Monday, June 9, 2008

Internet Research 9.0 (AoiR 9) REGISTRATION OPEN

REGISTRATION for the AoiR Internet Research 9.0 conference, IT University of Copenhagen, October 16th - 18th 2008, Copenhagen, Denmark is now open for both presenters and all interested academics!

In order to discover HOW TO REGISTER, find instructions below.
If you are PRESENTER, please note, that you need to register as quickly as possible in order to finalise the program!


KEYNOTER ANNOUNCEMENT
AoiR is proud to announce the participation of three highly interesting and versatile keynoter speakers at this year's conference:

Mimi Ito, US/Japan, author of "Personal, Portable, Pedestrian: Mobile Phones in Japanese Life"
(http://www.itofisher.com/mito)

Stephen Graham, UK, author of the forthcoming book "Cities Under Siege: The New Military Urbanism"
(http://www.geography.dur.ac.uk/information/staff/personal/graham/index.html)

Rich Ling, Norway, author of the forthcoming book "New Tech, New Ties: How mobile communication is reshaping social cohesion"
(http://www.richardling.com)


WORKSHOPS:
Don't forget to check out the preconference workshops, taking place at the conference venue, on Wednesday October 15th. You can still submit papers to and participate in the "Learning and Research in Second Life" and the "Writing and Publications" workshop.
More info at: http://conferences.aoir.org/workshops.htm

The Doctoral Colloquium and the "In the Game.." workshops are closed for further submissions and participants, but remember to register for the workshop, if your paper has been accepted!


EARLY BIRD PRICES
Don't miss our early bird prices! If you register before July 31st, the basic registration fees are:

Early Bird Professional: $320 (incl. one years membership of AoiR)
Early Bird Student: $190 (incl. one years membership of AoiR)

I encourage you all to also sign-up for the conference banquet! It will take place at the IT University in Copenhagen on Saturday October 18th, followed by an open student bar and partying/networking until the early hours of the morning...


HOW DO I REGISTER?
1) Go the conference website: http://conferences.aoir.org/
2) Click on "Registration" in the LEFT-hand menu
3) Follow the instructions :)


QUESTIONS?
Questions related to registration fees and inclusions: contact registration
liason and local conference coordinator, Anna Sommer: asommer@itu.dk.

Technical problems? Please contact registration webmaster Charlie Breindahl: charlieb@itu.dk

Questions related to the program or your presentation: contact program chair, Brian Loader: bl506@york.ac.uk

Questions related to content, venue, sponsoring etc: contact conference chair, Lisbeth Klastrup: klastrup@itu.dk

Questions regarding the workshops: please contact the relevant workshop organisers, see info at: http://conferences.aoir.org/workshops.htm

NB! If you for funding reasons need some form of formal document to verify your participation, contact Anna Sommer: asommer@itu.dk.

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