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We are happy to announce that the next PROGRAMme workshop will be held from October 1-2 at the Bertinoro University center in Bertinoro, Italy.

In order to register, please send a mail with your affiliation to: liesbeth.de-mol@univ-lille.fr before September 1, 2019. Registration is free but required in order to attend.

This workshop is the third in a series of four workshops. Each focuses on one of the project’s main clusters (Logic; Machines; Programming Languages and Notations; Systems, see here for more information about the clusters). The third workshop will focus on the cluster “Programming languages and Notations”. In the spirit of PROGRAMme, however, this cluster is understood not in isolation from the other three. Instead the purpose is to understand how it relates and affects to the other clusters to shape notions of (computer) programs and programming.

PROVISIONAL PROGRAMME

Tuesday October 1, 2019

9h30-10h30: Nicola Angius, Do Computer Programs Represent? Meaning and Reference in Programming Languages’.
10h30-11h: Break
11h-12h: Alberto Naibo, Logical constants from a computational point of view
12h-13h30: Lunch
13h30-14h30: Ursula Martin, Framing Ada: class, gender, technology and representations of Ada Lovelace from 1815 to the present
14h30-15h30: Henri Salha, UML and business process modeling
15h30-16h: Break
16h-17h: Martin Carlé, Literate Programming, containerisation and the future of Digital Humanities
17h00-18h00: Simone Martini, Lego Programming

Wednesday October 2, 2019

9h30-10h30: Dale Miller, Programming languages based on formal structures
10h30-11h: Break
11h-12h: David Nofre, Exploring the historical significance of abstraction in computer science
12h-13h30: Lunch
13h30-14h30: Marie-José Durand-Richard
14h30-15h30: Baptiste MéLès, Turing languages
15h30-16h: Break
16h-17h: Tomas Petricek, Interactive programming and complementary science
17h-18h: Jean Lassègue, “’programming’ as a new step in the history of writing: some semiotic and anthropological remarks”

 

 

 

 

BOOKING

To reserve a room at the guesthouse of the meeting venue, the University Residential Center of Bertinoro, please fill in the form by clicking on the button below.

All rooms are provided with private bathroom, TV and wi-fi connection.

Fees

– single room: €55 (bed & breakfast + self-service lunch at the Center’s cafeteria) per day;

– double room: €45 (bed & breakfast + self-service lunch at the Center’s cafeteria) per person/per day.

When booking a double room, please specify the name of the other guest.

If you need more information on the rooms, please contact jbazzoli@ceub.it

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