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              PRELIMINARY PROGRAM ON-LINE

  CRITICAL COMPUTING -- Between Sense and Sensibility
    The Fourth Decennial Aarhus Conference, August 2005
             20-24 August 2005, Aarhus Denmark

               http://www.aarhus2005.org
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We are happy to announce that the preliminary program is now 
available at the website. it includes two keynote lectures (by 
Christiane Floyd and Randy Trigg), four panels, and an open 
demonstration/exhibition session (see below), as well as long and 
short paper sessions.

Some of the workshop still accept possition statements (see on the web)



ABOUT THE OPEN SESSION
Do you have a "thing" you would like to show to the other 
participants at the Critical Computing Conference?

The Critical Computing Conference participants are invited to bring 
"things" to show during the Open Session. This session is an 
un-refereed session that welcomes traditional demonstrations of 
software/hardware systems, cardboard construction kits and other 
design artefacts; or other "things" you think could be relevant. 
Showing something in the Open Session can be planned in advance, or 
it can be done spontaneously if you, during the first days of the 
conference, realize that you have carried something with you that has 
become relevant.
The Open Session will take place on Tuesday between lunch and coffee. 
The conference provides a number of tables, power outlets, WiFi and 
possibly poster boards. However, we do not guarantee the 
availablility of any of these or other resources.

To enable at least some overview of the Open Session we provide an 
announcement board where each "demonstration" is briefly described on 
a special form with a number corresponding to a sign posted in the 
room where the demonstrations takes place.

For your "thing" to be included in the Open Session, simply bring it, 
and then fill in the special form available at the registration desk. 
If you already know that you want to have a "thing" to exhibit in the 
open session please notify us right away by sending an email to 
[log in to unmask] so that we have an idea about the resources we 
should aim to provide for the session.

more information about the conference at   http://www.aarhus2005.org



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