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ETH Zurich Logo ETH Zurich

ETH Zurich has come to symbolise excellent education, groundbreaking basic research and applied results that are beneficial for society as a whole. Founded in 1855, it today offers researchers an inspiring environment and students a comprehensive education as one of the leading international universities for technology and the natural sciences. ETH Zurich has more than 17,000 students from approximately 80 countries, 3,800 of whom are doctoral candidates. More than 400 professors teach and conduct research in the areas of engineering, architecture, mathematics, natural sciences, system-oriented sciences, and management and social sciences. ETH Zurich regularly appears at the top of international rankings as one of the best universities in the world. 21 Nobel Laureates have studied, taught or conducted research at ETH Zurich, underlining the excellent reputation of the institute. ETH Zurich orients its research strategy around global challenges such as climate change, world food supply and human health issues.

IKG at ETH Zurich Logo Institute of Cartography and Geoinformation, ETH Zurich

The Institute of Cartography was founded in 1925 by Prof. Eduard Imhof. It is the worlds' oldest cartographic institute at the university level. Eduard Imhof is the founder of the modern, academic cartography. Research at the institute traditionally dealt with topographic cartography (relief depiction), thematic mapping and atlas cartography (school atlases, national atlases). These are still the most important research topics today, but they are always adapted to new requirements, new media and recent technologies. The institute is also the editor and developer of two award-winning atlases: the "Atlas of Switzerland" (national atlas) and the "Swiss School Atlas" (Schweizer Schulatlas). In 2011, with a new professorship in geoinformation-engineering, the scope of the institute could be broadened, which resulted in the renaming of the institute to "Institute of Cartography and Geoinformation".

Platinum Sponsors:

Adobe Logo Adobe

Adobe is changing the world through digital experiences. They help their customers develop and deliver high-impact experiences that differentiate brands, build loyalty, and drive revenue across every screen, including smartphones, computers, tablets and TVs. Given that many customers expect web content to be highly animated and interactive, Adobe has increased its commitment to bring innovation to HTML5 graphics.

Google Logo Google

"The perfect search engine," says Google co-founder Larry Page, "would understand exactly what you mean and give back exactly what you want." Given the state of search technology today, that's a far-reaching vision requiring research, development, and innovation to realize. Google is committed to blazing that trail. code.google.com


Microsoft Logo Microsoft Corporation

As the world’s leading Software Company, Microsoft has pioneered many of the technology innovations that paved the way for the digital information revolution. With products ranging from the Windows operating systems to the Office productivity suite, the Visual Studio suite of developers tools, and the Xbox 360 video game platform, and a broad range of new offerings in high-growth areas including Web-based services, unified communications, search, advertising and much more, Microsoft continues to be the worldwide leader in helping people and businesses realize their full potential.

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Logo Slippery Rock UniversitySlippery Rock University℠

Slippery Rock University is Pennsylvania's premier public residential university. A member of the Pennsylvania State System of Higher Education, SRU provides students with a comprehensive learning experience that intentionally combines academic instruction with enhanced educational and learning opportunities that make a positive difference in their lives.

Slippery Rock University has a long-standing commitment to innovative uses of technology throughout the curriculum. Members of the computer science and geology and geography departments have been using SVG and other web graphic technologies as a part of their instruction and research since 2003. SRU offers one of the most affordable and technologically up-to-date educational programs with undergraduate programs in information technology, computer science, information systems, emerging technologies, digital media and GIS, and has consistently been chosen as one of its region's 'most wired campuses'.

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[an error occurred while processing this directive] Conference Supporter: W3C World Wide Web Consortium

W3C is a long-time SVG Open supporter. As the active creator and maintainer of the SVG and related web standards, W3C has an interest in the success of the SVG web graphics standard and related activities. Since the first SVG Open conference in Zurich in 2002, W3C has been supporting the conference by helping to announce the conference, sending speakers, organizing panel sessions and sending out the call for participation. W3C Japan and Keio University were also involved with the organization of the 2004 and 2007 conferences.

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