Here are some news about the upcoming 1st European Lisp Symposium, that
will take place in Bordeaux/France on May 22-23, 2008. See
http://prog.vub.ac.be/~pcostanza/els08/ for up-to-date information about
First of all, registration is now open to everybody, and you can
register for the symposium and the accompanying social event at the
There is no programme yet, because the paper submissions are currently
still under review. (The programme will be announced in early April.)
However, Marco Antoniotti has kindly accepted an invitation to give the
keynote for the symposium. More details on his keynote talk will follow
On a related note, the call for work-in-progress papers is still open.
We have actually just extended the deadline to April 4, 2008 for
submissions for this track. This is a great opportunity to get early
feedback for your current projects from other researchers, practitioners
Finally, we have added two pages to the website about Bordeaux in
general and an optional social event that you can additionally book when
you register for the symposium: A whole-day visit of the atlantic coast
on the Saturday immediately after the symposium, which includes a boat
trip, a seafood and white wine tasting session, a lunch, and a trip to
the Great Dune of Pyla, the highest sand dune in Europe. Don't forget
your swimsuit, if climbing the 107 meters of the dune invites you to
dive into the ocean!
More news to follow as they arrive.
1st European Lisp Symposium (ELS'08)