About the Venue
The fourteenth conference on Hypertext and Hypermedia
The Conference is now over
However, you can still access the list of papers with abstracts,
the conference Wiki and check out the photos
from the WebDAV photo dropbox.
full conference proceedings via the ACM Digital Library on line.
The ACM Nelson award for best paper by a Hypertext conference newcomer was won by Einat Amitay, David Carmel, Adam Darlow, Ronny Lempel, Aya Soffer for
The Connectivity Sonar: Detecting Site Functionality by Structural Patterns
The ACM Engelbart award for best paper was won by Jocelyne Nanard, Marc Nanard and Peter King for
IUHM, a hypermedia-based model for integrating open services, data and metadata
The Conference Chairs award for the reviewer with most thorough author feedback was won by Lloyd Rutledge
Special mention for number and timeliness of reviews
goes to mc schraefel, Peter Brown, David Kolb, Yoshinori Hijikata, Weigang Wang, Harri Oinas-Kukkonen, Chuck Kacmar, James Blustein, Michael Rees
About the conference
The annual Hypertext conference is the only event dedicated totally to hypertext
and hypermedia, in all its forms, covering all its uses, and which seeks both
technical and literary contributions. The conference will include a range of
participatory events such as papers, workshops, tutorials, panel discussions and
more. Please select your areas of interest from the menu on this page.
Hypertext 2003 will be held in Nottingham, U.K., hosted by the
School of Computer Science & Information
Technology at the University of Nottingham.
With a full agenda of events and surprises already planned, we are
quietly confident that Nottingham 2003 will be remembered as the best Hypertext
conference ever. We look forward to welcoming you to Nottingham!
Special thanks to
the Leverhulme Trust for sponsoring Ted Nelson's visit to
Nottingham and the Hypertext '03 conference through their
Visiting Professorship award.