Eighteenth Annual IEEE Symposium on


June 26th, 2003, Ottawa, Canada

Workshop Organizers:
Leonid Libkin and Gerald Penn
Department of Computer Science
University of Toronto
10 King's College Rd.
Toronto M5S 3G4 
Email: {libkin,gpenn}@cs.toronto.edu
Phone: +1 416 978 7390 
Fax: +1 416 978 1455

Invited Speakers:
Frank Pfenning
Carnegie Mellon University

Mark Steedman
University of Edinburgh

With support gratefully received from:

  • Association for Symbolic Logic
  • Centre de recherches mathématiques
  • Fields Institute
  • The purpose of this workshop is for people in logic and computational linguistics to discuss the "state of the art" in our respective fields.  Our intent is to breathe a bit more vitality into the logical and mathematical approaches used in formal linguistics, and to introduce logicians and computer scientists to problems in the empirical domain of natural language that might serve as the impetus for important theoretical work.

    This will be an informal meeting, with no published proceedings. Abstracts of invited and contributed talks will be made available on this webpage.

    ASL student members can apply for ASL travel funds to attend this workshop.

    Speakers:  our room will be equipped with an overhead projector, a data projector, and a PC.  If you bring your talk on disk, we encourage you to bring foils as a backup.

    Location:  the workshop will be held in SITE Room F0126 at the University of Ottawa (number 4 on the campus map).

    Preliminary Programme

    Important dates:

    • Submission deadline: passed

    • LICS Conference: June 22nd - 25th
    • Workshop: June 26th

    • Pre LICS summer school: June 2nd - 20th

    Back to the LICS web page.

    Gerald Penn

    Last modified: June 12, 2003