Newsletter 172 July 1, 2015 ******************************************************************* * Past issues of the newsletter are available at http://lics.siglog.org/newsletters/ * Instructions for submitting an announcement to the newsletter can be found at http://lics.siglog.org/newsletters/inst.html ******************************************************************* TABLE OF CONTENTS * NEWS LICS'15 Call for Participation ACM SIGLOG Announcement * DEADLINES Forthcoming Deadlines * CALLS WSFM-BEAT 2015 - Call for Papers SR 2015 - Call for Papers SOAMED - Call for Participation LNMR 2015 - Call for Papers FSTTCS 2015 - Call for Papers BLC 2015 - Call for Papers QBF 2015 - Call for Papers WoLLIC 2015 - Call for Participation CADE 2015 - Call for Participation DCM 2015 - Call for Papers GBMSC - Call for Participation HIGHLIGHTS 2015 - Call for Participation LPNMR 2015 - Call for Participation ABZ 2016 - Call for Papers, Answers to the case study, Workshops, Tutorials COMPLEXITY 2016 - Call for Participation * JOB ANNOUNCEMENTS PhD Studentship in Algorithms and Complexity at Royal Holloway, University of London New Doctoral Program on Logical Methods in Computer Science (LogiCS), Vienna ICALP/LICS'15 Call for Participation July 4-10, 2015 Kyoto, Japan http://www.kurims.kyoto-u.ac.jp/icalp-lics2015 EARLY REGISTRATION DEADLINE: June 12 (local time) * Joint Conference of The 42nd International Colloquium on Automata, Languages, and Programming (ICALP 2015) and The Thirtieth Annual ACM/IEEE Symposium on LOGIC IN COMPUTER SCIENCE (LICS) will be held in July 6-10, 2015, in Kyoto. * Eleven invited talks and about 240 papers on all areas of theoretical computer science and logic in computer science will be presented at Grand Prince Hotel Kyoto. Also, seven workshops will take place at Kyoto University on July 4 and 5. * INVITED SPEAKERS Piotr Indyk (MIT, USA) Ken-ichi Kawarabayashi (NII, Japan) Daniel Kifer (Pennsylvania State University, USA) Valerie King (University of Victoria, Canada) Thomas Moscibroda (Microsoft Research and Tsinghua University, China) Anca Muscholl (Universite Bordeaux, France) Peter O'Hearn (Facebook and University College London, UK) Luke Ong (University of Oxford, UK) Andrew Pitts (University of Cambridge, UK) Geoffrey Smith (Florida International University, USA) Ryuhei Uehara (JAIST, Japan) * WORKSHOPS Workshop on Logic and Computational Complexity (LCC 2015) Workshop on Natural Language and Computer Science 3 (NLCS 3) Workshop on Quantum Computational Complexity (QCC) Workshop on Realistic Models for Algorithms in Wireless Networks (WRAWN) Workshop on Syntax and Semantics for Low-Level Languages (LOLA 2015) Workshop on the Verification of Higher-Order Programs (HOPA) Young Researchers Forum on Automata, Languages and Programming (YR-ICALP 2015) * REGISTRATION The registration page and the hotel reservation page are already open. The early registration deadline is June 12 (local time). For more details please visit our conference webpage: http://www.kurims.kyoto-u.ac.jp/icalp-lics2015 * LOCAL ORGANIZERS Masahito Hasegawa (Kyoto University) Atsushi Igarashi (Kyoto University) Kazuo Iwama (Kyoto University) Kazuhisa Makino (Kyoto University) * CONTACT email@example.com ACM SIGLOG ANNOUNCEMENT http://siglog.acm.org * The ACM has recently chartered a Special Interest Group on Logic and Computation (ACM SIGLOG). Its first Chair is Prakash Panangaden, the other officers are Luke Ong (vice-Chair), Natarajan Shankar (Treasurer) and Alexandra Silva (Secretary). * The ACM-IEEE Symposium on Logic in Computer Science is the flagship conference of SIGLOG. SIGLOG will also actively seek association agreements with other conferences in the field. A SIGLOG newsletter (SIGLOG News) is also published quarterly in an electronic format with community news, technical columns, members' feedback, conference reports, book reviews