May 18-21, 2003
Boston, MA, USA
Details on the hotel's special conference rate
Multimedia pioneer Nicholas Negroponte, co-founder of the MIT Media Lab, is scheduled to speak at dg.o2003.
Conference Co Chairs:
Yigal Arens (USC/ISI and DGRC)
Eduard Hovy (USC/ISI and DGRC)
Program Chair: Peggy Agouris, University of Maine
Government Liaison: Valerie Gregg (NSF)
Communications: Mack Reed (USC/ISI and DGRC)
Registration: Priscilla Rasmussen (Rutgers/ARCS)
See this page for the latest conference announcements.
The National Science Foundation invites you to join dg.o2003, the national conference that brings together top computer science researchers, government agencies, policy specialists, experts in e-commerce, the software industry, and members of the public with the aim of developing online government systems of all types.
Accepted Research: You can see a complete list here of papers, posters and tech demos that have been accepted to the conference.
You can still register in Boston, where on-site fees will apply.
Attention Authors: If you published a book or video in the past year or two that you would like to present at dg.o2003's meet-the-authors session, please contact us.
For insight into the breadth and depth of recent Digital Government research, dg.o recommends that you explore these Web pages: