems in Berkeley, CA, USA.
10
Bert Bos presented Multiple Input Media, Multiple Output Media, but only One Web at La Gira de los Estándares W3C 2004 - parada de Barcelona in Barcelona, Spain, part of the W3C Spanish Office Standards Tour.
9
Steve Bratt gave the keynote Weaving a Web for the Next Generation of Science (slides) at the Geological Society of America Annual Meeting in Denver, CO, USA.
9
Daniel Weitzner presented Patents, Standards and the Dynamics of Innovation on the World Wide Web (PDF) at the First Annual JOLT Symposium: Patent Policy in the Context of Internet Open Standards Development in Los Angeles, CA, USA. The symposium was sponsored by the UCLA Journal of Law and Technology.
9
Eric Miller presented The Semantic Web Initiative and its Implications for Publishing at the CrossRef Annual Member Meeting 2004 in Boston, MA, USA.
6
Steven Pemberton presented the tutorial Styling the New Web Using CSS at User Experience 2004 in Amsterdam, The Netherlands.
4
Steve Bratt gave a Member-only presentation to the ERCIM Board in Malaga, Spain.
4
Steven Pemberton presented the tutorial XForms: Improving the Web Forms Experience at User Experience 2004 in Amsterdam, The Netherlands. The event was sponsored by Nielsen Norman Group.
3
Ivan Herman presented a Tutorial on Semantic Web Technologies at the W3C Spanish Office Standards Tour 2004 in Bilbao, Spain.
3
Steve Bratt presented What's on the Horizon? at the European Research Consortium for Informatics and Mathematics Strategy Workshop in Malaga, Spain.
2
Ivan Herman presented a Tutorial on Semantic Web Technologies at the W3C Spanish Office and the University of Oviedo in Oviedo, Spain.

October

27 - 28
W3C Workshop on Semantic Web for Life Sciences in Cambridge, MA, USA.
20
Massimo Marchiori gave the keynote The Zero-Cost Semantic Web at the Symposium of the Japan Electronics and Information Technology Industries Association (JEITA) in Tokyo, Japan.
20
Karl Dubost presented Les technologies du nouveau Web and Rentabiliser vos liens avec le Web sémantique at Découvrir et bien choisir vos technologies Web sponsored by CRIM in Montréal, Québec, Canada.
18 - 29
John Wilbanks participated in live panel chats and presented Semantic Approaches to Aggregating and Searching Life Sciences Knowledge at the Integrating Knowledge in the Life Sciences Product Life Cycle virtual conference.
18
Daniel Dardailler presented on W3C at InternetCon 2004 in Warsaw, Poland.
16
Marie-Claire Forgue and Bert Bos ran a booth on W3C technologies at Fête de la Science 2004 in Sophia Antipolis, France.
13
Philipp Hoschka presented Das Mobile Web at W3C-Tag in Berlin, Germany. The event was sponsored by the W3C Office in Germany and Austria.
13
Carine Bournez presented Web Services at W3C at W3C-Tag in Berlin, Germany.
13
Eric Miller gave the keynote The Semantic Web at the 2nd Shanghai International Library Forum (SILF) and the International Conference on Dublin Core and Metadata Applications 2004 (DC2004) in Shanghai, China.
12 - 13
W3C Workshop on Metadata for Content Adaptation in Dublin, Ireland.
12 - 13
W3C Workshop on Constraints and Capabilities for Web Services in Redwood Shores, CA, USA.
11
Shawn Lawton Henry gave the keynote A Web Revolution Through Higher Education at HighEdWebDev 2004, eMergingVisions in Rochester, NY, USA.
8
Steven Pemberton presented the tutorial Styling the New Web Using CSS at User Experience 2004 in Las Vegas, NV, USA. The event was sponsored by Nielsen Norman Group.
6
Steven Pemberton presented the tutorial XForms: Improving the Web Forms Experience at User Experience 2004 in Las Vegas, NV, USA.
5
Karl Dubost presented Benefits of Web Standards in Business at Concordia University in Montréal, Québec, Canada. The event is sponsored by ITAAC.
5
Yasuyuki Hirakawa presented Overview of W3C's Web Standardization at the 9th Workshop: Overview of Web Standardization Organizations in Tokyo, Japan.
1
C. M. Sperberg-McQueen presented Meaning and interpretation of markup languages: a report on the Bechamel Project at the W3C Office in Germany and Austria.

September

29
Matt May presented the tutorial Content and Interface Accessibility for your CMS at OSCOM 4 (Fourth International Open Source Content Management Conference with Apache Track) at ETH (Swiss Federal Institute of Technology) in Zürich, Switzerland.
29
C. M. Sperberg-McQueen gave the keynote What does XML have to do with Immanuel Kant? at Net.Object Days 2004 in Erfurt, Germany. The event was sponsored by tranSIT GmbH (Thüringer Anwdndungszentrum für Software, Informations- und Kommunikationstechnologien).
25
Richard Ishida presented An Introduction to Writing Systems at La typographie entre les domaines de l'art et de l'informatique in Rabat, Morocco. The event was sponsored by the Institut Royale de la Culture Amazighe, Centre des Etudes Informatiques et des Systèmes d'Information et de Communication (CEISIC).
25
Karl Dubost presented Normes et formats de fichiers ouverts at Informatique Libre at the Ecole Polytechnique de Montréal in Montréal, Québec, Canada.
23
Steve Bratt presented Web Standards that Link Scientists, Systems and Data in Woods Hole, MA, USA.
22
John Wilbanks participated in live panel chats and presented Semantic Web for Life Sciences at the Fourth Virtual Conference on Genomics and Bioinformatics.
21
Massimo Marchiori presented Towards a People's Web: Metalog at the IEEE/WIC/ACM International Conference on Web Intelligence (WI 2004) in Beijing, China.
21
Robin Berjon, Chair of the XML Binary Characterization Working Group, presented W3C XML Binary Characterization (XBC) Working Group (PDF) at XML for Binary Interchange in Hampton, VA, USA. The conference was co-sponsored by MITRE.
15-16
David Booth presented What Is New in WSDL 2.0 and From Web Services to the Semantic Web: Global Data Reuse at IBM, Toronto, Canada.
13 - 16
SpeechTEK 2004 10th Anniversary Conference and Exhibition in New York, NY, USA. The following W3C Team members and participants in the Voice Browser and Multimodal Interaction Working Groups presented.
8
Eric Miller gave a keynote at the Second Annual Semantic Technologies for eGovernment Conference in McLean, VA, USA.
7 - 10
26th Internationalization and Unicode Conference in San Jose, CA, USA, co-sponsored by W3C. The following W3C Internationalization Working Group participants and W3C Team members presented. More information is in the conference Program.
2
Ivan Herman presented Towards the Semantic Web at the Web Intelligence Symposium at the STeP-2004 conference in Helsinki, Finland.

August

31
Ivan Herman presented Questions (and Answers) on the Semantic Web at Ontologier i arbete ("Ontology in practice") in Kista, Sweden. The event was sponsored by the W3C Office in Sweden and Metamatrix AB.
27
Philipp Hoschka presented Towards Multimodal Web Interaction at the IFIP World Computer Congress 2004 (WCC) Topical Day on Multimodal Interaction in Toulouse, France.
25
John Wilbanks participated in life sciences panels at the Object Management Group (OMG) Meeting in Montreal, Canada.
21 - 22
Charles McCathieNevile presented La Web Semántica por herramientas at La Web Semántica en América Latina in Buenos Aires, Argentina. The workshop was sponsored by Semantic Web Advanced Development for Europe (SWAD-Europe) and Universidad Argentina John F. Kennedy.
11
Dean Jackson presented Mobile Web at SIGGRAPH 2004 in Los Angeles, CA, USA.
5 - 7
Daniel Weitzner presented The Transparency Paradox: Privacy design strategies for open information networks at the Location Privacy Workshop: Individual Autonomy as a Driver of Design held on the Schoodic Peninsula, Acadia National Park, Maine, USA. The workshop was sponsored by the National Center for Geographic Information and Analysis, University of Maine.
3
Eric Miller and C. M. Sperberg-McQueen presented On mapping from colloquial XML to RDF using XSLT at Extreme Markup Languages 2004 in Montreal, Canada. The conference was sponsored by IDEAlliance.

July

26 - 27
Stéphane Boyera presented the Device Independent Web at the Workshop on Device Independent Web Engineering (DIWE'04) held in conjunction with the Fourth International Conference on Web Engineering (ICWE 2004) in Munich, Germany.
25
Max Froumentin presented on the Extensible MultiModal Annotation markup language (EMMA) at the 4th Workshop on NLP and XML (NLPXML-2004) in Barcelona, Spain.
15 - 16
Charles McCathieNevile, Dominique Hazaël-Massieux and Richard Ishida presented at the Workshop on Metadata for a Multilingual World in Copenhagen, Denmark. The workshop was co-sponsored by SWAD-Europe and CEN/ISS MMI-DC.
8
Tex Texin, W3C Internationalization Working Group, presented the tutorial Hitchhiker's Guide to Globalization at IWIPS 2004 in Vancouver, B.C., Canada.
14
Tatsuya Hagino presented When does the Semantic Web take off? at the XML Consortium Seminar (in Japanese) in Shinagawa, Japan.
7
John Wilbanks presented The Role of Semantic Technologies in the Emerging Grid at the PharmaGRID 2004 Retreat in Diessenhofen, Switzerland. The event was organized by PRISM.
6
Shadi Abou-Zahra, Andrew Arch, Sylvie Duchateau and Shawn Lawton Henry presented a Web Accessibility Best Practices Evaluation Training in Paris, France.

