SIGLOG Monthly 180 March 1, 2016 ******************************************************************* * 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 2016 - Call for Student Volunteers 2016 SIGLOG Election - Update ACM SIGLOG Announcement * DEADLINES Forthcoming Deadlines * CALLS M4C 2016 - Call for Abstracts CPS Week 2016 - Call for Participation CCC 2015 - Second call for submission QPL 2016 - Second Call for Papers CCA 2016 - First Call for Papers FM 2016 - Call for Workshop Proposals RuleML 2016 - Call for Papers Smart Contracts, Blockchain, and Rules Track of RuleML 2016 - Call for Papers WoLLIC 2016 - Call for Papers HaPoP 2016 - Call for Papers LFCS 30TH ANNIVERSARY CELEBRATION + WADLERFEST - Call for Participation HDRA 2016 - Call for Papers FORMATS 2016 - First Call for Papers GETFUN 4.0 - Call for Papers HSST 2016 - Call for Participation and Abstracts SYNT 2016 - Call for Papers FMICS-AVoCS 2016 - Call for Papers WISTP 2016 - Call For Papers FMCAD 2016 - Call For Papers CRITIS 2016 - Call For Papers RV 2016 - Call For Papers ILP2016 - Call For Papers SETTA 2016 - Call For Papers RuleML 2016 Challenge - Call for Papers SECURECOMM 2016 - Call For Papers TIME 2016 - First Call for Papers SSBSS 2016 - Call for Participation * JOB ANNOUNCEMENTS PHD & POSTDOC POSITION AT TU DORTMUND PHD STUDENTSHIP IN THE HISTORY AND PHILOSOPHY OF COMPUTING PHD & POSTDOC POSITION AT JACOBS UNIVERSITY BREMEN THIRTY-FIRST ANNUAL ACM/IEEE SYMPOSIUM ON LOGIC IN COMPUTER SCIENCE (LICS 2016) Call for Student Volunteers July 5-8, 2016, New York City, USA * APPLICATION FORM: http://goo.gl/forms/7f4Pg6blBU * APPLICATION DEADLINE: 1 May 2016 at 23:59 EST * DETAILS: http://lics.siglog.org/lics16/volunteers.html * LICS 2016 will be held in New York City from July 5-8 2016, with affiliated workshops July 9-10. The LICS 2016 Program for Student Volunteers gives full- or part-time university students from around the world the opportunity to attend and contribute to a premier forum for all areas of logic in computer science. As a LICS 2016 Student Volunteer, you will interact closely with researchers, academics and practitioners from various disciplines and meet other students from around the world. * LICS is pleased to offer a number of opportunities for student volunteers, who are vital to the efficient operation and continued success of the conference each year. The student volunteer program is a chance for students from around the world to participate in the conferences whilst assisting us in preparing and running the event. * Job assignments for student volunteers include assisting with technical sessions, workshops, tutorials and panels, checking badges at doors, operating the information desk, helping with traffic flow, and general assistance to keep the conferences running smoothly. * In return, volunteers are granted free registration to the conferences free access to affiliated workshops, and free access to the Logic Mentoring Workshop (LMW). * All students are required to submit the online application by the deadline listed above. Late applications will be accepted only if there is space available. * For additional information, clarification, or answers to questions please contact the Conference Chair (Eric Koskinen) at firstname.lastname@example.org. For further details, please see this web page: http://lics.siglog.org/lics16/volunteers.html 2016 SIGLOG ELECTION (respectfully submitted by Dale Miller, Chair of the Nominating Committee) * PROCEDURE The Nominating Committee for the 2016 SIGLOG election has submitted the following ballot to the ACM. The candidates are listed in the order they confirmed their participation with the committee. Information about the nomination procedure, including the option to petition to be on the ballot, can be found at http://www.acm.org/sigs/elections/pol_proc/. Vision statements from all the candidates will be collected and distributed to all SIGLOG members early in 2016. * MESSAGE I wish to thank all those who have volunteered to be on the ballot. The enthusiasm shown by the many who responded demonstrates that there is very strong interest in SIGLOG and its future. * CURRENT BALLOT - Chair 1 Prakash Panangaden 2 Prasad Sistla 3 Simona Ronchi Della Rocca 4 Frank de Boer - Vice Chair 1 Luke Ong 2 Frank Pfenning 3 Martin Hofmann 4 Leszek Pacholski 5 Veronique Cortier - Treasurer 1 Natarajan Shankar 2 R. Ramanujam 3 Vivek