Overview »Speakers will cover the wide range of subjects to which Samson made pioneering contributions, stretching from the semantics of programming languages, including domain theory and game semantics, via logic were he introduced important notions such as full completeness, to quantum computing and quantum foundations, where he is a father of categorical quantum mechanics.
Computation, Logic, Games, and Quantum Foundations - The Many Facets of Samson Abramskyis now available online. You can find information about it at http://www.springeronline.com/978-3-642-38163-8
or access the online version at http://www.springerlink.com/content/978-3-642-38163-8/
Schedule »The final schedule with slides is now online. Click here to view it.
Fee and Funding »Conference fee is £50 per person for speakers and participants. Cash (in sterling pounds) payable on 28th May 2013 at the arrival registration. Limited funding is available for students and young researchers. Please contact Destiny Chen for further details prior to your booking.
Speakers»Talks were provided by Samson's close colleagues and collaborators. Below is a list of speakers:
- Bob Coecke
- Ross Duncan
- Marcelo Fiore
- Jamie Murdoch Gabbay
- Simon Gay
- Dan Ghica
- Chris Hankin
- Chris Heunen
- Peter Hines
- Martin Hyland
- Radha Jagadeesan
- Achim Jung
- Aleks Kissinger
- Ray Lal
- Marina Lenisa
- Shane Mansfield
- Paul-Andre Mellies
- Michael Mislove
- Andrzej Murawski
- Luke Ong
- Dusko Pavlovic
- Prakash Panangaden
- Gordon Plotkin
- Philip Scott
- Nikos Tzevelekos
- Glynn Winskel
- Noson S. Yanofsky
- Mingsheng Ying
Participants »Please contact email@example.com by 4pm 30th April 2013 if you wish to participate.
Organisers »Organisers: Bob Coecke, Luke Ong, Prakash Panangaden
Local organisers: Destiny Chen, Aleks Kissinger
Travel Details »SA@60 2013 is hosted in the Oxford Department of Computer Science.
Postal Address »Oxford University Department of Computer Science
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- Directions to the Computer Science Department - finding the department when you get here
Accommodation »Oxford has a wide variety of places to stay, including college accommodation, hotels, hostels, and in particular many bed and breakfasts (B&Bs) and guest houses. We would in particular recommend the B&Bs since they tend to be much cheaper than hotels, are easier to book than college accommodation, and the British breakfast keeps you going for the whole day. Particularly well located are Cotswolds, Rewley House, Linton Lodge, Parklands and Galaxie Hotel.
You first want to pick Central and Jericho, then Summertown, Botley Road, Abingdon Road, Cowley Road Area (the multicultural downtown of Oxford), Iffley Road, and Wolvercote. These still allow you to walk to the Department in less than 30 minutes and have good bus connections too. This interactive page classifies B&B's by rating. Here is a more comprehensive listing of all B&Bs, a comprehensive listing of all hotels and a comprehensive listing of all hostels. Here is the most comprehensive listing where you can search by location and other preferences and allows a quick check of availability.