June

29
Liam Quin presented Typography and Graphic Design for Programmers at GUADEC (GNOME Users And Developer European Conference) in Kristiansand, Norway. The conference was sponsored by the GNOME Foundation.
24
Ivan Herman presented Current Developments at W3C, and the Semantic Web at the KRNet 2004 conference in Seoul, South Korea.
25
Hugo Haas presented Développement et Standardisation des Technologies Services Web at Bouygues Telecom in Vélizy, France.
24
Henry S. Thompson presented W3C XML Schema: Key features, plans and prospects at Developments in XML Schema Languages held at the Rutherford Appleton Laboratory in Didcot, Oxon UK. The meeting was co-sponsored by XML UK and the W3C UK and Ireland Office.
22
Max Froumentin presented Zakim - A Multimodal Software System for Large-Scale Teleconferencing (PDF) at the Joint AMI/PASCAL/IM2/M4 Workshop on Multimodal Interaction and Related Machine Learning Algorithms in Martigny, Switzerland. The event was sponsored by the European Commission and the Swiss National Science Foundation.
16
Tim Berners-Lee presented The History and Future of the World Wide Web at the Millennium Technology Conference at the Dipoli Congress Centre, Espoo, Finland. The conference was sponsored by the Finnish Technology Award Foundation.
13
José Kahan gave the developers' tutorial Implementing Annotea in Amaya using Raptor and Redland and Charles McCathieNevile presented at Introducción al uso de la Web Semántica in Madrid, Spain. The workshop was sponsored by Semantic Web Advanced Development for Europe (SWAD-Europe).
11 - 12
Steve Bratt presented Spinning Threads for the Next Generation of the Web on 11 June and Weaving a Web for the Next Generation of Science on 12 June at the 16th Annual IRIS Workshop in Tucson, AZ, USA.
11
Shadi Abou-Zahra presented Access to the Web at the IANIS Conference in Budapest, Hungary.
8
Ivan Herman presented a Tutorial on Basic Semantic Web Technologies (RDF, OWL) at the W3C Office for Germany and Austria in Sankt Augustin, Germany.
4
Daniel Dardailler presented W3C/WAI/Education at DeViNT'2004 in Sophia Antipolis, France. The conference was sponsored by the École Supérieure En Sciences Informatiques (ESSI).
3
Charles McCathieNevile presented W3C and the Semantic Web to the European Coordination Committee on Human Rights Documentation in Venice, Italy. The event was sponsored by Human Rights Information and Documentation Systems (HURIDOCS).

May

19 - 21
W3C Track chaired by Marie-Claire Forgue at the Thirteenth International World Wide Web Conference (WWW2004) in New York, NY, USA.
15
Massimo Marchiori gave the keynote Semantic Web and Web Architecture at CRIS 2004, the 7th International Conference on Current Research Information Systems in Antwerp, Belgium.
12
Daniel Weitzner participated in the panel The changing Internet standards game at INET 2004 in Barcelona, Spain. The conference was sponsored by the Internet Society (ISOC).
7
Max Froumentin presented Giving Voice To The Web at the National Library of Australia, Canberra.
6
Dominique Hazaël-Massieux participated in a panel Normes et standards ouverts de l'internet (in French) at the Université de Printemps de la Fondation Internet Nouvelle Génération in Aix-en-Provence, France.
4
Max Froumentin presented Giving Voice To The Web at the W3C Seminar at DSTC, IIB, Brisbane, Australia.
1
Ivan Herman presented a Scalable Vector Graphics (SVG) Tutorial for the Professional Development Seminars Series of the Greater Boston Chapter of the ACM in Cambridge, MA, USA.

April

25
Steven Pemberton presented the tutorial XForms: Improving the Web Forms Experience at CHI2004 in Vienna, Austria. The conference was sponsored by the ACM (Association for Computing Machinery) SIGCHI (Special Interest Group on Computer-Human Interaction).
24
Deborah Dahl, W3C Multimodal Interaction Working Group Chair, gave the keynote Speech and the Web and ran a workshop on developing speech-enabled Web applications at the 4th annual SITE Tech Conference in Springfield, IL, USA. The conference was sponsored by Students for the Integration of Technology in Education (SITE).
22
Daniel Weitzner moderated the plenary panel Trusted Computing at the 14th Computers, Freedom and Privacy Conference (CFP 2004) in Berkeley CA, USA.
22
Richard Ishida participated in the panel Barriers to Localization at the UK UPA (Usability Professionals Association) Monthly Event in London, UK.
19
XML Europe 2004 in Amsterdam, Netherlands. The conference was presented by IDEAlliance.
19
Daniel Weitzner participated in the panel Technological Responses to Spyware at the FTC Spyware Workshop in Washington DC, USA. The workshop was sponsored by the United States Federal Trade Commission.
19
Ivan Herman presented an Introduction to the Semantic Web at Boundaryless Information Flow: Managing the Flow in Brussels, Belgium. The conference was sponsored by The Open Group.
7
Ivan Herman presented an Introduction to the Semantic Web at the Visualisation Ontology Workshop in Edinburgh, UK. The workshop was sponsored by the UK National e-Science Centre.
6
Steven Pemberton gave the keynote XForms Unplugged at the Industry XForms Briefing at IBM South Bank, London, UK. The briefing was sponsored by Origo and IBM.
1
C. M. Sperberg-McQueen gave a public lecture XML and the WWW at the Austrian Academy Corpus (AAC) Scientific Advisory Board Meeting in Vienna, Austria. The event was sponsored by the Austrian Academy of Sciences.
1
Massimo Marchiori gave the keynote W5: The Five W's of the World Wide Web at the 2nd International Conference on Trust Management held at St. Anne's College, Oxford, UK.

March

31 March - 2 April
25th Internationalization and Unicode Conference in Alexandria, VA near Washington, DC, USA, co-sponsored by W3C. The following W3C Internationalization Activity participants presented. More information is in the conference Program.
24 - 25
AVIOS SpeechTEK Spring in San Francisco, CA, USA
24
Charles McCathieNevile gives a guest lecture A W3C Perspective at the University of Melbourne, Australia.
18
Hugo Haas gives the keynote Standardisation des Services Web : Où En Sommes-Nous ? and Marie-Claire Forgue runs the W3C booth at 2èmes Rencontres Web Services at CNIT, Paris La Défense, France.
15 - 20
CSUN 19th Annual International Conference, "Technology and Persons With Disabilities," at California State University in Northridge, CA, USA.
13
Wendy Chisholm participated in the panel Accessibility is for Everybody with Dr. John Slatin and Jeff Veen at the SXSW (South by Southwest) Interactive Festival in Austin, TX, USA.
9
Tatsuya Hagino presented Standardization Activities in the World Wide Web Consortium at the International Symposium on Large-scale Knowledge Resources (LKR2004) at the Tokyo Institute of Technology in Tokyo, Japan. The event was sponsored by the 21st century COE program - LKR.
3
W3C Technical Plenary in Cannes-Mandelieu, France

February

26 - 27
Daniel Weitzner presented Layers of Responsibility: Perspectives on Internet Governance at the Workshop on Internet Governance in Geneva, Switzerland. The workshop was sponsored by the International Telecommunication Union (ITU).
26
Ivan Herman presented a Semantic Web Overview (in Hungarian) at the Semantics and Metadata Workshop in Budapest, Hungary. The event was sponsored by the W3C Hungarian Office, MTA SZTAKI, and the National Digital Archive Programme in Hungary.
23 - 26
Philipp Hoschka presented W3C: Building the Mobile Web and Marie-Claire Forgue ran a booth at the Telecom Valley Gallery 3GSM World Congress 2004 in Cannes, France.
18
Daniel Weitzner moderated the panel Machine Enforceable Policies at the 4th Annual Privacy & Security Summit & Expo in Washington, DC, USA. The conference was sponsored by the International Association of Privacy Professionals (IAPP).
9 - 10
Shawn Lawton Henry and Shadi Abou-Zahra presented several tutorials at the Web Accessibility Best Practices Exchange Training in Madrid, Spain. The event was sponsored by the W3C Web Accessibility Initiative and hosted by Fundosa Teleservicios.

January

22
David Booth presented W3C Web Services Architecture: An Overview and Update and participated in the panel Web Services and XML Standards: Can we benefit while avoiding pitfalls? at OOP 2004 in Munich, Germany. The event was sponsored by SIGS-DATACOM.

2003

December

17
Tatsuya Hagino participated in the panel Significance and Value of Standardization Activity for XML/Web Services at OracleWorld Tokyo (in Japanese) in Tokyo, Japan. The event was sponsored by Oracle Japan.
11
Ivan Herman presented Un aperçu des technologies du W3C (An Overview of W3C Technologies) at the Première Conférence Plénière STIC (CoPSTIC'03) in Rabat, Morocco.
11
Daniel Dardailler presented a WAI WCAG update at Séminaire 01net e-Accessibilité: Internet pour tous in Paris, France. The event was sponsored by ADAE.
10
U.N. Secretary-General Kofi Annan and Tim Berners-Lee sent email to World Summit Event for Schools participants at 800 schools in 80 countries using the NeXT computer that was used to invent the World Wide Web. The event took place at SIS-Forum, Palexpo Conference center, Geneva, Switzerland.
9
Tim Berners-Lee participated in the Visionary Panel Discussion: Science and Governance at the Role of Science in the Information Society (RSIS) conference held at CERN in Geneva, Switzerland. Other panelists were Ion Iliescu, President of Romania; Walther Lichem, Austrian Federal Ministry of Foreign Affairs; M.G.K. Menon, Indian Space Research Organization; and Talal Abu-Ghazeleh, UN ITC Task Force.
9
Tim Berners-Lee participated in the roundtable Taking Responsibility in the Information Age in Geneva, Switzerland. The roundtable was co-chaired by Klaus Schwab, World Economic Forum, and moderated by James Rubin, former US Assistant Secretary of State for Public Affairs.
9
Tim Berners-Lee gave a lecture The Essence of the Web at the Role of Science in the Information Society (RSIS) conference held at CERN in Geneva, Switzerland.
7-12
XML 2003 in Philadelphia, PA, USA, sponsored by IDEAlliance (co-hosted by W3C)
5
David Booth presented From Web Services to the Semantic Web: Global Data Reuse at the Worcester Polytechnic Institute Computer Science Colloquium in Worcester, MA, USA.
1
Daniel Dardailler presented a WAI WCAG update at Séminaire AccessiWeb in Paris, France. The event was sponsored by BrailleNet.

