ILPS97: Call for Workshop PROPOSALS
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Subject: ILPS97: Call for Workshop PROPOSALS
From: Ulf Nilsson <email@example.com>
Date: Fri, 3 Jan 1997 10:21:24 +0100
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ILPS'97 CALL FOR WORKSHOP PROPOSALS
INTERNATIONAL LOGIC PROGRAMMING SYMPOSIUM
The International Logic Programming Symposium ILPS'97 will be
held October 12-17, 1997 at Port Jefferson, NY. Sponsored by
the Association for Logic Programming in cooperation with the
University at Stony Brook, it is fourteenth in the series of
symposia on logic programming initiated in the US in 1984.
In the recent editions of the symposium the post-conference
workshops have played an increasingly important role in
presenting novel emerging ideas. Recognizing the importance
of these events the organizers of ILPS'97 plan to encourage
cooperation between the ILPS'97 workshop organizers and the
program committee, and to indicate web links to the workshop
material in the MIT Press volume of the proceedings of
The persons intending to organize a workshop at ILPS'97 are
invited to submit a workshop proposal by January 15, 1997.
The address for submission is firstname.lastname@example.org with a
copy to email@example.com.
Workshops opening new research directions are particularly
The submission should only include a link to a web page
designed by the proposer, and optionally an estimation of the
number of participants, based for example on the previous
experience of the proposer.
The page should be designed as a tentative call for workshop
papers, and should include:
* motivation and objectives,
* names and e-mail addresses of at least 3 organizing
persons, preferably at different sites, with indication
of one of them as the workshop coordinator,
* organization details, like deadlines for submission,
* a statement about electronic storage of the working
materials after the workshop.
The proposals approved by the Conference Chairs will be
included in the ILPS'97 web home page, by February 15 and
will be advertised in the final call for papers and in the
call for participation.
The workshop coordinators will be invited to the Programme
Committee of ILPS'97.
Please address administrative mail regarding the lambda Prolog mailing list to
firstname.lastname@example.org. See http://www.cis.upenn.edu/~dale/lProlog.