and other items of interest to the community. * One can join SIGLOG by visiting https://campus.acm.org/public/qj/gensigqj/siglist/gensigqj_siglist.cfm It is possible to join SIGLOG without joining ACM (the SIGLOG membership fee is $25 and $15 for students). DATES * ICALP/LICS 2015 Conference: July 4-10, 2015 http://www.kurims.kyoto-u.ac.jp/icalp-lics2015/ * WSFM-BEAT 2015 Abstract submission: July 1, 2015 (Wednesday) Paper submission: July 3, 2015 (Friday) http://www.projects.science.uu.nl/WSFM-BEAT2015/index.php * SR 2015 Abstract submission: July 1, 2015 Paper submission: July 3, 2015 https://sites.google.com/site/sr2015homepage/ * SOAMED Graduate School: October 4-9, 2015 Registration Deadline: July 1, 2015 https://www.informatik.hu-berlin.de/de/forschung/gebiete/soamed * LNMR 2015 Paper registration: July 6, 2015 (EXTENDED) Submission deadline: July 10, 2015 (EXTENDED) http://lnmr2015.insight-centre.org/ * FSTTCS 2015 Paper submission: July 13, 2015 http://www.fsttcs.org * BLC 2015 Abstract deadline: July 15, 2015 http://www.newton.ac.uk/event/blc-2015 * QBF 2015 Extended abstracts submission: Jul 20 2015 http://fmv.jku.at/qbf15/ * WoLLIC 2015 Workshop: July 20-23, 2015 http://www.indiana.edu/~iulg/wollic/ * CADE 2015 Call for Partipation Freie Universitat Berlin, Germany, 1-7 August 2015 http://www.cade-25.info * DCM 2015 Submission Deadline for Extended Abstracts (5 pages): August 3, 2015 http://dcm-workshop.org.uk/2015/ * GBMSC Conference: August 17-28, 2015 http://booleconferences.ucc.ie/gbmsc2015 * HIGHLIGHTS 2015 Conference: Prague, 15-18 September 2015 http://highlights-conference.org * LPNMR 2015 Conference: Lexington, KY, USA, September 27-30, 2015 http://lpnmr2015.mat.unical.it/ * ABZ 2016 Workshop proposal submissions: October 16, 2015 Workshop proposal notifications: November 6, 2015 Research paper and answers to case study submission: January 15, 2016 Short paper submission: February 4, 2016 Tutorial proposal submissions: February 15, 2016 http://www.cdcc.faw.jku.at/ABZ2016/ * SPECIAL SEMESTER ON COMPUTATIONAL COMPLEXITY AND PROOF COMPLEXITY 2016 April-June 2016 Chebyshev Laboratory at St.Petersburg State University Organized jointly with the Skolkovo Institute of Science and Technology. http://en.chebyshev.spb.ru/complexity2016 WSFM-BEAT 2015 - INTERNATIONAL SYMPOSIUM ON WEB SERVICES, FORMAL METHODS AND BEHAVIOURAL TYPES Call for Papers September 4-5, 2015, Madrid, Spain http://www.projects.science.uu.nl/WSFM-BEAT2015/index.php * The Symposium on International Symposium on Web Services, Formal Methods and Behavioural Types (WS-FM/BEAT 2015) results from joining the Workshop on Web Services and Formal Methods (WS-FM) and the Workshop on Behavioural Types. The former was mainly devoted to formal aspects of service-oriented and cloud computing. The latter addressed type languages and systems to specify, characterise, and reason about dynamic aspects of program execution. Topics of either theoretical or applied interest include, but are not limited to: Foundational aspects of large behavioural software systems; Specification, verification, analysis, and testing of large behavioural software systems; Language-based approaches to large behavioural software systems; Security, trust, QoS, dependability, and privacy in large behavioural software systems; Ontologies, standards and technologies for large behavioural software systems; Case-studies on formal methods in large behavioural software systems; Innovative application scenarios of large behavioural software systems * Proceedings:All accepted regular papers will be included in the proceedings, which will be published after the symposium as a volume of the LNCS series. Selected short papers will be invited to the proceedings. * Important dates: - Abstract submission: July 1 2015 (Wednesday) - Paper submission: July 3 2015 (Friday) - Notification: July 31 2015 (Friday) - Camera Ready version: August 14 2015 (Friday) * Invited Speakers: Cosimo Laneve, University of Bologna, Italy, One more TBA * Workshop co-chairs: Antonio Ravara, Universidade Nova de Lisboa, Portugal and Jan Martijn van der Werf, Universiteit Utrecht, Netherlands * Detailed information can be found in the webpage above. SR 2015 - 3rd INTERNATIONAL WORKSHOP ON STRATEGIC REASONING Call for Papers September 21-22, 2015, Oxford, England https://sites.google.com/site/sr2015homepage/ * The SR international workshop is an annual event that aims to bring together researchers working on different aspects of strategic reasoning and game-based approaches to logic, semantics, and formal verification in computer science, artificial intelligence, and multi-agent systems, both from a theoretical and a practical point of view. * Proceedings: We plan to produce a special issue of the Journal of Information and Computation with extended versions of selected papers. * Important dates: - July 1 2015: Abstract submission deadline - July 3 2015: Paper submission deadline - July 31 2015: Acceptance notification - Sept 21-22 2015: SR 2015 Workshop * Invited Speakers: Johan van Benthem (Stanford/Amsterdam Universities), Joseph Halpern (Cornell University), Marta Kwiatkowska (Oxford University), Moshe Vardi (Rice University) * Detailed information can be found in the webpage above. SOAMED 2015 Call for Participation October 4-9, 2015, Steinhofel Castle (near Berlin), Germany https://www.informatik.hu-berlin.de/de/forschung/gebiete/soamed * REGISTRATION: https://www.informatik.hu-berlin.de/de/forschung/gebiete/soamed/Herbstschule/HS%20SOAMED * AIMS: The DFG-funded graduate school SOAMED invites applications to participate in its autumn school on "processes and data". This school addresses master students and young PhD students in informatics or related fields, interested in up?to?date research on the integration of service oriented architectures, data management, and their application to healthcare systems. It will be organized in the form of talks and tutorials given by a number of international experts in these fields. The course language is English. Participation is free of charge (travelling not included), but there is only limited space available. * Organisers: Wolfgang Reisig and Ulf Leser 2ND INTERNATIONAL WORKSHOP ON LEARNING AND NONMONOTONIC REASONING (LNMR 2015) Call for Papers 27-30 September 2015, Lexington, KY, USA http://lnmr2015.insight-centre.org/ co-located with the 13th International Conference on Logic Programming and Nonmonotonic Reasoning (LPNMR 2015) http://lpnmr2015.mat.unical.it/ * AIMS AND SCOPE This workshop follows from its first edition in 2013 in an attempt to provide an open forum for the identification of problems and discussion of possible collaborations among researchers with complementary expertise. To facilitate interactions between researchers in the areas of (machine) learning and nonmonotonic reasoning, we welcome contributions focusing on problems and perspectives concerning both learning and nonmonotonic reasoning. * SUBMISSIONS We solicit original papers which are not published elsewhere. Papers should be written in English and be formatted according to the Springer Verlag LNCS style, which can be obtained from http://www.springeronline.com. Every paper should not exceed 12 pages including the title page, references and figures. All submissions will be peer-reviewed and all accepted papers must be presented at the workshop. Paper submission will be electronic through the LNMR-15 Easychair site: https://easychair.org/conferences/?conf=lnmr2015. * PROCEEDINGS Workshop organizers are considering to publish an on-line proceedings in a formal way. The details will be announced later. Based on the quality of submissions, a special journal issue will also be considered. * IMPORTANT DATES Paper registration: July 