[ALU-announce] Fwd: [CfP] International Lisp Conference '07 (news)
pc at p-cos.net
Sat Dec 9 03:38:07 PST 2006
More important news:
- The International Lisp Conference 2007 is again held in cooperation
with ACM SIGPLAN.
- This especially means that the proceedings will be published with
an ISBN at the ACM Digital Library.
Begin forwarded message:
> From: Pascal Costanza <pc at p-cos.net>
> Date: 19 November 2006 18:24:09 GMT+01:00
> To: alu-announce at alu.org
> Subject: [CfP] International Lisp Conference '07 (news)
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> | INTERNATIONAL LISP CONFERENCE 2007 |
> | |
> | http://www.international-lisp-conference.org |
> | |
> | Clare College, Cambridge, England - April 1-4, 2007 |
> | |
> Sponsored by:
> The Association of Lisp Users
> Important news:
> + Registration for the conference is now open. Take advantage of
> early registration discounts by registering early. There are
> also discounts for ACM and ALU members.
> + Mailing lists for prospective participants have been set up.
> + We have applied for ACM SIGPLAN In-cooperation status and expect
> to be able to publish the proceedings for ILC'07 in the ACM
> Digital Library.
> + We are delighted that the following have accepted invitations to
> speak at the conference:
> Richard Jones (University of Kent)
> John Mallery (MIT CSAIL)
> Ralf Moeller (Hamburg University of Technology)
> Christian Queinnec (Univ. Pierre & Marie Curie)
> Manuel Serrano (INRIA Sophia Antipolis)
> Michael Sperber (University of Tuebingen)
> Herbert Stoyan (University of Erlangen)
> We will announce a few more invited speakers soon.
> + The program committee has been formed.
> General Information:
> The Association of Lisp Users is pleased to announce the 2007
> International Lisp Conference will be held in Cambridge, England
> at Clare College from April 1st to 4th, 2007.
> We encourage submissions in diverse areas, including but not
> limited to: language design and implementation, software
> engineering, mathematical and scientific computing, artificial
> intelligence, data mining, business intelligence, bioinformatics,
> telecommunications and networking, the semantic web, music, and
> entertainment technologies.
> Alongside our usual four day program of tutorials and prominent
> invited speakers, and excellent technical sessions, this year
> there will also be workshops and demonstrations sessions.
> The official language of the conference is English. Further
> details are available at the conference web site.
> Technical Program:
> Original submissions in all areas related to the conference themes
> are invited for the following categories.
> Papers: Technical papers of up to 15 pages that describe original
> results, and/or extended abstracts of 4 pages with full papers
> sent soon after.
> Demonstrations: Abstracts of up to 2 pages for demonstrations of
> tools, libraries and applications.
> Workshops: Abstracts of up to 2 pages for groups of people who
> intend to work on a focussed topic for half a day.
> Tutorials: Abstracts of up to 2 pages for indepth presentations
> about topics of special interest for 90 - 180 minutes.
> Panel discussions: Abstracts of up to 2 pages for discussions
> about current themes. Panel discussion proposals must mention
> panel member who are willing to partake in a discussion.
> Conference Registration:
> Conference registration is now open. Simply visit
> The advance registration deadline is March 11th. but if you
> register before December 31st we'll give you another 20% off the
> advance registration price.
> Registration includes: access to all events, morning and afternoon
> teas / coffees, self-service lunch, banquet (Tuesday April 3rd),
> proceedings and hopefully a conference t-shirt. Accomodation is
> available in Clare College's "Memorial Court".
> Credit cards and PayPal are accepted, as are cheques (sterling or
> US dollars) and international bank transfers.
> Important Dates:
> Please send contributions before the submission deadline to the
> program committe (ilc07-program-committee at alu.org).
> Deadline for abstract submissions: December 15, 2006
> Notification of acceptance or rejection: February 5, 2007
> Deadline for final paper submissions: March 2, 2007
> Advance registration deadline: March 11, 2007
> Advance advance registration deadline: December 31, 2006
> Organizing Committee:
> Co-Chairs: Carl Shapiro (SRI International)
> Pascal Costanza (Vrije Universiteit Brussel)
> Members: Rusty Johnson (ALU)
> Peter Lindahl (ALU)
> Program Chair: JonL White (The Ginger Ice Cream Factory / ALU)
> Contact: ilc07-program-committee at alu.org
> Local chair: Nick Levine (Ravenbrook / ALU)
> General correspondence: ilc07-organizing-committee at alu.org
> Program Committee:
> Jeff Dalton (University of Edinburgh)
> Rainer Joswig (Valtech)
> Hsiao Kuroda (Mathematical Systems Inc.)
> Nick Levine (Ravenbrook)
> Henry Lieberman (MIT Media Lab)
> Joe Marshall (Google Inc.)
> Scott McKay (ITA Software)
> Wolfgang De Meuter (Vrije Universiteit Brussel)
> Julian Padget (University of Bath)
> Jeff Shrager (Stanford University and Xerox PARC)
> Mark Stickel (SRI International)
> Mailing Lists:
> General conference announcements are made on a very occasional
> basis to the low-volume mailing list ilc07-announce.
> If you're thinking of participating in ILC 2007, you should either
> join this list or take an occasional look at the archives.
Pascal Costanza, mailto:pc at p-cos.net, http://p-cos.net
Vrije Universiteit Brussel, Programming Technology Lab
Pleinlaan 2, B-1050 Brussel, Belgium
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