TUG 2013 - Program & participants

Please register online for the conference. See the conference home page for dates, deadlines, and more information.

Call for papers (closed). Abstracts and preprints will be made available online as proposals are accepted.

Note: The asterisk mark (*) after a name means that the indicated person will be presenting.

Tuesday, 22 October

18:00–20:00 Registration and Reception

Wednesday, 23 October

8:30– Registration will be open.

 9:00– 9:15 (15)Steve Peter & Haruhiko OkumuraOpening Message
 9:15– 9:50 (35)Didier VernaTiCL: The prototype (slides)
 9:50–10:05 (15)Shizuya HakutaLISP on TeX: A LISP interpreter written using TeX macros (slides)
10:05–10:40 (35)Andrew Mertz* & William SloughA gentle introduction to PythonTeX (slides)
10:40–11:00 (20)Break
11:00–11:10 (10)KUROKI Yusuke[TUTORIAL (introduction)] Introduction to Tutorials (slides)
11:10–12:40 (90)YADA Tsutomu[TUTORIAL] An Introduction to the Structure of the Japanese Writing System
12:40–13:40 (60)Lunch
13:40–14:15 (35)Didier VernaThe incredible tale of the author who didn't want to do the publisher's job (slides)
14:15–14:50 (35)Hans HagenHow we try to make working with TeX comfortable (slides)
14:50–15:35 (45)SHIKANO Keiichiro[TUTORIAL] Indexing Makes Your Book Perfect (slides)
15:35–15:55 (20)Break
15:55–16:30 (35)Jason LewisHow I use LaTeX to make a product catalogue that doesn't look like a dissertation
16:30–17:05 (35)Yasuhide MinodaTeX in educational institutions (slides)
17:05–17:40 (35)Lu Wang & Wanmin Liu*Online publishing via pdf2htmlEX
17:40–18:25 (45)Frank MittelbachThe stony route to complex page layout (slides)

After a short break, we will have another session (not in the official program),
18:35–19:10++ What is ConTeXt? A short introduction by Hans Hagen.

Thursday, 24 October

8:30– Registration will be open.

 9:00– 9:30 (30)Yoshifumi Maeda & Masataka KanekoMaking math textbooks and materials with TeX+KETpic+hyperlink (sample1, sample2, & sample3) (slides)
 9:30–10:05 (35)Alan WetmoreWind roses for TeX documents (slides)
10:05–10:40 (35)Boris Veytsman & Leila AkhmadeyevaPlots in LaTeX: Gnuplot, Octave, make (slides)
10:40–11:00 (20)Break
11:00–12:30 (90)TAKATA Yumi[TUTORIAL] Japanese Typeface Design—Similarities and Differences from Western Typeface Design (slides)
12:30–13:30 (60)Lunch
13:30–14:05 (35)Aleksandra Hankus & Zofia WalczakLaTeX and graphics
14:05–14:50 (45)Frank MittelbachLaTeX3: Using the layers (slides)
14:50–15:10 (20)Break
15:10–16:40 (90)YABE Masafumi[TUTORIAL] Japanese Text Layout—Basic Issues (slides)
16:40–16:55 (15)KUROKI Yusuke[TUTORIAL (supplement)] Some notes on Japanese TeXt processing (slides)
16:55–17:15 (20)Break
17:15–17:50 (35)Yusuke TeradaDevelopment of TeXShop—the past and the future (slides)
17:50–18:25 (35)Clerk MaTeX Live for Android: Development and usage
18:25–18:50 (25)Norbert PreiningTeX Live Manager's hidden gems: User mode and multiple repository support (slides)
18:50–19:00 (10)(Organizing Committee)Guidance for the excursion

Friday, 25 October

Full day excursion (including Letterpress Printing Workshop and Calligraphy Workshop)

Saturday, 26 October

8:30– Registration will be open.

