Académie François Bourdon), will deal with global questions, whereas the second part, taking place September 13-14, 2012, in Luxembourg, will focus more specifically on the European dimension. The results of both sessions will be published in the conference proceedings.
Proposals for papers, either in French or in English , should not exceed 2,000-2,500 characters. Proposals can be made specifically to one of the two sessions, or left to the judgement of the Scientific Committee. An electronic copy and a CV must be sent to the following three addresses no later than September 1, 2011:
Charles Barthel: Charles.Barthel@cere.etat.luThe organizers also intend to devote half a day of the Luxembourg session to a workshop for young researchers (doctoral or postdoctoral students). Complete papers proposed for this session (maximum 25,000-30,000 characters) in French or in English, accompanied by a CV, should be submitted to the addresses above by December 31, 2011.
Ivan Kharaba: firstname.lastname@example.org
Philippe Mioche: email@example.com
For full information about the themes of the two meetings and other organizational details, please see the full call for papers.