BLC Newsletter April 2007

Registered Charity No 275541

President           Professor J B Paris FBA [Manchester]
Vice-President      Professor J M E Hyland [Cambridge]
Treasurer           Professor D Macpherson [Leeds]
Secretary           Dr M Dzamonja [East Anglia]
                    Dr N Alechina [Nottingham]
                    Dr E Ritter [Birmingham]
                    Professor T Williamson FBA FRSE [Oxford]

Dear members,

More meetings in this issue:

(1) Progic07 - The Third Workshop on Combining Probability and Logic,
Canterbury, UK, 5-7 September 2007
(2) Combinatorics of Arc-Transitive Graphs and Partial Orders
Leeds, August 2nd, 3rd 2007
(3) International e-Conference on Computer Science 2007 (IeCCS 2007)
1-5 October 2007
(5) Computability in Europe 2007: Computation and Logic in the Real World
                         University of Siena
                        Siena, 18-23 June 2007

I also have the pleasure of announcing a new logic journal

(A) Logic and Analysis
Editor-in-Chief: Nigel J. Cutland

and some further newsletter information

(B) LICS Newsletter 109
Progic07 - The Third Workshop on Combining Probability and Logic, will be
held in Canterbury, UK, 5-7 September 2007

We welcome submissions of papers on the special focus of the workshop,
Probabilistic Logic and Probabilistic Networks, or indeed on any
aspect of combining probability and logic.

(2)   Combinatorics of Arc-Transitive Graphs and Partial Orders

    August 2nd, 3rd 2007

There will be a 2-day meeting at the University of Leeds on August 2nd and 3rd 2007, entitled Combinatorics of Arc-Transitive Graphs and Partial Orders. Please see the web site
for more information

(3) Dear Colleagues

This year we organize the International e-Conference on Computer
Science 2007 (IeCCS 2007) from 28 June to 8 July 2007. This
conference is the third of the series. Place of the Conference:
Internet (is an e-Conference). URL Address:

We are proud to announce that the Proceedings of IeCCS 2007 will be
published in the very famous AIP (American Institute of Physics)
Conference Proceedings. For more information:

Please circulate the following announcement, call for papers,
sessions and minisymposia to your colleagues.

For this conference I  mention the following:

1. The extended abstracts will be published in the Proceedings of
IeCCS 2007 (which will be published in the AIP (American Institute of
Physics) Conference Proceedings:

2. The full papers will be published (as letters of ~ 7-8 A4 pages
length)  in Computing Letters (CoLe - see
We mention that VSP/Brill has already applied for the inclusion of
this journal in SCI).

3. Every participant with his/her registration will receive: (a) The
Proceedings of IeCCS 2007 and (b) Free subscription for CoLe.

4. For this conference you haven't expenses of Hotels, transportation
etc. since it is an Internet Conference and can be attended from your
office or from the place you will select.

5. The session and symposium organizers have free registration.

If you want leaflets and posters for IeCCS 2007, please send your
request to with a carbon copy to: and

We mention that leaflet can be downloaded from the URL address of the

Sincerely yours

Professor Dr. T.E. Simos
Chair and Organizer IeCCS 2007


1st Call for Papers


1-5 October 2007

Submission deadline: 15 May 2007

The Seventh International Tbilisi Symposium  on  Language,  Logic  and
Computation will be held on  1-5  October  2007  in  the  vicinity  of
Tbilisi, the capital of Georgia.  The symposium is  organised  by  the
Centre for Language, Logic and Speech at Tbilisi State University  and
the Georgian Academy of Sciences, in conjunction  with  the  Institute
for Logic, Language  and  Computation  (ILLC)  at  the  University  of

The symposium will feature three invited tutorials as well as  several
invited talks.  Furthermore,  up  to  30  contributed  papers  can  be
accepted for  presentation.  Anybody  who  has  attended  one  of  the
previous editions of  this  event  can  confirm  that  these  symposia
constitute an unforgettable experience.

The programme committee now invites submissions of extended  abstracts
(of 2-4 pages) on all aspects  of  language,  logic  and  computation.
Work of an  interdisciplinary  nature  is  particularly  welcome.  The
submission deadline is the 15th of May 2007. Details of the submission
procedure are available at the symposium website.




