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Re: Reminder: C5 2007 conference in Kyoto - Hotel Registration closing soon

Hideyuki Takada-2
Dear All,

Again, please allow me to remind you that the deadline of the early
registration with the discounted rate is approaching *January 10*.

Please refer to the following page about the registration types and fees.

Also you can see the content of the conference at

I'm looking forward to seeing many of you in Kyoto soon.

Best Regards,

Hideyuki Takada
(C5 2007 Publicity Chair)

On 12/18/2006 2:47 PM, Hideyuki Takada wrote:

> Hello All,
> [Apologies if you receive multiple copies of this message.]
> This is a reminder of the registration for C5 2007 held in Kyoto, Japan
> on Jan. 24-26, 2007.
> The deadline of the conference hotel registration is Dec. 20. There
> still some rooms available in low rates.
> Also, the early registration with the discounted rate is closed on
> January 10. You can register early and pay in cash at the conference, so
> please take a look at the conference registration site and register with
> both conference and hotel.
> I'm looking forward to seeing you all at the conference.
> Hideyuki Takada
> -----
> The Fifth International Conference on
> Creating, Connecting and Collaborating through Computing (C5 2007)
> January 24-26, 2007, Kyoto University, Kyoto, Japan
> Organized by
>  Hewlett-Packard Company
>  Kyoto University 21st Century COE Program for Knowledge Society
> Infrastructure
>  Viewpoints Research Institute
>  Computers, networks, and other forms of technology are now pervasive
>  in our information-based society. However, most users still function
>  as passive consumers of technology. To evolve into a true knowledge
>  society, it is critical that we transform computer-based human
>  activities to engage users in the active process of creating,
>  connecting, and collaborating together.
>  The C5 conference is for researchers, technology developers,
>  educators, and technology users who are concerned about developing
>  and enabling human-oriented creation, connection, and collaboration
>  processes. C5 is an international forum for presenting ongoing work
>  as well as new work currently under development and for discussing
>  future needs and directions in creative computing and multimedia
>  authoring environments. We welcome equally the submission of
>  technical papers and practitioner/experience reports for paper
>  presentations. In addition, we are adding a workshop track for the
>  third day of the conference and are soliciting proposals for half-day
>  and full-day interactive workshops.
>  Early Registration Rate (on or before Jan. 10): 10,000 JPY
>  Standard Registration Rate (after Jan. 11 and on-site): 12,000 JPY
>  Student Rate (Banquet excluded): 3,000 JPY
>  Extra Banquet (per one person): 3,000 JPY
>  Extra Preliminary Proceedings: 2,000 JPY
>  Early and standard registration rates include a copy of preliminary
>  proceedings (on CD) and banquet. Student rate includes a copy of
>  preliminary proceedings (on CD). Student registrants who want to
>  attend the banquet need to pay for the extra banquet fee. Authors also
>  have to register based on their status (regular or student). Authors
>  whose papers are included in the proceedings will receive a copy of
>  the formal proceedings published by the IEEE Computer Society after
>  the conference. Reprints of papers and additional copies of the formal
>  proceedings can be purchased from the IEEE Computer Society.
>  Registration should be made by E-mail or FAX. Registration Form is
>  available below. (E-mail address and FAX number is included in the
>  form.)
> (PDF)
> (Plain Text)
>  Please note that credit card payment is only accepted through fax
>  registration to protect your personal information. If you prefer to
>  register by E-mail, please pay on-site by Japanese cash.
>  A group block of rooms at the following 2 hotels has been reserved
>  for this conference with special rates. For reservation, please send
>  the following form by E-mail or Fax by December 20, 2006. Rooms are
>  assigned by the first-come-first-served basis.
>  (E-mail address and FAX number is included in the form.)
> (PDF)
> (Plain Text)
>  *Holiday Inn Kyoto (
>    Single Room -  8,000 JPY (+500 JPY for breakfast)
>    Double Room - 11,000 JPY (+1,000 JPY for breakfast)
>    Shuttle Bus available between Kyoto Station and Hotel. Wireless LAN
>    available at Lobby. Major credit cards acceptable. About 10 minutes
>    to Kyoto University by Kyoto City Bus (#206).
>  *Co-op Inn Kyoto (
>    Single Room -  5,000 JPY (+800 JPY for breakfast)
>    Double Room -  9,200 JPY (+1,600 JPY for breakfast)
>    In-room Internet available for free. Major credit cards acceptable.
>    About 15 minutes to Kyoto University by Kyoto City Bus (#201).
> Honorary Co-Chairs
>  Alan Kay, Viewpoints Research Institute, USA
>  Makoto Nagao, National Institute of Information and Communications
> Technology (NICT), Japan
> Conference Co-Chairs
>  Kim Rose, Viewpoints Research Institute, USA
>  Katsumi Tanaka , Kyoto University, Japan
> Program Co-Chairs
>  Benay Dara-Abrams, DALaboratories, USA
>  Rieko Kadobayashi, National Institute of Information and Communications
> Technology (NICT), Japan
>  Rick McGeer, Hewlett-Packard Company, USA
>  Kazuyuki Moriya, Kyoto University, Japan
> Workshop Track Chair
>  Benay Dara-Abrams, DALaboratories, USA
> Local Arrangement Chair
>  Hajime Kita, Kyoto University, Japan
> Publicity and Publication Chair
>  Hideyuki Takada, Ritsumeikan University, Japan
> Program Committee
>  Michael Bischoff, University of Applied Sciences Luebeck, Germany
>  Masahiro Fujita, University of Tokyo, Japan
>  Mark Guzdial, Georgia Institute of Technology, USA
>  Masaki Hayashi, Sega Sammy Media, Inc., Japan
>  Tsuneo Jozen, Osaka Electro-Communication University, Japan
>  Shinichi Konomi, University of Tokyo, Japan
>  Julian Lombardi, Duke University, USA
>  Maic Masuch, Otto-von-Guericke-University of Magdeburg, Germany
>  Mark McCahill, University of Minnesota, USA
>  Maggie McPherson, University of Leeds, UK
>  John David Miller, Intel Corporation, USA
>  Shinya Nakagawa, HP Labs, Japan
>  Haruhiko Okumura, Mie University, Japan
>  Zhiyong Peng, Wuhan University, China
>  Ian Piumarta, Viewpoints Research Institute, USA
>  Andreas Raab, Qwaq, Inc., USA
>  David Reed, MIT Media Lab/HP Labs, USA
>  Nathanael Scharli, Google, Switzerland
>  David Smith, Qwaq, Inc., USA
>  Kazutoshi Sumiya, University of Hyogo, Japan
>  Toshiyuki Takeda, Kwansei Gakuin University, Japan
>  Shin'ichi Ueshima, Kansai University, Japan

Hideyuki Takada, Ph.D
Department of Computer Science
College of Information Science and Engineering, Ritsumeikan University