AISB event Bulletin Item
Description Logics workshop DL'07: registration open
*20th* International Workshop on Description Logics (DL'07) Brixen-Bressanone (near Bozen-Bolzano), Italy 8-10 June 2007 http://dl.kr.org/dl2007/ The 2007 edition of the DL workshop will take place from the 8th to the 10th of June 2007 in Brixen-Bressanone (near Bozen-Bolzano), Italy. This is 80 Km south of Innsbruck (where the ESWC-07 conference will take place immediately before); direct train connections run every hour between Innsbruck and Brixen-Bressanone. Arrived this year to its 20th edition, DL is the major annual event of the description logics research community. The workshop is thought as a gathering forum to meet, discuss and exchange experiences among all those, both in the academy and industry, who are interested in description logics and in all their broad range of applications. Participants in the workshop will enjoy the invited talks by: * Hector Levesque * Alex Borgida * Renee J. Miller You can find the list of accepted papers on the workshop web site. The registration to the workshop is now open: * Early registration fee (before 25th May 2007): 220 EUR * Late registration fee (after 25th May 2007): 250 EUR The registration fee includes: participation to the workshop sessions from Friday to Sunday, coffee breaks and lunches at the restaurant from Friday to Sunday, welcome reception on Friday evening, social banquet on Saturday evening. Participants can register and book the accommodation via the workshop web site. We offer a limited number of student travel awards to help young researchers attend the workshop. Check the workshop web site for details; please note the very close deadline. ---------------------------------------------------------------------- VENUE The workshop will take place in the charming town of Brixen- Bressanone, near Bozen-Bolzano in South Tyrol at the heart of the Dolomites - the pink mountains of the Alps. Like Bozen-Bolzano, Brixen-Bressanone has always been a crossroads of various cultures and it is distinguished by its mediaeval Gothic architecture. The mediaeval alleys and the wealth of historical references are an ideal starting point for excursions into the countryside and for practising a whole variety of sports and leisure activities. Leaving directly from the town centre delegates can set off on their bikes or on foot for excursions into the surrounding hills and mountains. Brixen-Bressanone is on the main arterial road between Austria/Germany and Italy and it is easily accessible from everywhere by train, car, bus or plane.