UK AVS+UNIRAS User Group Annual Meeting

UK AVS+UNIRAS User Group Annual Meeting

Post by Paul Hatto » Fri, 23 May 1997 04:00:00



The 1997 annual UK AVS+UNIRAS User Group Conference is being held
at the University of Birmingham Conference Park from Monday 17 to
Tuesday 18 November 1997. The conference is aimed at AVS and
UNIRAS users from both industry and higher education. Advanced
Visual Systems is usually well represented by key management and
technical personnel, so the conference provides a valuable
opportunity to find out about new developments.

The conference will have exclusive use of Horton Grange, on the
University of Birmingham Conference Park. Horton Grange was built
during the early years of this century as an Edwardian style
gentleman's residence which now stands in its own attractive and
peaceful grounds within the Conference Park. It has its own bar
and Conservatory Dining Room with 32 modern and highly specified
en-suite bedrooms in the adjacent North and South wings. The
Conference Park itself is located very close to the University
campus. As well as offering ample free car parking it has good
rail links with Birmingham International airport and the rest of
the UK.

The User Group Web Page at http://www.exeter.ac.uk/uniras/uuug/ has
further conference information and the Call for Participation.
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1. UK AVS+UNIRAS User Group Annual Meeting

The 1997 annual UK AVS+UNIRAS User Group Conference is being held
at the University of Birmingham Conference Park from Monday 17 to
Tuesday 18 November 1997. The conference is aimed at AVS and
UNIRAS users from both industry and higher education. Advanced
Visual Systems is usually well represented by key management and
technical personnel, so the conference provides a valuable
opportunity to find out about new developments.

The conference will have exclusive use of Horton Grange, on the
University of Birmingham Conference Park. Horton Grange was built
during the early years of this century as an Edwardian style
gentleman's residence which now stands in its own attractive and
peaceful grounds within the Conference Park. It has its own bar
and Conservatory Dining Room with 32 modern and highly specified
en-suite bedrooms in the adjacent North and South wings. The
Conference Park itself is located very close to the University
campus. As well as offering ample free car parking it has good
rail links with Birmingham International airport and the rest of
the UK.

The User Group Web Page at http://www.exeter.ac.uk/uniras/uuug/ has
further conference information and the Call for Participation.

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| Paul Hatton                       | Voice  : (UK)  0121-414-3994   |
| Senior Computer Officer           | Fax    : (UK)  0121-414-3952   |

| Information Services, Elms Road,  +--------------------------------|
| The University of Birmingham, Edgbaston, Birmingham B15 2TT, UK    |
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