The GReTA Graph TRansformation Theory and Applications virtual seminar series aims to serve as a platform for the international graph rewriting community, to promote recent developments and trends in the field, and to permit a regular networking and interaction between members of this community. Seminars are held twice a month in the form of Zoom sessions (some of which will be live-streamed to YouTube).

Several options are available to receive regular updates on the GReTA seminars:

Seminars

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How to participate

The GReTA seminars are hosted via Zoom. For security reasons, participation in a given seminar requires a registration (via the link provided in the announcement of the seminar). Upon completion of the registration form (asking for the name, affiliation and email address), a personalized Zoom meeting link will be sent. For convenience, sessions will be open 15 minutes prior to the beginning of the seminar.

Please join the session with your camera and microphone enabled, noting that it will be the chairperson of the session who will then unmute your microphone for questions! If possible, please consider joining already during the 15 minutes prior to a given seminar, to ensure your Zoom setup is functioning properly.

Alternatively, if you prefer not to participate via Zoom, some seminars will be live-streamed to YouTube, where it will be possible to ask questions via the YouTube commenting functionality.

Seminar “etiquette”

Each seminar will be hosted by a chairperson who will introduce the speaker, watch incoming questions and who will decide if and when to interrupt the speaker for questions, or which questions should be postponed to after the talk.

After-seminar discussions

After each seminar, the main Zoom session will remain open for additional 30 minutes in order to allow for discussions and networking. Depending on the number of participants, it will be a possibility to gather into small breakout sessions as well.

Meet the GReTA Team

Organisers

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Jean Krivine

CNRS Researcher in Computer Science

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Nicolas Behr

CNRS Researcher in Computer Science

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Reiko Heckel

Professor in Software Engineering

Scientific Committee

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Andrea Corradini

Professor of Computer Science

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Barbara König

Professor of Computer Science

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Berthold Hoffmann

Bremen Senior Lecturer (emer.)

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Daniel Merkle

Professor of Computer Science

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Dan R. Ghica

Professor of Semantics of Programming Languages

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Detlef Plump

Associate Professor of Computer Science

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Eswaran Subrahmanian

Research Professor

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Fabio Gadducci

Professor of Computer Science

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Fernando Orejas

Professor of Computer Science

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Frank Drewes

Professor of Computer Science

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Gabriele Taentzer

Professor of Computer Science

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Hans-Jörg Kreowski

Professor in Computer Science (emer.)

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Jérôme Feret

Research fellow at INRIA

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Leen Lambers

Senior Researcher

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Maribel Fernandez

Professor in Computer Science

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Mark Minas

Professor of Computer Science

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Matthias Tichy

Professor in Software Engineering

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Paolo Baldan

Associate Professor of Computer Science

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Paolo Bottoni

Professor of Computer Science

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Paweł Sobociński

Professor of Trustworthy Software Technologies

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Rachid Echahed

CNRS Researcher in Computer Science

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Russ Harmer

CNRS Researcher in Computer Science

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Steffen Zschaler

Senior Lecturer in Computer Science

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Timo Kehrer

Professor of Computer Science

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Vincent Danos

Professor, Directeur de Recherches at CNRS