                               CiE 2007

 Computability in Europe 2007: Computation and Logic in the Real World
                         University of Siena
                        Siena, 18-23 June 2007

                        CALL FOR PARTICIPATION

CiE 2007 will address various aspects of the ways computability and theoretical computer science enable scientists and philosophers to deal with mathematical and real world issues, ranging through problems related to logic, mathematics, physical processes, natural computing, real computation and learning theory. At the same time it will focus on different ways in which computability emerges from the real world, and how this affects our way of thinking about everyday computational issues.

The CiE conference series has become a primary focus for basic and applied research into a full range of computability related issues, and CiE is the largest such international meeting.



All presenters of informal presentations, are eligible to be invited to submit a full journal version of their talk to one of the post-conference publications - see:


Siena is one of Italy's best preserved medieval towns, located in the heart of Tuscany. Siena, built on three hills and surrounded by well preserved walls, is filled with fine examples of Gothic architecture and has one of the world's most unique piazzas - il Campo. The world-famous Palio, which takes place in the Campo, is an important part of Sienese identity, history and culture.

CiE 2007 takes place just 6 days before the start of the Palio on 29 June, 2007. Siena makes an excellent base for other excursions in Tuscany, as it is not far from charming towns such as San Gimignano, Pienza, and towns world famous for wine, such as Montalcino and Montepulciano. Florence and Pisa too are within easy reach.


Pieter Adriaans (Amsterdam)
Kobi Benenson (Harvard)
Anne Condon (Vancouver)
Stephen Cook (Toronto)
Yuri Ershov (Novosibirsk)
Wolfgang Maass (Graz)
Sophie Laplante (Paris)
Anil Nerode (Cornell)
George Odifreddi (Turin)
Roger Penrose (Oxford)
Michael Rathjen (Leeds)
Dana Scott (Carnegie Mellon)
Robert I. Soare (Chicago)
Philip Welch (Bristol)


* Doing without Turing Machines: Constructivism and Formal Topology
* Approaches to Computational Learning
* Real Computation
* Computability and Mathematical Structure
* Complexity of Algorithms and Proofs
* Logic and New Paradigms of Computability
* Computational Foundations of Physics and Biology


Eric Allender (Rutgers)
Andrej Bauer (Ljubljana)
Vasco Brattka (Cape Town)
Douglas Bridges (Canterbury, NZ)
John Case (Newark, Delaware)
Pieter Collins (Amsterdam)
Thierry Coquand (Goeteborg)
Felix Costa (Lisbon)
Barbara F. Csima (Waterloo)
Abbas Edalat (London)
Martin Escardo (Birmingham)
Joerg Flum (Freiburg)
Sergey S. Goncharov (Novosibirsk)
Hajime Ishihara (Tokyo)
Natasha Jonoska (Tampa, Florida)
Michal Koucky (Prague)
James Ladyman (Bristol)
Maria Emilia Maietti (Padua)
Giancarlo Mauri (Milan)
Klaus Meer (Odense)
Itamar Pitowsky (Jerusalem)
Robert Rettinger (Hagen)
Grzegorz Rozenberg (Leiden)
Frank Stephan (Singapore)
Neil Thapen (Prague)
Christopher Timpson (Leeds)
Giuseppe Trautteur (Naples)
Heribert Vollmer (Hannover)
Osamu Watanabe (Tokyo)
Jiri Wiedermann (Prague)
Damien Woods (Cork)
Liang Yu (Nanjing)
Martin Ziegler (Paderborn)

WOMEN IN COMPUTABILITY WORKSHOP in association with the Computer Research
Association's Committee on the Status of Women in Computing Research (CRA-W)
Organisers: Paola Bonizzoni, Elvira Mayordomo. Speakers: Anne Condon (Vancouver),
Natasha Jonoska (Florida), Carmen Leccardi (Milan), and Andrea Cerroni (Milan)