Nigam 4 Amy Felty - Secretary 1 Alexandra Silva 2 Elaine Pimentel 3 Zakaria Chihani 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 * M4C 216 Call for abstracts 8-13 May 2016, Abtei Niederaltaich, Lower Bavaria, Germany http://mathematics4computation.org/ Titles and abstracts deadline: 7th March 2016 * CPS Week 2016 Call for Participation http://www.cpsweek.org/2016/ (Early registration until 11 March 2016 * CCC 2015 Call for submission (Extended Deadline) Deadline for submission: 15 March 2016 * QPL 2016 Second Call for papers June 6-10, 2016, University of Strathclyde, Glasgow, Scotland http://qpl2016.cis.strath.ac.uk Submission: March 13, 2016 * CCA 2016 First Call for Papers June 15-17, 2016, Faro, Portugal http://cca-net.de/cca2016/ Submission deadline: March 14, 2016 (two-page abstracts) * FM 2016 Call for Workshop Proposals Limassol, Cyprus, 7-11 November 2016 http://fm2016.cs.ucy.ac.cy Deadline for workshop proposals: 18 March 2016 * RuleML 2016 Call for Papers 5-8 July, 2016, New York, USA http://2016.ruleml.org/calls Title and Abstract: March 11, 2016 Paper Submission: March 18, 2016 * Smart Contracts, Blockchain, and Rules Track of RuleML 2016 Call for Papers 6-9 July, 2016, Stony Brook University, USA http://2016.ruleml.org/calls/blockchain-enabled-smart-contracts-and-rules Title and Abstract: March 11, 2016 Paper Submission: March 18, 2016 * WoLLIC 2016 Call for Papers August 16th-19th, 2016, Puebla, Mexico http://wollic.org.wollic2016/ Mar 21, 2016: Full paper deadline * HaPoP 2016 June 25, 2016, CNAM, Paris, France www.hapoc.org/hapop3 http://hapoc.org/node/167 Submission deadline: March 31, 2016 * LFCS 30TH ANNIVERSARY CELEBRATION + WADLERFEST Call for Participation 11-13 April 2016, Edinburgh LFCS30: http://events.inf.ed.ac.uk/lfcs30/ WadlerFest: http://events.inf.ed.ac.uk/wf2016/ * HDRA 2016 Call for Papers 25-26 June 2016, Porto, Portugal http://hdra.gforge.inria.fr/ Co-located with the FSCD conference Submission: 15 April, 2016 * FORMATS 2016 First Call for Papers August 24-26, 2016, Quebec City, Canada http://formats2016.lsv.fr Abstract Submission: April 15, 2016 Paper Submission: April 22, 2016 * GETFUN 4.0 Call For Papers Jul 1-2, 2016, Coimbra, Portugal http://sqig.math.ist.utl.pt/GeTFun/4.0 Abstract Submission: April 15, 2016 * HSST 2016 Call for participation and abstracts June 13 - 16, 2016, Halmstad University, Sweden http://ceres.hh.se/mediawiki/index.php/HSST_2016 * SYNT 2016 - First Call for Papers Toronto, Canada, July 17, 2016 http://formal.epfl.ch/synt/2016/ Paper submission: April 22, 2016 * FMICS-AVoCS 2016 Call for Papers 26-29 September 2016, Pisa, Italy http://fmics-avocs.isti.cnr.it/ Abstract submission: April 18, 2016 Paper submission: April 25, 2016 * WISTP 2016 Call for Papers Heraklion, Crete, Greece -- 26-27 September 2016 http://www.wistp.org/ Paper Submission due: 3 May 2016 * FMCAD 2016 First Call for Papers Mountain View, CA, USA, October 3-6, 2016 http://www.fmcad.org/FMCAD16 Abstract Submission: May 02, 2016 Paper Submission: May 09, 2016 * CRITIS 2016 Call for Papers Paris, France, October 10-12, 2016 http://www.critis2016.org Submission of full papers: May 10, 2016 * RV 2016 - 1st Call for Papers September 23-30, Madrid, Spain http://rv2016.imag.fr Abstract deadline: May 8, 2016 Paper and tutorial deadline: May 15, 2016 * ILP2016 - Call For Papers Call For Papers September 4th - 6th, 2016, London, UK http://ilp16.doc.ic.ac.uk Long paper submission: 13 May 2016 Short Paper submission: 24 July 2016 * SETTA 2016 Call for Papers Nov. 9-11, 2016, Beijing, China http://lcs.ios.ac.cn/setta/ Abstract Submission: May 12, 2016 Full Paper Submission: May 19, 2016 * RuleML 2016 Challenge Call for Papers 6-9 July, 2016, Stony Brook University, USA http://2016.ruleml.org/challenge Paper Submission: June 1st, 2016 * SECURECOMM 2016 Call For Papers October 10-12, 2016, Guangzhou, People's Rupublic of China http://securecomm.org Paper Submission due: June 15, 2016 * TIME 2016 First Call for Papers October 17-19, 2016, Technical University of Denmark, Denmark http://time2016.compute.dtu.dk/ Paper submission: June 20th, 2016 * SSBSS 2016 Call for Participation 8-14 July 2016, Volterra (Pisa), Tuscany, Italy INTERNATIONAL WORKSHOP "MATHEMATICS FOR COMPUTATION" (M4C) Call for abstracts 8-13 May 2016, Abtei Niederaltaich, Lower Bavaria, Germany http://mathematics4computation.org/ * This workshop, to be held on the