Newsletter 101 November 4, 2005 ******************************************************************* * Past issues of the newsletter are available at http://www.informatik.hu-berlin.de/lics/newsletters/ * Instructions for submitting an announcement to the newsletter can be found at http://www.informatik.hu-berlin.de/lics/newsletters/inst.html * To unsubscribe, send an email with "unsubscribe" in the subject line to email@example.com ******************************************************************* TABLE OF CONTENTS * CONFERENCES AND WORKSHOPS CSL 2006 - Call for Workshop Proposals NL-KR Special Track at FLAIRS 2006 - Call for Papers ALGSTOCH 2006 - Call for Papers CiE 2006 - Call for Papers TERMGRAPH 2006 - Call for Papers PSI 2006 - Call for Papers CAV 2006 - Call for Papers ESSLLI 2006 STUDENT SESSION - Call for Papers * AWARDS Ackermann Award 2006 - Call for nominations * JOURNALS Logical Methods in Computer Science (LMCS) Electronic Notes In Theoretical Computer Science (ENTCS) * VACANCIES Maitre de Conferences Position, University of Savoie, Chambery, France COMPUTER SCIENCE LOGIC (CSL 2006) 25-29 September, 2006 Szeged, Hungary Call For Workshop Proposals * Computer Science Logic (CSL) is the annual conference series of the European Association for Computer Science Logic (EACSL). * Workshops affiliated to CSL'06 will be held before and after the main conference, on September 23 and 24, and on September 30 and October 1, 2006. * Researchers and practitioners are invited to submit proposals for workshops on topics relating logic to computer science. * Proposals should include: - A short scientific summary and justification of the proposed topic. - Proposed format and agenda. - Proposed duration. - Procedures for selecting participants and papers. - Expected number of participants. - Potential invited speakers. - Plans for dissemination (e.g. proceedings, journal special issue). * Proposals will be evaluated by the CSL'06 Workshop Committee on the basis of their assessed benefit for prospective participants of CSL'06. * Workshop Committee: Matthias Baaz (Vienna), Damian Niwinski (Warsaw) and Sandor Vagvolgyi (Szeged, chair). * Proposals and/or enquiries should be submitted by electronic mail in ASCII, PDF or postscript format to: Sandor Vagvolgyi (CSL'06 Workshop Chair) Email: vagvolgy at inf.u-szeged.hu * Important dates: - Submission of workshop proposals: November 15, 2005 - Acceptance decisions: December 1, 2005 * For more information refer to: http://www.inf.u-szeged.hu/~csl06/ NATURAL LANGUAGE AND KNOWLEDGE REPRESENTATION (NL-KR) SPECIAL TRACK AT FLAIRS 2006 Holiday Inn Melbourne Oceanfront, Melbourne Beach, FLORIDA, USA 11-12-13 May 2006 Second call for papers * Special track web page: http://users.ox.ac.uk/~lady0641/Flairs06_NL_KR Main conference web page: http://www.indiana.edu/~flairs06 * NL-KR track topics: For this track, we will invite submissions including, but not limited to: - A novel NL-like KR or building on an existing one - Reasoning systems that benefit from properties of NL to reason with NL - Semantic representation used as a KR: compromise between expressivity and efficiency? - More Expressive KR for NL understanding (Any compromise?) - Any work exploring how existing representations fall short of addressing some problems involved in modelling, manipulating or reasoning (whether reasoning as used to get an interpretation for a certain utterance, exchange of utterances or what utterances follow from other utterances) with NL documents - Representations that show how classical logics are not as efficient, transparent, expressive or where a one-step application of an inference rule require more (complex) steps in a classical environment and vice-versa; i.e. how classical logics are more powerful, etc - Building a reasoning test collection for natural language understanding systems: any kind of reasoning (deductive, abductive, etc); for a deductive test suite see for e.g. deliverable 16 of the FraCas project (http://www.cogsci.ed.ac.uk/~fracas/). Also, look at textual entailment challenges 1 and 2 <http://www.pascal-network.org/Challenges/RTE> - Comparative results (on a common test suite or a common task) of different representations or systems that reason with NL (again any kind of reasoning). The comparison could be either for efficiency, transparency or expressivity - Knowledge acquisition