|August 15||Extended deadline for TMR grant applications (expired).|
|August 27||Extended deadline for early registrations (expired).|
|September 2-5||The ICFP programming contest (expired).|
The events composing PLI will cover a spectrum of topics important to language development and use, including issues such as semantics, design, analysis, implementation, and application. Theoretical issues relevant to language design and programming, such as the use of type theory, logic, and logical methods in understanding and efficiently carrying out computations, will be represented. Implementation questions will provide an emphasis on compilation methods, distributed computation and static debugging techniques. There will also be a focus on industrial and educational applications. The programming languages and paradigms that are of interest have a special significance in the practice of software and at least one objective is to enhance the state-of-the-art in this realm.
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The entire museum will be exclusively reseversed for PLI attendants and their guests that evening. Doors will open at 6:45 p.m. for a private viewing (count about an hour). Cocktails will be served at 8 p.m. followed by an authentic French gourmet dinner. The event will take place on a second-floor balcony which has an open view on the gallery that houses the museum's collection. Thus, you will be dining among fossils and stuffed wild animals.
The museum is located inside the Jardin des Plantes in the 5th arondissement (the exact address is 57, rue Cuvier). The Jardin des Plantes is itself a nice and quiet place to visit. It is in a park that houses, among other things, a zoo and a botanical garden. If you have a free Wednesday afternoon, you may plan to spend a couple of hours in the Jardin des Plantes before going to the museum. Otherwise, you may still arrive a little earlier to take a short walk in the Park.
To extend your registration with additional events or to book an additional banquet, please send email to the conference secretariat (firstname.lastname@example.org). In particular, additional banquets must be ordered before Monday, Sep 20.
MAISON DE LA CHIMIE 28, rue Saint Dominique 75007 PARIS tél: 33 (1) 40 62 27 00 fax: 33 (1) 45 55 98 62You can reach Maison de la Chimie by
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 dircetly to ATI. You will be charged a 50 FRF fee per file.
September is usually very busy in Paris, so you should arrange for your accommodation as soon as possible.
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