TUG 2005 presentations

A preliminary list of speakers and talks follows. More will be added as they are received. Please write us if you would like to give a talk!

For time and room information, please see the schedule of events.

  1. Wai Wong (The Chinese University of Hong Kong, China), keynote, "Typesetting Chinese: a personal perspective".
  2. Nandan Bagchee and Eitan Gurari (Ohio State University, USA), Spatial Math Exercises and Worksheets
  3. Nelson Beebe (University of Utah, USA), "TeX, Metafont, and software development"
  4. Hong Feng (CTUG, China), Wavelet Transformation and Chinese fonts Design
  5. Hans Hagen (NTG, The Netherlands), XML, a Natural Companion to TeX
  6. Jonathan Kew (SIL International), XeTeX, the multilingual lion: TeX meets Unicode and smart fonts
  7. Karel Piska (Academy of Sciences of the Czech Republic, Czech), Converting Metafont sources to outline fonts using MetaPost
  8. Chris Rowley (Open University, UK), LaTeX Maintenance and Development
  9. Karel Skoupý (ETH Zentrum, Zurich, Switzerland), Free-shape text formatting
  10. Philip Taylor (Royal Holloway, University of London, UK), Typesetting the Byzantine Capelli; Grid typesetting in LaTeX.
  11. Suki Venkat (TnQ Books and Journals, India), Moving from bytes to words to semantics
  12. Jin-Hwan Cho (The University of Suwon, Republic of Korea), Practical use of special commands in DVIPDFMx
  13. Ross Moore (Maths Dept, Macquarie University, Australia), "PlanetMath.org and the Free Encyclopaedia of Mathematics"
  14. Steve Grathwohl. (Duke University Press Journals),"On ConTeXt"
  15. Klaus Höppner, "Strategies for Including Graphics in LaTeX Docuemnts"
  16. Jerzy Ludwichowski, (Nicolaus Copernicus Univerisity, Torun, Poland; GUST, Poland), "World Wide TeX User Groups Review"
  17. Volker R. W. Schaa, "XML Workflow and EuroTeX 2005 Proceedings"