Canadian Workshop on Information Theory

University of Waterloo

The eighth Canadian Workshop on Information Theory will be held on the campus of the University of Waterloo in Waterloo. This Workshop provides an opportunity for Canadian as well as international researchers in Information Theory to meet and discuss aspects of their work.

Fee: $250



May 21 – 22

2003 Canadian IT Financing Forum East

When it comes to IT, the Canadian IT Financing Forum is the largest venture capital fundraising showcase in the country. Last year’s event attracted over 300 participants, including 120 venture capital and corporate investors from Canada, the U.S. and Norway representing $70 billion capital under management. This year, 34 of Canada’s hottest IT, electronics, wireless and Internet growth companies, seeking $1 million to $50 million in private financing, will be selected to present their financial and strategic interests. In addition, a new Canadian IT Emerging Companies Exhibition will be launched where up to 50 companies may demo their products at Internet-equipped booths. Panel presentations, a “Meet the Investors” session and Exhibitors Jury Findings will also be featured. At the end of the event, investors will award the top Presenting and Exhibiting Companies.

Contact: Kathy Standeven, (604) 538-6095

Email: [email protected]



May 29 – 30

Wireless Connections 2003

Rozsa Centre, University of Calgary

Wireless Connections 2003 is a two-day gathering of key representatives from the global wireless industry. Wireless Connections 2003 provides a forum for discussion of wireless trends and issues. With keynotes and presentations from global leaders, including Nokia Americas, Oy Radiolinja Ab, NTT DoCoMo and the Canadian Wireless Telecommunications Association (CWTA), Wireless Connections 2003 is a compelling mix of the practical and the visionary.

Email: [email protected]


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