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5th International Conference on Reliable Software Technologies
                Ada-Europe 2000
June 26-30, 2000, Potsdam (Berlin), Germany

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This e-mail is to give information about
- invited speakers
- technical papers
- tutorials
- associated meetings
- conference venue (Potsdam, Berlin, World Exhibition EXPO 2000 Hannover)=

- exhibition and sponsors

For up-to-date information on the programme, the tutorials, invited speak=
ers, and =

daily schedules, please visit http://www.ada-europe.org/conference2000.ht=
ml
In case of accessing problems or to get a written copy of the Advance Pro=
gramme, =

please send e-mail to: [log in to unmask]


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--> Invited Speakers

Tuesday
Support of technology development in the Information Society
Rainer Zimmermann
Head of Unit E2, European Commission, =

DG Information Society, Brussels

Wednesday
Kingcat MCAS - Monitoring, Control and Alarm System for a luxury motor ya=
cht =

implemented in Ada and Java
Reto Weiss
Kingcat MCAS Project Manager/Software Engineer, =

Paranor AG, Switzerland

Thursday
Ada after 10 years of usage - is there a commercial future?
Bryan Pflug
Chief Engineer, Simulation & Software Engineering, =

Boeing Commercial Airplanes, Seattle, USA

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--> Technical Papers

The technical programme includes beside the keynote addresses, 13 session=
 papers by the =

international community with refereed contributions from Argentina, Austr=
alia, Austria, =

Canada, China, France, Germany, Italy, Japan, Norway, Spain, Sweden, Swit=
zerland, =

United Kingdom and the USA, additional two sessions with short presentati=
ons on various =

interesting topics, and two sessions, in which vendors present their comm=
ercial products. =

The proceedings of the conference will be published in the LNCS Series by=
 Springer. =

For details see:
http://www.ada-deutschland.de/AE2000/prog/index4.html

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--> Tutorials

Tutorial 1: =

Brosgol, Ben, Java for Ada Programmers

Tutorial 2: =

Gonzalez Harbour, Michael, Real-Time POSIX

Tutorial 3A: =

Cook, David and Dupaix, Les, Ada95 for Beginners
Tutorial 3B: Cook, David and Dupaix, Les, Ada95 for Ada83 Programmers =


Tutorial 4: Hausen, Hans-Ludwig, Software Metrology Basics - Measurement,=
 Assessment =

and Certification of Procedures, Objects and Agents

Tutorial 5: Rosen, Jean-Pierre, The HOOD 4 design method

Tutorial 6: Tian, Jeff, Tree-Based Reliability Models (TBRMs) for Early R=
eliability =

Measurement and Improvement

Tutorial 7: Heaney, Matthew, Implementing Design Patterns in Ada95

Tutorial 8: Harbaugh John, High Integrity Ada Tasking

Tutorial 9: Briot, Emmanuel, GtkAda, an Ada95 object-oriented graphic too=
lkit

Tutorial 10: Rybin, Sergey and Fofanov, Vasily, Building Ada development =
tools =

with ASIS for-GNAT

Tutorial 11: Leringe, =D6rjan, Windows development with Ada

Tutorial 12: Gasperoni, Franco, Developing Ada Applications for the Java =
Platform =

with JGNAT =


For details see:
http://www.ada-deutschland.de/AE2000/tutorials/index4.html

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--> Associated Meetings

Ada-Europe =

Ada Europe Board (closed), Monday, 26th
Ada Europe General Assembly, Tuesday, 27th
Ada Europe Board (closed), Thursday, 29th

Ada Deutschland
Gi FG 2.1.5 Ada, Monday 26th
F=F6rderverein Ada Deutschland e.V., Monday 26th

HOOD User Forum
Hood User Forum, Friday, 30th (see special link)

ISO WG9 (ISO/IEC JTC1/SC22/WG9)
The 38th meeting of the ISO Working Group 9 (closed), =

Friday, 30th (see home page)

Ada Rapporteur Group (ISO/IEC JTC1/SC22/WG9/ARG)
The 11th meeting of the ARG (closed), Friday, 30th until Sunday, =

2nd (see information page)

Details may be found at:
http://www.ada-deutschland.de/AE2000/prog/index4.html

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--> Conference Venue

Potsdam is the capital of the state Brandenburg and situated a few miles =
west of Berlin, =

the capital of Germany. Both cities offer many historic and modern attrac=
tions and an =

exciting environment to visitors. =

The venue of the conference is the hotel "Seminaris" specializing in conf=
erences and
meetings. It is situated at the waterfront of a picturesque lake and near=
 the world-famous =

palace "Sanssouci". =

Social events on Tuesday and Wednesday, including a musical appearance of=
 "Lady Ada", =

round out a week well spent to catch up on the latest developments in rel=
iable software =

technologies.

--> EXPO 2000

The world exhibition EXPO 2000 takes place in Hannover during the Ada Eur=
ope 2000 conference.
Hannover is to reach within a few hours by train. So take the chance and =
visit the EXPO 2000.

Travel information may be found at:
http://www.ada-deutschland.de/AE2000/conf_site/index4.html

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--> Exhibition

An exhibition concurrent to the conference provides an opportunity to exp=
lore the latest =

developments by the commercial marketplace. The conference will be accomp=
anied by a three-day =

commercial exhibition on June 27, 28 and 29 with Vendors of software prod=
ucts and services. =

On Tuesday and Wednesday afternoon a vendor session will take place.
Exhibitors:
ACT Europe, Aonix, CAS GmbH, DDC-I, Green Hills, Information Processing L=
td., Irvine, =

PeerLogic, PolySpace, Praxis Critical Systems and Rational

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--> Sponsors

The conference is supported and sponsored by =

Ada Europe, Ada Deutschland e.V., ACM SIGAda, Gesellschaft f=FCr Informat=
ik e.V., =

DFG (German Research Foundation), Forschungszentrum Karlsruhe, Hotel Semi=
naris =

ACT Europe, Aonix, CAS GmbH, CSC PLOENZKE, DDC-I, Green Hills, Informatio=
n Processing Ltd., =

PeerLogic, PolySpace, Praxis Critical Systems and Rational.
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