HCC '01
2001 IEEE Symposia on
Human-Centric Computing Languages and Environments

[HCC]

Stresa, Italy
September 5-7, 2001

[picture of lake Maggiore]

Note: Please, check our What's New section for a list of changes.
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HCC'02

 

HCC Conference Series

HCC'01 starts a new conference series. HCC'01 will be followed by HCC'02 at Arlington, VA, in 2002.

Mission of the Conference

Design, formalization, implementation, and evaluation of computing languages that are easier to learn, easier to use, and easier to understand by a broader group of people.

Keynote speakers

This year's conference features two prominent figures in human-centric computing:

Symposia

This conference replaces the IEEE Visual Languages Symposium and is comprised of three individual symposia:

Special events

Social events

  • The Welcome Reception will take place in the panoramic garden of the Regina Palace Hotel on September 5th, 2001.
  • The Banquet involves an exciting transfer by boat to "Isola dei Pescatori" and a special dinner to sample the delights of the italian cuisine and a musical entertainment in the romantic "Ristorante Verbano".
  • Information about the social program for accompanying persons is available on the registration page.

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About Stresa (according to the Columbia Encyclopedia):

[small picture of Stresa, by lake Maggiore]Stresa , town (1991 pop. 4,684), Piedmont, N Italy, on the western shore of Lake Maggiore. Its lovely gardens and villas and the scenic Borromean Islands nearby have made it one of the most popular resorts in the Italian lake country. In 1932 a conference of 15 European nations on economic collaboration was held at Stresa. At another conference held (1935) in Stresa, Great Britain, France, and Italy made (but never implemented) a decision to maintain a common posture toward Germany, which had begun to rearm in violation of the Treaty of Versailles.

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Last modification: July 10, 2001