Welcome to the Kent Concurrency Workshop on Concurrency Theory and related topics. This event is free of charge and lunch will be provided on the first day.

Please sign up using the Doodle poll. Contact Mark Batty with any questions.


The workshop will take place in Marlowe Lecture Theatre 1 (MarLT1) in the middle of the Canterbury campus, north of the town.

Getting here

It is most convenient to get here by train or by car. The nearest train station is Canterbury West, 1.2 miles from the Marlowe lecture theatre. It is possible to walk to the campus, but there are also taxis available from the station and on campus.

If you intend to travel by car and to park on campus, please get in touch: you will need a parking pass.

For those travelling from further afield, Canterbury has high-speed train links to London (1h), and its many airports, and to Europe through Eurostar (Paris 2h30).


Accommodation is left for participants to arrange. There are rooms to rent at the university, as well as many hotels near the campus, including Acacia Lodge, The Retro, House of Agnes, and The Falstaff. In town, there are rooms to rent at the Cathedral Lodge.

Previous workshops

The Kent Concurrency Workshop is the latest in a series previously held at Imperial, York, Oxford, Trinity College Dublin, Cambridge, Newcastle, and Queen Mary.

Steering committee

The Concurrency Workshop series is brought to you by Mark Batty, Mike Dodds, Philippa Gardner, Cliff Jones, Matthew Parkinson, and John Wickerson.