The South of England Regional Programming Language Seminar (S-REPLS) is a regular and informal meeting for those based in the South of England with a professional interest—whether it be academic or commercial—in the semantics and implementation of programming languages. S-REPLS is free to attend and ideal for PhDs and postdocs who want friendly feedback on their work.
The 9th S-REPLS will take place on Friday 25 May 2018 at the University of Sussex in Brighton.
Date, time and location: S-REPLS 9 takes place on Friday 25 May 2018 from 10:00 to 19:00 in the Fulton building, Room A (FUL-A) on the ground floor. See here for a map.
Keynote talk: R. Evans (Google/Deepmind): Inductive Logic Programming for "Seek Whence". Abstract
Programme: All talks in Room A (FUL-A), all caterin in the foyer in front of Room A. (See here for a quick overview.)
Registration: Free at https://srepls9.eventbrite.co.uk. Registration helps us to estimate numbers for catering.
Travel and parking: See here for details, or let Google Maps guide you.
Wifi: Eduroam is available (SSID: eduroam). Visitors without an Eduroam account may use the free O2 Wifi network. See here for instructions on how to use it.
Questions: Contact the organiser Martin Berger, email: M.F.Berger@sussex.ac.uk. We also have a Whatsapp group for questions about S-REPLS 9, subscribe here.
The S-REPLS 9 website is currently incomplete, and will be updated as soon as new information arrives.
If you have S-REPLS 9 related questions not addressed here, contact the organiser.
J. W. Eaton was the original author of man. The first man pages were written by D. Ritchie and K. Thompson at the insistence of their manager in 1971. A. Howard (Code in Context) created the man-style css-file. M. Berger made this page.