November

26-27
Marie-Claire Forgue ran the W3C booth at Intégration 2003: XML & Web Services at CNIT La Défense, Paris, France.
24-25
International Telecommunication Union (ITU) Workshop on Standardization in Telecommunications for motor vehicles in Geneva, Switzerland
20
Daniel Dardailler presented a W3C/QA/WAI update at Quality for cultural Web sites in Parma, Italy. The event was sponsored by the Italian government, IE.
14
W3C Day Japan 2003 (in Japanese) at Keio University Mita Campus in Tokyo, Japan. The event was organized by the Keio Research Institute at Shonan Fujisawa Campus (SFC). Simultaneous interpretation was provided.
12-13
China International Forum on WWW's Development 2003 in Beijing, China. The event was co-organized by the China Computer Federation and the W3C Office in Hong Kong.
6
Dominique Hazaël-Massieux presented Semantic Web Applications at W3C at SIMO in Madrid, Spain.
6
James Larson, W3C Voice Browser Working Group co-Chair; Wu Chou, W3C Multimodal Interaction Working Group, EMMA subgroup co-Chair; Yi-Min Chee, W3C Multimodal Interaction Working Group, Ink subgroup Chair; Igar Joblokov; and Stephen Potter participated in the panel Standards for Multimodal User Interfaces at the Fifth International Conference on Multimodal Interfaces (ICMI-PUI'03) in Vancouver, BC, Canada.
5
Karl Dubost presented Les normes Web : un fardeau ou un progrès ? (Web Standards: A Burden or Progress?) at CRDP at the Université de Montréal, Québec, Canada.
2-5
Katrin Franke, W3C Multimodal Interaction Pen Input subgroup, presented Ink Markup Language Activities of the W3C Multimodal Interaction Working Group at the 11th Conference of the International Graphonomics Society (IGS2003) in Scottsdale, AZ, USA.

October

29
James Hendler, co-Chair of the W3C Web Ontology Working Group, presented The Semantic Web at Technology Day 2003: Virtual Delivery (PDF) sponsored by the Special Libraries Association Maryland Chapter, in Baltimore, MD, USA.
23
Tim Berners-Lee gave a keynote Semantic Web: Where to Direct Our Energy at the 2nd International Semantic Web Conference (ISWC2003) in Sanibel Island, FL, USA.
22
Steven Pemberton participated in a panel on Problems of Standards Implementation at the 3rd IEEE Conference on Standardization and Innovation in Information Technology at Delft University of Technology, Delft, The Netherlands.
22
Ivan Herman presented an Introduction to the Semantic Web at the Next Generation Internet Workshop at the Polytechnic University of Madrid, Spain.
18
Marie-Claire Forgue ran the W3C booth at la Fête de la Science in Sophia Antipolis, France.
15
James Hendler, co-Chair of the W3C Web Ontology Working Group, spoke about ontologies at the International Lisp Conference (ILC 2003) in New York, NY, USA.
15
Philipp Hoschka gave a talk on Voice Access and the Web: Present and Future at Berliner XML Tage 2003 in Berlin, Germany. The event was sponsored by the XML Clearinghouse für Berlin und Brandenburg.
14
Rigo Wenning presented Security on the Web at the OECD Global Forum on Information Systems and Network Security in Oslo, Norway.
7
Henry S. Thompson gave the keynote XML After 5 Years: Where we've been and where we're going at The XML Day at CNIT La Défense, Paris, France.
3
Ivan Herman presented an Introduction to the Semantic Web to the IT Standards Committee, Singapore.
1
Ivan Herman participated in the panel Issues, Standards and Emerging Web Services Technologies at iX 2003 in Singapore.

September

29 September - 2 October
SpeechTEK 2003 in New York, NY, USA
26
Masayasu Ishikawa participated in the Opera press conference (event page in Japanese) at Mielparque Tokyo, Minato-ku, Tokyo, Japan.
25
Dave Raggett gave a talk on Emerging Standards for Voice and Multimodal Interaction on the Web at the UK Unix Users Group AGM held at University College London, UK.
23
Tim Berners-Lee gave a keynote at the World Creative Forum 2003 at the London Design Festival, London, UK.
23
Bert Bos gave a talk on Multimodal Interaction at W3C Mitgliedertreffen in Erfurt, Germany. The event was sponsored by the W3C Germany and Austria Office.
22
Tim Berners-Lee gave a keynote The Future of the World Wide Web (slides, Webcast) at the Royal Society, London, UK.
18
Hugo Haas gave a keynote Fulfilling Web Services' Promises at IT Conference in Salvador, Brazil.
20
Philipp Hoschka presented An Introduction to W3C and RDF at the SMPTE Engineering Committee Meeting in Geneva, Switzerland
17
Tim Berners-Lee gave a keynote at the IT - The Universal Enabler conference in London, UK. The event was co-hosted by the Worshipful Company of Information Technologists and the Lord Mayor of London.
12
Rigo Wenning lectured on European Electronic Signatures in XML at the University of Technology, Sydney, Australia.
11
Rigo Wenning participated in a panel on Communicating important privacy information - issues, and recent initiatives aimed at doing this more effectively (slides) at the 25th International Conference of Data Protection and Privacy Commissioners in Sydney, Australia.
10
Philippe Le Hégaret particpated in a panel on "Web Services Standards: Where Are They Going?" organized by the OMG during Integrate 2003 in Boston, MA, USA, and presented Web Services at the W3C.
9
Matt May presented a tutorial A Web Accessibility Primer: W3C/WCAG, 508, and the Modern Site at the Seybold-WOW Web Design and Development Conference in San Francisco, CA, USA. The event was sponsored by the World Organization of Webmasters.
9
Rigo Wenning presented a P3P Tutorial, Introduction to APPEL at the W3C Event on P3P and Enterprise Privacy Languages in Sydney, Australia. The event was co-sponsored by W3C and IBM.
8
Eric Miller gave a keynote The Semantic Web at the Semantic Technologies for eGovernment conference at the White House Conference Center, Truman Room, in Washington, DC, USA.
8
Charles McCathieNevile gave a talk on the Semantic Web and W3C at LaTrobe University, Melbourne, Australia.
5
Charles McCathieNevile spoke on the Semantic Web and Multimedia at the Semantic Web Brain Lunch at the National Gallery Archives, Melbourne, Australia. The event was sponsored by the National Gallery of Victoria.
4
James Hendler, co-Chair of the W3C Web Ontology Working Group, gave a talk on Science and the Semantic Web at the Research Councils UK (RCUK) e-Science All Hands Meeting in Nottingham, UK.
3-5
24th Internationalization & Unicode Conference in Atlanta, GA, USA, co-sponsored by W3C.

August

28
Hugo Haas gave the keynote Web Services Infrastructure: Where Do We Stand? at the IDG Web Services Conference 2003 in Tokyo, Japan.
21
Ivan Herman presented an Overview of W3C and 2D Web Graphics: SVG at Monash University, Melbourne, Australia. The event was sponsored by the W3C Australian Office.
18
Ivan Herman presented an Overview of W3C and 2D Web Graphics: SVG at W3C Day at the Evolve Conference 2003 in Sydney, Australia. W3C Day was sponsored by the W3C Australian Office.

July

17
David Booth presented Fundamentals of the Semantic Web: Global Data Reuse at the sd&m-Konferenz 2003 in Munich, Germany.
13 - 18
SVG Open 2003 in Vancouver, BC, Canada. The conference was hosted by SchemaSoft and co-hosted by W3C.
7
Judy Brewer presented Standards Harmonization and Implementation Considerations in Web Accessibility at the eGovernment Conference 2003 in Como, Italy, as part of a round-table on A Better Life for European Citizens. The conference was sponsored by the Italian Presidency of the European Union and the European Commission.
3
Steven Pemberton presented XHTML2 and XForms at Zomersessie van NGI Limburg: XHTML2 en XForms, state of the art en stage-ervaringen bij het W3C in Maastricht, The Netherlands. Rutger van Waveren, formerly of the W3C Team, also spoke at this event which was sponsored by NGI.
3
Rigo Wenning gave a talk on IRIs: Internationalized URIs at Les seconds états généraux européens du nommage Internet in Paris, France.
2
Richard Ishida presented W3C: I18N activities and outlook at the LISA Forum Europe 2003 in London, UK.

June

23 - 27
UPA 12th Annual Conference "Ubiquitous Usability" in Scottsdale, AZ, USA. The conference is sponsored by the Usability Professionals' Association (UPA).
18
Hugo Haas gave the keynote Web services: setting and resetting expectations on tape at the Enterprise Portal & Web Services Conference 2003 in Hong Kong.
10 - 24
W3C Semantic Tour.
10
Matt May presented Web Accessibility: What, Why and How at SLA 2003 in New York, NY, USA. The conference was sponsored by the Special Libraries Association.
5
Massimo Marchiori presented The Next-Generation Web: Information in the Third Millennium at the University of Linkoeping SaS Seminar Series in Linköping, Sweden.
1
C. M. Sperberg-McQueen presented XML Schema 1.0: A Language for Document Grammars at Web X: A Decade of the World Wide Web, the Joint International Conference of the Association for Computers and the Humanities and the Association for Literary and Linguistic Computing. The event was held in Athens, Georgia, USA.

