CONFERENCES, SEMINARS & MEETINGS
The American Management Association presents Knock-Your-Socks-Off Customer Service, a one-day seminar, Omni Richmond Hotel, Richmond, Va. $139. (800) 255-4141 or (913) 451-2900.
OCT 12 - 13, 19 - 20, 26 - 27
NetDay East is a wiring activity at local schools. Community and high-tech volunteers wire schools and libraries. http://www.cgcs.org/netday-east or http://www.netday96.com.
OCT. 14 - 16
Launchspace Inc. presents Remote Sensing from Satellites. A look at the fundamental and newest developments in remote sensing including the potential for commercial applications. Paris. (800) 533-5907.
OCT. 14 - 17
NCF/InfoVision '96: Linking Education and Technology. An integrated program with links between the educational program and the technologies demonstrated on the exhibition floor. Rosemont Convention Center, Chicago. Free. (312) 559-4600, fax (312) 559-4618, or contact Isabel Bauer or Dan Hutton at (312) 559-3323 to exhibit.
OCT. 14 - 18
T&E: Answering the Challenges, International Test and Evaluation Association. Red Lion Hotel, Seattle/Tacoma International Airport, Seattle. Tom Clark or Dennis Floyd, (206) 655-ITEA, fax (206) 655-7929.
Broadening the Bandwidth: Challenges for the Future, the 7th Annual Eglin AOC EW Technical Symposium. Eglin Air Force Base, Fla. Steven J. Czonstka, (904) 897-4775, voice or fax.
The Armed Forces Communications and Electronics Association presents U.S. Army C2 Protect and Integrated Defense with Col. Michael Brown. Ft. Meade Officer's Club, Ft. Meade, Md. (410) 684-3607.
The Entrepreneur Roundtable sponsors Commercializing and Marketing Your High-Tech Products from 5:45 - 8:30 p.m. University of Maryland Baltimore County campus. $50. (410) 455-2336.
OCT. 15 - 17
DCI presents Internet Expo, Web World & E-Mail World, an Internet, Web and e-mail technologies exposition. Hynes Convention Center, Boston. Pat McLarney, (508) 470-3870.
Multicom '96 is a conference for print and Internet communications and publishing at the Washington Convention Center, Washington. (703) 536-2100.
The Delphi Seminars provide technical and strategic information on electronic document management, work flow, Internet and intranets. Tysons Corner Marriott. (617) 247-1025.
EMC Laboratory Accreditation workshop for labs that perform radio frequency emissions, tests for personal computers and peripherals. 10 a.m. - 4 p.m. Best Western/Old Colony Inn, Alexandria, Va. (202) 887-5872.
NOVA Technology Services Inc. and Citrix Systems Inc. are sponsoring Remote Connectivity Made Easy for information on Citrix's WinFrame Remote Connectivity Solution. Free. Columbia, Md. (800) 523-2773, ext. 32.
OCT. 16 - 18
Second Annual Greater Southern California Government, Business & Education Tech Expo, highlighting technology solutions for and about the public sector. Los Angeles. (800) 474-3976, fax (916) 672-0946, or e-mail, email@example.com.
Deltek Systems hosts Costpoint Executive Briefing and Electronic Timesheet Briefing featuring speakers Dennis Barrow and David Sample. McLean Hilton, McLean, Va. (703) 734-8606, ext. 451.
Technology & Innovation Open House at the University of Maryland at College Park. Tours of more than 70 labs with luncheon and keynote speech by Casper R. Taylor Jr., speaker of the House of Delegates for Maryland. (301) 405-4209.
The 32nd Annual Electronic Industries Association 10-Year Forecast Conference of Defense, NASA and Related Electronic Opportunities. Georgetown University Conference Center. Washington. (703) 907-7572.
Washington Technology hosts Client/Server Computing, a unique forum presented each month to more than 200 senior-level executives for targeted technology presentations and face-to-face networking. Sheraton Premiere in Tysons Corner, Va. 7:45 - 10 a.m. $25. Jodi Donatelli, (703) 848-2800, ext. 115.
The American Electronics Association sponsors a meeting to discuss Proposition 211: How It Affects Publicly Traded Companies. 7:30 - 8:30 a.m. The Tower Club, Vienna, Va. (202) 682-4458.
OCT. 21 - 24
The Communications Society of the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineering and the Armed Forces Communications and Electronics Association is sponsoring MILCOM '96: Communications Technology Providing the Edge. The program provides a forum to exchange technical information on military communications vital to national security. McLean Hilton Hotel, McLean, Va. Carol Ramey for exhibit information, (703) 631-6200; Becky Nolan for patron information, (703) 631-6170.
The Federal Business Council sponsors The Pentagon Information Technology Expo. (800) 878-2940.
NOVA Technology Services Inc. and Microsoft Corp. are sponsoring Windows NT and the Internet. Columbia, Md. (800) 523-2773, ext. 32.
