5th International Conference
on Web Engineering

25-29 July 2005 Sydney, Australia

Call for Papers

Tutorials and Workshops

Important Dates

Submissions

Organising Committee

Programme Committee

Doctoral Symposium

Prizes and Awards

“Sydney is Australia's oldest city, the economic powerhouse of the nation and the country's capital in everything but name. It's blessed with sun-drenched natural attractions, dizzy skyscrapers, delicious and daring restaurants, superb shopping and friendly folk,” to quote the Lonely Planet Guide’s introduction to Sydney.

“Sydney is blessed with long stretches of heavenly beaches, a pleasant climate that sees over 300 sunny days a year, and a population of open-minded, outgoing entrepreneurial types who are itching to show the whole place off.”

“The centre of Sydney is on the south shore of the harbour, and skyscrapers in the Central Business District (CBD) vie for dominance and harbour views, but the city's relentlessness is softened by shady Hyde Park and The Domain parkland to the east, Darling Harbour to the west and the main harbour to the north.”

Weather in late July is pleasant and there are many places of tourist attraction in and around Sydney, including the landmarks such as Opera House, Harbour Bridge and Darling Harbour, and as well as in other parts of Australia.

The Conference venue is conveniently located within 10 minutes’ walk from Darling Harbour, the CBD and major hotels and restaurants. The airport is linked by rail and is less than half an hour’s drive from the CBD.