 9:00– 9:35 (35)Matthew SkalaTsukurimashou: A Japanese-language font meta-family (slides)
 9:35–10:10 (35)Takuji TanakaupTeX—Unicode version of pTeX with CJK extensions (slides)
10:10–10:45 (35)Jie Su* & Clerk MaA short history of TeX in China
10:10–10:25 (15)Hiroki Kanou[TUTORIAL (discussion)] On the Possibility of Automatic Balancing of Ideograhic Character Design (slides)
10:25–10:40 (15)Haruhiko Okumura[TUTORIAL (discussion)] Japanese Typesetting for the Mathematically Oriented (slides)
10:45–10:50 (5)Group Photo
10:50–11:10 (20)Break
11:10–11:45 (35)Ken Nakano* & Hajime KobayashiA case study: Typesetting old documents of Japan (see also sample 1 & sample 2) (slides)
11:45–12:20 (35)Jin-Hwan ChoA case study on TeX's superior power: Giving different colors to building blocks of Korean syllables (slides)
12:20–13:20 (60)Lunch
13:20–13:55 (35)Michael Cohen*, Yannis Haralambous, & Boris Veytsman*The multibibliography package (slides)
13:55–14:30 (35)Pavneet AroraTANSU: A workflow for cabinet layout (slides)
14:30–15:05 (35)John PlaiceTypesetting and Layout in Multiple Directions (slides)
15:05–15:25 (20)Break
15:25–16:00 (35)Ross MooreMaking mathematical content accessible using Tagged PDF and LaTeX
16:00–16:35 (35)Hans HagenHow we move(d) on with math (slides)
16:35–17:10 (35)Shinsaku FujitaThe XyMTeX system for publishing interdisciplinary chemistry/mathematics books (slides)
17:10–17:45 (35)Norbert PreiningDistributing TeX and friends: methods, pitfalls, advice (slides)
17:45–17:50 (5)Norbert PreiningClosing Message (slides)

18:00–20:30 Banquet


As a TeX user, you might have noticed that this city is filled with so many different characters. You might be wondering, how does the Japanese language function with so many kinds of symbols? How are they arranged and classified? How many glyphs does a Japanese computer system need? What are the rules of Japanese typesetting?

We have prepared a series of tutorials on a range of topics including the basics of the Japanese writing system. It consists of four invited presentations and one supplement:

This tutorial should also serve as an introduction for the excursion on 25th October.

We hope these sessions help you get an idea of the Japanese writing system, the norms and practices underlying it, and how it is different from other writing systems of the world, especially the alphabet.

Participants (alphabetical order in family name)

