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AFRIK-IT July 1995

Subject:

Summerschool IFIP

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Leo Van Audenhove <[log in to unmask]>

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African Network of IT Experts and Professionals (ANITEP) List

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Wed, 5 Jul 1995 12:25:37 +0200

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>>SECOND IFIP SUMMER SCHOOL 13 - 18 AUGUST 1995, NIJMEGEN, THE NETHERLANDS
>>
>>
>>
>>Central theme: ('(How) Can we Handle Information Technology?')
>>Sessions will commence at 9.15 on the Monday and each day the morning and
>>afternoon will commence with two keynote lecturers.
>>The main part of each day will be devoted to workshops sessions where
>>specific topics will be discussed in depth by groups of 10-15 people.
>>A welcoming reception will take place on Sunday 13th August.
>>The School will close at 4 pm on Friday 18th August.
>>
>>
>>Location
>>
>>The venue will be the University Auditorium and Conference Centre,
>>Univerity of Nijmegen (The Netherlands). Nijmegen is situated in the east
>>of the Netherlands (see map) and can be reached by train from the airport
>>and the center of Amsterdam (appr. one hour).
>>
>>
>>Fee
>>
>>The attendance fee for the entire event will be *395 Dutch guilders* when
>>subscribed *before July 1, 1995*. After that date the fee is *445 Dutch
>>guilders*. Lunches and three dinners are included in the fee. Accomodation
>>can be obtained in different price categories.  Please note that travel
>>costs to and from the event will be extra. The fee has been kept as low as
>>possible so as to enable participation from the widest possible community.
>>It has been able to be kept low by the assistance of a number of sponsoring
>>organisations.
>>
>>
>>Subscription
>>
>>You can subscribe by sending this registration form by e-mail to:
>>
>>[log in to unmask]
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>>Registration form 2nd IFIP Summerschool
>>"(How) Can We Control Information Technology?"
>>August 13 - 18, 1995
>>
>>
>>
>>I would like to attend the summerschool
>>
>>
>>Mr/Mrs: ........................
>>
>>First name: ....................  Title: ............
>>
>>Institute: .....................
>>
>>Address: .......................
>>
>>Postal Code: ...................
>>
>>City: ..........................
>>
>>Country: .......................
>>
>>Telephone: .....................
>>
>>Fax: ...........................
>>
>>E-mail: ........................
>>
>>
>>Please send in this registration form before August 1, 1995.  Registration
>>fee is NLG 395 (Dutch guilders) when registered before July 1, 1995. After
>>that date registration fee is NLG 445.
>>
>>I will forward the registration fee by:
>>O       ABN/AMRO bank, account number 53 77 28 783, Congress Organisation,
>>        University of Nijmegen, Projectnumber 302045 (Postal Account Number of
>>        the Bank: 84 87 00).
>>O       Eurocheque to Congress Organisation, Projectnumber 302045
>>O       Creditcard (Eurocard, Mastercard, Visa, American Express)
>>
>>        Number: .....................................................
>>
>>        Type of card and expiry date: ...............................
>>
>>        Name cardholder: ............................................
>>All transfer charges must be paid by the sender.
>>
>>
>>Hotel accomodation
>>
>>We have reserved rooms in various price categories. Please, indicate which
>>category you would prefer.
>>
>>single, incl. breakfast                 double including breakfast
>>o       NLG 40 - 50                     o       NLG 80 - 100
>>o       NLG 55 - 65                     o       NLG 110 - 130
>>o       NLG 80 - 90                     o       I like to share my room  with
>>
>>                                                ----------------------------
>>o       I will make my own arrangements for accomodation
>>
>>The accomodation fee is not included in the registration fee. You are
>>kindly requested to pay at the reception desk of your hotel on the day of
>>departue
>>
>>Please send this form to:
>>University of Nijmegen
>>Congress Organisation
>>P.O. Box 9111
>>6500 HN  Nijmegen
>>The Netherlands
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>>
>>
>>Provisionally the detailed programme is:
>>
>>Sunday, August 13
>>
>>16.00 - 18.00 Reception and Inscription at the University of Nijmegen
>>
>>Monday, August 14
>>
>> 9.15 - 10.00   Dr Ricardo Petrella, Commission of European Communities,
>>                Brussels (Belgium): "Is an information society sus tainable?"
>>                Keynote Address, followed by discussion
>>
>>10.00 - 10.15   Coffee Break
>>
>>10.15 - 12.00   Workshop I: Dr Stuart Shapirio, Brunel University, Uxbridge
>>                (U.K.): "Stopping the infeasible: Saying No to IT-projects"
>>
>>                Workshop II: Marc van Lieshout, University of Nijmegen (The
>>                Netherlands): 'Sustainable Telematics'
>>
>>12.00 - 14.00   Lunch
>>
