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2 History and Organization GULP is the Italian Association for Logic Programming (Gruppo Utenti e ricercatori di Logic Programming) GULP is the Italian Association for Logic Programming (Gruppo Utenti e ricercatori di Logic Programming) It is a non-profit organization founded in 1985 in Pisa GULP is affiliated to ALP The activities of GULP are coordinated by an elected Executive Board, composed by a President, a Vice- President, a Secretary and up to ten Members. The EB is in charge for three years

3 GULP Executive Board President: Gianfranco Rossi Vice: Alberto Pettorossi Secretary: Paolo Torroni Members: Stefania Costantini Giorgio Delzanno Agostino Dovier Andrea Formisano Marco Gavanelli Laura Giordano Nicola Leone Enrico Pontelli Francesca Rossi Giovanni Semeraro President: Gianfranco Rossi Vice: Alberto Pettorossi Secretary: Paolo Torroni Members: Stefania Costantini Giorgio Delzanno Agostino Dovier Andrea Formisano Marco Gavanelli Laura Giordano Nicola Leone Enrico Pontelli Francesca Rossi Giovanni Semeraro Past Presidents Current Executive Board Giorgio Levi Roberto Barbuti Maurizio Martelli Maurizio Gabbrielli Giorgio Levi Roberto Barbuti Maurizio Martelli Maurizio Gabbrielli

4 Major activities Italian Conference on Computational Logic (CILC) Best Italian PhD Dissertation Award in Computational Logic One-day Workshops (with tutorials) Doctoral Schools

5 Past Conferences I. GULP (1986), Genova (Italy) II. GULP (1987), Torino (Italy) III. GULP (1988), Rome (Italy) IV. GULP (1989), Bologna (Italy) V. GULP (1990), Padova (Italy) VI. GULP (1991), Pisa (Italy) VII. GULP (1992), Tremezzo (Italy) VIII. GULP (1993), Gizzeria (Italy) I. GULP (1986), Genova (Italy) II. GULP (1987), Torino (Italy) III. GULP (1988), Rome (Italy) IV. GULP (1989), Bologna (Italy) V. GULP (1990), Padova (Italy) VI. GULP (1991), Pisa (Italy) VII. GULP (1992), Tremezzo (Italy) VIII. GULP (1993), Gizzeria (Italy) IX. I GULP-PRODE (1994), Peñiscola (Spain) X. II GULP-PRODE (1995), Vietri (Italy) XI. III APPIA-GULP-PRODE (1996), San Sebastian (Spain) XII. IV APPIA-GULP-PRODE (1997), Grado (Italy) XIII. V APPIA-GULP-PRODE (1998), La Coruña (Spain) XIV. VI APPIA-GULP-PRODE (1999), L'Aquila (Italy) XV. VII APPIA-GULP-PRODE (2000), La Habana (Cuba) XVI. VIII APPIA-GULP-PRODE (2001), Évora (Portugal) XVII. IX APPIA-GULP-PRODE (2002), Madrid (Spain) XVIII. X APPIA-GULP-PRODE (2003), Rende (Italy) IX. I GULP-PRODE (1994), Peñiscola (Spain) X. II GULP-PRODE (1995), Vietri (Italy) XI. III APPIA-GULP-PRODE (1996), San Sebastian (Spain) XII. IV APPIA-GULP-PRODE (1997), Grado (Italy) XIII. V APPIA-GULP-PRODE (1998), La Coruña (Spain) XIV. VI APPIA-GULP-PRODE (1999), L'Aquila (Italy) XV. VII APPIA-GULP-PRODE (2000), La Habana (Cuba) XVI. VIII APPIA-GULP-PRODE (2001), Évora (Portugal) XVII. IX APPIA-GULP-PRODE (2002), Madrid (Spain) XVIII. X APPIA-GULP-PRODE (2003), Rende (Italy) AGP, Joint Conference on Declarative Programming

