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7th South of England Regional Programming Language Seminar

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Welcome to the 7th South of England Regional Programming Language Seminar hosted at the University of Warwick.

S-REPLS is a regular and informal meeting for those based in the South of England with a professional interest - whether it be academic or commercial - in the semantics and implementation of programming languages.

The seminar is free of charge and lunch will be provided.

Date and Location

Date: Friday 22 September

Location: WBS 006, Warwick Business School, University of Warwick

Directions to the University can be found here.

Registration

Registrations for S-REPLS7 is open, please indicate on the form if you would like to contribute a talk.

Programme

The programme is now available.

Post-Seminar Activities

We have booked a table at Xananas where will go for a pay-your-own-way dinner after the seminar. Please indicate whether you would like to come along when you register.

Local Organisation

The local organisers are:

  • Andrzej Murawski A dot Murawski at warwick dot ac dot uk
  • Sara Kalvala Sara dot Kalvala at warwick dot ac dot uk
  • Michael Gale M dot Gale at warwick dot ac dot uk
  • David Purser D dot J dot Purser at warwick dot ac dot uk

Seminar Series

General information about S-REPLS can be found on the following page:

http://dominic-mulligan.co.uk/?page_id=148

Mailing List

All S-REPLS related communications are made via the mailing list: http://www.jiscmail.ac.uk/srepls. This mailing list has very low traffic. If you have professional interests in programming languages in the region, we encourage you to sign up.

Future Meetings

If you would like to organise future meetings at your university or company, please get in touch with the steering committee:

  • Dominic Mulligan dpm36 at cam dot ac dot uk
  • Jeremy Yallop jeremy dot yallop at cl dot cam dot ac dot uk
  • Ohad Kammar ohad dot kammar at cs dot ox dot ac dot uk

Previous Meetings

6th UCL, 5th Oxford, 4th Imperial, 3rd Kent, 2nd Middlesex, 1st Cambridge