systems or techniques that benefit from properties of NL to acquire knowledge already 'coded' in NL - Automated Reasoning, Theorem Proving and KR communities views on all this * NL_KR Track Program Committee: James ALLEN, University of Rochester, USA; Patrick BLACKBURN, Institut National de Recherche en Informatique, France; Johan BOS, University of Edinburgh, UK; Richard CROUCH, Palo Alto Research Centre, USA Maarten DE RIJKE, University of Amsterdam, The Netherlands; Anette FRANK, DFKI, Germany; Fernando GOMEZ, University of Central Florida, USA Sanda HARABAGIU, University of Texas at Dallas, USA; John HARRISON, Intel, USA; Jerry HOBBS, Information Sciences Institute, USA Chung Hee HWANG, Raytheon Co., USA; Michael KOHLHASE, International University Bremen, Germany; Shalom LAPPIN, King's College, UK Carsten LUTZ, Dresden University of Technology, Germany; Dan MOLDOVAN, University of Texas at Dallas, USA; Jeff PELLETIER, Simon Fraser University, Canada; Stephen PULMAN, University of Oxford, UK Lenhart SCHUBERT, University of Rochester, USA; John SOWA, VivoMind Intelligence, Inc., USA; Jana SUKKARIEH, University of Oxford, UK (Chair) Geoff SUTCLIFFE, Miami University, USA; Timothy WILLIAMSON, University of Oxford, UK * Details about submission can be found on: http://users.ox.ac.uk/~lady0641/Flairs06_NL_KR/submission_details.html Selected papers will be considered for publication in a special journal issue of "The journal of Logic and Computation" in the 2nd half of 2006. * Important dates: - Submission of papers: 21 November, 2005 - Notification of acceptance: 20 January, 2006 - Final version of the paper is due: 13 February, 2006 - Main Conference: 11-13 May 2006 - Track: max 1 day during the main conference * Those interested in running a demo please contact Jana Sukkarieh
or Simon Dobnik . ALGEBRAIC ASPECTS OF STOCHASTIC SYSTEMS (ALGSTOCH) Co-located at ETAPS 2006, Vienna, March 25, 2006 Call For Papers * Motivation: As stochastic systems become more important in such diverse areas as model checking, concurrency theory, testing, control theory etc., it becomes increasingly important and interesting to study the (co-) algebraic properties of these systems, properties that center on notions like bisimulations, congruences, simplicity; the recent incorporation of continuous time systems is particularly exciting. The purpose of this workshop is to study stochastic and related systems from an algebraic point of view, and to relate them to applications. Papers are requested in the following areas: discrete and continuous time stochastic systems structural, e.g. categorial aspects of stochastic systems applications to logic, and model checking applications to the design of programming systems, relations to the theory of coalgebras. The list is not exhaustive. * Proceedings: The proceedings will be published in the ENTCS series; extended versions of selected papers may be published in a special issue of Fundamenta Informaticae following the regular referee procedure. The PC encourages the submission of work in progress. * Important dates: Submission: November 30, 2005, Notification: January 10, 2006 Final version: February 10, 2006, Workshop: March 25, 2006 * PC: Ch. Baier, U Bonn; E.-E. Doberkat (Chair), U Dortmund; K. Keimel, TH Darmstadt; P. Panangaden, McGill; F. van Breugel, York U.; I. Viglizzo, Indiana U * Contact: Ernst-Erich Doberkat, University of Dortmund, firstname.lastname@example.org. The workshop page, where instructions to submit a paper can be found, is http://ls10-www.cs.uni-dortmund.de/AlgStoch COMPUTABILITY IN EUROPE 2006 (CiE 2006): NEW COMPUTATIONAL PARADIGMS Swansea, UK, June 30 - July 5, 2006 http://www.cs.swansea.ac.uk/cie06/ Call for Papers * CiE 2006 is the second of a new conference series on Computability Theory and related topics which started in Amsterdam in 2005. CiE 2006 will focus on (but not be limited to) logical approaches to computational barriers: practical and feasible barriers, e.g., centred around the P vs. NP problem; computable barriers connected to models of computers and programming languages; hypercomputable barriers related to physical systems. CiE 2006 will have 3-hour tutorials by Sam Buss and Julia Kempe (titles tbd) as well as invited talks by Jan Bergstra, Luca Cardelli, Jan Krajicek, Elvira Mayordomo Camara, Istvan Nemeti, Helmut Schwichtenberg, and Andreas Weiermann. Further