occasion of Douglas Bridges's 70th birthday in 2015, will focus on recent results in the interplay between mathematics and computation. Please refer to http://mathematics4computation.org/ for more details such as registration process, abstract submission and student grants. * IMPORTANT DEADLINES - Titles and abstracts: 7th March 2016 - Authors notification: 11th March 2016 - Applications for student grants: 7th March 2016 - Applicants notification: 11th March 2016 - Registration closes: 15th March 2016 * TOPICS WILL INCLUDE constructive mathematics type theory formal topology proof theory reverse mathematics proof complexity logic and complexity computable mathematics foundations of mathematics * INVITED SPEAKERS Josef Berger Ulrich Berger Douglas Bridges Agata Ciabattoni Thierry Coquand Fernando Ferreira Peter Hancock Martin Hyland Angus Macintyre Maarten McKubre-Jordens Yiannis Moschovakis Erik Palmgren Joan Rand-Moschovakis Michael Rathjen Giuseppe Rosolini Giovanni Sambin Monika Seisenberger Bas Spitters Neil Thapen Henry Towsner * PROGRAMME COMMITTEE CHAIR Olaf Beyersdorff CPS WEEK 2016 Call for Participation 11 - 14 April 2016, Vienna, Austria http://www.cpsweek.org/2016/ * CPS Week is the premier event on Cyber-Physical Systems. It brings together four top conferences, HSCC, ICCPS, IPSN, and RTAS, four summits, six tutorials, 20 workshops, a localization competition and various exhibitions from both industry and academia. This year we are also very pleased to inform you that the ARTEMIS Spring event will be organized co-located with the CPS Week. At the end of the CPS Week, PhD students can take the opportunity to attend also the RiSE & LogiCS Spring School on Logic and Verification. Altogether the CPS Week program covers a multitude of complementary aspects of CPS, and reunites the leading researchers in this dynamic field. * Early registration until 11 March 2016 * There are several travel stipends for students available * Keynote Speakers - Tue April 12: Scientific Keynote Rajeev Alur, Zisman Family Professor, Computer and Information Science, UPenn, USA - Wed April 13: Industrial Keynotes Smart Mobility: Ken Butts, Executive Engineer, Powertrain Control, Toyota, USA - Smart Grid: Rada Rodriguez, CEO Schneider Electric, Germany - Internet of Things: Joe Salvo, Dir. of CS and Arch., GE Global Research, USA - Industry 4.0: Sabine Herlitschka, CEO Infineon Austria - Thu April 14: Scientific Keynote Tomasso Poggio, Eugene McDermott Professor, Brain and Cognitive Sciences, CSAIL, MIT, USA - Morning and Banquet Opening Speakers - Tue April 12: Morning Opening Address Johannes Frohlich, Vice Rector for Research and Innovation, Technische Universitat Wien, Austria - Wed April 13: Morning Opening Address Michael Wiesmuller, Head of Department for ICT, Industrial & Nano Technologies and Space Austrian Federal Ministry of Transport, Innovation and Technology (BMVIT) - Wed April 13: Banquet Opening Address Bernd Rosauer, Head of Research, Technology Field IT Platforms Siemens AG, Corporate Technology Heinrich Daembkes, Airbus Defence and Space President of ARTEMIS Industry Association - Thu April 14: Morning Opening Address Max Lemke, Directorate General CONNECT of the European Commission CONTINUITY, COMPUTABILITY, CONSTRUCTIVITY: FROM LOGIC TO ALGORITHMS 2015 (CCC 2015) Call for submission - postproceedings * After a further year of successful work in the EU-IRSES project COMPUTAL and an excellent workshop in Kochel (Germany) in September this year, we are planning to publish a collection of papers dedicated to the meeting and the project as a part of LOGICAL METHODS IN COMPUTER SCIENCE. The issue should reflect progress made in Computable Analysis and related areas, not only work in the project. Submissions are welcome from all scientists and should be on topics in the spectrum from logic to algorithms including, but not limited to, Computable analysis Complexity of real number computations Computing with continuous data Domain theory and analysis Randomness and computable measure theory Models of computation with real numbers Realizability theory and analysis Reverse analysis Exact real number computation Program extraction in analysis. * EDITORS: Ulrich Berger (Swansea, UK) Willem Fouche (UNISA, Pretoria) Arno Pauly (Brussels, Belgium) Dieter Spreen (Siegen, Germany) Martin Ziegler (KAIST, South Korea) * DEADLINE FOR SUBMISSION: 15 March 2016 