15th UK Asynchronous Forum

University of Cambridge Computer Laboratory


The UK Asynchronous Forum is an informal 1-day meeting where those working in asynchronous design in the UK (and particularly research students) can meet to present and discuss ideas.  The event is optimised for UK participants though others are welcome to attend.  See the UK Asynchronous Forum home page for further details.



Extended abstracts of not more than 4 pages must be submitted to Alex Yakovlev (alex.yakovlev at newcastle.ac.uk) by 8th December.   Abstracts must be sent in either postscript (which must be viewable with ghostview) or pdf.


The proceedings are available as a PDF: forum15.pdf.

The programme is now available. The general structure of these forums is below.

   Morning       Afternoon       Evening   
5th January, 2004    travel talks dinner
6th January, 2004 talks travel



The 15th UK Asynchronous Circuits Forum is being hosted by the Computer Laboratory. Please go directly to the Computer Laboratory where the talks will be held - see the directions to the Computer Laboratory building.

Accommodation and dinner will be at Trinity Hall, one of the 35 Cambridge Colleges (and not to be confused with Trinity College in Cambridge - Trinity Hall is much older). Please check-in after the afternoon of talks, but before dinner. See Downloads below for a local map and directions.


Cambridge has little parking for cars, and what there is is expensive. We can provide some overnight parking at the Computer Lab by prior arrangement. However, we advise that you travel by train or coach. The train station is 1 mile from the center and there is a shuttle bus which runs every 8 minutes into the center. The coach station (Drummer Street) is right in the center. The Computer Lab is approximately 1 mile from the center. See Downloads below for a local map and directions.

Registration and Accommodation

Registration has now closed.


A map giving walking directions between Trinity Hall and the Computer Laboratory plus a map of Trinity Hall is available in PDF format: map and directions.

You might also like to download directions to the Computer Laboratory building.


Programme organiser:   Alex Yakovlev  (alex.yakovlev at newcastle.ac.uk)
Local organiser:  Simon Moore  (Simon.Moore at cl.cam.ac.uk)     tel: 01223 334657
Accommodation queries:   Conference Administrator    (conference at trinhall.cam.ac.uk)     (N.B. please book accommodation via the online registration, not by emailing the conference administrator)


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Simon Moore
October 2003