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             W o r k s h o p    A n n o u n c e m e n t

                             D O M A I N S     IX


        University of Sussex, Brighton, 22-24 September 2008


   The Workshop on Domains is aimed at computer scientists and
    mathematicians alike who share an interest in the mathematical
    foundations of computation. The workshop will focus on
    domains, their applications and related topics.  Previous meetings
    were held in Darmstadt (94,99,04), Braunschweig (96),
    Munich (97), Siegen (98), Birmingham (02) and Novosibirsk (07).


   The emphasis is on the exchange of ideas between participants
similar in style to Dagstuhl seminars. In particular, talks on subjects
   presented at other conferences and workshops are acceptable.

   Jean Goubault-Larrecq   LSV/ENS Cachan & CNRS
   Martin Hyland                        Cambridge University
   John Longley                 University of Edinburgh
   Andrew Pitts                         Cambridge University

  More invited speakers to be announced soon!


    Domain theory has had applications to programming language
    semantics and logics (lambda-calculus, PCF, LCF), recursion theory
    (Kleene-Kreisel countable functionals), general topology
    (injective spaces, function spaces, locally compact spaces, Stone
    duality), topological algebra (compact Hausdorff semilattices) and
    analysis (measure, integration, dynamical systems). Moreover,
    these applications are related - for example, Stone duality gives
    rise to a logic of observable properties of computational

    As such, domain theory is highly interdisciplinary. Topics of
    interaction with domain theory for this workshop include, but are
    not limited to:

      program semantics
      program logics
      probabilistic computation
      exact computation over the real numbers
      lambda calculus
      models of sequential computation
      constructive mathematics
      recursion theory
      real analysis and computability
      topology, metric spaces and domains
      locale theory
      category theory
      topos theory
      type theory


    One-page abstracts need to be submitted to

                  [EMAIL PROTECTED]

Shortly after an abstract is submitted (usually two or three weeks),
    the authors will be notified by the programme committee. The
    criterion for acceptance is relevance to the meeting. In
    particular, talks on subjects presented at other conferences and
    workshops are acceptable.


    Abstracts will be dealt with on a first-come/first-served basis.
    We expect potential speakers to express the intention to give
    a talk by the end of June.


    Further details about the local arrangements will be provided soon.


   The workshop will be held at the University of Sussex at Falmer,
   Brighton (UK). Newly built halls of residence will be available to
   workshop participants.   Further information on travel,
   accommodation and places of local interest will be announced
   closer to the workshop.


    Martin Escardo                      University of Birmingham
    Achim Jung                                  University of Birmingham  
    Klaus Keimel                                TU Darmstadt   (Co-Chair)
    Bernhard Reus                       University of Sussex   (Co-Chair)
    Thomas Streicher                    TU Darmstadt


    Bernhard Reus                       University of Sussex


We plan to publish proceedings of the workshop in a special volume of
    a journal. There will be a call for papers after the workshop.
The papers will be refereed according to normal publication standards.


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