[Oberon] JMLC2006 Oxford, England Registration

Pieter Muller muller at inf.ethz.ch
Tue Jul 4 06:20:29 CEST 2006

Hi All

Please take notice of the JMLC2006 conference to be held in England from
13-15 Sep 2006.


-- Pieter

P.S. This message from David Lightfoot got caught in the filter for the
list, since it contained HTML text and an attachment.

> Dear colleague
> The Call for Participation and Conference Registration is now available
> at the conference web site:
>   http://cms.brookes.ac.uk/computing/JMLC2006/
> and is attached here as a pdf.
> The mission of the Joint Modular Languages Conference is to explore the
> concepts of well-structured programming languages and software, and
> those of teaching good design and programming style. Themes include the
> construction of large and distributed software systems, and software
> engineering aspects in new and dynamic application areas. A vendors'
> session and industrial demonstrations are also included. The conference
> proceedings are published as a Springer Lecture Notes in Computer
> Science (LNCS) volume.
> This year, JMLC is being held at Jesus College, Oxford . Founded in 1571
> by Queen Elizabeth I of England, this unique venue provides an
> unmissable opportunity for delegates to meet in the delightful
> surroundings of one of the world's oldest and most well-known university
> towns. College accommodation is optionally provided as part of the
> conference package, representing superb value for a central Oxford
> location: a perfect base to explore this ancient, beautiful,
> and friendly English city with its legendary dreaming spires, lively
> pubs, and a wide range of shops both old and new.
> Oxford is only about 100km from London and is connected by frequent rail
> and coach services.
>  I hope you will be able to attend. Please note that the deadline for
> early (discounted) registrations is 31st July 2006.
> Please disseminate this information as widely as possible.
> Many thanks
> Looking forward to seeing you in Oxford.
> David

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