Call-For-Participation: PLI 99 = ICFP + PPDP + HOOTS + IDL + ...

Date: Sun Jun 06 1999 - 12:32:36 MET DST

Date: Sun, 6 Jun 1999 12:32:36 +0200
Subject: Call-For-Participation: PLI 99 = ICFP + PPDP + HOOTS + IDL + ...

                           CALL FOR PARTICIPATION

                                   PLI 99

                  Principles, Logics, and Implementations
                    of high-level programming languages

                               Paris, France,
                       September 27 - October 1, 1999



The colloquium on Principles, Logics, and Implementations of high-level
programming languages is a collection of conferences and workshops aimed at
the advancement of high-level programming languages. The first edition of
PLI will be held in September 1999 in Paris and will bring together two
popular conferences ICFP and PPDP (previously known as PLILP/ALP) focused on
functional and declarative programming languages, and a collection of
related satellite events.

PLI 99 comprises the following conferences and workshops:

   ICFP International Conference on Functional Programming
   PPDP Principles and Practice of Declarative Programming

Two-day workshops:

   HOOTS Higher-Order Operational Techniques in Semantics
   IDL Implementation of Declarative Languages

One-day workshops:

   COCL Component-based Software Development in Computational Logic
   DPS Declarative Programming with Sets
   FDPE Functional and Declarative Programming in Education
   HASKELL workshop
   LFM Logical Frameworks and Meta-languages
   OOSDS Object-oriented Specification Techniques for
            Distributed Systems and Behaviours
   WAAAPL Workshop on Algorithmic Aspects of Advanced Programming Languages


A detailed presentation of the conference including a preliminary program,
registration and accomodation information and forms are all avalaible on the
WEB. The rest of this message is a summary of the PLI home page.


| Sep 27 Sep 28 | Sep 29 | Sep 30 Oct 1 |
| Monday Tuesday | Wednesday | Thursday Friday |
| | |
| I C F P | P P D P |
| | |
| I D L | FDPE | H O O T S |
| OOSDS | DPS | |
| | Banquet | |


The registration fees and the registration procedure are described on the
WEB. To benefit from the early bird rate, your registration and payment must
be received by August 20. If you are applying for a TMR grant, your TMR
application form must be received by July 1.

For registrations that cannot be made using the WEB form, please contact
the conference secretariat.


Young European Participants (aged of 35 or younger) may apply for financial
support from the Training and Mobility of Researchers (TMR) program until
July 1. Information about TMR grants and the application form are available
on the WEB at the address given above and can also be obtained by fax from
the conference secretariat.

Students who will be presented a paper at either ICFP 99 or PPDP 99 may
apply for travel fellowships from the PAC fund


PLI 99 will be held in Paris, at the Maison de la Chimie.

    28, rue Saint Dominique
    75007 PARIS
    tÚl: 33 (1) 40 62 27 00
    fax: 33 (1) 45 55 98 62


The ATI agency offers a large panel of hotels with different categories of
comfort and prices. Rooms have been pre-booked in several hotels that are
usually at a couple of metro stations from the Maison de la Chimie. Walking
from your hotel to Maison de la Chimie will be possible only if you have
time or good legs, since unfortunately, there are not very many convenient
lodging right next to the Maison de la Chimie.

To book a room through the ATI, please print and fill the booking form
available in (gzipped) Postscript or PDF format and send it directly to
ATI. You will be charged a 50 FF fee per file.

       September is usually very busy in Paris, so you should arrange
                for your accommodation as soon as possible.


For any information, please contact the conference secretariat

    INRIA Rocquencourt
    Bureau des Colloques
    BP 105
    78153 Le Chesnay Cedex - France

    Phone: +33 1 3963 5675
    Fax: +33 1 3963 5638


PLI 99 is organized by INRIA in collaboration with the ACM SIGPLAN and with
the sponsorship of the CNRS (France), Compaq (USA), Compulog (EU), European
Association for Programming Languages and Systems (EU), France-Telecom
(France), MENRT (France), Microsoft-Research (UK), Trusted Logic (France),
and the EU program "Training and Mobility of Research" (EU).

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