6 (EXTENDED) Submission deadline: July 10 (EXTENDED) Notification: August 17 Final version due: September 1 Workshop: 1 or 2 days in September 27-30 * WORKSHOP CO-CHAIRS Alessandra Mileo, INSIGHT Centre for Data Analytics, NUI Galway, Ireland Alessandra Russo, Dept. of Computing, Imperial College London, UK 35TH FOUNDATIONS OF SOFTWARE TECHNOLOGY AND THEORETICAL COMPUTER SCIENCE (FSTTCS 2015) Call for Papers December 16-18, 2015, Bangalore, India http://www.fsttcs.org * AIMS The FSTTCS conference, organized by IARCS (the Indian Association for Research in Computing Science), is a forum for presenting original results in foundational aspects of Computer Science and Software Technology. * SCOPE Representative areas include, but are not limited to, the following: algorithms and data structures, algorithmic graph theory and combinatorics, approximation algorithms, automata and formal languages, combinatorial optimization, communication complexity, computational biology, computational complexity, computational geometry, computational learning theory, cryptography and security, game theory and mechanism design, logic in computer science, model theory, modal and temporal logics, models of concurrent and distributed systems, models of timed, reactive, hybrid and stochastic systems, parallel, distributed, and online algorithms, parameterized complexity, principles and semantics of programming languages, program analysis and transformation, proof complexity, quantum computing, randomness in computing, specification, verification, and synthesis, theorem proving, decision procedures, and model checking, theoretical aspects of mobile and high performance computing. * IMPORTANT DATES Paper submission: July 13, 2015; Notification: October 16, 2015. BRITISH LOGIC COLLOQUIUM (BLC 2015) Call for Abstracts Cambridge, England 2-4 September 2015 http://www.newton.ac.uk/event/blc-2015 * MEETING The 2015 meeting of the British Logic Colloquium will be held in Cambridge on 2nd-4th September. It will be preceded by BLC PhD day (1st-2nd September). This is a general Logic meeting covering a variety of topics within mathematical, philosophical and computer science logic. The meeting will include ten invited talks (speakers listed below) and a number of contributed talks. Anyone wishing to contibute a talk should send an abstract (of about 250 words) to firstname.lastname@example.org by 15 July, 2015. * REGISTRATION Registration is now open: http://www.newton.ac.uk/event/blc-2015 * INVITED SPEAKERS Andreas Blass (Michigan); Victoria Gitman (New York); Ian Pratt-Hartman (Manchester); Alexander Kechris (Pasadena); Jonathan Kirby (East Anglia); Agi Kurucz (London); Itay Neeman (Los Angeles); Arno Pauly (Cambridge); Andrew Pitts (Cambridge); Mehrnoosh Sadrzadeh (London) * BURSARIES There is a limited number of bursaries available for students who wish to attend. See webpage for details * PHD DAY The BLC PhD day provides an opportunity for postgraduates to meet and discuss their research or area of interest with fellow young logicians. If you wish to attend the PhD day, please email email@example.com, including your Name, Affiliation and whether or not you would like to present a talk or a poster. QBF 2015 - 3rd INTERNATIONAL WORKSHOP ON QUANTIFIED BOOLEAN FORMULAS Call for Papers September 23 2015, Austin, Texas, USA. http://fmv.jku.at/qbf15/ * The goal of the Third International Workshop on Quantified Boolean Formulas (QBF 2015) is to bring together researchers working on theoretical and practical aspects of QBF solving and applications. The workshop is affiliated to and co-located with the SAT conference 2015, September 24-27, 2015. * Important dates: - Jul 20 2015: submission of extended abstracts (max. four pages) - Aug 12 2015: notification of acceptance - Sep 23 2015: workshop * Topics of interest (not limited to the following): QBF