>>14.15 - 15.00   Prof. Dr Langdon Winner, Department of Science and Technology
>>                Studies, Ransseler (USA): "Jacques Ellul and Responsi bility"
>>                Keynote Address, followed by discussion
>>
>>15.15 - 17.00   Workshop I: Gertrud Krarup, Copenhagen Business School,
>>                Frederiksberg (Denmark): 'Human Factors in Information
>>                Technology'
>>
>>                Workshop II: Jeroen van den Hoven, Erasmus University
>>Rotterdam
>>                (The Netherlands):'Ethical principles and politico-
>>                administrative information  systems - a reply to Winner'
>>
>>17.00 - 17.30   'The Court of Ethics' (Part I), A play for cast and audience
>>by
>>                Graham Tritt, Federal Office for Information Technology and
>>                Systems, Berne (Switzerland)
>>
>>18.00 - 19.00   Dinner
>>
>>
>>Tuesday, August 15
>>
>> 9.15 - 10.00   Prof. Dr Alladi Venkatesh, University of California, Irvine,
>>                (USA): "Cultural dimensi ons of Technolo gy"
>>                Keynote Address, followed by discussion
>>
>>10.00 - 10.15   Coffee Break
>>
>>10.15 - 12.00   Workshop I: Colin Beardon, University of Brighton (U.K.):
>>                'Ethics of Virtuality'
>>
>>                Workshop II: Geoff Busby, Tom Mangan, Diana Whitehouse, GEC
>>                Computer Services Ltd, Chelmsford (U.K.): 'Adaptive Technology
>>                and People with Disabilities'
>>
>>12.00 - 14.00   Lunch
>>
>>14.15 - 15.00   ...:
>>                "Women and Work in the Information Society"
>>                Keynote Address, followed by discussion
>>
>>15.15 - 17.00   Plenary: Presentation of accepted papers on topics related to
>>                the theme of the Summer School
>>
>>17.00 - 17.30   'The Court of Ethics' (Part II)
>>
>>18.00 - 19.00   Dinner
>>
>>
>>Wednesday, August 16
>>
>> 9.15 - 10.00   Prof. Dr Swasti Mitter, Institute for New Technologies, The
>>                United Nations University, Maastricht (The Netherlands):
>>                "The  Information Revolution ad Women's Work in the Developing
>>                World: a case of social exclusion?"
>>                Keynote Address, followed by discussion
>>
>>10.00 - 10.15   Coffee Break
>>
>>10.15 - 12.00   Workshop I: Leif Rasmussen, Copenhagen Business School,
>>                Frederiksberg (Denmark): 'Geographical Information Systems
>>(GIS)
>>                and Sustainable Development'
>>
>>                Workshop II: Jan Holvast, Holvast & Associate, Landsmeer (The
>>                Netherlands): 'Privacy in a Smart (Card) Society'
>>
>>12.00 - 14.00   Lunch
>>
>>14.00 - 17.00   Visit and Excursion to the Philips Laboratories in Nijmegen
>>
>>Thursday, August 17
>>
>> 9.15 - 10.00   Prof. Dr Jose van Eijndhoven, Rathenau Institute, The Hague
>>                (The Netherlands): "Technology Assessment in the Netherlands"
>>                Keynote Address, followed by discussion
>>
>>10.00 - 10.15   Coffeee Break
>>
>>10.15 - 12.00   Workshop I: Karamjit Gill, University of Brighton, Brighton
>>                (U.K.): 'Information Technology and Social Innovation'
>>
>>                Workshop II: Peter Nilsson, The Swedish National Audit Office,
>>                Stockholm (Sweden): 'Assessing societal effects of the use of
>>                EDP, an auditors perspective'
>>
>>12.00 - 14.00   Lunch
>>
>>14.15 - 15.00   Dr Norbert Mullert, Institut fur Soziale Kreativitat,
>>                Erfindungen und Experimente, Ratingen-Hosel (FRG): "Shaping
>>                the Future"
>>                Keynote Address, followed by discussion
>>
>>15.00 - 15.15   Tea Break
>>
>>15.15 - 17.00   Workshop I: Porfirio Barroso, Clinica Puerto de Hierro, Madrid
>>                 (Spain): 'Analysis of the  Health Informaticians'  Code'
>>
>>                Workshop II: Louise Yngstrom, Stockholm University, Kista
>>                (Sweden): 'Information Technology and the Younger People'
>>
>>17.00 - 17.30   'The Court of Ethics' (Part III)
>>
>>18.00 - 19.00   Dinner
>>
>>Friday, August 18
>>
>> 9.15 - 10.00   Dr Marie d'Udekem-Gevers, Facultes Universitaires Notre-Dame
>>de
>>                la Paix, Namur (Belgium): "Information Highways: Some ethical
>>                issues and social risks"
>>                Keynote Address, followed by discussion
>>
>>10.00 - 10.15   Coffee Break
>>
>>10.15 - 12.00   Workshop I: Geoff Busby, Tom Mangan, Diana Whitehouse, GEC
>>                Computer Services Ltd, Chelmsford (U.K.): 'Adaptive Technology
>>                and People with Disabilities'
>>
>>                Workshop II: Kees Schalken, Katholiek Universiteit Brabant
>>(The
>>                Netherlands): 'Digital Cities, The Dutch Experiment'
>>
>>12.00 - 14.00   Lunch
>>
>>14.00 - 17.00   Surprise and Farewell
>>____________________________________________________________
>>Department of Informatics, University of Nijmegen,
>>P.O. 9010, 6500 GL  Nijmegen, The Netherlands  (phone: +31 80 652368)
>>
>>

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