May

27
Daniel Dardailler gave a presentation on WAI activities at a meeting of accessibility experts at the office of the French Research Minister in Paris, France.
24
Twelfth International World Wide Web Conference (WWW2003) Developers Day in Budapest, Hungary
21 - 23
W3C Track chaired by Marie-Claire Forgue at the Twelfth International World Wide Web Conference (WWW2003) in Budapest, Hungary.
21
Tim Berners-Lee gave the keynote Fitting It All Together at the Twelfth International World Wide Web Conference (WWW2003) in Budapest, Hungary.
20
Dan Connolly, Tim Berners-Lee and Sandro Hawke presented a Semantic Web Tutorial Using N3 (tutorial notes) at the Twelfth International World Wide Web Conference (WWW2003) in Budapest, Hungary.
16
Tim Berners-Lee gave a lecture at Cultural Convergence and Digital Technology in Athens, Greece.
14
Daniel Weitzner presented The Role of P3P in Protecting Privacy Online: Legal status of machine-readable privacy statements at Technologies For Protecting Personal Information: The Consumer Experience and The Business Experience in Washington, DC, USA. The workshops were sponsored by the United States Federal Trade Commission.
13
Ivan Herman presented an Introduction to the Semantic Web (in Hungarian) at the Polytechnic University of Budapest. The talk was sponsored by the W3C Office in Hungary.
12
Steven Pemberton gave a keynote Usability, Accessibility and XHTML 2 at Integrazione di Usabilità e Accessibilità nei Siti Web (in Italian) in Pisa, Italy. The event was sponsored by SIGCHI Italy.
10
Wendy Chisholm presented Il progetto Web Accessibility Initiative (WAI) at the WEBBIT 2003 (in Italian) conference and expo in Padova, Italy.
6
XML Europe 2003 in London, UK. The conference was sponsored by IDEAlliance.
6
Ivan Herman presented Introduction to the Semantic Web at Semantic Web and Web Services: Semantic Web is Here -- Are You Ready? in Helsinki, Finland. The seminar was sponsored by the Tampere University of Technology (TTY), its Digital Media Institute (DMI), and the W3C Office in Finland.
5
Tim Berners-Lee gave a keynote Semantic Web - the Ultimate Application Integration at the Gartner Web Services and Application Integration Summit in Los Angeles, CA, USA. [slides]

April

29
Daniel Dardailler chaired Pour un accès égal aux services du Web/ Equal Access to Web Services at New Technologies for a More Accessible Society in Paris, France. The event was sponsored by BrailleNet.
16
Daniel J. Weitzner presented Extreme Society: The Evolution of Copyright on the Web at "Extreme Communications: A Radical Rethinking of Business, Technology and Regulatory Strategies" (PDF) in Cambridge, MA, USA. The event was part of the MIT Series on Technology and the Corporation.
5 - 6
CHI 2003 Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems in Fort Lauderdale, FL, USA. The conference was sponsored by the ACM (Association for Computing Machinery) SIGCHI (Special Interest Group on Computer-Human Interaction).
4
Liam Quin participated in a panel on The Technology of E-Literature Preservation: The Shape of a Solution at the e(X)literature Conference 2003 "Preservation, Archiving and Dissemination of Electronic Literature" at the University of California in Santa Barbara, CA, USA. The conference was co-sponsored by the Electronic Literature Organization and the Digital Cultures Project.
3
Stéphane Boyera presented Les travaux du W3C dans le domaine DI at the INRIA Intech Seminar (in French) in Sophia-Antipolis, France.

March

24 - 26
23rd Internationalization & Unicode Conference in Prague, Czech Republic, co-sponsored by W3C.
22
Daniel Dardailler spoke on W3C and the W3C Web Accessibility Initiative and Marie-Claire Forgue ran a booth at the Fête de l'Internet (in French) in Paris, France.
19
David Booth participated in the panel "Web Services Architecture: The Next Big Spec, from the Mouths of the W3C Authors" at the Web Services Edge conference in Boston, MA, USA.
17 - 22
CSUN 18th Annual International Conference, "Technology and Persons With Disabilities," at California State University in Northridge, CA, USA.
17 - 18
Philippe Le Hégaret presented an "Introduction to W3C Web Services" on 17 March and Understanding XML Standards on 18 March at Web Services and XML in Johannesburg, RSA.
15
Karl Dubost presented "Le Hub Web du W3C How Web Standards Fit Together" at ConstellationW3 (in French) in Montréal, Québec, Canada.
10 - 11
Kazuhiro Kitagawa participated in a panel on "Contributions for a Broader Solution" at the workshop on Rethinking Media Policy in the Internet Age in Singapore. The event was sponsored by the Asia-Europe Foundation and the Bertelsmann Foundation.

February

27
Dave Raggett gave an impromptu talk on the Multimodal Interaction Activity at Opera Software in Oslo, Norway.
22
C. M. Sperberg-McQueen presented XML Perspectives: XML Schema and XQuery at korpus linguistik deutsch: synchron, diachron, konstrastiv (in German) at the Institut für deutsche Philologie, University of Würzburg, Germany.
17
Massimo Marchiori presented The Mathematical Semantic Web at the International Conference on Mathematical Knowledge Management (MKM 2003) in Bertinoro, Italy.
12 - 13
SMIL Europe 2003 in Paris, France
5
Yasuyuki Hirakawa presented an Introduction to W3C, Kazuhiro Kitagawa presented Device Independence Authoring Techniques and its standardization, and Masayasu Ishikawa presented XHTML 2.0 at PAGE2003 (in Japanese) in Tokyo, Japan.

January

28
Tim Berners-Lee talked on Standards, Semantics and Survival at the Software and Information Industry Association (SIIA) meeeting (NYC, NY, USA).
18
Sandro Hawke spoke about the Semantic Web on the panels So What's New in Your Lab, Intelligent Machines, and Memes, Networks, and Epidemics at Arisia '03 in Boston, MA, USA.
9 - 11
Rigo Wenning participated in a panel on Sécurité et liberté sur les réseaux: des objectifs contradictoires? at the Septièmes rencontres de la société française en réseau at Autrans 2003 in Autrans, France.

2002

December

16
Daniel Dardailler presented W3C and WAI, Recent Developments at Internet: un diritto per tutti (in Italian) in Venice, Italy.
13
Charles McCathieNevile presented Web Semantique - philosophie et standards (in French) at LexiPraxi 2002 in Paris, France.
10
C. M. Sperberg-McQueen participated in a Thought Leader Roundtable at the CNET Building a Web Services Foundation conference in San Francisco, CA, USA.
8 - 13
XML 2002 in Baltimore, MD, USA, co-hosted by W3C
5
Kazuhiro Kitagawa gave the keynote New services based on the Semantic Web at Internet World Asia 2002 (in Japanese) in Tokyo, Japan.
2
Hugo Haas presented Standardisation des services Web au W3C (in French) at Journée Iliatech Web Services at INRIA Rocquencourt, France.

November

29
Daniel Dardailler participated in a panel on Prospective sur le numérique: les technologies de l'information de demain at DocForum - Rencontres "S@voirs, réseaux, partage" in Lyon, France.
28 - 30
2002 XML Japan at Aoyama TEPIA, Tokyo, Japan
26 - 29
Vincent Quint gave a keynote at IHM 2002, 14e Conférence Francophone sur l'Interaction Homme-Machine, in Poitiers, France.
22
Masayasu Ishikawa chaired and introduced XHTML 2.0 and its family including XForms 1.0 at the Open Research Forum (in Japanese) at Keio University SFC in Fujisawa, Japan.
13
Yves Lafon presented Standardisation des Services Web au W3C (in French) and Marie-Claire Forgue ran a booth at Intégration 2002 - Forum XML & Web Services at the Palais des Congrès, Paris, France. The forum was organized by Technoforum.
12
Ivan Herman presented an Overview of W3C XML Technologies at SURFnet Relatiedagen 2002 in Egmond aan Zee, The Netherlands.
7
Joseph Reagle presented A Personal History of Internet Policy at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology TPP (Technology Policy Program) in Cambridge, MA, USA.
7
Wendy Chisholm presented a hands-on session from 2:45-5:00 p.m. on Evaluation and Repair Tools for Accessible Web Content at the fifth annual Assistive Technology and Accessible Media in Higher Education Conference held 6-8 November at the University of Colorado in Boulder, Colorado, USA.
4 - 6
Daniel Dardailler presented an overview of W3C at the IST 2002 conference in Copenhagen, Denmark.
4 - 5
W3C/NIST Usability Workshop at the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) in Gaithersburg, MD, USA

October

30
Charles McCathieNevile presented Applying W3C Guidelines at the Maturity Matters conference in Perth, Australia.
29
David Booth presented Web Services and More: Integrating Business Processes and Information Across Agencies at FedWeb Fall '02 in Arlington, VA, USA.
27
Daniel Dardailler presented How to protect your innovation thru Web standards? at the Middle East Webmaster Forum in Dubai, United Arab Emirates. The conference was sponsored by IWA and HWG.
24
Steven Pemberton gave the keynote The Kiss of the SpiderBot at the 7th ERCIM workshop, User Interfaces for All, in Paris (Chantilly), France.
24
Charles McCathieNevile presented Multimedia y la Web Semantica (in Spanish) at Las VI Jornadas del SIDAR in Tenerife, Spain.
16 - 17
DC-2002 Dublin Core conference in Florence, Italy
16
Ivan Herman gave an SVG Tutorial in Sankt Augustin, Germany. The event was sponsored by the W3C Office in Germany and Austria.
11
W3C Finnish Office Opening Event in Tampere, Finland
8
W3C Day in Sydney, Australia, sponsored by the Australian W3C Office at DSTC
8
Charles McCathieNevile presented Le Web Semantique et les Services Web (in French) at the Ecole Mohammadia d'Ingénieurs, in Rabat, Morocco. The event is sponsored by the W3C Morocco Office (in Arabic).
8
Philippe Le Hégaret presented the The W3C Web Services Activity at Net.ObjectDays 2002, Erfurt, Germany.

