The Official Conference and Exposition for Open Systems
Call for Proposals and Presenters
Tutorials - Workshops - Seminars - Track Sessions - BOFs
March 10-14, 1997 - Moscone Convention Center - San Francisco
The UniForum Association invites presenters to submit proposals
for its annual conference in the following general areas of Unix and open
- Operating Systems - Hardware and Software
- The Internet, the Intranet, the World-Wide Web
- Application Development and Tools
- Open Network Computing
- Client/Server, Middleware and Legacy System Migration
- Data Base, Data Mining, Data Warehousing Implementation Strategies
- PC and Unix Integration
- Systems and Network Administration & Management
- Computer Telephony Integration
- Emerging and Advanced Technologies
One and Two-day Conference Workshops, Tutorials and Seminars will take place
March 10-11, while Track Sessions and BOFs will run March 12-14.
About the UniForum '97 Conference
The UniForum Conference is the largest educational event of its kind for
the practitioner in the enterprise who is working with, or plans to work
with, Unix systems and open technologies. The Conference attendee will have
a computer systems background, but not necessarily Unix systems experience.
The attendee will be loking for substantive, practical information that
can be applied on the job or used for strategic planning and/or procurement.
Proposals for the UniForum '97 Conference sessions should target this audience.
Proposals that are case study oriented and which call for participative
feedback are preferred.
What Your Proposal Should Include
Your Proposal should identify the type of session you are interested in
giving: multi-day or single-day Workshop, Tutorial or Seminar; Track Session
Your Proposal should include a paragraph description about the technology
to be discussed, its open technology connection, and a problem/solution
case statement that speaks to how the technology works in the enterprise.
A target audience should be named with pre-requisites, if any. A brief presenter's
background should give pertinent information on expertise and conference
How to Submit Proposals
The preferred method is to send your Proposal via e-mail (ASCII) to: firstname.lastname@example.org
Or by mail to: Claudia Marshall, Conference Coordinator, UniForum, 2901
Tasman Dr. #205, Santa Clara, CA 95054. Your submission will be acknowledged.
For more information go to the UniForum home page: http://www.uniforum.org
or send inquiries to email@example.com