EuroTeX 2001


Monday 24 September 2001
09:00 Opening
09:15 Hans Hagen, Overview of presentations
09:45 Wlodzimierz Bzyl, Re-introduction of Type 3 fonts into the TeX world
10:30 Coffee
11:00 Michael Guravage, Literate Programming: Not Just Another Pretty Face
11:30 Bernd Raichle,
12:00 Ulrik Vieth, Math typesetting in TeX: The good, the bad, the ugly
12:30 Lunch
13:30 David Antos, Petr Sojka, Pattern generation revisited
14:00 Jean-Michel Hufflen, The Implementation of MlBibTeX
14:30 Tea
15:00 Fabrice Popineau, Directions for the TeXLive Software
15:45 Karel Skoupy, A Tour around NTS implementation
16:30 Simon Pepping, What does NTS offer the TeX community?
17:30 Dinner
20:00 Giuseppe Bilotta, TeXlib: a TeX reimplementation in library form
20:45 John Plaice, Omega goes open-source
21:30 Discussion: Next generation TeX implementations, the good, the bad and the ugly
Tuesday 25 September 2001
09:00 J. Chlebiková, J. Gurican, M. Nagy, I. Odrobina, The Euromath System -- a structure XML editor and browser
09:30 Tobias Burnus, Usage of MathML for paper and web publishing
10:00 Michal Marvan, Natural TeX notation in mathematics
10:30 Coffee
11:00 Tom Kacvinsky, Fonts
11:45 Hans Hagen, TeX TOP publishing: an overview
12:30 Lunch
13:00 Outing: Afternoon, dinner and evening in Maastricht
Wednesday 26 September 2001
09:00 Pedro Quaresma, DCpic, a (yet another) commutative diagram package based on the PiCTeX macro package Janusz M. Nowacki, POLIGRAF: from TeX to print
09:35 Martin Schröder, Using pdfTeX in a PDF-based imposition tool
10:10 Coffee
10:40 Boguslaw Jackowski and Krzysztof Leszczynski, Font Specials S. Austin, D. Menshikov and M. Vulis, Use of TeX plugin technology for displaying of real time weather and geographic information
11:20 Péter Szabó, Conversion of TeX fonts into Type1 format Laurent Siebenmann, ASCII-Cyrillic and its converter email-ru.tex
12:00 Lunch
13:00 Boguslaw Jackowski, Janusz M. Nowacki, and Piotr Strzelczyk, METATYPE1: a METAPOST-based engine for generating Type 1 fonts
13:35 Michael Moortgat, Richard Moot, Dick Oehrle, TeX in Teaching
14:10 Paul Wackers, `Typography' and production of manuscripts and incunabula
14:45 Tea
15:15 Taco Hoekwater, The bibliographic module for context
16:00 Hans Hagen, TEX and/or XML: good, bad and/or ugly
16:45 Berend de Boer, From database to presentation via XML, XSLT and ConTeXt
17:30 Dinner
20:00h Jonathan Fine, Instant preview and the TeX daemon
20:45 Igor Strokov, a WYSIWYG TeX prototype: texlite
21:30 Discussion: WYSIWYG TeX
Thursday 27 September 2001
Tutorial day. See the tutorials page for details.