OCT. 22 - 23
Federal Imaging '96, sponsored by Information Technology Group at Reed Exhibition Companies, invites government organizations wanting to take advantage of the movement of document and image management solutions to desktop. Washington Convention Center, Washington. (800) 345-4003.
FEDnet '96: Internet and Government Electronic Commerce Conference/Exhibition. Exhibitors are expected to offer the full range of Internet/intranet products and solutions. Washington Convention Center, Washington, D.C. (202) 840-5646.
OCT. 22 - 25
The National Institute of Standards and Technology and National Computer Security Center are sponsoring the 19th National Information Systems Security Conference. The conference will explore issues such as security on the World Wide Web, firewall technology, international electronic commerce, warding off computer crime, legal issues and Internet security. Baltimore Convention Center, Baltimore. $335. Tammie Grice, (301) 975-3883, fax (301) 948-2067.
OCT. 28 - 31
Institute of Environmental Sciences presents the 19th Space Simulation Conference, a major international forum in space hardware environmental testing for research, development and qualification. Radisson Plaza Lord Baltimore Hotel, Baltimore. (708) 255-1561.
Miller Freeman Inc. is sponsoring a Communication Design Engineering Conference addressing the challenges of designing the latest telecommunications and data communications systems. Santa Clara Convention Center, Santa Clara, Calif. Exhibitors: Meredith Hahn, (415) 905-2586; attendees: Natasha Claro, (415) 905-2354.
OCT. 29 - 31
Miller Freeman Inc. is sponsoring PCB Design Conference East. The conference will help designers and engineers keep pace with the change in the electronics design industry. Tara's Ferncroft Conference Resort, Danvers, Mass. Exhibitors: Molly Knox, (415) 905-4927; attendees: Yolanda King, (415) 905-4994.
Blenheim USA Group Inc. presents Networks Expo. Dallas. Jay Gorga, show director, (800) 829-3976, ext. 124.
Society of Manufacturing Engineers, Fabricators & Manufacturers Association International presents FABTECH WEST '96 Conference and Exposition. The event covers metal forming and fabricating technology. San Jose Convention Center, San Jose, Calif. (800) 733-4763.
OCT. 29, NOV. 7, NOV. 12, NOV. 14, NOV. 19, NOV. 21
Strategic Networks Consulting's WAN '96 assesses new technologies, service delivery methods and market forces affecting enterprise WAN development. 8 a.m. - 4:45 p.m. $99. Oct. 29, Chicago; Nov. 7, New York; Nov. 12, Houston; Nov. 14, San Francisco; Nov. 19, Atlanta; Nov. 21, Boston. Sponsorship (future shows): Kathy Lerner at (800) 999-7621 or Internet: firstname.lastname@example.org. Registration: 800-875-9108 or http://www.snci.com.
NOV. 4 - 7
Communications Managers Association sponsors CMA Telecom '96, demonstrating how IT professionals should use their communications assets for maximum effectiveness. New York Hilton and Towers, New York. Nick Montana, (800) CMA-EXPO, fax (609) 853-0411.
NOV. 4 - 8
Open Systems World sponsors Fed UNIX '96 at the Washington Convention Center, Washington. (301) 596-8800, fax (301) 596-8803.
NOV. 12 - 14
The Society of Manufacturing Engineers, Association for Electronic Manufacturing of SME and the Rapid Prototyping Association of SME sponsor AUTOFACT '96 on rapid design and manufacturing. Cobo Center, Detroit. (800) 733-4763.
NOV. 13 - 15
Sales Management Systems Inc. sponsors Mastering Business Development on redefining the sales process for the business development professional. Washington. (800) 553-7944, fax (704) 442-1299.
NOV. 14 - 15
American Management Association sponsors Integrated Direct Marketing -- how to increase sales by synchronizing advertising, direct mail, telemarketing and field sales. San Francisco. (800) 262-9699, fax (518) 891-0368.
Washington Technology sponsors EDI/Electronic Commerce, a unique forum presented each month to more than 200 senior-level executives for targeted technology presentations and face-to-face networking. Sheraton Premiere in Tysons Corner, Va. 7:45 - 10 a.m. $25. Jodi Donatelli, (703) 848-2800, ext. 115.
NOV. 17 - 22
ACM and Special Interest Group sponsor ARCHACM/IEEE Supercomputing '96. Pittsburgh. Beverly Clayton, (412) 268-4960.
NOV. 18 - 20
American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics sponsors AIAA Missile Sciences Conference. Naval Postgraduate School, Monterey, Calif. (800) NEW AIAA (U.S. only), (703) 264-7500.
NOV. 18 - 22
American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics sponsors the AIAA 7th Annual International Spaceplanes and Hypersonic Systems and Technologies Conference. Waterside Marriott Hotel, Norfolk, Va. (800) AIAA (U.S. only), (703) 264-7500.
The Armed Forces Communications and Electronic Association presents Information Warfare Exercise, Lessons Learned with speaker Brig. Gen. James A. Jaeger. Ft. Meade Officer's Club, Ft. Meade, Md. (410) 684-3607.
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