THE INTERNATIONAL LISP CONFERENCE, 2009
Sunday, March 22 through Wednesday, March 23
The Stata Center, MIT, Cambridge, MA.
Presented by the Association of Lisp Users
In cooperation with ACM SIGPLAN
Featuring four invited speakers:
- David Moon (co-founder of Symbolics, Inc.): Genuine, full-power, hygienic macro system for a language with syntax
- Gerald Jay Sussman (MIT): Evolvability and Robust Design
- Shriram Krishnamurthi (Brown):The Moby Scheme Compiler for Smartphones, or, Is That a Parenthesis in Your Pocket?
- Olin Shivers (Northeastern): The Anatomy of a Loop: A Story of Scope and Control
As well as:
* Eight tutorials (no extra charge)
* Fifteen technical papers
* Seven demonstrations
* Lightning talks (you can give you own; first-come, first-served)
* An all-star panel on the future of Lisp
* Debate: Are Macros a Menace?
* Birds of a feather sessions, and other informal discussions
* Banquet at the Hyatt-Regency, with special entertainment (no extra charge)
Meet the top Lisp experts and practitioners in the world. Learn how to
get the most out of Lisp. Find about about the latest developments
from research and industry. The conference is a rare opportunity for
face-to-face interaction, sharing knowledge and ideas with the experts
of the worldwide Lisp community. Students are especially
welcome. Everyone will have a great time!
Here's where to find all the information:
* ITA Software, Inc.
* Franz Inc.
* LispWorks Limited
* Clozure Associates LLC
* Mathematical Systems, Inc.
* Ravenbrook Limited
For further information, please write to ilc09-program-committee at
alu dot org.
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