September

30 September - 1 October
Philipp Hoschka gave a keynote "W3C: Das Web zwischen Forschung und Praxis" at Informatik 2002, the conference of the German Computer Society, in Dortmund, Germany.
27
Hugo Haas presented Standardisation des services Web au W3C at Journée de veille technologique at INRIA Rennes, France.
26
Chris Lilley presented Visualization with SVG at the Applied Visualization Laboratory, University of Tennessee, in Knoxville, TN, USA, in conjunction with the Oak Ridge National Laboratory.
24
W3C Hungarian Office Opening Event in Budapest, Hungary
18 September - 10 October
XML Days Europe 2002
10
Steven Pemberton presented The Kiss of the SpiderBot at BayCHI, the San Francisco Bay Area ACM Special Interest Group on Computer-Human Interaction, in Palo Alto, CA, USA.
9 - 13
22nd International Unicode Conference in San Jose, CA, USA
3
Ivan Herman presented the keynote Semantic Web - and Evolution for the Future at the Web Services Conference 2002 in Hong Kong.
2
Ivan Herman presented 2D Web Graphics: SVG at HKUST (Hong Kong University of Science and Technology), host of the W3C Hong Kong Office.

August

29
Philippe Le Hégaret presented the W3C Document Object Model Activity at The Boeing Company, Seattle, WA.
26
Steve Bratt, Janet Daly, and Joseph Reagle attended the Forum on Security Standards for Web Services held in Boston, MA, USA. Co-sponsored by W3C and OASIS, the forum was part of the XML Web Services One conference.
14
Charles McCathieNevile gave a lecture titled Multimedia Accessibility - Current Work at the University of Melbourne, Melbourne, Australia.
4 - 9
Extreme Markup Languages in Montreal, Quebec, Canada - C. M. Sperberg-McQueen co-chaired

July

31
Dean Jackson presented Scalable Vector Graphics (SVG): High Quality Interactive Web Graphics from the W3C at Open Publish 2002 in Sydney, Australia.
29
Daniel J. Weitzner was a panelist at the seminar on Standard-Setting in High-Tech Industries, sponsored by the American Bar Association Section 2 and Computer & Internet Committees, held in Washington, DC, USA.
25
Philipp Hoschka presented SMIL-An Introduction at SIGGRAPH 2002 in San Antonio, TX, USA.
25
Dean Jackson presented Scalable Vector Graphics (SVG) at SIGGRAPH 2002 in San Antonio, TX, USA.
24
Liam Quin presented a W3C XML Specifications Update at the O'Reilly Open Source Convention in San Diego, CA, USA.
22
Boundaryless Information Flow: The Role of Web Services in Boston, Massachusetts, USA:
15 - 17
SVG Open / Carto.net conference in Zürich, Switzerland
11
Hugo Haas gave a keynote titled Leading Web Services To Their Full Potential at the IDG Web Services Conference in Tokyo, Japan.
7
Max Froumentin presented Mathematics on the Web with MathML at the Internet Accessible Mathematical Computation, a satellite conference at ISSAC 2002 (International Symposium on Symbolic and Algebraic Computation) in Lille, France.

June

28 - 30
Vincent Quint and Irène Vatton presented MathML in e-Learning with Amaya at the MathML Conference 2002 in Chicago, IL, USA.
20
Daniel J. Weitzner participated in the Panel on Private Governance: Perils and Prospects for Self-Regulation (G-2), at INET 2002, the Internet Society's 12th Annual INET Conference in Arlington, VA, near Washington, D.C., USA.
18
Judy Brewer and Wendy Chisholm presented a 1/2 day tutorial, Web Accessibility: Technology and Policy for an Inclusive Future, at INET 2002, the Internet Society's 12th Annual INET Conference in Arlington, VA, near Washington, D.C., USA.
15
Karl Dubost presented Les standards Web? Ah non, jamais! in Montréal, Quebec, Canada.
5
Tatsuya Hagino presented W3C Technology on Metadata (PDF in Japanese) at the JAGAT (Japan Association of Graphic Arts Technology) seminar in Tokyo, Japan.
4 - 6
Vincent Quint presented Documents structurés sur le Web (in French) at IDT/net 2002 in Paris, France.

May

30
Charles McCathieNevile spoke at the Ministero della Comunicazione on W3C and Web Accessibility
21 May - 3 June
W3C Interop Tour
16
Daniel Dardailler gave a W3C/XML presentation at the ATICA Conference in Paris, France.
7-11
W3C Track at the Eleventh International World Wide Web Conference (WWW2002) in Honolulu, Hawaii, USA

Web Services Update

Semantic Web

XML Activity Update

Document Formats Essentials

The Cool Web

Universal Access

Device Independence

Leading the Web to its Full Potential

April

30
Charles McCathieNevile presented A Best Practice Guide to Web Site Standards - Streamlining Accessibility at the Online Business - Law and Regulation conference in Sydney, Australia.
22
Steven Pemberton presented a tutorial Styling the New Web at the CHI 2002 Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems in Minneapolis, Minnesota, USA. The event was sponsored by the ACM (Association for Computing Machinery) SIGCHI (Special Interest Group on Computer-Human Interaction).
19
W3C Korean Office Opening in Daejeon, Korea
18 - 20
Museums and the Web 2002 in Boston, Massachusetts, USA
18
Daniel J. Weitzner participated in the US Department of Justice and Federal Trade Commission hearing "Competition and Intellectual Property Law and Policy in the Knowledge-Based Economy" about patents and standards in Washington, DC, USA.
11
W3C.DE-Arbeitstreffen: Cross Media Publishing in Sankt Augustin, Bonn, Germany, organized by the W3C German Office
8
Dave Raggett presented on W3C voice and multimodal work at the WAP Forum meeting in Paris, France.
6
Liam Quin spoke on XML at the World Wide Web Consortium at GUADEC, the GNOME Users And Developers European Conference, in Seville, Spain.

March

28
Ivan Herman presented a tutorial 2D Web Graphics: SVG in Amsterdam, the Netherlands. The event was a Masterclass organized by the W3C Dutch Office and the Dutch chapter of ISOC.
27
Philipp Hoschka spoke on Using XML for Voice Applications at Net 2002 in Paris, France.
27
Vincent Hardy spoke on SVG Graphics on the Java Platform and Scalable Vector Graphics and the Batik Project at JavaOne 2002 held in San Francisco, CA, USA.
20 - 21
W3C had a booth at Documation 2002 at Paris La Défense, France.
20
Wendy Chisholm presented Learn To Use Tools And Processes To Evaluate Web Content For Accessibility at the CSUN Technology and Persons With Disabilities conference held at California State University, Northridge, CA, USA.
14
Daniel Dardailler, Vincent Quint, Philipp Hoschka, and Marie-Claire Forgue attended an Aristote seminar on Travaux du W3C in Paris, France. Their talks were broadcast live on the Renater network via IP multicast. Philipp's talk was titled Point sur les besoins des nouveaux terminaux sur le Web.
13
Vincent Hardy, W3C Fellow from Sun Microsystems, spoke on SVG in Web Services at XML & Web Services 2002 in London, UK.
7
Hugo Haas spoke on Web services at W3C at the OMG workshop Web Services From Technology to Reality in San Jose, California, USA.
5 - 6
Ian Jacobs spoke on W3C Technologies and Accessibility at the University of Venezia in Venice, Italy and the University of Bologna Dept. of Internet Economics in Forlì, Italy.
4-5
Bert Bos presented "Device independence through 'Media queries'" at the W3C Delivery Context Workshop

February

27
W3C Technical Plenary in Cannes Mandelieu, France
25
Ivan Herman presented a tutorial 2D Web Graphics: SVG at the Web3D 2002 Symposium in Tempe, Arizona, USA.
12-14
Thierry Michel and Vincent Hardy gave SVG and SMIL demos at the W3C booth at IMAGINA.02, the International Festival for Digital Images, held at the Grimaldi Forum, Monaco.
7 - 8
PAGE2002 in Tokyo, Japan
5 - 6
Charles McCathieNevile gave a series of talks in Finland including a two-day workshop at Mlab/UIAH in Helsinki.

January

28 - 31
Twentieth International Unicode Conference, Washington, DC, USA
28
Ivan Herman presented A Tour Around W3C XML Recommendations at IDA in Singapore.
25
Ivan Herman gave a W3C Overview to employees of ETRI in Daejeon, Korea.
23
Tim Berners-Lee gave a talk titled Semantic Web: Toward Machine Processable Data on the Web at the Cambridge-MIT Institute Distinguished Lecture Series "Innovation at the Boundaries" in Cambridge, MA, USA.
22
Daniel Dardailler presented Tools and standards: Evolution and perspectives at the Benchmark Forum (in French) "Gestion de contenu Internet-Intranet" in Paris, France.
14
Philippe Le Hégaret gave a talk on DOM Level 3 at ILOG in Sophia-Antipolis, France.
10
Daniel Dardailler presented an Update on W3C Technologies and Vincent Quint spoke at Autrans 2002 (in French) "Internet au défi des usages" in Autrans (Vercors), France. The event was organized by the Internet Society.
8
Philippe Le Hégaret presented A Short History of the Web at the Faculty of Science, University of Nice, France.

