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

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All plenary sessions are in room CC-2

You can find the locations of the different rooms at these maps.

Monday / August 15 - Courses and workshops

Westzaal (P100) C4 (P008) C5 (P012) PJ1 (P102) PJ2 (P104)
9:00 - 12:30 Introduction to SVG
Mr. Douglas A. Schepers
SMIL and javascript animation
M Michel Hirtzler
Mr Lorenzo Boncompagni
Building SVG-Front-Ends for Multi-Tier Applications
Mr Jan-Klaas Kollhof
Mapping with SVG and ECMA-Script, the client side view
andré m winter
Olaf Schnabel
Tobias Dahinden
Nicole Ueberschär
Building a SVG Webmapping Application Using Postgis, PHP and the UMN Mapserver
Andreas Neumann
Juliana Williams
Olaf Schnabel
14:00 - 17:30 Dynamic Applications with SVG and ECMAScript
Christian Wenz
Tobias Hauser
SMIL and javascript animation (continued) Graphical Wonders: Integrating SVG with Mozilla Firefox
Kurt A Cagle
Mapping with SVG and ECMA-Script, the client side view (continued) Building a SVG Webmapping Application Using Postgis, PHP and the UMN Mapserver (continued)

Tuesday / August 16

CC-2 CC-3 CC-4
9:00 Opening (CC-2)
10:30 Coffee break
11:00 Thematic Navigation in Space and Time
Andreas Neumann
GEMOS Building Management System’s SVG Interface
Mr Chris B Peto
User Interface Teams and the Role of the Designer in the Development of Next Generation Web Applications
Peter Schonefeld
11:30 Interactive Hiking Map of Yosemite National Park
Juliana Williams
SVG and Mathematics
Dr Stanko Blatnik
Dr Kelly Carey
The SVG Wow! Session
Vincent Hardy
Nandini Ramani
12:00 Modeling of GIS- and LBS-specific Style Properties in SVG Documents
Prof. Thomas Brinkhoff
Batik, SVG 1.2 and sXBL
Mr Cameron McCormack
The Story of Art
Mr Peter L Edwards
Peter Moore
12:30 Lunch break
14:00 Specialized SVG Applications for Cadastral Departments
Dipl.-Ing. Hauke Christoph
The Open Overlays Collaborative Workspace
Prof David A. Duce
Prof Christopher S Cooper
Dr Paul Grace
Mr. Musbah Sh. Sagar
SVGT viewers for mobile devices. Ikivo Animator - SVGT
Bradley Sipes
14:30 One thousand billion of... maps (with SVG and Cocoon)
Mr Jean-Claude Moissinac
Mr Eric Guichard
SVG For Teaching 2D Graphics Standards
Dr. John C Whelan
SVGT viewers for mobile devices. Ikivo Animator - SVGT (continued)
Bradley Sipes
15:00 Real Time Flood Warning Decision Support Systems Utilizing Client-Side XML/XSLT/SVG
Bruce Rindahl
A localization system for library items using SVG
Egon Nijns
15:30 Tea break
16:00 Adding interaction to interactive maps: "isiMap" and Layoutdescription
Tobias Dahinden
Renesis - More than a svg 1.2 renderer
Alexander Adam
16:30 Geographical Information System Based on the Scalable Vector Graphics Standard
Igor Cabral
Prof. Luiz Goncalves
Mr Mateus Cunha
Marcela Santos
Valeria Soares
Novel SVG Visualizations for Exploring Distributed Digital Libraries
Qianyi Gu
Faisal Ahmad
Tamara Sumner
Dr. Francis Molina
Renesis - More than a svg 1.2 renderer (continued)
Alexander Adam
17:00 Tirol Atlas Topo - SVG on top of a dynamic mapping system
Klaus Förster
SVG Collaboration Environment
Mr Stephen R Dawson
Renesis Studio (DestinyOne) and Xfactory
Alexander Adam
18:30 - 19:30 Ice-breaker party
Organised by, and held at, the ITC.