6 Past Conferences – cont'd XIX. I CILC (2004), Parma (Italy) XX. II CILC (2005), Rome (Italy) XXI. III CILC (2006), Bari (Italy) XXII. IV CILC (2007), Messina (Italy) XXIII. V CILC (2008), Perugia (Italy) XXIV. V CILC (2009), Ferrara (Italy) XIX. I CILC (2004), Parma (Italy) XX. II CILC (2005), Rome (Italy) XXI. III CILC (2006), Bari (Italy) XXII. IV CILC (2007), Messina (Italy) XXIII. V CILC (2008), Perugia (Italy) XXIV. V CILC (2009), Ferrara (Italy) Average figures: presentations participants Average figures: presentations participants Last edition: CILC08 in Perugia: 2-and-a-half-day event 3 invited speakers (Faber, Piazza, Pontelli) 45 participants 22 long presentations 6 short presentations Last edition: CILC08 in Perugia: 2-and-a-half-day event 3 invited speakers (Faber, Piazza, Pontelli) 45 participants 22 long presentations 6 short presentations

7 Doctoral Schools 1988 Advanced School on Foundations of Logic Programming (Alghero, Sardinia, org: Maurizio Martelli) 1990 Advanced School on Foundations of Logic Programming. (Alghero, Sardinia) 1996 Int'l Summer School on Advances in Logic Programming (Alghero, Sardinia, org: Nicoletta Cocco & Gianfranco Rossi) 1998 Int'l Summer School on Logic Programming Perspectives in Hot Research Areas (Maratea, Basilicata, org: Patrizia Asirelli & Piero Bonatti) 2000 First Int'l Summer School in Computational Logic ISCL 2000 (Maratea, Basilicata, org: Sandro Etalle & Maurizio Gabbrielli) 2002 Second Int'l Summer School in Computational Logic ISCL 2002 (Maratea, Basilicata, org: Roberto Bagnara & Patricia Hill) 1988 Advanced School on Foundations of Logic Programming (Alghero, Sardinia, org: Maurizio Martelli) 1990 Advanced School on Foundations of Logic Programming. (Alghero, Sardinia) 1996 Int'l Summer School on Advances in Logic Programming (Alghero, Sardinia, org: Nicoletta Cocco & Gianfranco Rossi) 1998 Int'l Summer School on Logic Programming Perspectives in Hot Research Areas (Maratea, Basilicata, org: Patrizia Asirelli & Piero Bonatti) 2000 First Int'l Summer School in Computational Logic ISCL 2000 (Maratea, Basilicata, org: Sandro Etalle & Maurizio Gabbrielli) 2002 Second Int'l Summer School in Computational Logic ISCL 2002 (Maratea, Basilicata, org: Roberto Bagnara & Patricia Hill)

8 GULP Members GULP currently has about 60 members Membership annual fees: 40 euro - 10 euro students Members can: vote for the election of the GULP EB attend events organized by GULP, like conferences, workshops,... receive GULP news and use the GULP mailing list participate to GULP best PhD thesis award All GULP members are affiliated to ALP Spread over the whole country and abroad GULP currently has about 60 members Membership annual fees: 40 euro - 10 euro students Members can: vote for the election of the GULP EB attend events organized by GULP, like conferences, workshops,... receive GULP news and use the GULP mailing list participate to GULP best PhD thesis award All GULP members are affiliated to ALP Spread over the whole country and abroad

9 RESEARCH GULP: ca. 30 universities and research centers TEACHING 20 universities 13 regions 50 courses 1500 students 30,000 student-hour Main areas: IA, KR&R, Languages, TCS, Logics RESEARCH GULP: ca. 30 universities and research centers TEACHING 20 universities 13 regions 50 courses 1500 students 30,000 student-hour Main areas: IA, KR&R, Languages, TCS, Logics LP in Italy

10 Forthcoming activities CILC 2009 in Ferrara Organized by Marco Gavanelli & Fabrizio Riguzzi CILC 2010 in Rende Organized by Nicola Leone Book: 25 years of LP in Italy Edited by Agostino Dovier & Enrico Pontelli GULP 2008 Best PhD Dissertation Award 2006 edition: 2 awards (600 euro each) International committee (26 researchers from Italy, Belgium, Portugal, UK, Sweden, France, Austria, Switzerland, US, Japan) 2008 edition: open call (candidates & reviewers) CILC 2009 in Ferrara Organized by Marco Gavanelli & Fabrizio Riguzzi CILC 2010 in Rende Organized by Nicola Leone Book: 25 years of LP in Italy Edited by Agostino Dovier & Enrico Pontelli GULP 2008 Best PhD Dissertation Award 2006 edition: 2 awards (600 euro each) International committee (26 researchers from Italy, Belgium, Portugal, UK, Sweden, France, Austria, Switzerland, US, Japan) 2008 edition: open call (candidates & reviewers)


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