The IEEE Professional Communication Conference 2010 - The Netherlands
Communication in a Self-Service Society
The IEEE Professional Communication Conference 2010 (IPCC 2010) will be held July 7-9, 2010 at the University of Twente, Enschede. The theme of the conference is
Communication in a Self-Service Society.
We invite proposals on the following topics:
- Access and accessibility
- Web 2.0 for Technical Communicators
- Visualization of location, space and direction
- Engineering communication, communicating engineering.
We welcome proposals for the following types of presentations:
- Paper presentations
- Poster presentations
- Media Showcase
For more information about the IEEE Professional Communication Society, the conference theme and threads, presentation formats and selection criteria, and for proposal submission, visit the website.
The proposal submission deadline is November 10, 2009. Proposals will be selected on the basis of blind peer review. Authors of accepted proposals will be invited to submit a paper for the conference proceedings.
IPCC conferences gather engineers and communication experts to discuss how engineers can contribute to better communication between humans, organizations and institutions, and how communication specialists can contribute to better communication about technology. You will find the brightest minds, the most innovative research, and the most stimulating discussions in the fields of technical and professional engineering communication at IPCC 2010. We invite you to submit your work, show your products, and join us for three inspiring days of presentations, exhibits, workshops, and special events.
Michael Steehouder, IPCC 2010 Conference chair
Thea van der Geest, IPCC 2010 Program chair
|Event starts:||Wednesday 07 July 2010|
|Event ends:||Friday 09 July 2010|
|Venue:||University of Twente|
|City where event takes place:||Enschede|
|Country where event takes place:||Netherlands|
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