  1. ABE Hirosuke, Graduate School of Arts and Sciences, The University of Tokyo, Japan
  2. ABE Noriyuki, Creative Research Institution, Hokkaido University, Japan, Organizer
  3. AIKAWA Hiroaki, Japan
  4. AKHMADEEVA Leila, Bashkir State Medical University, Russia
  5. AKIMOTO Yoshitomo, Faculty of Science and Engineering, Chuo University, Japan
  6. ALAMEDDINE Maissa, Australia
  7. AOKI Yasuhiro, Department of Forensic Medicine, Nagoya University Graduate School of Medical Sciences, Japan
  8. AOKI Yoshihiro, freelance, TDON KK, Japan
  9. ARORA Pavneet, Canada
  10. ASE Harumi, ARS System Corporation, Japan
  11. BEEBE Nelson H F, University of Utah, USA
  12. BEETON Barbara, American Mathematical Society, USA
  13. BIETENHADER Thomas, Switzerland
  14. CHO Jin-Hwan, Korean TeX Society, Republic of Korea
  15. CLAUDIO Jennifer, Synopsys Outreach Foundation, USA
  16. COHEN Michael, Spatial Media Group, University of Aizu, Japan
  17. FUJINO Seiji, RIIT, Kyushu University, Japan
  18. FUJITA Shinsaku, Shonan Institute of Chemoinformatics and Mathematical Chemistry, Japan
  19. FUJIWARA Makoto, KINU Corporation, Japan
  20. FUKAYAMA Osamu, IST, Univ of Tokyo, Japan
  21. FUNAKI Naoto, Japan
  22. HAGEN Hans, Pragma ADE, Netherlands
  23. HAKUTA Shizuya, Japan
  24. HAMADA Tatsuyoshi, Faculty of Science, Fukuoka University, Japan
  25. HAMANO Hisato, Japan
  26. HANKUS Aleksandra, University of Silesia, Poland
  27. HASHIMOTO Ryuta, Kagawa National College of Technology, Japan
  28. HASHIMOTO Takafumi, College of Arts and Sciences, Tokyo University, Japan
  29. HAYASAKA Miwako, Japan, Staff
  30. HAYASHI Tsunetoshi, Japan
  31. HAYASHIDA Hiroki, Japan
  32. HELMHOLD Malte, System Development, TU Dresden, Germany
  33. HIMEI Akira, Morisawa Inc., Japan
  34. HONDA Tomoaki, Sanbi Printing Co., Ltd., Japan, Organizer
  35. ICHII Shingo, Graduate School of Mathematical Sciences, The University of Tokyo, Japan, Organizer
  36. ITOH Hiroyuki, Gravel Road Inc., Japan
  37. IWASAKI Shinichi, SANBI Printing Co., Ltd., Japan
  38. KAIO Naoto, Faculty of Economic Sciences, Hiroshima Shudo University, Japan
  39. KANADA Naoki, Japan
  40. KANAZAWA Katsuhiko, Japan
  41. KANEKO Masataka, Faculty of Pharmaceutical Sciences, Toho University, Japan
  42. KANOU Hiroki, IWATA Corporation, Japan
  43. KASHIMA Junko, Japan
  44. KATO Maiko, Japan
  45. KAWABATA Taichi, NTT Network Innovation Laboratory, Japan
  46. KAWAKUBO Toru, Japan
  47. KIEDA Yuwsuke, Japan
  48. KIM Young Rock, Mathematics Education, Hankuk University of Foreign Studies, Korea
  49. KITAGAWA Hironori, Japan
  50. KITAMURA Naru, LSI Japan Co., Ltd., Japan
  51. KITTA Yoriyuki, University of Electro-Communications, Japan
  52. KIZAKI Saki, Japan
  53. KOBAYASHI Hajime, Livretech Co., Ltd., Japan
  54. KOBAYASHI Ken, Japan
  55. KOBAYASHI-BETTER Daniel, Faculty of Letters, Kobe University, Japan
  56. KOJIMA Tadashi, Japan
  57. KOSAKAI Eiichiro, Kenkyusha Printing Co., Ltd., Japan
  58. KUME Ayaka, Japan
  59. KUROKI Yusuke, Japan, Organizer
  60. LEWIS, Jason, Organic Trader, Australia
  61. LIU Wanmin, Math, The Hong Kong University of Science & Technology, Hong Kong
  62. MAEDA Kazuki, Japan
  63. MAEDA Yoshifumi, Japan
  64. MASUKO Moe, Japan
  65. MATSUURA Tomoyuki, Rich Laboratoy, Japan
  66. MATSUZAKI Shuji, SANBI Printing Co. LTD., Japan
  67. MERTZ Andrew, Eastern Illinois University, USA
  68. MERTZ Jessica, USA
  69. MEYER-LERBS Lothar, Germany
  70. MINODA Yasuhide, Tokyo Educational Institute (Tetsuryokukai), Japan
  71. MITTELBACH Frank, LaTeX3 Project, Germany
  72. MIYAKAWA Noriyoshi, KEIBUNDO Co., Ltd., Japan
  73. MIYOSHI Akihiro, PLAIN corporation, Japan
  74. MOORE Robyn, Australia
  75. MOORE Ross, Mathematics Department, Macquarie University, Australia
  76. MUTO Kenshi, Top Studio Corporation & Debian Project, Japan
  77. NAGATA Yoshihisa, Faculty of Humanities, Fukuoka University, japan