M. Agrawal (Kanpur)                      M. Arslanov (Kazan)
G. Ausiello (Roma)                       A. Bauer (Ljubljana)
A. Beckmann (Swansea)                    U. Berger (Swansea)
P. Bonizzoni (Milan)                     A. Cantini (Firenze) B. Cooper (Leeds, co-chair)              L. Crosilla (Firenze) J. Diaz (Barcelona)                      C. Dimitracopoulos (Athens) F. Ferreira (Lisbon)                     S. Goncharov (Novosibirsk) P. Gruenwald (Amsterdam)                 D. Harel (Rehovot) A. Hodges (Oxford)                       J. Kempe (Paris) G. Longo (Paris)                         B. Loewe (Amsterdam) J. Makowsky (Haifa)                      E. Mayordomo Camara (Zaragoza) W. Merkle (Heidelberg)                   F. Montagna (Siena) D. Normann (Oslo)                        T. Pheidas (Heraklion) G. Rozenberg (Leiden)                    G. Sambin (Padova) H. Schwichtenberg (Muenchen)             W. Sieg (Carnegie Mellon) A. Sorbi (Siena, co-chair)               I. Soskov (Sofia) P. van Emde Boas (Amsterdam)

CONFIRMED SPONSORS OF CiE 2007: AILA (Associazione Italiana di Logica e
Applicazioni), EATCS (European Association for Theoretical Computer
Science), ASL (Association for Symbolic Logic), EACSL (European Association for Computer Science Logic), FoLLI (The Association of Logic, Language and Information), GNSAGA-INdAM (Gruppo Nazionale per le Strutture Algebriche e Geometriche e loro Applicazioni-Istituto NAzionale di Alta Matematica), Banca Monte Dei Paschi Di Siena, and The University of Siena.

CiE 2007 will be co-located with CCA 2007, the annual CCA (Computability and Complexity in Analysis) Conference (Siena, College Santa Chiara, June 16-18, 2007):

Andrea Sorbi
Dipartimento di Scienze Matematiche ed Informatiche "Roberto Magari"
Pian dei Mantellini 44
53100 Siena, Italy
Phone: 0039-0577-233727
Fax: 0039-0577-233730


This is to announce the new Springer journal:

Logic and Analysis
Editor-in-Chief: Nigel J. Cutland

Logic and Analysis  publishes papers of high quality involving interaction
between ideas or techniques from mathematical logic and other areas of
mathematics (especially - but not limited to - pure and applied analysis).
The journal welcomes
- papers in nonstandard analysis and related areas of applied model theory;
- papers involving interplay between mathematics and logic (including
foundational aspects of such interplay);
- mathematical papers using or developing analytical methods having
connections to any area of mathematical logic.

"Logic and Analysis" is intended to be a natural home for papers with an
essential interaction between mathematical logic and other areas of
mathematics, rather than for papers purely in logic or analysis.

Editorial Board:
N. J. Cutland, York (Editor in Chief)

J. Avigad, Pittsburgh, PA
A. Berarducci, Pisa
C. W. Henson, Urbana, IL
M. Di Nasso, Pisa
K. Hrbacek, New York, NY
R. Jin, Charleston, SC
A.S. Kechris, Pasadena, CA
H.J. Keisler, Madison, WI
T. Lindstr%G�%@m, Oslo
P.A. Loeb, Urbana, IL
A. MacIntyre, Queen Mary College, London
E. Palmgren, Uppsala
D.A. Ross, Honolulu, HI
Y. Sun, Singapore

For further information see the Springer Mathematics website and follow the
link to "All journals in Mathematics"
or contact the Editor-in-Chief at


Professor Nigel Cutland
Mathematics Department
University of York
YO10 5DD


Newsletter 109
March 20, 2007

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  CSL 2007 - Call for Papers
  HOR 2007 - Call for Abstracts
  Logic, Rationality and Interaction - Call for Papers
  LFMTP 2007 - Call for Papers
  ACSAC 2007 - Call for Papers
  FACS 2007 - Call for Papers
  LOPSTR 2007 - Call for Papers
  LCC 2007 - Call for Papers
  Linear logic, ludics, implicit complexity, operator algebras
  Jean-Yves Girard, Conference in honour of his 60th birthday

