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Date: Tue, 16 Jun 2009 14:23:35 +0200
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UMAP 2009
First and Seventeenth International Conference on
User Modeling, Adaptation, and Personalization
Trento, Italy, 22-26 June, 2009

Dear subscribers to the SIGCHI General Interest Announcements
mailing list,

Those of you who have still not quite decided whether to attend
UMAP 2009 - which takes place next week - can at least decide now
on the basis of extremely detailed information.

The following things have been added to the conference web site
since the previous call for participation:

1. The Schedule Planner ( helps
you explore the UMAP 2009 program and plan your participation in
the conference, taking advantage of community wisdom.

2. For the 5 workshops, the detailed schedules and/or full
proceedings are available. Note that all workshops welcome
participants who are not presenting a paper.

3. The 6 system demos for the Demonstration Session are
described in detail.

4. There is a page on the Industry Panel.

5. The complete papers of the Doctoral Consortium are freely

6. There is information about free WiFi access in the
conference center and in the town of Trento.

7. The Welcome Reception and the Social Dinner, both in
beautiful locations, are described.

To balance the picture, you can still consult the "Reasons Not
to Attend UMAP 2009" (

                  See you soon in Trento?
                  UMAP 2009 Conference Organization

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