If you intend to submit a paper, please send a corresponding email to email@example.com untill 15 February 2016 You will then receive concrete submission instructions and a Special-Issue-Code allowing you to submit your paper for the special issue. THE 13TH INTERNATIONAL WORKSHOP ON QUANTUM PHYSICS AND LOGIC (QPL 2016) Second call for papers June 6-10, 2016, University of Strathclyde, Glasgow, Scotland http://qpl2016.cis.strath.ac.uk Submission: March 13, 2016 * The 13th International Workshop on Quantum Physics and Logic (QPL) will take place at the University of Strathclyde between Tuesday 7 and Friday 10 June, 2016. The workshop brings together researchers working on mathematical foundations of quantum physics, quantum computing, and related areas, with a focus on structural perspectives and the use of logical tools, ordered algebraic and category-theoretic structures, formal languages, semantical methods, and other computer science techniques applied to the study of physical behaviour in general. * INVITED SPEAKERS - Elham Kashefi (University of Edinburgh) - Tom Leinster (University of Edinburgh, to be confirmed) - Krysta Svore (Microsoft Research) - Stephanie Wehner (Technical University Delft) * PROGRAM CHAIRS Ross Duncan (University of Strathclyde) Chris Heunen (University of Edinburgh) * SATELLITES On Monday June 6 there will be tutorial lectures. More details will be announced later.On Saturday June 11 there will be a satellite workshop on "Semantic spaces at the intersection of natural language processing, physics, and cognitive science". More details can be found at: https://www.sites.google.com/site/semspworkshop. * IMPORTANT DATES Submission: March 13, 2016 Notification: April 24 Papers ready: May 29 Tutorials: June 6 Workshop: June 7-10 * REGISTRATION AND SUPPORT We encourage participation of graduate students and those with caregiving responsibilities. We hope to be able to provide limited financial support for travel and accommodations; COMPUTABILITY AND COMPLEXITY IN ANALYSIS (CCA 2016) First Call for Papers June 15-17, 2016, Faro, Portugal http://cca-net.de/cca2016/ Submission deadline: March 14, 2016 (two-page abstracts) * Topics: computable analysis; complexity on real numbers; constructive analysis; domain theory and analysis; theory of representations; computable numbers, subsets and functions; randomness and computable measure theory; models of computability on real numbers; realizability theory and analysis; reverse analysis; real number algorithms; implementation of exact real number arithmetic. * Detailed information can be found on the webpage. THE 21ST INTERNATIONAL SYMPOSIUM ON FORMAL METHODS (FM 2016) Call for Workshop Proposals Limassol, Cyprus, 7-11 November 2016 http://fm2016.cs.ucy.ac.cy * FM 2016 is the latest in a series of symposia organized by Formal Methods Europe, an independent association that encourages the use of, and research on, formal methods for the engineering of computer-based systems and software. * FM workshops will be held immediately before the main symposium, on 7-8 November, 2016. * Researchers and practitioners wishing to organize a workshop are invited to submit proposals in PDF format by e-mail to the Workshops Chairs Nearchos Paspallis (firstname.lastname@example.org) and Martin Steffen (email@example.com). * For additional information, see http://fm2016.cs.ucy.ac.cy * IMPORTANT DATES - Deadline for workshop proposals: 18 March 2016 - Notification of decision on workshops: 4 April 2016 THE 10TH INTERNATIONAL WEB RULE SYMPOSIUM (RULEML 2016) Call for Papers 5-8 July, 2016, New York, USA http://2016.ruleml.org/calls Title and Abstract: March 11, 2016 Paper Submission: March 18, 2016 * The annual International Web Rule Symposium (RuleML) is the leading international event in the field of rules and their applications. RuleML 2016, the tenth event in this series, will be held at Stony Brook University, USA. RuleML is the leading conference to build bridges between academia and industry in the field of rules and its applications, especially as part of the semantic technology stack. It is devoted to rule-based programming and rule-based systems including production rules systems, logic programming rule engines, and business rules engines/business rules management systems; Semantic Web rule languages and rule standards (e.g., RuleML, SWRL, RIF, PRR, SBVR, DMN, CL, Prolog); rule-based event processing