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Call for Participation: ILC'07

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  • Pascal Costanza
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    Message 1 of 1 , Feb 21, 2007
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      | http://www.international-lisp-conference.org |
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      | Clare College, Cambridge, England - April 1-4, 2007 |
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      In cooperation with ACM SIGPLAN
      Sponsored by The Association of Lisp Users

      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.

      This year's program consists of tutorials at beginners' and
      advanced levels, prominent invited speakers from the Lisp and
      Scheme communities, an excellent technical session, tours of
      Central Cambridge, Anglesey Abbey and Ely, and a quintessential
      English experience: a traditional dinner served in the college's
      Great Hall. The advance registration deadline is March 11th.

      The ILC'07 programming contest is also still running until
      March 3rd. For more details, see


      Saturday, March 31st

      Optional tour of Cambridge

      Sunday, April 1st

      Tutorials and workshops

      - Ernst van Waning, Extended Tutorial: Common Lisp in One Day
      - Pascal Costanza, Context-oriented Programming in Common Lisp
      - Richard Brooksby, Improve your Lisp using the Memory Pool System
      - Duane Rettig, Optimizing and Debugging Programs in Allegro CL

      Monday, April 2nd

      Invited presentations

      - Christian Queinnec, Teaching CS to undergraduates at UPMC
      - Michael Sperber,
      It's All about Being Right: Lessons from the R6RS Process
      - Herbert Stoyan, Lisp: Themes and History

      Presentations of accepted papers

      Tuesday, April 3rd

      Invited presentations

      - Jans Aasman, Scalable Lisp Applications
      - Ralf Moeller, Building a Commercial OWL Reasoner with Lisp
      - Manuel Serrano,
      HOP: An Environment for Developing Web 2.0 Applications

      Presentations of accepted papers
      Annual meeting of the Association of Lisp Users
      Conference banquet

      Wednesday, April 4th

      Invited presentations

      - Richard Jones, Dynamic Memory Management
      - John Mallery, Lisp/CL-HTTP

      Presentations of accepted papers

      Thursday, April 5th

      Optional tour of Anglesey Abbey and Ely

      Conference Registration:

      Conference registration is now open. Simply visit

      The advance registration deadline is March 11th. You can get
      further discounts as an ACM/SIGPLAN and/or ALU member.

      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.

      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

      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@..., http://p-cos.net
      Vrije Universiteit Brussel, Programming Technology Lab
      Pleinlaan 2, B-1050 Brussel, Belgium
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