The 14th International World Wide Web Conference 2005

The 14th International World Wide Web Conference (WWW2005)

The International World Wide Web Conference Committee (IW3C2) and Keio University cordially invite you to participate in the Fourteenth International World Wide Web Conference on May 10-14, 2005, in Chiba, Japan.

Thank you very much for attending WWW2005 in Chiba.
See you at the future WWW conferences.

  • WWW2005 Conference Proceedings
  • Tim Berners-Lee's Keynote Slides
  • Yuji Inoue's Keynote Slides
  • Makoto Murata's Keynote Slides
  • Photos
  • WWW2006 Edinburgh Scotland (22 May — 26 May, 2006)


Wireless network is available at the conference site. The ESSID is “WWW2005”.
Mail Server Setup:
There is an SMTP server for the participants: its IP address is “”.
Saturday Lunch:
You have a meal coupon (1,000 yen per day) for lunch. Coupons are in your registration package.


13 May, 2005
WWW2006 in Edinburgh Scotland will be held from May 22, 2006 to May 26, 2006.

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World Wide Web Consortium Hitachi, Ltd. NEC Yahoo! Search Fuji Xerox Co., Ltd. IBM Research Nippon Telegraph and Telephone Corporation Nomura Research Institute, Ltd. Ricoh Company, Ltd Creact International Corporation dit Company Limited Oki Data Corporation Sony Communication Network Corporation XML Master Elsevier Emerald Group Publishing IEEE Computer Society IDG Japan, Inc. O'Reilly Japan, Inc. Pearson Education


Chiba City Chiba Prefectural Government E-Japan Forum Informaiton Processing Society of Japan Information-technology Promotion Agency, Japan International Federation for Information Processing Internet Association Japan (IAjapan) Interoperability Technology Association for Information Processing, Japan (INTAP) Japan Information Processing Development Corporation Electronic Commerce Promoter Center Japan Information Technology Services Industry Association The Institute of Electronics, Infornmation and Communication Engineers The Japanese Society for Artificial Intelligence World Wide Web Consortium