applications; encodings; benchmarks; certificates; proofs; proof formats; proof checkers; decision procedures; QBF solving; implementation details; structural QBF solving; heuristics; preprocessing; * Please see the workshop website for further information: http://fmv.jku.at/qbf15/ 22ND WORKSHOP ON LOGIC, LANGUAGE, INFORMATION AND COMPUTATION (WoLLIC 2015) Call for Participation July 20th-23rd, 2015, Bloomington, IN, USA http://www.indiana.edu/~iulg/wollic * AIMS WoLLIC is an annual international forum on inter-disciplinary research involving formal logic, computing and programming theory, and natural language and reasoning. Each meeting includes invited talks and tutorials as well as contributed papers. * INVITED SPEAKERS Adriana Compagnoni (Stevens Institute, USA) Nina Gierasimczuk (University of Amsterdam) John Harrison (Intel, USA) Peter Jipsen (Chapman U, USA) Andre Joyal (U du Quebec Montreal, Canada) Chung-chieh Shan (Indiana U, USA) Alexandra Silva (Radboud U Nijmegen, The Netherlands) Mehrnoosh Sadrzadeh (Queen Mary, UK) * STUDENT GRANTS ASL sponsorship of WoLLIC 2015 will permit ASL student members to apply for a modest travel grant (deadline: May 1st, 2015). * DETAIS Detailed information can be found on the webpage www.indiana.edu/~iulg/wollic 25TH INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ON AUTOMATED DEDUCTION (CADE-25) Call for Partipation Freie Universitat Berlin, Germany, 1-7 August 2015 http://www.cade-25.info * CADE is the major forum for the presentation of research in all aspects of automated deduction. * IMPORTANT DATES: Early Registation Deadline: 21 June 2015 * INVITED SPEAKERS: CADE-25 jubilee session * Ursula Martin, University of Oxford * Frank Pfenning, Carnegie Mellon University * David Plaisted, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill * Andrei Voronkov, University of Manchester CADE-25 main conference * Ulrich Furbach, University of Koblenz, ECCAI invited talk * Edward Zalta, Stanford University * Michael Genesereth, Stanford University (joint with RuleML Symposium) Reception and dinner speeches will be given by Wolfgang Bibel and Jorg Siekmann. * WORKSHOPS Bridging: Bridging the gap between human and automated reasoning DT: 29. Jahrestreffen der GI-Fachgruppe Deduktionssysteme HOL4: HOL4 Workshop IWC: The 4th International Workshop on Confluence LFMTP: International Workshop on Logical Frameworks and Meta-Languages: Theory and Practice LOCAS: Low-level Code Analysis for Security PxTP: Workshop on Proof eXchange for Theorem Proving QUANTIFY: 2nd International Workshop on Quantification Vampire: The Vampire Workshop * TUTORIALS Abella: Reasoning about Computational Systems using Abella Beluga: Programming proofs about formal systems CPROVER: From Programs to Logic: The CPROVER verification tools Isabelle: Isabelle Tutorial Lean: Lean Theorem Prover: a Tutorial Superposition: 25th Anniversary of Superposition: Status and Future * COMPETITIONS CASC: The CADE ATP System Competition CoCo: The 4th Confluence Competition termCOMP: Termination Competition * POSTER EVENT EPS: The CADE-25 Taskforce towards an Encyclopedia of Proof Systems * ORGANIZERS: Conference Chair: Christoph Benzmueller (Freie Universitat Berlin) Program Committee Co-Chairs: Amy Felty (University of Ottawa) Aart Middeldorp (University of Innsbruck) Workshop, Tutorial, and Competition Co-Chairs: Jasmin Blanchette (Technische Universitat Muenchen Andrew Reynolds (EPFL Lausanne) Publicity and Web Chair: Julian Roder (Freie Universitat Berlin) 11TH WORKSHOP ON DEVELOPMENTS IN COMPUTATIONAL MODELS (DCM 2015) Call for Papers October 28, 2015, Cali - Colombia http://dcm-workshop.org.uk/2015/ Satellite event of ICTAC 2015 (http://www.ictac2015.co) * AIM The DCM workshop aims to bring together researchers who are currently developing new computational models or new features for traditional computational models, in order to foster their