invited speakers are to be announced. There will also be two-hour special sessions on Proofs and Computation, Computable Analysis, Challenges in Complexity, Foundations of Programming, Mathematical Models of Computers and Hypercomputers, and a special session "Goedel Centenary: His Legacy for Computability". * The Programme Committee cordially invites all researchers (European and non-European) in the area of Computability Theory to submit their papers (in PDF-format, at most 10 pages) for presentation at CiE 2006. We particularly invite papers building bridges between different parts of the research community. The proceedings are intended to be published in the Springer LNCS series. * Submission Deadline: December 15th, 2005. * Programme committee: Samson Abramsky (Oxford), Klaus Ambos-Spies (Heidelberg), Arnold Beckmann (Swansea, co-chair), Ulrich Berger (Swansea), Olivier Bournez (Nancy), Barry Cooper (Leeds), Laura Crosilla (Firenze), Costas Dimitracopoulos (Athens), Abbas Edalat (London), Fernando Ferreira (Lisbon), Ricard Gavalda (Barcelona), Giuseppe Longo (Paris), Benedikt Loewe (Amsterdam), Yuri Matiyasevich (St.Petersburg), Dag Normann (Oslo), Giovanni Sambin (Padova), Uwe Schoening (Ulm), Andrea Sorbi (Siena), Ivan Soskov (Sofia), Leen Torenvliet (Amsterdam), John Tucker (Swansea, co-chair), Peter van Emde Boas (Amsterdam), Klaus Weihrauch (Hagen). * Sponsors: BLC, KGS, WDA (further sponsors to be confirmed). * For further information visit http://www.illc.uva.nl/CiE/ and http://www.cs.swansea.ac.uk/cie06/, or email the organisers: email@example.com. THIRD INTERNATIONAL WORKSHOP ON TERM GRAPH REWRITING (TERMGRAPH 2006) 1 April 2006, Vienna, Austria Co-located with ETAPS'06 Call for Papers http://www.dcs.kcl.ac.uk/events/TERMGRAPH2006/ * Term graph rewriting is concerned with the representation of functional expressions as graphs and the evaluation of these expressions by rule-based graph transformation. Topics of interest range from theoretical questions to practical implementation issues. It includes such different lines as the modelling of (finite or infinitary) first-order term rewriting by (acyclic or cyclic) graph rewriting, interaction nets and sharing graphs for Levy-optimal reduction in the lambda calculus, rewrite calculi on cyclic higher-order term graphs for the semantics and analysis of functional programs, graph reduction implementations of functional programming languages, and automated reasoning and symbolic computation systems working on shared structures. * Deadline for submission: 7 January, 2006 * For more information see Web page http://www.dcs.kcl.ac.uk/events/TERMGRAPH2006/ SIXTH INTERNATIONAL ANDREI ERSHOV MEMORIAL CONFERENCE PERSPECTIVES OF SYSTEM INFORMATICS (PSI 2006) 27-30 June 2006, Novosibirsk, Akademgorodok, Russia http://www.iis.nsk.su/PSI06 Preliminary Call for Papers * Aims and scope: The conference is held to honor the 75th anniversary of academician Andrei Ershov (1931-1988) and his outstanding contributions towards advancing informatics. The aim of the conference is to provide a forum for the presentation and in-depth discussion of advanced research directions in computer science. For a developing science, it is important to work out consolidating ideas, concepts and models. Movement in this direction is another aim of the conference. Improvement of the contacts and exchange of ideas between researchers from the East and West are further goals. * Conference topics include: - Foundations of Program and System Development and Analysis: specification, validation, and verification techniques; program analysis, transformation and synthesis; semantics, logic and formal models of programs; partial evaluation, mixed computation, abstract interpretation; compiler construction; theorem proving and model checking; concurrency theory; modeling and analysis of real-time and hybrid systems; computer models and algorithms for bioinformatics. - Programming Methodology and Software Engineering: object-oriented, aspect-oriented, component-based and generic programming; programming by contract; program and system construction for parallel and distributed computing; constraint programming; multi-agent technology; system re-engineering and reuse; integrated programming environments; software architectures; software development and testing; model-driven system/software development; agile software