  78. NAITO Takashi, Japan
  79. NAKAI Wataru, Japan
  80. NAKAJIMA Junji, Japan
  81. NAKAMURA Masaya, School of Engineering, The University of Tokyo, Japan
  82. NAKANO Ken, Livretech Co., Ltd., Japan
  83. NARIAI Kyoji, National Astronomical Observatory of Japan, Japan
  84. OKADA Ryo, Kato Bunmeisha Printing Co., Ltd., Japan
  85. OKUDONO Takamasa, Faculty of liberal arts, The University of Tokyo, Japan
  86. OKUMURA Haruhiko, Faculty of Education, Mie University, Japan, Organizer
  87. OSBORNE Masako, ULS & Company, Japan
  88. OSHIMA Toshioa, Faculty of Science, Josai University, Japan
  89. OTOBE Yoshiki, Department of Mathematical Sciences, Shinshu University, Japan
  90. PLAICE John, Montreal, Canada & UNSW (Sydney, Australia)
  91. PREINING Norbert, Japan Advanced Institute of Science and Technology, Japan, Organizer
  92. ROWLEY Chris, LaTeX3 & FutureLearn, UK
  93. SAIKAWA Takafumi, Graduate School of Mathematics, Nagoya University, Japan
  94. SAITO Shingo, Faculty of Arts and Science, Kyushu University, Japan
  95. SAITO Taiichi, SANBI Printing Co., Ltd., Japan
  96. SAKAMOTO Noriaki, Japan
  97. SATO Chiyoko, ULS & Company, Japan
  98. SATO Kiyoshi, Japan
  99. SATO Motoaki, ULS & Company, Japan
  100. SCHAA Volker RW, DANTE e.V., Germany
  101. SENOO Ken, Department of Environmental Engineering, Graduate School of Engineering, Kyoto University, Japan
  102. SHIINA Takehito, PLAIN Corporation, Japan
  103. SHIKANO Keiichiro, Japan
  104. SHIMIZU Mikiko, Japan
  105. SHIRO M., Japan
  106. SHISHIKURA Mitsuhiro, Japan
  107. SHMILEVICH Maria, USA
  108. SKALA Matthew, University of Manitoba, Canada
  109. SLOUGH Marlene, USA
  110. SLOUGH William, USA
  111. SUDO Masaki, Gijutsu-Hyohron Co., Ltd., Japan
  112. SUGIMURA Mika, Japan
  113. SUWA Takashi, College of Arts and Sciences, The University of Tokyo, Japan
  114. SUZUKI Hayao, The University of Electro-Communications, Tokyo, Japan
  115. SUZUKI Kentaro, Japan
  116. SUZUKI Shigeya, Graduate School of Media and Governance, Keio University, Japan
  117. TAKAGI Kazuhito, Japan
  118. TAKAHASHI Masayoshi, Tatsu-Zine Publishing Inc., Japan, Organizer
  119. TAKATA Yumi, TypeBank Co., Ltd., Japan
  120. TAKATO Setsuo, Faculty of Science, Toho University, Japan
  121. TAKENAKA Yoshiro, Sanbi Printing Co.,Ltd, Japan
  122. TAMORI Hideaki, The Asahi Shimbun Company, Japan
  123. TANAKA Takuji, the upTeX project, Japan
  124. TATSUZAWA Masahiro, Maruzen Publishing Co., LTD., Japan
  125. TERADA Yusuke, Tokyo Educational Institute (Tetsuryokukai), Japan
  126. TOGASHI Hideaki, Japan
  127. TSUCHIMURA Nobuyuki, Kwansei Gakuin University, Japan
  128. UJIMORI Akira, SANBI Printing Co., Ltd., Japan
  129. VERNA Didier, LRDE, EPITA, France
  130. VEYTSMAN Boris, George Mason University, USA
  131. WALCZAK Zofia, GUST & University of Lodz, Poland
  132. WETMORE Alan, Army Research Laboratory, USA
  133. YABE Masafumi, Japan
  134. YADA Tsutomu, Graduate School of Letters, Osaka University, Japan
  135. YAMAKAWA Kazuki, SANBI Printing, Japan
  136. YAMAMOTO Munehiro, Green Cherry Ltd., Japan, Organizer
  137. YATO Takayuki, Japan
  138. YATSUI Tomoaki, Japan
  139. YAZAWA Yuko, Japan
  140. YOSHINAGA Tetsumi, Japan
  141. (Anonymous), Japan

Potential Participants (alphabetical order in family name)

  1. HAYAMI Hiroshi, Hitachi, Ltd., Japan
  2. HUZIOKA Hirosi, Project Researcher, University of Tokyo, Japan
  3. IEDA Fumitaka, Japan
  4. MA Qiyuan, China
  5. MARUYAMA Shinichi, Japan Information Processing Service, Japan
  6. MATSUDA Namio, Faculty of Engineering, Tokyo Denki University, Japan
  7. MORITA Hisashi, Ohmsha, Ltd., Japan
  8. NAKAJIMA Kiyotaka, Japan
  9. NICHOLSON Sean Charles, Meiji University, Japan
  10. OHKOSHI Takamichi, Japan
  11. SAKAGUCHI Satoshi, Japan
  12. SHIRAHAMA Ritsuo, Japan
  13. SU Jie, China
  14. TAKAHASHI Kenichi, Japan
  15. UMEKI Hideo, Japan

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