Thank you all for making TACL 2019 such a great event. We had 138 participants giving 98 lectures!

We've updated the website and most of slides are available now. Check them out in "Invited speakers" and "Contributed talks" sections in the menu.

Due to Fête de la Musique, which is happening on Friday, the tramway T1 is discontinued between the stations "Masséna" and "Opéra - Vieille Ville". The tramway runs normally between "Henri Sappia" and "Masséna" and between "Opéra-Vieille Ville" and "Hôpital Pasteur".

"Masséna" and "Opéra - Vieille Ville" are not far away from each other so you can just walk in between whenever you need to pass through Place Masséna.

We have updated all the missing information on the web.

You can find here schedules of both the conference and the school, local info, how to get from the airport, and more.

To navigate around use the menu bar on the left-hand side.

The abstracts of the TACL summer school lectures are now available.

Two short news:

1) Bus to Porquerolles from Nice airport, leaves at 15h on 10 June. Participants should arrive well in advance of this time.

2) The TACL conference dinner venue has been booked! It will take place in the rooftop restaurant and bar of the Aston La Scala Hotel, which has fantastic views and excellent ratings on their food, see
hotel-aston.com/fr/l-aston-clu

The deadline for abstract submission has been extended to 6 March 2019!

Note that this is the first and final extension.

The registration is open now.

In order to register go to the Submission & Registration page:

math.unice.fr/tacl/2019/submis

We've updated the website with the latest information about the conference and the school.

Also, the next Call for Papers is ready:

math.unice.fr/tacl/2019/cfp-2.

Once we have the registration link ready, we'll send the announcement around.

The first announcement/call for papers is available online:

math.unice.fr/tacl/2019/cfp-1.

And the next one is coming soon.

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