   Call for Papers
   11-15 September, 2007
   Lausanne (CH)
* CSL is the annual conference of the European
  Association for Computer Science Logic (EACSL).
  The conference is intended for computer scientists whose research
  activities involve logic, as well as for logicians working on issues
  significant for computer science.
* CSL'07, the 16th annual EACSL conference will be organized in
  Lausanne by the Western Swiss Center for Logic, History and
  Philosophy of Sciences, and the University of Lausanne.
* The Ackermann Award for 2007 is sponsored by Logitech and will be
  presented to the recipients at CSL'07.
* A joint session with GAMES 07, the annual meeting of the European
  Network will take place on 11 September, 2007.
* Topics of interest include:
  - automated deduction and interactive theorem proving,
  - constructive mathematics and type theory,
  - equational logic and term rewriting,
  - automata and games,
  - modal and temporal logics,
  - model checking,
  - logical aspects of computational complexity,
  - finite model theory,
  - computational proof theory,
  - logic programming and constraints,
  - lambda calculus and combinatory logic,
  - categorical logic and topological semantics,
  - domain theory,
  - database theory,
  - specification, extraction and transformation of programs,
  - logical foundations of programming paradigms,
  - verification and program analysis,
  - linear logic,
  - higher-order logic,
  - nonmonotonic reasoning,
  - logics and type systems for biology.
* Proceedings will be published in the LNCS series.
  Each paper accepted by the Programme Committee must be presented at
  the conference by one of the authors, and final copy be prepared
  according to Springer's guidelines.
* Submitted papers must be in Springer's LNCS style and of no more than
  15 pages, presenting work not previously published.
  They must not be submitted concurrently to another conference with
  refereed proceedings.
  Any closely related work submitted to a conference or journal before
  April 2, 2007 must be reported to the PC chairs.
  Papers authored or coauthored by members of the Programme Committee
  are not allowed.
* The submission deadline is in two stages. Titles and abstracts must
  be submitted by 02 April, 2007 and full papers by 09 April, 2007.
  Notifications of acceptance will be sent by 21 May, 2007, and final
  versions are due 18 June, 2007.
* Important Dates:
  - title & abstract:    02 April, 2007
  - full paper:        09 April, 2007
  - Notification:        21 May, 2007
  - Final papers:    18 June, 2007
* Invited Speakers:
  -Samson Abramsky (Oxford)
  -Luca de Alfaro (Santa Cruz)
  -Arnold Beckmann (Swansea)
  -Anuj Dawar (Cambridge)
  -Orna Kupferman (Jerusalem)
  -Donald A. Martin (pending)    (Los Angeles)
  -Helmut Seidl (Munich)
* Programme Committee:
  -Serge Artemov (New-York)
  -Franz Baader (Dresden)
  -Lev Beklemishev (Moscow)
  -Andrei Bulatov (Burnaby)
  -Michel De Rougemont    (Paris)
  -Jacques Duparc (co-Chair)(Lausanne)
  -Erich Graedel (Aachen)
  -Thomas Henzinger (co-Chair)    (Lausanne)
  -Michael Kaminski (Haifa)
  -Stephan Kreutzer (Berlin)
  -Benedikt Loewe (Amsterdam)
  -Rupak Majumdar (Los Angeles)
  -Paul-Andre Mllies (Paris)
  -Joel Ouaknine (Oxford)
  -Jean-Eric Pin (Paris)
  -Nicole Schweikardt (Berlin)
  -Luc Segoufin    (Orsay)
  -Thomas Strahm (Bern)
  -Ashish Tiwari (Menlo Park, CA)
  -Helmut Veith (Munich)
  -Igor Walukiewicz (Bordeaux)

  (affiliated with RDP 2007)
  Call for Abstracts
  Paris, June 25, 2007
* Theme. HOR 2007 is a forum to present work concerning all aspects
  of higher-order rewriting. Topics of interest include (but are not
  limited to):
  Applications: proof checking, theorem proving, generic programming,
    declarative programming, program transformation.
  Foundations: pattern matching, unification, strategies, narrowing,
    termination, syntactic properties, type theory.
  Frameworks: term rewriting, conditional rewriting, graph rewriting,
    net rewriting, comparisons of different frameworks.
  Implementation: explicit substitution, rewriting tools, compilation
  Semantics: semantics of higher-order rewriting, higher-order
    abstract syntax.
* All submissions must be done electronically via
* Submission Deadline : April 13, 2007
* Program committee. Herman Geuvers (Radboud University Nijmegen,
  Netherlands), Makoto Hamana (Gunma University, Japan), Ralph
  Matthes (C.N.R.S., University of Toulouse III, France)(chair),
  Albert Rubio (Technical University of Catalonia, Spain),
  Mark-Oliver Stehr (SRI International, U.S.A.).
* Invited speakers: Carsten Schürmann  (IT University of Copenhagen, Denmark)
  plus another person, to be confirmed.

