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Mon, 16 Aug 2010 08:56:29 -0700
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*Call for proposals for Presenting Published Work*
We are inviting presentations on the work that is relevant to the CHIMIT
mission and topics, but has appeared in other venues. The goal is to give
the CHIMIT attendees a broader view of the research in the areas related to
the human and technical sides of managing the complexity of  contemporary IT
systems and to showcase the important developments of the recent years.

The presentation can be based either on a single  or a series of published
papers. It will be allotted 15-20 minutes of presentation time at the
**Submissions and Dates**
*Each submission for the Published Work presentation should include a full
bibliographic reference, the abstract, and a URL for each of the papers on
which the presentation will be based. In case the presentation is based on
more than one paper, a brief (up to 300 words) abstract of the whole
presentation should be included. The submission may also include a brief (up
to 100-words) statement on why this work is relevant to CHIMIT.

Proposals should be submitted electronically in PDF format  by September 7
via the conference submission site: Acceptance decisions will be
based on the significance and relevance of the work to the CHIMIT community.
Notifications will be emailed by September 24.

For more information about the conference, please visit

Nicole Forsgren Velasquez, PhD
Assistant Professor
Pepperdine University

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