Graduate Student Conference

at Mälardalen Real-Time Research Centre in Västerås, May 10-11, 1999.


The participanting graduate students are expected to give a 20-30min presentation (including discussions) based on a position statement/extended abstract/paper to be submitted no later than April 26, 1999. In addition, there will be a presentation on "presentationsteknik" by Bengt Hemlin (in Swedish; and participants will recieve his book "Sammanfattningsvis skulle jag vilja säga...").

Conference fee

There will be no conference fee (but lunches, coffee and a conference dinner) and ARTES will cover the costs for one night accomodation and up to 1000SEK in travelling for registered ARTES Real-Time graduate students.

Senior researchers, industrial engineers and others are welcome to attend at a nominal fee.


Graduate students that intend to participate should submit their position statement/extended abstract/paper (max 15 pages; no specific formatting requirements) via e-mail in postscript or pdf format to no later than April 26, 1999. Copies of the submitted material will be distributed at the conference, but no formal publication will be made. [The submissions do not need to be original, but should be of general interest and related to to the ARTES/PAMP profiles.]


Please indicate your intention to participate in the ARTES Graduate Student Conference via e-mail ASAP to using this form, but no later than April 19. Please indicate if you are RT-graduate student and/or planning to submit a paper.


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