languages (EPLs) and technologies; and research on inference rules, transformation rules, decision rules, production rules, and ECA rules. * RuleML 2016 will host multiple special tracks, as well as hosting the 10th International Rule Challenge, and the 6th RuleML Doctoral Consortium. Special topic tracks: Smart Contracts, Blockchain and Rules Track, Constraint Handling Rules Track, Event Driven Architectures and Active Database Systems Track, Legal Rules and Reasoning Track, Rule- and Ontology-Based Data Access and Transformation Track, and Rule Induction and Learning Track. * Industry Track The RuleML 2016 Industry Track targets businesses and the private sector interested in sharing, exploring, and learning about the use of rules and rule technologies for solving real life business problems. * Further details: http://2016.ruleml.org/calls * RuleML main track and special tracks dates (not including Industry Track): - Register Title and Abstract in Easychair March 11, 2016 - Paper Submission: March 18, 2016 - Author Notification May 4, 2016 - Camera Ready May 18, 2016 - Conference: 5-8 July, 2016 SMART CONTRACTS, BLOCKCHAIN, AND RULES TRACK of RULEML 2016 Call for Papers 6-9 July, 2016, Stony Brook University, USA http://2016.ruleml.org/calls/blockchain-enabled-smart-contracts-and-rules * Smart Contracts have emerged as means to digitalize and (semi-)automatically enforce (legal) contracts, backed by blockchain technologies --- a set of recent technologies that appeared the first time in the context of the cryptocurrencies bitcoin, but are now being transitioned to different domains. Smart contracts are envisioned to essentially be user-defined programs that specify rules governing transactions, and that are enforced by a distributed network of peers. Traditional rule technologies have a high relevance in the context of Smart Contracts - they can be used for specification, reasoning, and enforcement of smart contracts, among others. At the same time, Smart Contracts represent a potential new application area of traditional rule technologies. The goal of this track is to identify opportunities and challenges for use of rule technologies in Smart Contracts, eventually shaping a better understanding of what Smart Contracts actually are and what they could be used for. During the last years the International Web Rule Symposium (RuleML) has been a leading international conference on research, applications, languages and standards for rule technologies. Due to the relevance of rules in Smart Contracts, it is natural that the emerging area of Smart Contracts finds RuleML a relevant venue for dissemination and that RuleML uses this opportunity to expand the applicability of rule technologies. * Important dates: Register Title and Abstract in Easychair: March 11, 2016 Paper Submission: March 18, 2016 Author Notification: May 4, 2016 Camera Ready: May 18, 2016 Conference: 6-9 July, 2016 23rd WORKSHOP ON LOGIC, LANGUAGE, INFORMATION AND COMPUTATION (WoLLIC 2016) Call for Papers August 16th-19th, 2016, Puebla, Mexico http://wollic.org.wollic2016/ * 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. * Contributions are invited on all pertinent subjects, with particular interest in cross-disciplinary topics. Typical but not exclusive areas of interest are: foundations of computing and programming; novel computation models and paradigms; broad notions of proof and belief; proof mining, type theory, effective learnability; formal methods in software and hardware development; logical approach to natural language and reasoning; logics of programs, actions and resources; foundational aspects of information organization, search, flow, sharing, and protection; foundations of mathematics; philosophical logic. * IMPORTANT DATES: - Mar 14, 2016: Paper title and abstract deadline - Mar 21, 2016: Full paper deadline, - Apr 22, 2016: Author notification - May 6, 2016: Final version deadline (firm). THIRD SYMPOSIUM FOR HISTORY AND PHILOSOPHY OF PROGRAMMING (HaPoP 2016) Call for Papers June 25, 2016, CNAM, Paris, France www.hapoc.org/hapop3 http://hapoc.org/node/167 Submission deadline: March 31, 2016 An affiliated event of CiE 2016, Paris * AIMS: The aim of the current symposium is to offer an opportunity for historical and philosophical reflection on operating systems and the programs they coordinate. Our approach is interdisciplinarity and openness towards different