FMCS 2015
23rd Workshop on Foundational Methods in Computer Science
Colgate University
Hamilton, NY, USA
June 4 - 7, 2015

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Final Announcement

The Department of Computer Science at Colgate University is hosting Foundational Methods in Computer Science 2015 on the Colgate University campus in Hamilton N.Y.

Dates: Arrival on Thursday June 4, 2015 (Reception in the evening).
            Scientific Program Friday June 5 - Sunday June 7 (ends mid-day).

Program: The workshop is an annual meeting meant to bring together researchers in mathematics and computer science with a focus on the application of category theory in computer science. The scientific program starts on June 5, and consists of tutorials, invited talks, and contributed talks. The meeting ends midday on June 7th. Information on submission of abstracts for contributed talks will appear shortly.

Student support: Graduate student participation is particularly encouraged at FMCS. Students will pay a reduced registration fee. Limited financial support may also be available to students. Those interested should email pmulry at colgate dot edu as soon as possible and no later than May 1. Please also arrange for a letter of reference from your supervisor, or appropriate other person, to the same email address.

Registration, Housing & Travel
Details on registration, housing and travel information will appear shortly on the workshop web page. Anyone interested in attending or contributing a talk can also email the local organizer at pmulry at colgate dot edu. There will be a reasonable on-site registration fee to cover meeting costs.

Past Meetings:
Past FMCS meeting locations have included: Halifax, Hamilton, Kananaskis, Ottawa, Sackville and Vancouver

Organizing committee:
  Robin Cockett (Calgary)
  Geoff Cruttwell (Mount Allison)
  Pieter Hofstra (Ottawa)
  John MacDonald (UBC)
  Phil Mulry (Colgate)
  Dorette Pronk (Dalhousie)
  Bob Rosebrugh (Mount Allison)
  Robert Seely (McGill)

Local Arrangements:
Local Organizer: Phil Mulry
Workshop AA: Charlotte Jablonski (cjablonski at colgate dot edu)