interaction, to provide a forum for presenting new ideas and work in progress, and to enable newcomers to learn about current activities in this area. * TOPICS OF INTEREST Topics of interest include all abstract models of computation and their applications to the development of programming languages and systems. This includes (but is not limited to): - Functional calculi: lambda-calculus, rho-calculus, term and graph rewriting; - Quantum computation, including implementations and formal methods in quantum protocols; - Probabilistic computation and verification in modelling situations; - Chemical, biological and bio-inspired computation, including spatial models, self-assembly, growth models; - Models of concurrency, including the treatment of mobility, trust, and security; - Infinitary models of computation; - Information-theoretic ideas in computing. * IMPORTANT DATES - Submission Deadline for Extended Abstracts (5 pages): 3 Aug 2015 - Notification:13 Sep 2015; - Pre-proceedings version due: 5 Oct 2015 - Workshop: 28 Oct 2015 - Deadline for EPTCS Proceedings : 7 Dec 2015 * CHAIRS - Cesar Munoz, NASA (USA) - Jorge A. Perez, University of Groningen (NL) GEORGE BOOLE MATHEMATICAL SCIENCES CONFERENCE (GBMSC 2015) Call for Participation 17-25 August 2015 Cork, Ireland http://booleconferences.ucc.ie/gbmsc2015 * CONTEXT As part of the celebrations of Boole's bicentenary, the George Boole Mathematical Sciences (GBMS) Conference (including Domains XII) will be held in University College Cork (UCC) during the last two weeks of August 2015. George Boole (1815-1864) was the first professor of mathematics at Cork. Boole's efforts to mathematize logical thinking caused a lasting paradigm shift in the 19th century which enlarged the scope and potency of modern mathematics, and provided a wealth of ideas for applications in diverse scientific areas resulting in ground-breaking innovations during the 20th century and beyond. This event will include 100-150 lectures on selected areas: - Theme 1: Boole and Beyond in Quantum Information Theory - Theme 2: From Boole's Algebra of Logic to Boolean Algebra, and Beyond - Theme 3: Complex and Boolean NetworksGeometry and Visualization - Theme 4: Geometry and Visualization - Theme 5: Harmonic Analysis - Theme 6: Invariants from Moduli Spaces - Theme 7: Mathematical Financial Modelling Post-Crisis - Theme 8: Quantum Probabilistic Symmetries and Quantized Boolean Algebras The following events are embedded in and associated with the conference: - 2015 Annual Meeting of the Irish Mathematical Society (IMS) - Domains XII - When Boole Meets Shannon HIGHLIGHTS OF LOGIC, GAMES AND AUTOMATA (HIGHLIGHTS 2015) Call for Presentations Prague, 15-18 September 2015 http://highlights-conference.org * AIMS HIGHLIGHTS 2015 is the third conference on Highlights of Logic, Games and Automata which aims at integrating the community working in these fields. A visit to Highlights conference should offer a wide picture of the latest research in the area and a chance to meet everybody in the field, not just those who happen to publish in one particular proceedings volume. The participants present their best work, be it published elsewhere or yet unpublished. * DATES The conference is three days long (Sept. 16-18) and it is preceeded by the Highlights tutorial day (Sept. 15). The contributed talks are around ten minutes. The participation costs are modest (around 80 Euro) and some cheap accomodation close to conference site is arranged. Prague is easy to reach. * SUBMISSION DEADLINE June 12, 2015 The instructions and detailed information about Highlights 2015 are available at http://highlights-conference.org. 13TH INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ON LOGIC PROGRAMMING AND NON-MONOTONIC REASONING (LPNMR 2015) Call for Participation Lexington, KY, USA, September 27-30, 2015 http://lpnmr2015.mat.unical.it/ * REGISTRATION: Registration procedure is available via http://www.cs.uky.edu/lpnmr2015/. * AIMS: LPNMR 2015 is the thirteenth in the series of international meetings on logic programming and non-monotonic reasoning. LPNMR is a forum for exchanging ideas on declarative logic programming, non-monotonic reasoning, and knowledge representation. * The program will include three invited talks: - Stable Models for Temporal Theories - By Pedro Cabalar, University of Corunna, Spain - Algorithmic decision theory meets logic - By Jerome Lang, Universite Paris-Dauphine, France (Plenary session with ADT 2015). - Relational and Semantic Data Mining - By Nada Lavrac, Jozef Stefan Institute and University of Nova Gorica, Slovenia 5TH INTERNATIONAL ABZ 2014 CONFERENCE (ASM, Alloy, B, TLA, VDM, Z) Call for Papers, Answers to the case study, Workshops, Tutorials May 23-27, 2016 Linz, Austria http://www.cdcc.faw.jku.at/ABZ2016/ * The ABZ conference is dedicated to the cross-fertilization of six related state-based and machine-based formal methods, Abstract State Machines (ASM), Alloy, B, TLA, VDM and Z. Contributions are solicited on all aspects of the theory and applications of ASMs, Alloy, B, TLA, VDM, Z approaches in software/hardware engineering, including the development of tools and industrial applications. * Types of submission: -- Research papers: full papers of not more than 14 pages in LNCS format, which have to be original, unpublished and not submitted elsewhere. -- Short presentations of work in progress, and tool demonstrations. An extended abstract of not more than 4 pages is expected and will be reviewed. -- Answers to case study papers: full papers of not more than 14 pages in LNCS format reporting on the experiments conducted with any of the state based techniques in the scope of ABZ 2014. -- Application in industry papers reporting on work or experiences on the application of state based formal methods in industry. An extended abstract of not more than 4 pages is expected and will be reviewed. * Submission site: https://easychair.org/conferences/?conf=abz2016 * Important Dates: Workshop proposal submission: October 16, 2015 Research paper, Answers to case study submission: January 15, 2016 Short and industry paper submission: February 4, 2016 Tutorial proposal submissions: February 15, 2016 Tutorial proposal notifications: March 14, 2016 * Detailed information can be found on the conference website * Contact: Klaus-Dieter SCHEWE (firstname.lastname@example.org) SPECIAL SEMESTER ON COMPUTATIONAL COMPLEXITY AND PROOF COMPLEXITY * April-June 2016 * Chebyshev Laboratory at St.Petersburg State University Organized jointly with the Skolkovo Institute of Science and Technology. * Events include a WORKSHOP ON PROOF COMPLEXITY, May 17-20, 2016, St. Petersburg, organized by Sam Buss and Pavel Pudlak, keynote speaker Jan Krajicek; and a WORKSHOP ON LOW-DEPTH COMPLEXITY, May 23-25, 2016, St. Petersburg, organized by Ben Rossman and Rahul Santhanam, keynote speaker Ryan Williams. * Short courses will be held before each workshop. * Graduate student, postdocs and other researchers may apply for funding for both short or extended visits throughout the semester. * To inquire about participation, or apply for funding, please fill out the form on the web page or email the organizers directly. * Web page: http://en.chebyshev.spb.ru/complexity2016. * Organizers: Sam Buss and Edward A. Hirsch. PHD STUDENTSHIP IN ALGORITHMS AND COMPLEXITY AT ROYAL HOLLOWAY, UNIVERSITY OF LONDON http://www.cs.rhul.ac.uk/home/tzameret/PhD_Post.html * The Department of Computer Science at Royal Holloway, University of London is offering a three-year full-time PhD studentship in algorithms and complexity starting in October 2015. The studentship includes a full tuition-fee waiver and a maintenance award in line with the level recommended by Research Councils UK (exact