development; tools for software engineering; program understanding and visualization. - Information Technologies: data models; database and information systems; knowledge-based systems and knowledge engineering; ontologies and semantic Web; digital libraries,collections and archives, Web publishing; peer-to-peer data management. * Program Committee: Scott W. Ambler, Ambysoft Inc., Toronto; Egidio Astesiano, Univ. Genova; Janis Barzdins, Univ. Latvia, Riga; Frederic Benhamou, Univ. Nantes; Stefan Brass, Univ. Halle; Ed Brinksma, Univ. Twente; Kim Bruce, Pomona College, California; Mikhail Bulyonkov, IIS SB RAS, Novosibirsk; Albertas Caplinskas, IMI, Vilnius; Sung-Deok Cha, KAIST, Taejon; Gabriel Ciobanu, Inst. Comp. Sc. RA, Iasi; Paul C. Clements, Carnegie-Mellon Univ.; Miklos Csuroes, Univ. Montreal; Serge Demeyer, Univ. of Antwerp; Alexander Dikovsky, Univ. Nantes; Javier Esparza, Univ. Stuttgart; Jean Claude Fernandez, Univ. J. Fourier, Grenoble; Chris George, UNU/ IIST, Macau; Ivan Golosov, Intel, Novosibirsk; Jan Friso Groote, Eindhoven Univ. of Technology; Alan Hartman, IBM Haifa Research Lab.; Victor Ivannikov, IPS RAS, Moscow; Victor Kasyanov, IIS SB RAS, Novosibirsk; Joost-Pieter Katoen, RWTH Aachen Univ.; Alexander Kleschev, IACP RAS, Vladivostok; Nikolay Kolchanov, ICiG, Novosibirsk; Gregory Kucherov, INRIA/LORIA, Nancy; Johan Lilius, Abo Akademi Iniv. Turku; Dominique Mery, Univ. Henri Poincare, Nancy; Torben Mogensen, Univ. Copenhagen; Bernhard Moeller, Univ. Augsburg; Hanspeter Moessenboeck, JK Univ. Linz; Peter Mosses, Univ. Wales, Swansea; Ron Morrison, St Andrews Univ.; Peter Mueller, ETH Zurich; Fedor Murzin, IIS SB RAS, Novosibirsk; Valery Nepomniaschy, IIS SB RAS; Nikolaj Nikitchenko, Nat. Univ. Kiev; Jose R. Parama, Univ. A Coruna; Francesco Parisi-Presicce, GM Univ., Virginia; Wojciech Penczek, Inst. Comp. Sci., Warsaw; Jaan Penjam, Tallinn Tech. Univ.; Peter Pepper, Tech. Univ. Berlin; Alexander Petrenko, IPS RAS, Moscow; Jaroslav Pokorny, Charles U., Prague; Wolfgang Reisig, Tech. Univ. Berlin; Viktor Sabelfeld, Univ. Karlsruhe; Timos Sellis, Nation. Tech. Univ. Athens; Alexander Semenov, Intel, Novosibirsk; Klaus-Dieter Schewe, Massey Univ; David Schmidt, Kansas State Univ.; Sibylle Schupp, Chalmers Univ. Tech.; Nikolay Shilov, IIS SB RAS, Novosibirsk; Alexander Tomilin, IPS RAS, Moscow; Enn Tyugu, Inst. Cybernetics, Tallinn; Alexander L. Wolf, Univ. Colorado at Boulder; Tatyana Yakhno, Dokuz Eylul Univ., Izmir; Wang Yi, Uppsala Univ. * Conference Proceedings: A book of extended abstracts of invited and accepted talks will be available at the conference. The full versions of the papers presented at the conference will be published by Springer-Verlag in the LNCS series after the conference. * Submission instructions can be found on the conference web site http://www.iis.nsk.su/PSI06/index_e.shtml * Important dates: January 23, 2006: submission deadline of extended abstracts April 7, 2006: notification of acceptance June27-30, 2006: the conference dates September 1, 2006: final papers due COMPUTER AIDED VERIFICATION (CAV 2006) 18th International Conference Call for Papers Seattle, Washington, August 16-21, 2006 http://research.microsoft.com/floc06/cav.htm * Aims and Scope: CAV'06 is the 18th in a series dedicated to the advancement of the theory and practice of computer-assisted formal analysis methods for hardware and software systems. This year, CAV is part of the 4th International Federated Logic Conference (FLoC 2006), which includes CAV and five other conferences/symposia. * Topics of interest include: algorithms and tools for verifying models and implementations; hardware verification techniques; program analysis and software verification; modeling and specification formalisms; deductive, compositional, and abstraction techniques for verification; testing and runtime analysis based on verification technology; applications and case studies; verification in industrial practice. * Special Symposium: The first day of CAV is traditionally a tutorial day. This year, the tutorial will be replaced with a special symposium entitled "25 Years of Model Checking". * Affiliated workshops: - BMC'06: 4th International Workshop on Bounded Model Checking - TV'06: Multithreading in Hardware and Software: Formal Approaches to Design and Verification - SMT-COMP'06: 2nd Satisfiability Modulo Theories tools competition - ACL2'06: 6th International Workshop on the ACL2 Theorem Prover and its Applications - GDV'06: 3rd International Workshop on Games in Design and Verification - V&D'06: 1st International Workshop on Verification on Debugging - Verified Software: Tools, Techniques, and Experiments * Submission: There are two categories of submissions: regular papers (not to exceed 13 pages) and tool presentations (not to exceed 4 pages). Information concerning the procedure for submissions will be available on the conference home page: * Submission Deadline: January 27, 2006 (firm) * Program Committee: Thomas Ball (Microsoft) (Co-chair), Clark Barrett (NYU), Karthik Bhargavan (Microsoft), Per Bjesse (Synopsys), Ahmed Bouajjani (Univ. Paris 7), Randy Bryant (CMU), Rance Cleaveland (Univ. Maryland), Werner Damm (Univ. Oldenberg), Ganesh Gopalakrishnan (Univ. Utah), Steve German (IBM Research), Patrice Godefroid (Bell Labs), Mike Gordon (Univ. Cambridge), Orna Grumberg (Technion), Holger Hermanns (Saarland Univ.), Ranjit Jhala (UC San Diego), Robert Jones (Intel) (Co-chair), Roope Kaivola (Intel), Ken McMillan (Cadence), Tom Melham (Oxford Univ.), Corina Pasareanu (NASA Ames), Amir Pnueli (NYU), Thomas Reps (Univ. Wisconsin), Sanjit Seshia (UC Berkeley), Prasad Sistla (Univ. Illinois - Chicago), Fabio Somenzi (Univ. Colorado). ESSLLI 2006 STUDENT SESSION July 31 - August 11, Malaga, Spain 1st Call for Papers * We are pleased to announce the Student Session of the 18th European Summer School in Logic, Language and Information (ESSLLI), which will be held July 31 - August 11, in Malaga, Spain. We invite papers for oral and poster presentation from the areas of Logic, Language and Computation. * The aim of the Student Session is to provide students with the opportunity to present their work in progress and get feedback from senior researchers and fellow-students. * The ESSLLI Student Session invites students at any level, undergraduates as well as graduates, to submit a full paper, no longer than 7 pages (including references). Papers should be submitted with clear indication of the selected modality of presentation, i.e. oral or poster. Accepted papers will be published in the Student Session Proceedings. * Papers should describe original, unpublished work, complete or in progress, that demonstrates insight, creativity and promise. Previously published papers should not be submitted. * The preferred format of submission is PDF. All submissions must be accompanied by a plain text identification page, and sent to firstname.lastname@example.org. * For more information about the Student Session, and for the technical details concerning submission, please visit our website at http://www.science.uva.nl/~katrenko/stus06. You may also contact one of the chairs: Janneke Huitink, email@example.com Sophia Katrenko, firstname.lastname@example.org * Important dates: Deadline for Submission: February 1st, 2006 Notification of authors: April 1st, 2006 Proceedings Deadline: May 1st, 2006 ESSLLI: July 31 - August 11, 2006 ACKERMANN AWARD 2006 - THE EACSL OUTSTANDING DISSERTATION AWARD FOR LOGIC IN COMPUTER SCIENCE Call for nominations * The Ackermann Award will be presented to the recipients at the annual conference of the EACSL (CSL'06). * The jury is entitled to give more than one award per year. * The first Ackermann Award was presented at CSL'05. The 2005 recipients were - Mikolaj Bojanczyk - Konstantin Korovin - Nathan Segerlind * Eligible for the 2006 Ackermann Award are PhD dissertations in topics specified by the EACSL and LICS conferences, which were formally accepted as PhD theses at a university or equivalent institution between 1.1.2004 and 31.12. 2005. * The deadline for submission is 31.1.2006. * Submission details are available at www.dimi.uniud.it/~eacsl/award.html www.cs.technion.ac.il/eacsl * The award consists of - a diploma, - an invitation to present the thesis at the CSL conference, - the publication of the abstract of the thesis and the laudation in the CSL proceedings, - travel support to attend the conference. * The jury consists of seven members: - The president of EACSL, J. Makowsky (Haifa); - The vice-president of EACSL, D. Niwinski (Warsaw); - One member of the LICS organizing committee, S. Abramnsky (Oxford); - B. Courcelle (Bordeaux); - E. Graedel (Aachen); - M. Hyland (Cambridge); - A. Razborov (Moscow and Princeton). JOURNAL: