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                                 IPISA '96

  Incontro dei Programmatori Italiani per lo Sviluppo Amiga Sixth Edition

                              Call for Papers

                       November 1996 - Milano, Italy

IPISA is an annual meeting autonomously organized by a group of people
interested in computer science, programming and applications of the Amiga
line of computers.

The meeting is dedicated to the presentation and diffusion of projects,
experiences and commercial products which have been developed using Amigas.
As in the previous events, it will be possible to discuss research programs
or job contacts with people otherwise difficult to reach.

The organizers invite authors to submit proposals in the form a short and
detailed abstract, which must be received by June 1, 1996.  The submission
of papers to be published in the proceedings independently of their public
exposition is encouraged (if necessary, the space presumably occupied on
the magnetic support has to be specified).  The papers can be submitted in
English or Italian.

In case the author desires to personally exhibit his or her work, it is
necessary to specify the estimated duration of the talk.  The authors will
receive confirmation of their participation by July 1, 1996, and will have
to send the complete papers and related software for proceedings inclusion
by October 1, 1996.

Exact day, place (in Milan, Italy) and subscription directions for the
Conference will be disclosed in future press releases.

Subscription costs are aimed to cover all, and only, expenses, and will be,
all being well, less or equal to 50,000 italian lire (50 DM, 40 US$).

Surface Mail
(preferred for papers submission)

c/o Roberto Attias
via A. Lissoni 5
I-20162 Milano MI

Internet (Roberto Attias)
  (Reinhard Spisser)