As part of the celebration of "50 years of Computing in Grenoble", the
Association for a Conservatory of Information Technology (ACONIT) in
partnership with the Association for the History of Telecommunications
and Informatique (AHTI) and the Federation des Equipes Bull (FEB) is
organising the 6th international conference on the History of Computing
and Networks. This international conference is supported by Institut de
Math?matiques appliqu?es de Grenoble (IMAG) and other european institutions.
This, the 6th conference in the series History of Computing, presided by
Jean Carteron, founder of STERIA, returns to the site of the first such
conference held in Grenoble in 1988.
Papers selected this year by the programme committee, chaired by
Pierre-Eric Mounier-Kuhn, research historian at the CNRS and by Louis
Pouzin, pionneering researcher of networks in Europe., cover recent
studies of the subject and gather important eye witness accounts of the
history of computing and networking.
The conference is one of the events in the celebration of "50 years of
computing in Grenoble" which also includes an exhibition tracing the
impact of computing on life in Grenoble illustrated by exhibits from the
ACONIT collection. This admission free exhibition is open to the public
23 November to 2 December at the prestigious Musee de Grenoble.
Conference registration is now open on the web site.
For further information regarding the conference or exhibition contact
Tel : +33 (0)220.127.116.11.60
Web : http://www.aconit.org/colloque2002
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Or write :
10 bis Rue Ampere
38016 Grenoble Cedex