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AISB event Bulletin Item


                         Call for Posters Submissions

              24th International Conference on Logic Programming
                     Udine, Italy, December 9th-13th, 2008

                          DEADLINE: August 15th, 2008

Within  the  scope  of  the  general  call  for  papers  for  the upcoming 24th
International  Conference  on  Logic  Programming,  we  would like to draw your
attention  on  the  opportunity  to  submit an extended abstract to the Posters
Track of the conference.

Posters  are  ideal for presenting work-in-progress, speculative, late-breaking
results  or  for introducing the audience to new research directions, projects,
and  initiatives. Posters are intended to provide authors and participants with
the  ability  to connect with each other and to engage in discussions about the

Posters will be allocated a separate session during the conference, composed of
a standing poster demonstration and a lightning talk presentation.

Poster  submissions are in the form of extended abstracts. They are expected to
be  succinct  and  clear, presenting the key ideas, possibly in an informal and
widely understandable manner.

All submissions must be written in English. 
Application papers must not exceed 5 pages in the Springer LNCS format


The  primary  means  of  submission  will  be electronic, through the Easychair
submission system. The submission page is available at


All  submissions  will  be  peer-reviewed  by  an international panel. Accepted
extended   abstracts  will  be  allocated  time  for  presentation  during  the
conference.  At  least  one  author  of each accepted submission is expected to
register  and participate in the event. Each accepted extended abstract will be
allocated 5 pages in the conference proceedings.

The  proceedings  of the conference will be published by Springer-Verlag in the
LNCS series.

Abstract submission deadline    August 15th (strict)
Notification of authors         September 1st
Camera-ready copy due           September 15th
Early-bird Registration         TBA
Conference                      December 9-13, 2008

For further information: