President's Newsletter 
Volume 13 - Number 1 - May 2000

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Conference Information

Sustainability in the Third Millennium August 6 - 10, 2000 Bergen, Norway

For registration information and updated details, please visit the conference website. Please make your travel plans as soon as possible as Bergen is a popular destination this summer! Website: Click on "2000 Conference."

We have had an enormous response to the call for papers for this year's conference. We have received 342 abstracts. Accepted abstracts are available for viewing on the conference site. 

Abstracts by country of authors:

A handful of workshops are being scheduled this year by Workshop Coordinator volunteer Jim Hines. Workshop titles include: 

Member Kristine Kelly has volunteered to organize a job exchange in conjuntion with this year's conference, the "SD Career Link." Member Usman Ghani is working with PricewaterhouseCoopers who will be this year's host for the Consultants' Roundtable.

A group of PhD students is proposing to gather in Bergen a day before the conference for a PhD Colloquium to discuss PhD research proposals with senior researchers in the field. The PhD Student Colloquium will meet on Sunday, August 6 and is organized by members Özge Pala, Etienne Rouwette and Burak Güneralp. 

The social program includes an informal gathering on Sunday night, the welcome reception at the Bergen Castle Monday night, hosted by the City of Bergen, and on Wednesday night, a concert at the home of Edvard Grieg and the conference banquet at the Flöyen Restaurant, overlooking the city of Bergen. 

Please visit the website for more information on these and all conference topics: Click on "2000 Conference."

It has been stressed by the conference chair, Professor Pċl I. Davidsen, that it will be very important for participants to make their hotel reservations as early as possible due to the large number of tourists visiting Bergen in August and the limited availability of hotels in the city center. 

Our thanks to the Conference Sponsors:

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Roberta L. Spencer, Executive Director
System Dynamics Society
Milne 300 - Rockefeller College
University at Albany – SUNY
Albany, New York 12222 USA
Phone: (518) 442-3865     Fax: (518) 442-3398

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