2001

December | November | October | September | August | July | June | May | April | March | February | January

December

19
Wendy Chisholm was the keynote speaker at the State of Washington Accessibility Symposium, USA.
18-20
Ivan Herman presented A Tour around W3C XML Recommendations and Yasuyuki Hirakawa and Tatsuya Hagino presented a paper at EuroWeb in Pisa, Italy. The event was endorsed by IW3C2 and supported by the W3C Italian Office.
11 - 14
XML 2001 USA in Orlando, Florida
3
Tim Berners-Lee spoke at the Harvard Information Infrastructure Project at the John F. Kennedy School of Government, Harvard University, Cambridge, MA, USA.

November

29
Marie-Claire Forgue, Tatsuya Hagino, José Kahan, Kazuhiro Kitagawa, Chris Lilley, and Nobuo Saito gave talks at W3C Day at Keio (in Japanese) held at Keio University Mita Campus in Tokyo, Japan. W3C Team members from all three W3C host sites, INRIA, Keio, and MIT, participated in this event. The prerecorded introductory talk by W3C Director Tim Berners-Lee has both English and Japanese subtitles (SMIL 2.0 player required).
22
Ivan Herman presented W3C Architectural Recommendations at the XML Belux conference at the Elewijt Center, Mechelen, Belgium.
21
Kazuhiro Kitagawa presented Device Independence and the Semantic Web (in Japanese) at Internet World Japan 2001 at Makuhari Messe in Chiba, Japan.
20
Philipp Hoschka gave a keynote titled The Future of Streaming Media on the Web at Streaming Media Japan 2001 in Tokyo. The event was sponsored by IDG Japan.
15 - 16
Wendy Chisholm and Charles McCathieNevile spoke at OZeWAI 2001 in Melbourne, Australia.
15
Tim Berners-Lee gave a talk titled Technology in the 21st Century at the Cambridge Forum in Cambridge, MA, USA.
15
Bert Bos presented "W3C: standaardisatie tussen idealisme en praktijk" (in Dutch) at the congress of the SGML/XML User Group Holland.
8 - 10
W3C co-sponsored XML Japan, held in Tokyo, Japan.
1
Martin Dürst presented two talks, entitled The World Wide Web Consortium (W3C): An Overview and Web Architecture: From URIs to the Semantic Web, at the 2001 Web-based Technology Standards Conference, organized by the National Computerization Agency, in Seoul, Korea.

October

29
Nobuo Saito presented Standardization Activities by W3C and Tatsuya Hagino gave a talk on the Current Situation and Perspective of Semantic Web and XML at the INTAP Semantic Web Conference at Keio University Mita Campus in Tokyo, Japan.
26
Charles McCathieNevile attended V Jornadas del SID@R (in conjunction with IBERDISCAP) in Mar del Plata, Argentina. He gave a presentation titled, Formación para las autores del Web.
17
Philipp Hoschka presented a tutorial titled Future Web Interface Technologies at SBMIDIA 2001 (the Brazilian Symposium on Multimedia and Hypermedia Systems) in Florianopolis, Brazil. The event was sponsored by the Brazilian Computer Society (Sociedade Brasileira de Computacao - SBC).
16
Charles McCathieNevile gave a presentation on the Semantic Web and use cases for the British Computer Society's Specialist Group.
13
Ivan Herman presented Overview of W3C Technologies at Day of the Greek W3C Office in Thessaloniki, Greece.
11
Philippe Le Hégaret presented XML Use in the W3C DOM Working Group, at XML Forum in Washington, DC, USA.
5
Bert Bos presented Same source, multiple uses —" The "semantic Web" today with CSS, XSLT, HTML and RDF at a workshop organized by the German W3C Office at Fraunhofer IMK, Sankt-Augustin, Germany.
4 - 5
Rigo Wenning participated in the JRC-Workshop on Privacy and Security in Brussels, Belgium.
1
Henry Thompson gave an invited keynote at XML Day Budapest 2001 in Budapest, Hungary. The title of his speech is The XML Meta-Architecture Four Years On: How the XML Pieces Fit Together and What the XML<->Application Interface Looks Like.

September

26
Tim Berners-Lee gave a lecture entitled Democracy and the Internet: New Rules for New Times at the Europeaum Policy Forum at Oxford University, UK
21
W3C Tutorial Seminar (in Japanese) at Open Research Forum (in Japanese) in Fujisawa, Japan. Saeko Takeuchi chaired.
17 September - 1 October
XML Days Europe
12
Henry Thompson gave an invited keynote, XML, Objects and the Web: How XML Schema and XML Infoset facilitate OO Data Binding, at Net.ObjectDays 2001 in Erfurt, Germany.
12
Chris Lilley attended the 19th International Unicode Conference in San Jose, USA. He gave a presentation, SVG: Vector Graphics Meets Unicode.
6
Eric Miller gave a keynote, Digital Libraries and the Semantic Web, at the 5th European Conference on Research and Advanced Technology for Digital Libraries in Darmstadt, Germany.
6
Ivan Herman attended the Eurographics 2001 Conference in Manchester, UK. He gave a presentation, 2D Web Graphics, State of the Art Presentation.
3
Charles McCathieNevile gave a presentation on the Semantic Web and Web accessibility at Monash University, Clayton Campus.

August

30
Charles McCathieNevile presented in Perth, Australia on what are the Web Accessibility Guidelines, and gave a workshop on making content accessible.
27
Philipp Hoschka and Vincent Quint attended École d'été PDMS 2001 in Autrans, France, sponsored by l'INRIA Rhône-Alpes. Vincent Quint presented L'évolution des standards du World Wide Web Consortium (in French). Philipp Hoschka presented Synchronized Multimedia at W3C.
22
Kazuhiro Kitagawa, Wataru Okada, and Fumio Kato attended ITCom 2001 organized by SPIE, the International Society for Optical Engineering, on 22 August in Denver, Colorado, USA. Kaz presented an Empirical study on location based service on the Web with CC/PP and RDF based on two posters presented at WWW10.
15
Bert Bos presented "What my browser should do" to employees of Opera Software in Oslo.

July

20
Charles McCathieNevile attended the Changing Landscapes II Forum in Rockhampton, Australia, and presented on Web accessibility, Then, now, and beyond.
30 - 1 August
Eric Miller was an invited speaker at the International Semantic Web Working Symposium (SWWS) at Stanford University, California, USA.
17 and 19
Charles McCathieNevile attended the Techfest expos in Hobart and Launceston, Australia. He gave a presentation on the what and why of accessibility, and a workshop on how to implement accessibility.
11
Philipp Hoschka presented Activities of the W3C at the ICANN PSO (Protocol Supporting Organization) General Assembly held in Sophia-Antipolis, France, sponsored by ETSI.
10
Hugo Haas gave a presentation of W3C and Web services and Eric Prud'hommeaux gave a presentation of the Semantic Web at the Software Services Grid Workshop in Danvers, MA, USA.
2
Klaus Birkenbihl, manager of the W3C German Office, spoke about XML standards at the EUROFORUM Konferenz: XML - Neue Technologien und Einsatzmöglichkeiten in der Praxis, in Munich, Germany.

June

4
Tim Berners-Lee gave a talk at the Computerworld Honors Leadership Award for Global Integration, Washington, D.C., USA.
4
Marja-Riitta Koivunen and Charles McCathieNevile attended the HFWeb conference in Madison, Wisconsin, USA. They gave a presentation on Accessible Graphics and Multimedia.
5 - 6
Wendy Chisholm co-presented Web Accessibility Workshop: More People. More Situations. More Business. at HFWeb, Madison, Wisconsin, USA.
Wendy Chisholm co-presented Advanced Topics in Web Accessibility at HFWeb, Madison, Wisconsin, USA.
12
Charles McCathieNevile gave a talk at Monash University on Making The Web Accessible.
13
Tim Berners-Lee gave a talk at the Congressional Internet Caucus Speaker's Series, Washington, D.C., USA.
14 - 15
Massimo Marchiori attended Financial Protocols 2001 in London, UK. He gave a presentation titled XML and the Foundation Layer.
15
Gioacchino La Vecchia attended an event organized by ISOC Italy. He gave a presentation titled The role of Italy in the development of standards and in the government of the net.
18
Philipp Hoschka gave a lecture entitled SMIL - Une Introduction (in French) at the University of Montpellier
19 - 20
Brian Matthew gave a keynote at XML for Financial Services in London, UK.
20
Tim Berners-Lee accepted an honorary degree at the University of Oxford, Oxford, UK.
21
Chris Lilley gave an overview of SVG at W3C at Sophia Schneider Automation, France.
27
Charles McCathieNevile gave two short presentations at The Hague in the Netherlands. His presentations focused on the history of the Semantic Web and on Web accessibility using the Semantic Web.
27 - 29
Massimo Marchiori attended SEBD 2001 (Symposium on Advanced Database Systems) in Venice, Italy. He gave a presentation titled Data on the Web: A W3C Perspective.
29
Philipp Hoschka presented What's new in SMIL 2.0? at le club SMIL d'Aristote in Paris, France.

May

1 - 5
Tenth International World Wide Web Conference (WWW10), Hong Kong
Opening Keynote
XML Overview
Semantic Web Overview
Foundations of Web Services
Essential UI Features
XHTML and Modularization (M12n)
Delivering Device Independence
Presentation and Transformation
Developers' Day
6 - 9
Tutorials and "W3C Day" at Evolve 2001 in Sydney, Australia, including:
17
Gioacchino La Vecchia attended Linux@Work 2001 in Milan, Italy. He participated in a round table on W3C open source activity.
21 - 25
Chris Lilley served as co-chair of the Web Graphics track at XML Europe 2001. His presentation was titled A Comparison of WebCGM and SVG.
23
Tim Berners-Lee gave a talk at the Smithsonian Associates, Washington, D.C., USA. The topic of his presentation was English as a Global Language: Opportunities and Challenges.
29
Tim Berners-Lee participated in a Digital Media Forum, sponsored by the Ford Foundation, Alexandria, Virginia, USA.

