COMMERCIAL USERS OF LOGIC PROGRAMMING
Edinburgh, UK -- July 21
Co-located with ICLP 2010 and FLOC 2010
CALL FOR COMPANIES
Academic research in Logic Programming goes back at least as far as
1970s -- that is already more than 35 years. During most of that time,
been the premier venue for presenting academic research, and many more
workshops and symposia exist. At the same time, Logic Programming is
widely in industry. However, it has enjoyed at lot less visibility
until now it has lacked a designated forum that brings together
practitioners and researchers.
The goal of the Commercial Users of Logic Programming (CULP) workshop
is to put
the commercial and practical use (and users) of Logic Programming in
spotlight. It aims at providing professionals with an opportunity to
their experience, and to enable contacts with other commercial users
The first and quite successful CULP workshop was organized in Pasadena
the occasion of ICLP 2009. The CULP Google group hosts commercial user
discussions the whole year round, as well as the slides of the past
If you use Logic Programming in a commercial, industrial or
setting, we warmheartedly invite you to consider giving a talk at the
Alternatively, if you know someone who would give a talk, please
message to them.
CULP is organized as a workshop co-located with the 26th International
Conference on Logic Programming and the Federated Logic Conference (8
conferences on logic in computer science). The workshop takes place on
21, 2010, in Edinburgh, UK.
Presentations will have 25 minute slots, of which at least 5 are
discussion. They inform participants about the use of logic
programming in an
Insights and reflections on many aspects are sought. For example, but
- Programming in the different stages and styles of commercial
- Engineering, scalability and usability issues,
- Success stories and (non-)viability of Logic Programming in
- Aspects not directly related to application development, such as
Novel research results are not expected. Of course, novel fields of
and novel approaches will be very welcome.
If you are interested in presenting at CULP 2010, send an e-mail to
tom -dot- schrijvers -at- cs -dot -kuleuven -dot -be
with your name, affiliation and a short description (at most 500
of the proposed talk.
Full paper submissions are not required.
Submission before: April 10, 2010
Notification: April 15, 2010
CULP workshop: July 21, 2010