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The 6th UK Asynchronous Forum

The University of Manchester       12-13th July 1999

The UK Asynchronous Forum is an informal 1-day meeting where those working in asynchronous design in the UK (and particularly research students) can meet to present and discuss ideas.  The event is optimised for UK participants though others are welcome to attend.  See the UK Asynchronous Forum home page for further details.

  • 25th June, 1999            - submission deadline
  • 2nd July, 1999              - registration deadline

Extended abstracts of not more than 4 pages must be submitted to Steve Furber by 25th June 1999.
Abstracts must be sent in either ASCII, postscript (which must be viewable with ghostview) or pdf.

Please register for the forum by printing this form and posting it with a cheque for the appropriate amount to Steve Furber by 2nd July 1999.
The registration cost is £35 (including 1 night's accommodation on July 12, dinner, copies of papers, CD) or £20 (dinner, copies of papers, CD, without accommodation).

                                          morning                        afternoon                        evening
12th July                             travel                               talks                               dinner
13th July                              talks                               travel

The forum will be held in the Department of Computer Science at the University of Manchester, in room IT407 of the Information Technology building (39 on the campus map).
Accommodation will be in St Anselm's Hall, 15 minutes walk from the Department (28 on the accommodation map).
Dinner on the evening of July 12 will be held at 1930 in the Sangam restaurant, 15 Wilmslow Road, one of Manchester's famous Rusholme curry houses.

Manchester is well served by road, rail and air. Rail travellers are advised to travel to Oxford Road station, from where the university is about 10 minutes walk (or very frequent buses) away from the town centre. Timetable information is available from Railtrack.

Various maps, including details of Manchester city centre, are available here.


An asynchronous tools and information CD is being put together to be part of the handouts for Forum. The CD is planned to consist of the submitted talk abstracts and copies of the AMULET tools Balsa (first release) and LARD (version 12).

If anyone in the community would like to send me URLs,tars,ps,pdf ... of other useful tools, async documents, full papers for submitted abstracts, example async. designs ... these would be greatfully received and included on the CD. Please email Andrew Bardsley .

We hope each attendee will be able to walk away from the Forum with a CD containing something new of use to them.

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