April

12
Ivan Herman gave a presentation at The Hague, sponsored by the W3C Dutch Office and ISOC-NL. His presentation was titled Overview of W3C Activities.
22 - 23
Charles McCathieNevile attended AusWeb in Coffs Harbour, Australia. He gave a presentation on the Semantic Web and accessibility.
24 - 27
The 18th International Unicode Conference, in Hong Kong, sponsored by the Unicode Consortium. Chris Lilley presented a paper titled SVG: Unicode meets Vector Graphics. Max Froumentin gave a tutorial titled Introduction to XSL.
25 - 27
Bert Bos gave a presentation on XML and its family of standards at CRICS5 in Havana, Cuba. This event was sponsored by BIREME, the Pan American Health Organization and the World Health Organization.

March

4 - 8
Ian Jacobs gave a presentation at the WinWriters Online Help Conference. The presentation was titled Authoring accessible tools for the Web.
22 - 28
CeBIT 2001 in Hannover, Germany. See the W3C at CeBIT'01 Web page.
26 - 27
Henry Thompson attended XML World Euro Edition. He gave a keynote titled XML - Knitting the Web Together. He also gave a tutorial on Weaving the Web with XML: An Overview of the XML family of W3C Recommendations.
28 - 30
Charles McCathieNevile attended the Australian Online Documentation Conference in Canberra. He gave a presentation on Accessible (Web-based) Help Systems.

February

1
Daniel Weitzner attended the Middle East Institute conference on Information Technology in the Middle East, in Washington, D.C., USA. He participated in a panel titled, "Panel III: The Social and Political Impact of Information Technology."
8 - 9
PAGE2001 in Tokyo, Japan. Sponsored by the Japan Association of Graphic Arts Technology.
21 - 23
Henry Thompson spoke at XML DevCon Europe in London, UK. He presented on the topic of new global e-business standards.
22 - 23
Vincent Quint, Philipp Hoschka, Daniel Dardailler and Bert Bos spoke at the European Broadcasting Union specialized workshop XML Technologies in Broadcasting in Geneva, Switzerland. Vincent Quint gave a keynote on W3C and Web technologies. Philipp Hoschka presented Multimedia applications based on SMIL. Daniel Dardailler gave a presentation about Accessibility for XML-based multimedia. Bert Bos spoke about RDF for metadata.
23
Joseph Reagle gave a presentation for the 4.297 E-Commerce Architecture Seminar sponsored by MIT. The title of his presentation was URIs and Web Architecture.
27
Alan Kotok attended the SHARE conference in Long Beach, California, USA. He gave a general presentation on the work of W3C, The World Wide Web Consortium (W3C) and You.

January

10
Daniel Weitzner attended the Future of Music Policy Conference, in Washington, D.C., USA. He participated in a panel titled, "Panel 4: Open and/or Closed: The Future of Technology."
17
Charles McCathieNevile attended Information Online 2001 in Sydney, Australia. He gave a presentation on the topic Web Accessibility - present and future.
18
Philipp Hoschka gave a presentation entitled Towards Streaming Media Interoperability at a Roundtable on Streaming Standards in Paris, France, sponsored by the Development Institute International.
22
Ivan Herman gave a presentation at XML & VoiceXML in Telecoms, sponsored by XML.org. The title of his presentation was Identifying the XML Opportunity for the Telecom Industry.

2000

January | February | March | April | May | June | July | August | September | October | November | December

January 2000

14
Dan Connolly spoke at the ALA Conference, San Antonio, Texas, USA.
31 - 2 February
Philipp Hoschka, Jean-François Abramatic and Thierry Michel presented at Imagina 2000, in Monte Carlo, Monaco.

February

2
Chris Lilley spoke at Philips Research, Eindhoven, The Netherlands.
3
Chris Lilley spoke at the Future of Web Graphics Symposium at the Universite of Jussieu, Paris, France.
8
Ian Jacobs presented Presentazione Generale del W3C al Palazzo Chigi, in Rome, Italy.
24 - 1 March
Bert Bos, Johan Hjelm, Bob Hopgood, Rigo Wenning and staff from the W3C German Office attended CeBIT, in Hannover, Germany.

March

5 - 8
Tim Berners-Lee gave a keynote at the eBusiness Summit Winter 2000 in San Diego, California, USA.
5 - 9
Chris Lilley spoke at the WinWriters Online Help Conference in San Diego, California, USA.
23
Marja-Riitta Koivunen, Charles McCathieNevile, and Ian Jacobs presented at CSUN 2000 in Los Angeles, CA, USA. Their presentation was titled Toward Accessible Multimedia.
30
Chris Lilley delivered a paper entitled Internationalisation and Localisation with SVG at the 16th International Unicode Conference, in Amsterdam, the Netherlands.

April

18 - 20
Charles McCathieNevile attended FOSE 2000, in Washington, DC, USA. His presentation was titled Making the Web Accessible.

May

15 - 19
Ninth International World Wide Web Conference (WWW9), Amsterdam, The Netherlands
The Device Independent Web
Building a Web of Trust
Making the Multimedia, Multilingual Web
XML Architecture: All About Structure
Presentation and Transformation
Open Source, Open Microphone
Developers' Day

June

10 - 15
Chris Lilley chaired the Graphics track at XML Europe 2000.

July

12
Charles McCathieNevile attended an accessibility seminar held by the Office of Government Online, Canberra, Australia. He spoke on the topic of WAI Guidelines.
17
Martin J. Dürst attended the Multilingual Internet Name Workshop in Yokohama, Japan. He gave a presentation titled Multilingual Domain Names: W3C Concerns and Contributions.

August

15 - 18
Michael Sperberg-McQueen served as co-chair for the Extreme Markup Languages 2000 Conference in Montreal, Canada.
19
Bert Bos presented Stijlvolle en toegankelijke Web-pagina's — CSS en de Web Accessibility Guidelines (in Dutch) at the University of Groningen.
28
W3C P3P Working Group Members made presentations at the Sommer Akademie 2000 sponsored by the Independent Centre for Privacy Protection Schleswig-Holstein in Kiel, Germany.

September

5 - 6
The W3C/WAP Forum Workshop on the Multimodal Web was held in Hong Kong, PROC.
5 - 8
W3C co-sponsored the Seventeenth International Unicode Conference in San Jose, California, USA. Martin Dürst of W3C/Keio University presented the tutorial Weaving the Multilingual Web: Standards and their Implementations.
6
Tim Berners-Lee presented XML and the Web at XML World 2000 in Boston, Massachusetts, USA.
11
Karl Dubost presented RDF et les métadonnées at Bibilothèque Nationale de France, Paris.

October

2 - 6
Vincent Quint gave the opening keynote address at the 12th International Conference on Knowledge Engineering and Knowledge Management in Juan-les-Pins, France.
3
Dave Raggett attended the Device Independent Authoring workshop in Bristol, UK. He gave a presentation titled Device Independent Authoring - Is it realistic?
3 - 4
The W3C/WAP Forum Workshop on Device Independent Authoring was held at HP Labs in Bristol, UK.
11
Dave Raggett attended the Voice Portals Conference in London, UK. He gave a presentation titled W3C work on Voice Interaction.
17 - 27
XML Days Europe. The W3C German Office hosted an informational booth in Munich, Germany.
17
The W3C Dutch Office organized a one day course on SVG and SMIL, in Amsterdam, the Netherlands. Speakers were F.R.A. Hopgood, W3C, and L. Rutledge, CWI and member of the SMIL Working Group. For more details, see the Office events page.
19
Karl Dubost presented RDF et les métadonnées at École Polytechnique, Palaiseau, France.
20 - 21
W3C co-sponsored the first MathML conference at the University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign, Illinois, USA.
21
Vincent Quint and Irène Vatton attended the MathML Conference, Urbana-Champaign, Illinois, USA. They gave a presentation titled Editing MathML on the Web with Amaya.
24 - 25
Charles McCathieNevile gave a presentation titled, SVG, SMIL 2, XSLT - Extending the Web at the Helsinki University of Technology and Tampere University of Technology, Finland.
31 - 3 November
The W3C Australian Office was represented at XML Asia Pacific in Sydney, Australia.

November

2
P3P Interop Session in Palo Alto, California. This event brings together software developers and web site operators to "test drive" P3P and demonstrate its uses and capabilities
8
Charles McCathieNevile presented WAI y la accessibilidad de SMIL y SVG, IV Jornadas del SIDAR, Spain (in Spanish; English version also available).
10
Yves Lafon made a presentation to the Cabinet du Premier Ministre. The talk emphasized WAI, and gave an overview of W3C Activities.
10
Philipp Hoschka attended the Opening of the W3C Office at EMI, Morocco. He spoke on the topic of The W3C Architecture Domain.
15 - 16
Karl Dubost attended the International Web Accessibility Summit in Melbourne, Australia. He gave a presentation titled W3C standards as a guarantee for Accessibility and Interoperability.
16
Charles McCathieNevile and Jason White attended the Web Accessibility Summit in Melbourne, Australia. They gave a presentation titled WAI, The Web Content Guidelines and future directions in Web Accessibility.
17
Joseph Reagle attended Legal XML at MIT. He gave a presentation titled, Overview of W3C and XML.
20 - 24
Massimo Marchiori attended IPA Fall Days on Applied Algorithm Design, in Millingen aan de Rign, Holland. He gave a presentation titled WWW: Where, Where, Where - Searching the World Wide Web.
23
The W3C Dutch Office organized a one day course on XHTML in Amsterdam, the Netherlands. The speaker was Steven Pemberton, CWI, Chair of the XHTML Working Group. For more details, see the Office events page.
23
Bert Bos presented PhotoRDF and rdfpic — an application of RDF to holiday pictures at the EU Workshop Semantic Web technologies, in Luxembourg.
28 - 30
The W3C Advisory Committee met in Boston, Massachusetts, USA. This meeting is open only to the W3C Membership.