  Call for Papers
  5-9 August, 2007.
  Beijing, China.
* About the Workshop
  In the past decade it has become increasingly clear that studying
  information, first and foremost, means studying information exchange. This
  acknowledgement of the inherently social character of information shows up
  at many places in modern logical theories. More generally, information
  exchange is a form of interaction where agents act together in strategic
  ways. This new perspective has led to contacts between logic and game
  theory, bringing a new set of disciplines into the scope of logic: viz.,
  economics, and the social sciences. New interfaces are arising, such as
  epistemic studies of rational behavior in games. Another interesting
  development in this area is the rise of the notion of 'social software',
  the idea of using computational techniques for analyzing patterns of
  social behavior. And finally, interaction is also crucial to intelligent
  behavior in the field of natural language. Here pragmatics, the study of
  the actual use of language between different agents, has become the
  primary focus of research. Notions from game theory, in particular
  evolutionary games, are being used to-day to answer all kinds of pragmatic
  issues, for instance, how linguistic conventions can arise.
  This workshop aims to bring together researchers working on these and
  related topics in logic, philosophy, computer science, and related areas
  in order to arrive at an integrated perspective on knowledge acquisition,
  information exchange, and rational action.
*Important Dates*
  - Paper submission deadline: 15 April 2007
  - Notification of authors: 15 May 2007
  - Camera-ready copies due: 15 June 2007
  - Workshop dates: 5-9 August 2007
* People involved
  Chair: Johan van Benthem
  Co-Chairs: Shier Ju and Frank Veltman
  General Organizers : Minghui Xiong and Fenrong Liu
  Invited Speakers: Alexandru Baltag (Oxford University, UK)
  Vincent F. Hendricks (Roskilde University, Denmark);
  Wiebe van der Hoek (Liverpool University, UK);
  Gerhard Jager (University of Bielefeld, Germany);
  Yossi Feinberg (Stanford University, USA);
  Jialong Zhang (Chinese Academy of Social Sciences, China)
* Committee of Recommendation:
  Patrick Blackburn (FoLLI);
  Giacomo Bonanno (LOFT);
  Joseph Halpern (TARK);
  Johann Makowsky ( EACSL);
  Jacek Malinowski (Studia Logica);
  Gabriel Sandu (ESF Eurocores Intelligent Interaction)

  (affiliated with IFM 2007)
  Call for Papers
  Oxford, UK, July 2nd, 2007
* Theme. All topics around C/C++ Verification, Semantics, Case
* Submissions shoud be sent to
* Submission Deadline : April 29th, 2007
* Program committee. Hendrik Tews (Radboud Universiteit Nijmegen,
  The Netherlands), Reiner Haehnle (Chalmers University of
  Technology, Sweden), Wolfgang J. Paul (Universitaet des
  Saarlandes, Germany), Ralf Huuck (NICTA, Australia), Norbert
  Schirmer (Technische Universitaet Muenchen, Germany)

  Call for Papers
  Affiliated with CADE-21,
  Bremen, Germany,
  July 16, 2007
*Theme: Logical frameworks and meta-languages form a common
 substrate for representing, implementing, and reasoning about
 a wide variety of deductive systems of interest in logic and
 computer science. Their design and implementation on the one
 hand and their applications in for example proof-carrying code,
 the reasoning about programming languages, or digital libraries
 has been the focus of considerable research over the last two decades.
 LFMTP'07 will bring together designers, implementors, and
 practitioners to discuss all aspects of logical frameworks, and
 is the major form for presentation of research in this area.
* Program Committee:Andreas Abel(LMU Munich), Peter Dybjer(Chalmers
 University),Marino Miculan(University Udine), Dale Miller(INRIA
 Futurs), Brigitte Pientka(McGill University), Benjamin
 Pierce(University of Pennsylvania), Carsten Schuermann(IT University
 of Copenhagen, PC Chair), Christian Urban (TU Munich)
* Submission deadline:
   Title and abstract: 7 May 2007,
   Paper:             13 May 2007

