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AISB event Bulletin Item

CALL FOR PARTICIPATION: Choco project on linear logic, 4-7 April 2011, FRANCE

Final meeting of the French ANR project Choco,ENS de Lyon, France

There will be invited talks, a course on differential linear logic and few sessions of contributed talks.

We are pleased to announce invited talks by
- Richard Blute (Ottawa, CA)
- Daniel Leivant (Indiana University, USA)
- Glynn Winskel (Cambridge, UK)

The course on Differential Linear Logic will be made of 5 sessions of 1h30 :
- Models (2 sessions) :
     T. Ehrhard (PPS, CNRS & Paris 7) and L. Vaux (IML, Marseille)
- Differential Nets & Lambda-Calculus (2 sessions) :
     M. Pagani (LIPN, Paris 13) and P. Tranquilli (LIP, ENS de Lyon)
- Uniformity and Taylor expansion (1 session)
     L. Regnier (IML, Marseille)

More details about contents of invited talks and schedule will be added to the Choco web page when available.


If you want to give a talk please contact me before the 18th of March.
Slots will be attributed on a first asked first served basis.

There is no registration fee, but an informal registration (by sending me an email) is required by the 25th of March.

Practical informations on how to come in ENS de Lyon and on accomodation in Lyon are available here :

Talk submission : March 18th
Participation   : March 25th
Meeting         : April 4th to 7th