value to be confirmed, circa GBP 16,000 (USD 25,000 or EUR 20,000)). The student will be hosted in the Center for Algorithms and Applications and will work under the supervision of Dr Iddo Tzameret (http://www.cs.rhul.ac.uk/home/tzameret/). * THE PROJECT is broadly in the area of computational complexity with an emphasis on satisfiability and the complexity of proofs. The successful candidate will investigate fundamental aspects of the Boolean satisfiability problem SAT from possibly different aspects - combinatorial, algebraic and logical - with a possibility to engage as well in applied or empirical study of SAT-solving and other applications related to SAT, depending on the preferences and qualifications of the candidate. * For more information about the post see: http://www.cs.rhul.ac.uk/home/tzameret/PhD_Post.html * STARTING DATE: October 1, 2015 * HOW TO APPLY: Applications should be made as soon as possible through the online application system at Royal Holloway, University of London: https://www.royalholloway.ac.uk/studyhere/researchdegrees/applying/home.aspx and will remain open until the position is filled. * For any informal inquiries about the position, please contact Dr Iddo Tzameret at: Iddo.Tzameret@rhul.ac.uk NEW DOCTORAL PROGRAM ON LOGICAL METHODS IN COMPUTER SCIENCE (LogiCS) http://logic-cs.at/phd * Funded Doctoral Positions in Computer Science * TU Wien, TU Graz, and JKU Linz are seeking exceptionally talented and motivated students for their joint doctoral program LogiCS. The LogiCS doctoral college focuses on interdisciplinary research topics covering (i) computational logic, and applications of logic to (ii) databases and artificial intelligence as well as to (iii) computer-aided verification. * THE PROGRAM LogiCS is a doctoral college focusing on logic and its applications in computer science. Successful applicants will work with and be supervised by leading researchers in the fields of computational logic, databases and knowledge representation, and computer-aided verification. * FACULTY MEMBERS M. Baaz A. Biere R. Bloem A. Ciabattoni U. Egly T. Eiter C. Fermueller R. Grosu A. Leitsch M. Ortiz R. Pichler S. Szeider H. Tompits H. Veith G. Weissenbacher * POSITIONS AND FUNDING We are looking for 1-2 doctoral students per faculty member, where 30% of the positions are reserved for highly qualified female candidates. The doctoral positions are funded for a period of 3 years according to the funding scheme of the Austrian Science Fund (details: http://www.fwf.ac.at/de/projects/personalkostensaetze.html) The funding can be extended for one additional year contingent on a placement at one of our international partner institutions. * CURRENT RESEARCH AREAS At the moment we are particularly looking for people in the following areas: - Answer Set Programming - Model Checking - Proof Theory and Automated Deduction - QBF-solving - Static Analysis and Abstract Interpretation * HOW TO APPLY Detailed information about the application process is available on the LogiCS web-page http://logic-cs.at/phd/ The applicants are expected to have completed an excellent diploma or master's degree in computer science, mathematics, or a related field. Candidates with comparable achievements will be considered on a case-by-case basis. Applications by the candidates need to be submitted electronically. Applications can be submitted at any time. Next application Deadline: July 1, 2015. * HIGHEST QUALITY OF LIFE The Austrian cities Vienna, Graz, and Linz, located close to the Alps and surrounded by beautiful nature, provide an exceptionally high quality of life, with a vibrant cultural scene, numerous cultural events, world-famous historical sites, a large international community, a varied cuisine and famous coffee houses. * For further information please contact: email@example.com
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