  Call for Papers
  Miami Beach, Florida, December 10-14, 2007
*  Important Dates:
    Paper Submission due:        June 3, 2007
    Acceptance notification:    August 13, 2007
    Final papers due:        September 13, 2007
* ACSAC is an internationally recognized forum where practitioners,
  researchers, and developers in information system security meet to
  learn and to exchange practical ideas and experiences.  Papers
  offering novel contributions in any aspect of computer and application
  security are solicited. Papers may present technique, applications,
  or practical experience, or theory that has a clear practical impact.
  Papers are encouraged on technologies and methods that have been
  demonstrated to be useful for improving information systems security
  and that address lessons from actual application.
* Paper submissions:  Submitted papers must not substantially overlap
  papers that have been published or that are simultaneously submitted
  to a journal or a conference with proceedings.  Papers should be at
  most 15 pages including the bibliography and well-marked appendices
  (using 11-point font and reasonable margins on letter-size paper).
  Committee members are not required to read the appendices, and so the
  paper should be intelligible without them.  All submissions should be
  appropriately anonymized (i.e., papers should not contain author names
  or affiliations, or obvious citations).  Submissions are to be made to
  the submission web site at Only pdf or postscript
  files will be accepted. Submissions not meeting these guidelines risk
  rejection without consideration of their merits. Papers must be received
  by the deadline of June 3, 2007. Authors of accepted papers must guarantee
  that their papers will be presented at the conference.
* Other submissions: Detailed submission information for panels, tutorials,
  workshops, case studies, work in progress, and exhibitor information can
  be found at

  Nashville, June 17 -- 20, 2007 (following the International Conference
  on Order, Algebra, and Logics)
  Workshop Website:
  The Constraint Satisfaction Problem (CSP) provides a framework
  for expressing a large number of combinatorial search problems that
  arise in wide areas of computer science and discrete mathematics.
  The primary goal of this workshop is to bring together researchers from
  the universal algebra/lattice theory and CSP communities to further the
  algebraic approach to several conjectures and problems related to
  constraint satisfaction. Tutorials will be offered to provide participants
  with the requisite background material and then a series of invited
  lectures on recent work on the CSP and algebra will be given. Secondary
  goals are to foster and strengthen links between computer science and
  mathematics and to provide graduate students and junior researchers with
  a rich and interesting set of new problems to work on.
* Invited Speakers:
  Albert Atserias (Technical University of Catalonia),
  Manuel Bodirsky (Humboldt University), Andrei Bulatov (SFU), Hubie Chen
  (University Pompeu Fabra), Victor Dalmau (University Pompeu Fabra),
  Andrei Krokhin (University of Durham), Gabor Kun (University of Memphis),
  Benoit Larose (Champlain Regional College), Miklos Maroti (University of
  Szeged), Petar Markovic (University of Novi Sad), Ralph McKenzie
  Pascal Tesson (Laval University), Moshe Vardi (Rice University),
  Ross Willard (University of Waterloo), Lazslo Zadori (University of Szeged)
* Organizing committee: Andrei Bulatov (SFU),Victor Dalmau (UPF),
  Ralph McKenzie (Vanderbilt) (Chair), Matt Valeriote (McMaster)