December

3 - 8
XML 2000 Conference in Washington, D.C., USA. W3C was a co-sponsor of this event.
6 - 8
Kazuhiro Kitagawa gave a talk at DBWeB2000, in Tokyo, Japan. The conference is held by IPSJ, Information Processing Japan, and ACM SIGMOD Japan Charter. Kazuhiro introduced the W3C TV and Web Activity and the Device Independence Activity. Details are available in Japanese.
8
Karl Dubost attended LexiPraxi 2000, sponsored by the Association des Informaticiens de Langua Française. He gave a presentation titled Être strict pour partager: les standards du W3C pour garantir le multilinguisme sur internet.
20
Charles McCathieNevile gave a presentation titled Web Accessibility, present and future (in Italian) for the W3C Italian Office at CNR in Rome, Italy. An English version is available.

1999

January | February | March | April | May | August | September | October | November | December

January

15
Johan Hjelm presented The W3C Mobile Activity at the IBC WAP conference in London, UK.

February

23
Jim Gettys gave a keynote address, The Parable of The Blind Men and the Elephant, at OSDI '99 in New Orleans, Louisiana, USA.
February 1999
Dan Connolly presented Web Architecture at the WAP Forum in Fort Worth, Texas, USA.

March

24
W3C LA event in Stockholm
25
Tim Berners-Lee gave the keynote address The Web is Changing - What Will Happen to Electronic Commerce? at the Internet Commerce Expo in Boston, Massachusetts, USA.

April

14
LCS 35th Anniversary Celebration
15
WAP Forum, Montreux
22
W3C Office Opening, CNR/CNUCE, Pisa, Italy

May

10-11
Eighth International World Wide Web Conference (WWW8), Toronto, Canada
W3C Track
Developers' Day

August

31
Fifteenth International Unicode Conference in San Jose, California, USA

September

13 - 15
Dave Raggett gave presentations on the Voice Browser Activity and the HTML Activity at the WAP Forum meeting in London, UK.

October

20
Freedom Forum, San Francisco, California, USA

November

4
Charles McCathieNevile presented The W3C Web Accessibility Initiative at the SIDAR annual conference held in Dusseldorf, Germany.
4
Charles McCathieNevile presented Improving Web Accessibility at the AAATE conference in Dusseldorf, Germany.
15
Ian Jacobs and Charles McCathieNevile presented Making The Web Accessible at Microsoft Corporation in Redmond, Washington, USA.

December

6 - 8
Dave Raggett and Daniel Veillard attended XML'99 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA. On 6 December, Dave Raggett presented XHTML - moving the Web to XML (audio) and Daniel Veillard presented XLink and XPointer.
8
Charles McCathieNevile presented Web Accessibility and Guidelines at the WAP Forum meeting in Sydney, Australia.

1998

February | March | April | May | September | November | December

February

Josef Dietl and Joseph Reagle presented the W3C Platform for Privacy Preferences Project at the International OECD Workshop on Privacy Protection in a Global Networked Society.

March

2 - 3
Josef Dietl presented Status of W3C EPayment Activities at Electronic Payments Forum in San Francisco, California, USA.
18
Tim Berners-Lee presented XML and the Future of Web Publishing at Seybold Seminars, New York, New York, USA.
27
Tim Berners-Lee gave the keynote World Wide Web - hopes for the future at the Quebec Internet Forum, Montreal, Canada.
March 1998
Dan Connolly gave the presentation Evolution of Web Data Formats at XML'98: The Conference in Seattle, Washington, USA.

April

14 - 18
Seventh International World Wide Web Conference (WWW7)
Developers' Day
W3C Track presentations
April 1998
W3C-LA Events

May

12
Tim Berners-Lee gave the keynote, Managing the Web: Chaos to Quality, at AIIM'98 in Anaheim, California, USA.

September

2
Tim Berners-Lee gave a keynote, Web Phase II: Revolution or Evolution?, at DCI's eBusiness World in Boston, Massachusetts, USA.
September 1998
Massimo Marchiori gave a tutorial, W3C e P3P (in Italian) at La Sapienza in Pisa, Italy.
September 1998
Janne Saarela gave a tutorial, Using RDF to manage multilingual Web sites, at the Second European conference on research and advanced technology for Digital Libraries in Crete, Greece.

November

8
Tim Berners-Lee gave a keynote, Web Phase II: Revolution or Evolution? (similar to DCI talk; a few slides are different) at AMIA in Orlando, Florida, USA.
10
OpenNet '98, Potsdam, Germany
25
Josef Dietl presented Qualifizierung von Internet-Inhalten (in German) at Remus Symposion, Saarbrücken, Germany.

December

8
Janne Saarela presented Resource Description Framework (PowerPoint only) at the W3C-LA Technical workshop in London, UK.
18
Ian Jacobs presented Web Architecture, W3C Perspective at the Department of Computer Science, University of Bologna in Bologna, Italy. (Slides in English; presentation in Italian.)

1997

15 January
Jim Gettys presented Preliminary HTTP/1.1 Performance Evaluation (14 slides) at the W3C Advisory Committee Meeting, Rutherford Appleton Laboratory, England.
6 February
Tim Berners-Lee gave a keynote, World Wide Web - Directions and Impact, at ComNet 97, in Washington D.C., USA. How could we improve the user interface to the web, and what impact would that have to the way we work and play?
February
Joseph Reagle presented Technical Constraints of Regulating Commercial Activity on the Internet.
7 - 11 April
Sixth International World Wide Web Conference
April
Tim Berners-Lee gave a keynote, How is the Web evolving?, at Comdex UK.
June
Platform for Privacy Preferences by Tim Berners-Lee
7 September
Lorrie Cranor and Joseph Reagle presented Designing a Social Protocol: Lessons Learned from P3P at TPRC.
September
Joseph Reagle presented The Platform for Privacy Preferences Project at the Open Group.
September
Tim Berners-Lee gave a keynote, Learning and working together at Online Learning 97 in Seattle, Washington, USA.
October
Joseph Reagle presented Promoting User Confidence on the Web at Digital.
December
Lorrie Cranor and Joseph Reagle presented The Platform for Privacy Preferences at Internet World.

1996

19 January
Rohit Khare presented Security Extensions for the Web at the RSA Data Security Conference
15 February
Western Communications Forum, Dallas, Texas, USA. The Internet and the Future of the World Wide Web. A ProForum by Prof. Paul Penfield and Dr. Jim Miller.
May
Tim Berners-Lee gave a keynote, The Axes of Revolution, at JavaOne, Moscone Center, San Francisco, California, USA. Transcription courtesy of Sun Microsystems.
August
Jim Miller presented W3C: Realizing the Full Potential of the Web.
August
Tim Berners-Lee presented W3C Overview (11 slides).
September
Tim Berners-Lee presented Building Industry on the Web (17 slides).
9 October
Tim Berners-Lee presented Wish list for collaboration on the web (6 slides) at the DARPA Intelligent Collaboration and Visualization meeting, Dallas, Texas, USA.
October
Tim Berners-Lee gave a keynote, Creativity in Cyberspace, at Software Development/Web96 in Washington, D.C., USA.

1995

January
Dan Connolly presented Formalizing Web Technology at DCI's WEB WORLD - The Conference in Orlando, Florida, USA.
2 June
Tim Berners-Lee gave an invited talk, The W3 Consortium and the Future, at DAGS Boston, Massachusetts, USA.
29 June
Tim Berners-Lee gave a keynote, Web revolution and evolution, at INET95 in Honolulu, Hawaii, USA. Overview of W3C and a list of future directions for the technology.
12 October
Tim Berners-Lee presented Hypertext and our collective destiny at the Bush Symposium. Some thoughts on the 50th anniversary of Vannevar Bush's seminal paper As We May Think presented.
30 - 31 October
Dan Connolly presented Technology for the Web Marketplace at the First International Conference on Electronic Commerce, University of Texas, Austin, Texas, USA.
December
Tim Berners-Lee presented WWW design decisions in perspective at MIT 6.001 Guest lecture, Cambridge, Massachusetts, USA.

1994

May
Tim Berners-Lee presented W3 future directions at the First International W3 Conference in Geneva, Switzerland.
September
Tim Berners-Lee gave a keynote, Publishing on the web, at the European HyperText Conference (ECHT) in Edinburgh, Scotland.
November
Tim Berners-Lee presented The Future and the W3 Consortium at WWW Fall 94.

1993

February
Tim Berners-Lee presented WorldWide Web at Nordunet 93.
March
Tim Berners-Lee presented the World-Wide Web at Online Publishing 93 in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, USA.
March
Tim Berners-Lee gave a WorldWide Web Seminar at the CERN Computer Seminar.
1 June
Tim Berners-Lee presented A General Overview of the WWW, Geneva University seminar, Geneva, Switzerland.

1992

No records.


1991

Feb 91
To Paolo Palazzi's ECP/PT group
14 May 91
To Livio Mapelli's LHC test beam collaboration (off-line)
17 May 91
To "C5" committee in CN
12 June 91
Computer Seminar
August 91
HEPICS talk by Judy Richards

1990 and before

No records. 


The later talks have style sheets and/or HTML markup to provide suitable colors and fonts, though some scaling may be necessary depending on the screen pixel width.


Janet Daly
Last modified: $Date: 2005/01/26 15:31:40 $