SREPLS 9 was another successful SREPLS meeting, with around 40 attendees from universities and companies all over the South East. Many thanks to Martin Berger for organising the meeting, and the invited and volunteered speakers for contributing their talks.
SREPLS 8 was held on Friday 5th January at King’s College, London, and attracted around 50 participants. Thanks to Laurie Tratt and Lukas Diekmann for organising another great event, as well as all speakers and attendees for contributing to the event.
The paper “Verifying strong eventual consistency in distributed systems” and the accompanying Isabelle formalisation has been honoured with two separate awards at the OOPSLA/SPLASH conference: A distinguished paper award for the paper itself. A distinguished artefact award for the Isabelle formalisation accompanying the work (5 out of 34 artefacts granted a distinction). This was joint
S-REPLS 7, held at the University of Warwick, and organised by Michael Gale, Sara Kalvala, Andrzej Murawski, and David Purser, was another success. Around 50 people attended the event. See the S-REPLS website here for more details of the talks presented.
The seventh iteration of the South of England Regional Programming Languages Seminar, to be held at the University of Warwick, has been announced with an open call for participants and speakers ongoing. See here for more details. SREPLS 7 is being organised by Andrzej Murawski, Sara Kalvala, Michael Gale, and David Purser. Many thanks to