  Call for Papers
  Sophia-Antipolis, France,  19-21 september 2007
  Workshop site:
* Theme: Component-based software emerged as a promising paradigm to
  deal with the ever increasing need for mastering systems' complexity,
  for enabling evolution and reuse, and for driving software engineering
  into sound production and engineering standards. Soon, however, it
  became a popular technology long before well understood and widely
  adopted formal foundations have emerged. Issues like mathematical models
  for components, their interaction and composition, or rigorous
  approaches to verification, deployment, testing and certification remain
  open research questions and challenging opportunities for formal
  methods. Moreover, new challenges are raised by applications of this
  paradigm to safety-critical, mobile, or reconfigurable systems.
  The objective of FACS'07 is to bring together researchers in the areas
  of component software and formal methods to promote a deep understanding
  of this paradigm and its applications. Full list of topics on the web site.
* Important Dates:
  Abstract submission & paper registration deadline: June 4, 2007
  Paper upload deadline: June 11, 2007
  Workshop: September 19-21, 2007
* All submissions must be done electronically through the web site.
  Post-proceedings will be published by ENTCS.
* Chairs: Markus Lumpe (Iowa State University, USA) and Eric Madelaine
  (INRIA, Centre Sophia Antipolis, France)
* Program Committee :  Farhad Arbab (CWI, The Netherlands), Luis Barbosa
  (Universidade do Minho, Portugal), Frank S. de Boer, (CWI, The
  Netherlands), Christiano Braga (Universidad Complutense de Madrid,
  Spain), Carlos Canal (Universidad de Malaga, Spain), Paolo Ciancarini
  (Universita di Bologna, Italy), Jose Fiadeiro (University of Leicester,
  United Kingdom), Rolf Hennicker (Ludwig-Maximilians-Universitaet
  Muenchen, Germany), Atsushi Igarashi (Kyoto University, Japan), Einar
  Broch Johnsen (Universitetet i Oslo, Norway), Bengt Jonsson (Uppsala
  University, Sweden), Mathai Joseph (Tata Consultancy Services Limited,
  India), Vladimir Mencl (Charles University, Czech Republic, and
  University of Canterbury, New Zealand), Corina Pasareanu (NASA Ames,
  USA), Frantisek Plasil (Charles University, Czech Republic), Ralf
  Reussner (University of Oldenburg, Germany), Bernhard Schaetz (Technical
  University of Munich, Germany), Joseph Sifakis (VERIMAG, France),
  Carolyn Talcott (SRI International, USA), Dang Van Hung (IIST UNU, MACAU)

   Call for papers
   22-24 August 2007,
   Kongens Lyngby, Denmark
   (co-located with SAS 2007)
* Objectives
  The  aim  of the  LOPSTR  series  is  to  stimulate  and  promote
  international research and collaboration on logic-based program
  development.  LOPSTR  is  open to contributions in logic-based program
  development in  any  language paradigm. LOPSTR has a reputation for being
  a lively, friendly forum  for  presenting  and discussing  work in
  progress. Formal proceedings are  produced  only  after  the symposium, so
  authors can incorporate this feedback in the published papers.
* Topics
  Topics  of  interest cover all aspects of logic-based program development,
  all stages  of the software life cycle, and issues of both
  programming-in-the-small and programming-in-the-large. Papers
  describing applications in these areas  are especially welcome.
  Contributions  are  welcome  on  all aspects of logic-based program
  development, including, but not limited to:
     specification                           synthesis
     verification                            transformation
     analysis                                optimisation
     composition                             security
     reuse                                   applications and tools
     component-based software development    software architectures
     agent-based software development        program refinement
* Survey  papers,  that  present  some aspect of  the  above  topics  from
  a  new perspective,  and  application papers, that describe experience
  with  industrial applications, are also welcome. * Submission information and Special Issue:
  Submissions  can either be (short)  extended abstracts or (full)   papers
  whose length  should  not exceed 9 and 15 pages  respectively.
  Submissions  must be formatted  in LNCS style (excluding  bibliography and
  well-marked appendices not intended for publication). Referees are not
  required to read the appendices, and thus papers should be intelligible
  without them.
  After the symposium,  the  programme  committee  will  select those papers
  to be considered for formal publication. These authors will be invited to
  revise their submissions in the light of the  feedback solicited at  the
  meeting.  Then after another round of reviewing,  these revised papers
  will be published by Springer-Verlag in the Lecture Notes in
  Computer Science series. * The very best papers will additionally be invited to submit for a  special
  issue or special track of the journal Higher-Order and Symbolic Computation,
  provided there are sufficient high-quality submissions.
* Papers should be submitted either in PostScript or PDF format and they
  should be interpretable by Ghostscript or Acrobat Reader.
* Invited Speaker:
  Michael Codish       (Ben-Gurion University of the Negev, Israel)
* Program Committee:
  Elvira Albert        (Universidad Complutense Madrid, Spain)
  John Gallagher       (University of Roskilde, Denmark)
  Michael Hanus        (Christian-Albrechts-Universität zu Kiel, Germany)
  Jacob Howe           (City University, UK)
  Andy King            (University of Kent, UK)
  Michael Leuschel     (Heinrich-Heine-Universität Düsseldorf, Germany)
  Mario Ornaghi        (Università degli Studi di Milano, Italy)
  %G�%@~Itienne Payet        (Université de La Réunion, France)
  Alberto Pettorossi   (Università di Roma Tor Vergata, Italy)
  Carla Piazza         (Università degli Studi di Udine, Italy)
  C. R. Ramakrishnan   (SUNY Stony Brook, USA)
  Abhik Roychoudhury   (National University of Singapore, Singapore)
  Peter Schneider-Kamp (RWTH Aachen, Germany)
  Alexander Serebrenik (Technische Universiteit Eindhoven, Netherlands)
  Josep Silva          (Technical University of Valencia, Spain)
  Wim Vanhoof          (University of Namur, Belgium)
* Important dates:
  Submission of paper/extended abstract        June 8, 2007
  Notification                                 July 13, 2007
  Revised version (for pre-proceedings)        August 10, 2007
  Symposium                                    August 22-24, 2007
  Camera-ready version (for post-proceedings)  December 14, 2007

