This workshop is jointly organized as the ninth meeting of the ERCIM Working Group on Constraints, co-ordinated by Francois Fages, and the second annual workshop of the CoLogNET area on Constraint Logic Programming, co-ordinated by Francesca Rossi.
The workshop will cover all aspects of constraint and logic programming, including various foundational issues, implementation techniques, new applications as well as teaching issues. Particular emphasis is on assessing the current state of the art and identifying future directions.
We would like to invite authors to submit papers on all aspects of research on constraint and logic programming. Standard research papers, position papers and work-in-progress papers describing current projects are all welcome.
A printed volume of the workshop papers will be given to the participants, free of charge. Note that the papers are also available on this page, under the Program.
After the workshop, we will decide whether to publish a subset of papers in a Springer Lecture Notes on Artificial Intelligence (LNAI) volume, as was done for previous editions of this workshop. In this case, all the papers will have to go through a new peer-review and selection process. Further details about this possibility will be given during the workshop.
The workshop is open to all and is not restricted to ERCIM or CoLogNET members. There is
no registration fee. Participants are kindly asked to register for the workshop before the registration deadline - 7th June 2004 - by
using the ERCIM Workshop Registration
There is a limited amount of financial support for students registered in a PhD program.
The financial support is in the form of paid accomodation, in the Jeunotel. No reimbursments will be made, the payment is done directly to the hotel.
To apply for it, please indicate this when registering, and also send a standard "motivation letter" to Adrian Petcu, CC to our secretary, Mme Decrauzat.
The deadline for the applications is June 2nd, 2004.
The list of participants to the workshop is available online. We have 35 registered participants so far!
The workshop will be held in CO11, EPFL
If you click on the above link, you will get a detailed map of the EPFL campus, centered and zoomed in on CO11. You can play around with this map (it's quite well done :-) ) to get a quite acurate picture of the EPFL campus and its surroundings. You can also click here for some instructions about getting to EPFL/LIA from Geneva/Zuerich airports, or by car. Please note that the CO11 hall where the workshop is to be held is NOT in the LIA building!! follow the above map to get there!!