[DL] Call for Participation ICLP 2013: 29th International Conference on Logic Programming, Istanbul, August 24-29

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Fri Jul 12 20:51:57 CEST 2013

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    29th International Conference on Logic Programming (ICLP 2013)
		 Istanbul, Turkey, August 24-29, 2013


The list of accepted regular papers and technical communcations is
available on the conference home page: http://www.iclp2013.org.


* Pascal Hitzler (http://www.pascal-hitzler.de)
  Recent advances concerning OWL and Rules.

* Torsten Schaub (http://www.cs.uni-potsdam.de/~torsten)
  Experiencing Answer Set Programming at Work, Today and Tomorrow.

* Hans von Ditmarsch (http://personal.us.es/hvd)
  Dynamic Epistemic Logic and Lying.

* C.R. Ramakrishnan (http://www.cs.sunysb.edu/~cram/)
  Probabilistic Tabled Logic Programming with Application to Model

* Invited author(s) of the most influencial paper of ICLP/ILPS 1993.

* Invited author(s) of the most influencial paper of ICLP 2003.


* 9th ICLP Doctoral Consortium, August 24.

* 13th International Colloquium on Implementation of Constraint and
  LOgic Programming System (CICLOPS): August 24-25.

* 23rd Workshop on Logic-based methods in Programming Environments
  (WPLE): August 24-25.

* WG17: August 24-25.

* 1st International Workshop on Knowledge Representation and Reasoning
  in Robotics (KRR): August 25.

* 6th International Workshop on Answer Set Programming and Other
  Computing Paradigms (ASPOCP): August 25.

* Prolog Programming Contest: August 27.

See http://www.iclp2013.org/en/Workshops.html for further details.


Information about registration and accomodation is available at the
conference web site: http://www.iclp2013.org.  Early registration is
until July 18, 2013.


The conference is sponsored by the Association for Logic Programming
(ALP), Sabanci University, and Artificial Intelligence: An
International Journal.


* General Chairs: Esra Erdem (Sabanci University), Joohyung Lee
  (Arizona State University).

* Program Comittee Chairs: Evelina Lamma (University of Ferrara),
  Terrance Swift (New University of Lisboa).

* Workshop Chair: Hans Tompits (Vienna University of Technology).

* Doctoral Consortium Chairs: Marco Gavanelli (University of Ferrara),
  Martin Gebser (University of Potsdam).

* Publicity Chair: Peter Schueller (Sabanci University).

* Prolog Programming Contest Chair: Bart Demoen (KU Leuven).


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