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Conference and Exhibition

4th Annual Conference on Scalable Vector Graphics
Conference takes place in Enschede, The Netherlands, 15-18 August 2005

SVG Open 2005 was held in Enschede, NL
After Zürich, Vancouver, and Tokyo, SVGopen 2005 was held in Enschede, the Netherlands, from August 15 to 18, 2005.
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SVG Open 2005 concluded
The SVG Open 2005 conference has finished.
Thanks to everyone involved for making this conference a success.
If you have taken pictures and want to share them please put them on the internet (for example at flickr) and send us the link. Please also give every photo an 'svgopen2005' tag. Photos already available: Some experiences/blogs from visitors: SVG Open 2006 will take place in Victoria, BC (Canada).
See you next year at SVG Open 2006!

SVG Open 2005 streams
The talks of the SVG Open 2005 sessions will be streamed live over the internet.
The streams are availabe in the following formats: These streams are made possible by SURFnet and UTV (University TV)

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Local information
More information on local transport in Enschede, including maps, as well as useful phone numbers and addresses can be found on the venue & hotels page.

More information on the Ice-breaker party and the conference dinner is available via the schedule.


Registration closed
Registration for the SVG Open 2005 conference is closed.
It is no longer possible to register online for SVG Open 2005.

If you want to visit SVG Open 2005 but have not registered, you can get day passes on site (at the registration desk) for € 100 per day excluding lunch.

We have plenty of day passes available for the conference itself so there is no need to ask for reservations on day passes. Since the rooms where the courses are given are smaller than the conference rooms, day passes for the courses are handed out first come, first serve.

The registration desk will open on Monday morning, August 15th, at 8:00 o'clock sharp.


Wireless Internet facilities & CampusLBS
All participants of SVG Open 2005 will have free access to the UT Wireless Campus: Spread over the 140 hectare campus 650 access points have been installed, making it Europe's largest uniform wireless hotspot.

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