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TUG 2022 online: July 22-24, 2022
The 43rd Annual Conference of the TeX Users Group
Conference registration and information
Dates and deadlines
- June 15 - deadline for abstracts for presentation
- July 10 - deadline for preprints to be in the program.
- July 22-24 - conference, including the TUG Annual General Meeting.
- July 31 - deadline for final papers for the printed
Keynotes: Carlos Evia, David Blakesley
- We are very happy to announce that Carlos Evia of Virginia Tech has agreed to give a keynote address,
“The future of technical documentation starts with its
recent past”. Carlos's research focus area include
technical communication, user assistance, and structured authoring.
He is a professor in the School of Communication at Virginia Tech, and
also associate dean for transdisciplinary initiatives and chief
technology officer in the College of Liberal Arts and Human Sciences.
- We are equally happy that David Blakesley has also
agreed to give a keynote presentation. David is the Campbell Chair in
Technical Communication and Professor of English at Clemson University,
as well as the CEO of Parlor Press.
The conference will be held online via Zoom. Thanks to the University
of Adelaide, Australia, for making this possible.
We envision with talks of approximately 30-40 minutes, time for
q&a, and several breaks throughout the days. Given the global nature
of an online conference, the talks will be extended throughout each day,
according to the speakers' locations, rather than focused on one
timezone. We expect that talks will be recorded and available for
As always, the success of the conference depends on speakers coming
forward. Please email the conference
committee with proposals and abstracts. Call for
We request that all participants and speakers register for the
conference. It is free of charge, though donations are most
welcome to help defray expenses and to support TeX and TUG.
We need help for the conference to go well. Specifically:
- Moderators/chairpeople for the sessions. It will be the job of these
people to parse the messages on the chat and present questions to the
speaker. Ideally, but not necessarily, someone with some knowledge of
the subject of the talk.
- Managers for the break rooms and/or social events.
Please email us if you
might like to help; we're happy to provide more information.
- Email: email@example.com.
- Phone, fax, postal mail: see TUG
office contact information.
- Conference committee: Arthur Rosendahl (chair);
Paulo Ney de Souza,
Annual General Meeting
The TUG Annual General Meeting will be scheduled to occur during the
conference, at a time to be announced later.
the TeX Users Group,
University of Adelaide, Australia,
and many individual donors.
Thanks to all.
Additional sponsors are greatly appreciated,
as is mentioning the conference to colleagues and in any other contexts.
Thanks to Jennifer Claudio for designing the poster for the
online conference, and thanks to CTAN
for allowing us to use the Duane Bibby drawing.
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