LOGICAL METHODS IN COMPUTER SCIENCE (LMCS) * Dear Colleague: We are writing to inform you about the progress of the open-access, online journal "Logical Methods in Computer Science," which has recently benefited from a freshly designed web site, see: http://www.lmcs-online.org * In the first year of its existence, the journal received 75 submissions: 21 were accepted and 22 declined (the rest are still in the editorial process). The first issue is complete, and we anticipate that will be three in all by the end of the calendar year. Our eventual aim is to publish four issues per year. We also publish Special Issues: to date, three are in progress, devoted to selected papers from LICS 2004, CAV 2005 and LICS 2005. * The average turn-around from submission to publication has been 7 months. This comprises a thorough refereeing and revision process: every submission is refereed in the normal way by two or more referees, who apply high standards of quality. * We would encourage you to submit your best papers to Logical Methods in Computer Science, and to encourage your colleagues to do so too. There is a flier and a leaflet containing basic information about the new journal on the homepage; we would appreciate your posting and distributing them, or otherwise publicising the journal. We would also appreciate any suggestions you may have on how we may improve the journal. * Yours Sincerely, Dana S. Scott (editor-in-chief) Gordon D. Plotkin and Moshe Y. Vardi (managing editors) Jiri Adamek (executive editor) JOURNAL: ELECTRONIC NOTES IN THEORETICAL COMPUTER SCIENCE (ENTCS) * Dear Colleagues, One of the minor inconveniences that Hurricane Katrina caused has been the temporary failure of the Tulane email servers, both university-wide and within the math department. The latter hosted the ENTCS Macro Home Page, so progress on publishing ENTCS volumes has been hindered since the hurricane. * I am happy to announce that the ENTCS Macro Home now has its own, separate web host, which can be found at http://www.entcs.org Please point your browser at this page, where you will find detailed instructions on how to prepare proposals for publishing material in ENTCS, as well as instructions about how to prepare files both for preliminary, hard copy versions of proceedings for limited distribution at meetings, as well as how to prepare the final versions of papers for publication online at ScienceDirect. * While ENTCS production has been hampered over the past month or so, it has now been restarted, and publication of ENTCS issues and volumes is now proceeding as usual, with minimal delays. * As usual, if you have any problems or questions about the ENTCS macros, or about ENTCS in general, please let me know. * Best regards, Mike Mislove, Managing Editor ENTCS, email@example.com VACANCY: MAITRE DE CONFERENCES POSITION, UNIVERSITY OF SAVOIE, CHAMBERY, FRANCE * A "Maitre de Conférences" position will be available for the Logic group of the maths department of the University of Savoie in Chambery. This position is destinated to reinforce our group. * The themes of research we are looking for are thus - either the ones that have always be present in Chambery such as *proof theory* and *lambda caculus* - or the new ones corresponding to discrete mathematics such as the combinatorics of, for example, words or the discrete plane, the discrete geometry and the general theory of coding. * The teaching assigments will be those of a maitre de conférences with lessons in "mathematical tools for computer science". For example, the person we are looking for will be in charge of courses as "data bases" or "Maths for computer science". The courses should be given in French. * Two conditions are necessary to get this position - Be accepted on the so called "liste de qualification aux fonctions de Maitre de Conférences" - Speak French reasonnably fluently. * This position is not yet official but, since it should appear officially only around February, we would like to have contact with possible candidates much before. * If you are interested by this position, please contact - either firstname.lastname@example.org - or email@example.com * For more informations on our laboratory visit www.lama.univ-savoie.fr For more informations on our university visit http://www.univ-savoie.fr Rene David and Laurent Vuillon
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