Please send contributions before the submission deadline to the .
Contributors with material intended for the Proceedings should see the guideline for publication format here.
|Deadline for abstract submissions||December 15, 2006|
|Notification of acceptance or rejection||February 5, 2007|
|Deadline for final paper submissions||March 2, 2007|
Authors of Technical Papers or Abstracts are encouraged to notify the Program Committee of their intent to submit abstracts anytime prior to the submissions deadline. Submittors of proposals for Tutorials or Workshops should similarly send in their intention to do so as soon as possible before the submissions deadline. See the Call for Papers here.
Throughout the technical program, exhibition space will be made available at no charge to both individuals and organizations who wish to display Lisp-related (broadly defined) software or hardware. Please contact the for further details or to make a space reservation.
Do you have an idea for a tutorial session? Please send in your proposal as soon as possible. These sessions are to be scheduled throughout the first day of the conference. Instructors will have approximately 2 hours time (more time may be made available upon negotiation).
The organising committee is seeking suggestions for a poster session and panel discussions.
See the Call For Papers here.
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