(Bayreuth, Erlangen, Strasbourg)

(Last announcement: 10 September 1996)

will take in place in

Hotel Belvedere,
Via Valassina, 31
I-22021 Bellagio, Italy
(on the lake of Como)
Tel.: [39] 31 950.410, Fax: [39] 31 950.102

from Sunday October 6, 1996 (evening)
to Wednesday October 9, 1996 (afternoon).

Participants are expected to arrive for the dinner on Sunday and leave after lunch on Wednesday.

The location of Bellagio is magnificent, at the tip of the peninsula dividing the main two finger lakes forming the lake of Como. It is at 30 km East from Lugano, 75 km North from Milano. Going down from Switzerland leave the San Gottardo-Milano highway at Lugano (either exit), reach Menaggio and Cadenabbia and take the ferry boat for Bellagio. From the West reach the city of Como and ride either on the West Coast of the Lake to arrive at Cadenabbia or use the Eastern (narrow) road that goes directly to Bellagio. From the South there is a direct route from Milano through Erba. There are regular bus services from the Como Railway Station to Bellagio. However it is definitely more fun to make a car pool and enjoy riding through this marvellous region.

A photo of Hotel Belvedere
A map of the lake region

The Hotel is equipped with a modern conference room with all the video techniques.

This Séminaire will be held in the memory of Marcel Paul Schützenberger who passed away on July 29, 1996. Alain Lascoux will present the last joint work that Marco and he have done.

The list of seminar lectures includes:

The list of parcitipants includes:

Foata (+1), Jouanolou, Zeng (Strasbourg), Helversen-Pasotto (+1) (Nice), Leclerc, Leidwanger (Caen), Desarmenien, Perrin, Picon, Thibon (Marne-la-Vallee), Prodinger (Wien), Paule (Linz), Koenig, Strehl, Meyn (Erlangen), Dutour, Viennot, Zvonkin (Bordeaux), Barsky, Fourre, Lascoux, Novelli, Hivert (Paris), Scharf (Bayreuth), Garsia, Morse (San Diego), Dress (+1) (Bielefeld), Fripertinger (Graz), Zipperer (Fuerth), van Leeuwen (Amsterdam), Marini (Milano), Duchamp (Rouen).

For any further discussion, hint or suggestion get in touch with Dominique Foata.

Sep. 10, 1996