European Common Lisp Meeting, Madrid, June 2, 2013
How often do you attend a small conference where attendees are
building nuclear defense systems, running intensive care wards,
designing aeroplane engines, analysing Lute tablature, developing
cancer drugs, writing FIFA's legal contracts, and designing their own
microchips? Surely this describes few tech events other than Arthur &
Edi's European Common Lisp Meeting :-).
Arthur Lemmens and Edi Weitz are proud to announce the European
Common Lisp Meeting 2013. The meeting will consist of a Sunday full
of talks on June 2, 2013, with optional dinners on
Saturday and Sunday evening.
The following talks (speakers listed in alphabetical order) will be given on Sunday:
- Michael Eisfeld, Eisfeld Ingenieure AG, Germany,
ConED - a Conceptual Engineering Editor - starting literally from scratch
- R. Matthew Emerson, Clozure Associates, USA,
The Design and Use of Clozure CL's Objective-C Bridge
- Sven Emtell, DoReMIR Music Research AB, Sweden,
ScoreCleaner - A shrink wrap music notation software
- Wes Henderson, Wukix, Inc., USA,
Creating iOS and Android apps in Lisp, with mocl
- Erik Huelsmann, The Netherlands,
Creating and deploying Common Lisp applications on the JVM
- Andreas Koestler, Accenture, Australia,
Digital Optimisation with a Lisp
- Luís Oliveira, SISCOG, Portugal,
SISCOG: a story written in Lisp
- Janusz Podrazik, Opusmodus Ltd., Italy,
Design and Function of Opusmodus - The Composers Instrument
- plus lightning talks
The meeting itself as well as the (optional) Sunday dinner will be in
Madrid on June 2 at the
As usual, we'll also have a dinner on Saturday
This year's ECLM will be co-located with
Lisp Symposium. (We'd like to thank
José García-Ripoll for the local organization. His work for the
meeting is made possible by his institute at CSIC and his employer,
the Spanish Ministry of Economy.)
We'd also like to thank the ALU
for sponsoring the ECLM 2013.
If you're interested in participating, we recommend that you subscribe
to the ECLM mailing list by sending an email
The price for the actual meeting is 70 Euros. This
includes your share of the rent we have to pay for the room, technical
equipment, service, and so on. It also includes two coffee breaks.
If you want to stay for dinner after the meeting, that'll be
another 70 Euros. The price for the Saturday dinner is -
you've guessed it by now - 70 Euros. Details about the
dinners to follow soon.
Like in the last years, we'll again have lightning talks.
A lightning talk is like a normal talk except that it has to
be very short - depending on the number of speakers it'll be limited
to either five or ten minutes. If you're interested in giving a
lightning talk, let us know.
63 registrations from 20 countries.The registration process is described below. Please
read all of this before you register. Thanks.
Go to the registration
website and enter your data, then press the "Register" button.
Make sure to use a valid email address - see next step.
Once you've done that, we will immediately send you an email with
a password. If you don't receive it, check if it didn't get caught by
some spam filter. If you're really sure you didn't receive an email,
Use the password from the previous step to log in at
the registration website.
This will finish your registration process.
You can now, optionally, change your data. The list on the
website will show you how much you have to pay depending on what
Use a bank transfer or PayPal to send the money. If you want to
pay via bank transfer, use this information:
Bank: ING, Amstelplein 1, 1096 HA Amsterdam
If you want to pay via
use the link next to your name
the registration website shows
you when you're logged in. Note that PayPal prices are
about 5% higher than the prices listed
above. This is approximately what PayPal charges for the
In either case, bank or PayPal, make sure that we can identify you
as the sender of the money. Provide your full name and the
email address you registered with.
Once the money has arrived, we will mark your entry
as confirmed in the list of registered users. Please expect
this to take three or four workdays (or maybe even longer, depending
on where you sent the money from). No need to get nervous earlier
than that... :)
While you're waiting for your confirmation, subscribe to the ECLM
mailing list by sending an email
Due to our experiences from previous
ECLMs, we don't offer the option to pay cash at the
meeting anymore. In other words, you can only come to the meeting if
your registration has been confirmed (see above) by us. It's
not enough to just be registered!
We reserve the right to delete reservations that weren't confirmed
within a reasonable amount of time.
The deadline for registrations is May 15, 2013.
BIC (SWIFT): INGBNL2A
IBAN: NL97 INGB 0005830593
Account holder: Stichting Common Lisp Foundation
We're looking forward to meeting you in Madrid,
Arthur Lemmens & Edi Weitz
For info about the other European Common Lisp Meetings click below:
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