   (affiliated with LICS 2007)
   Call for Papers
   Wroclaw, Poland - 15th July 2007
* Theme: The workshop aims at furthering an understanding of the
   relations between computational complexity and logic. Topics of
   interest include: complexity analysis for functional languages,
   complexity in database theory, complexity in formal methods,
   computational complexity in higher types, formal methods for
   complexity analysis of programs, foundations of implicit
   computational complexity, logical & machine-independent
   characterizations of complexity classes, logics closely related to
   complexity classes, proof complexity, semantic approaches to
   complexity, software that applies LCC ideas, and type systems for
* Submissions: For details, see the workshop website
* Submission Deadline: April 16, 2007
* Program committee:  Albert Atserias (Poly. Univ. of Catalonia),
   Ulrich Berger (Univ. of Wales, Swansea), Andrei Bulatov (Simon
   Fraser Univ.), Stephan Kreutzer (Humboldt Univ. of Berlin), Andrzej
   Murawski (Univ. of Oxford), Martin Otto, co-chair (Darmstadt
   Univ. of Technology), Kazushige Terui (National Institute of
   Informatics, Tokyo), Pawel Urzyczyn, co-chair (Univ. of Warsaw)

  Dedicated to Jean-Yves  Girard on his 60th birthday.
  Siena, (Italy),
  May 17-20, 2007
* Theme:
  The aim is to gather people working in the
  many research streams originating from Girard's main achievements of
  the recent years. For each of the four main themes---Linear Logic
  (specifically, Proof Nets and Geometry of Interaction), Ludics,
  Implicit Complexity and Operator Algebras---there will be in-depth
  lectures (3 to 4 hours), with emphasis on the state of the art and
  prospects for future development. There will also be some time for 30-
  minute contributed papers and for discussion of general perspectives
  and philosophical foundations.
* Program Commettee:
  V.M. Abrusci (Roma), C. Faggian ( Paris), S. Martini (Bologna), S.
  Ronchi Della Rocca (Torino), A. Ursini (Siena).
* Invited Speakers:
  Patrick Baillot, Pierre-Louis Curien, Alberto Dal Lago, Claudia
  Faggian, Jean-Yves Girard, Paul Andre  Mellies,
  Michele Pagani, Laurent Regnier, Kazushige  Terui

  Institut Henri Poincar=E9,
  Paris (France),
  September 10 and 11, 2007
  Through our choice of invited speakers, we hope to illustrate the
  wide range of scientific interests of Jean-Yves Girard over thirty-
  five years, from the complexity of proofs to quantum mechanics, from
  system F to the geometry of computation, from denotational semantics
  to Von Neumann algebras.
* Organizing committee: Michele Abrusci (Roma III) Pierre-Louis Curien
  (CNRS - Paris 7, chair), Martin Hyland (Cambridge), Giuseppe Longo
  (ENS, Paris), Mitsu Okada (Keio U., Tokyo), Phil Scott (Univ. of
  Ottawa), Jacqueline Vauzeilles (Paris 13, co-chair)
*Invited Speakers: Patrick Dehornoy, Gerard Huet,
  Herman Jervell, Yves Lafont, Olivier Laurent
  Thierry Paul, Peter Selinger, Glynn Winskel

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