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European Common Lisp Meeting 2006
Wed, 18 Jan 2006 15:01:32

Yessiryyy!! Once again a Dutchman and a German are going to host a European Lisp Meeting, as if there was never a 1974 football world cup final. One might even claim they just don't care! I already spent the money i will earn this year so i for one sure won't go. Therefore i beg the powers that be (that would be you Lemmens and Weitz) to let there be a(n?) ECLM 2007. Oh, you lucky few...

Here's their announcement:

Edi Weitz and Arthur Lemmens are proud to announce the European Common Lisp Meeting 2006. The meeting will consist of a Sunday full of talks, with optional dinners on Saturday and Sunday evening. More details (price, exact location, registration) will be announced soon, but please reserve the weekend of April 29/30 in your agenda now!

The following talks will be given on Sunday, April 30:

  • Jans Aasman Franz, Inc (Oakland, California, USA) AllegroGraph: a large scale graph database applied to the Semantic Web and telecom fraud detection

  • James Anderson Ravenpack International (Marbella, Spain) Lisp tools for time series computations

  • Marco Antoniotti Department of Informatics, Systems and Communications, Universit√† Milano-Bicocca (Milan, Italy) NYU Courant Bioinformatics Group (New York, USA) GOALIE

  • Martin Cracauer ITA Software (Cambridge, Massachusetts, USA) Common Lisp in a high-performance search environment

  • Klaus Harbo Mu Aps (Farum, Denmark) cl-muproc: Erlang-inspired multiprocessing in Common Lisp

  • Arthur Lemmens Independent consultant (Amsterdam, The Netherlands) Rucksack: a flexible, lightweight, open source persistence library

  • David McClain Avisere Sensor Group, Inc. (Tucson, Arizona, USA) SigLab: a Lisp-based signal and image processing and modeling facility

  • Jim Newton, Thomas F. Burdick, Peter Herth, Bj√∂rn Lindberg Cadence Design Systems GmbH (Munich, Germany) The PCMan meta version control system: Common Lisp from top to bottom

Looking forward to meeting you in Hamburg,

Edi Weitz & Arthur Lemmens


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