WorkshopRegistration & Accommodation


Seven workshops will be organised in conjunction with the main conference. 
At ICLP'99, workshops will be treated much more as first-class conference events than at the previous ICLP conferences. The workshops have long been experienced as lively and productive forums for discussing promising new directions and ongoing work. They are crucial for the success of the main conference. Therefore, at ICLP'99, the workshops will be integrated in a theme-based fashion with the regular sessions, invited talks, tutorials and poster sessions. They will not be 'post-conference' workshops, but THE KEY ACTIVITY of the conference's afternoon events. 

The role of workshops is to provide a platform for the presentation of preliminary work or novel ideas in a less formal way than the conference itself. It is an opportunity to disseminate work in progress, particularly for new researchers. It also provides a venue for presenting more specialised topics and opportunities for more intensive discussions and exchange of ideas. The topics of the workshops can cover any area related to logic programming and any related cross-disciplinary areas. Workshops are particularly appropriate for specialized subcommunities of researchers for whom a larger workshop or conference is not yet justified. 

Workshop organizers are offered the possibility of free electronic publishing in CoRR (http://xxx.lanl.gov/archive/cs/intro.html).


Workshop Location: 
The workshops will be held in conjunction with the 16th International Conference on Logic Programming (ICLP99). ICLP99 will be held in Las Cruces, a small desert town in southern New Mexico; famous for its red and green chiles, hot Mexican food, and its old western traditions. The weather is warm and sunny all year round. Recreational opportunities abound, with ski resorts, hiking trails, casinos, etc. only short driving distances away. 

Workshop Coordinator: 

Enrico Pontelli 
Laboratory for Logic, DBs, and Advanced Programming 
Department of Computer Science, 
New Mexico State University 
Box 30001, Dept. CS 
Las Cruces, NM 88003 USA 
Email: epontell@cs.nmsu.edu 
Fax: +1 (505) 646-1002 
Voice: +1 (505) 646-6239 

This page was last updated on 07/14/99.