Wednesday / August 17

CC-2 CC-3 CC-4
9:00 Plenary session 2 (CC-2)
Keynote speakers:
mr. Simon Kendall (CTO EurotaxGlass), title: "Improve your Image!"
Improve your Image! A case-study on how SVG technology was used to transform a commercial application and deliver real business value. Learn about the technical and process challenges posed by using SVG, and what was needed to "make it happen".
mr. Kurt Cagle (Cagle Communications), provisional title: "SVG in the wider XML world"
10:30 Coffee break
11:00 Using GIS data intelligence on the web with Scalable Vector Graphics (SVG)
M. Dany Bouchard
PenDraw - a Language for Improving Server-Side Generation and Take-Up of SVG
Dr Andrew Main
Converting 3D Facial Animation with Gouraud Shaded SVG
Thomas Di Giacomo
Michel Gaudry
Nadia Magnenat-Thalmann
11:30 SVG Dynamical Cartographic Application
Mme Christine Potier
Mme Annie Danzart
SVG 1.2 Networking
Mr Jan-Klaas Kollhof
3D Animation Using SVG and XSLT
Prof David A. Duce
Prof Bob Hopgood
Mr Peter J Gould
12:00 Designing Visual Attention and User Interaction for a Geoportal using SVG
Trias Aditya
Barend Köbben
Menno-Jan MJ Kraak
Advanced Mouse Event Model for SVG
Mr. Musbah Sh. Sagar
Prof David A. Duce
Prof Christopher S Cooper
Applying sXBL to display Chemical Markup Language
Johanne Jean-Baptiste
12:30 Lunch break
14:00 SVG and XAML
Christian Wenz
Tobias Hauser
Comparison between XML to SVG Transformation Mechanisms
Christophe JOLIF
14:30 Using SVG-based Maps for Mobile Guide Systems: A Case Study for the Design, Adaptation and Usage of SVG-based Maps for Mobile Nature Guide Application
Dr Clemens CD Düpmeier
Mr. Peter Freckmann
Vilma Patalaviciute
Understand Compositing and Color extensions in SVG 1.2 in 30 minutes!
Craig Northway
SVG2MHP: A Content Transformation System for the Multimedia Home Platform
Christian Hentschel
Martin Zahn
Ralf Merettig
Anja Anke
Mario Oschwald
Robert Porscha
Frank Wiegand
Florian Kirsch
Marc Nienhaus
Jürgen Döllner
15:00 Indoor navigation with SVG
Christian Schmitt
Oliver Kaufmann
Implementing SVG in a Web Browser: Past, Present, and Future of SVG in Mozilla
T Rowley
Converting to SVG - Using your app's existing output capabilities
Mr. Jeroen Dekker
15:30 Tea break
16:00 Raster to Vector Conversion of Images for Efficient SVG Representation
Dr. Lakshman Prasad
Dr. Alexei N Skourikhine
Vectoreal SVG Graphing Service
Mr Ronan L Oger
16:30 Introducing Binary SVG
Robin Berjon
Making control panels with SVG and Microsoft Office
Mr Gildas Trébaol
Vectoreal SVG Graphing Service (continued)
Mr Ronan L Oger
17:00 Cartoon Oriented User Interfaces
Vincent Hardy
Nandini Ramani
SVG as a Key Technology for the Spatial Collaborative Structuring of Knowledge
Klaus Bertelt
Thorsten Hampel
Michael Vonrueden
18:30 - 23:00 Conference dinner
The conference dinner takes place at the Rijksmuseum Twenthe.
Amidst an inspiring exhibition of theatre, opera, and movie costumes designed by Rien Bekkers.

Thursday / August 18

CC-2 CC-3 CC-4
9:00 Layout Managers for Scalable Vector Graphics
Martin Rotard
Thomas Ertl
Implementing SVG in Opera - lessons learned
Charles McCathieNevile
Ove Ranheim
Augmenting search with a Semantic Visual Graph
Edwin E de Jonge
Dr. ir. Olav ten Bosch
9:30 A Form Management Solution using SVG
Mr Lorenzo Boncompagni
M Michel Hirtzler
Firemark: a Java Tool for SVG Watermarking
Dr. Sebastiano Battiato
Dott. Gianpiero Di Blasi
Prof. Giovanni Gallo
Enrico Messina
Data Visualization and Exploration With Directed Graphs in SVG
Mr. Douglas A. Schepers
10:00 Combining SVG and models of interaction to build highly interactive user interfaces
Mr Alexandre Lemort
Mr Stéphane Sire
Mr Stéphane Chatty
Interactive Visualizations for Text Exploration
Mr Seth T Raphael
Five Essays in Design
Jerrold Maddox
10:30 Coffee Break
11:00 SVGForms - A sXBL Widget Library for Forms in SVG
Mr Jan-Klaas Kollhof
WeatherSVG, A Dynamic Weather SVG Web Service
Mr Samuel Epstein
SVG and open modeling (open source)
John Ophof
11:30 Experiences creating a SPARK compliant widget set
Christopher T Lewis
Dynamic and interactive visualisation of weather data with SVG
Ralf Kunze
Dr. Oliver Vornberger
Robert Mertens
SVG and open modeling (continued)
John Ophof
12:00 Panel — SVG Working Group panel
Chris Lilley
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12:30 Lunch break
14:00 PowerXML: How to use SVG to create an open tool alternative to PowerPoint
Dr. Andrea Marchetti
Ing. Maurizio Tesconi
The visualization of multi variable information
Ed E.E.F. Stevenhagen
Panel — SVG Implementors Panel
Jim Ley
14:30 ScoreSVG: A Web-Based Music Editor for Creating Scores in SVG
Dr. Geoffrey A Bays
Dr. Ying Zhu
Theme Mountain: a SVG-based Visual Data Mining Tool
Dr. Sebastiano Battiato
Dott. Gianpiero Di Blasi
Prof. Giovanni Gallo
Sebastiano Greco
SVGOpen Conference Guide: An overview
ir Kavitha Muthukrishnan
Dr. Nirvana Meratnia
Georgi Koprinkov
15:00 SVG as a presentation format
Juan Carlos Torres
Raul Casado
Use of vector and raster tiles for middle-size SVG's mapping applications
M. Benjamin Campin
Mapping the GSM landscape
Johan Koolwaaij
15:30 Tea break
16:00 - 17:30 Plenary session 3 (CC-2)

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