fields relevant to HaPoC. We were and are strongly convinced that such trans- and interdisciplinarity is necessary if one wants to reflect on a discipline such as computer science with its multidimensional nature. The current symposium will be organized in a similar manner and invites researchers coming from a diversity of backgrounds, including historians, philosophers, logicians and computer scientists who want to engage with topics relevant to the history and philosophy of programming and more specifically that of operating systems. * TOPICS of the symposium include but are not restricted to historical and philosophical reflections on: - Origin, evolution and future of OSs - Design and Epistemology of User Interfaces - Principles of Data Access, Control and Sharing, especially in relation to OSs (e.g. the Bell-La Padula model) - Privacy and Security in OSs - Batch processing and time sharing systems - Models, problems and techniques of concurrency, parallelism and distributed systems - Open source vs corporate software - Programming paradigms and techniques (e.g. pair-programming) * IMPORTANT DATES: - Submission deadline: March 31, 2016 - Notification of acceptance: April 22, 2016 * INVITED SPEAKERS: - Daniel Glazman (Disruptive Innovations) - Warren Toomey (Bond University, Australia) * SYMPOSIUM CHAIRS: Liesbeth De Mol (CNRS, UMR8163), Raphael Fournier-S'niehotta (CNAM), Baptiste Meles (CNRS, UMR7117), Giuseppe Primiero (Middlesex University) LFCS 30TH ANNIVERSARY CELEBRATION + WADLERFEST Call for Participation 11-13 April 2016, Edinburgh LFCS30: http://events.inf.ed.ac.uk/lfcs30/ WadlerFest: http://events.inf.ed.ac.uk/wf2016/ * Founded in 1986 by Rod Burstall, Robin Milner, Gordon Plotkin and Matthew Hennessy, the Laboratory for Foundations of Computer Science is a community of theoretical computer scientists with interests in research topics such as concurrency, semantics, categories, algebra, types, logic, algorithms, complexity, databases, and modelling, and their applications in Computer Science and beyond. LFCS30, a celebration of thirty years of innovation in these areas, will take place in Edinburgh on 13th April with a programme of talks from current and former members of the LFCS, visitors, and friends. * LFCS30 will be preceded by WadlerFest, a celebration of Philip Wadler's 60th birthday, on 11-12 April. Phil will be presented with a festschrift entitled "A list of successes that can change the world". * For more information and registration instructions, see the above webpages. SECOND EDITION OF THE WORKSHOP ON HIGHER-DIMENSIONAL REWRITING AND APPLICATIONS (HDRA 2016) Call for Papers 25-26 June 2016, Porto, Portugal http://hdra.gforge.inria.fr/ Co-located with the FSCD conference * Over recent years, rewriting methods have been generalized from strings and terms to richer algebraic structures such as operads, monoidal categories, and more generally higher-dimensional categories. These extensions of rewriting fit in the general scope of higher-dimensional rewriting theory, which has emerged as a unifying algebraic framework. This approach allows one to perform homotopical and homological analysis of rewriting systems (Squier theory). It also provides new computational methods in the study of coherence of higher-dimensional algebraic structures, in combinatorial algebra (Artin-Tits monoids, Coxeter and Garside structures), in homotopical and homological algebra (construction of cofibrant replacements, Koszulness property). The workshop is open to all topics concerning higher-dimensional generalizations and applications of rewriting theory, including - higher-dimensional rewriting: polygraphs / computads, higher-dimensional generalizations of string/term/graph rewriting systems, etc. - homotopical invariants of rewriting systems: homotopical and homological finiteness properties, Squier theory, algebraic Morse theory, coherence results in algebra and higher-dimensional category theory, etc. - linear rewriting: presentations and resolutions of algebras and operads, Grobner bases and generalizations, homotopy and homology of algebras and operads, Koszul duality theory, etc. - applications of higher-dimensional and linear rewriting and their interactions with other fields: calculi for quantum computations, algebraic lambda-calculi, proof nets, topological models for concurrency, homotopy type theory, combinatorial group theory, etc. - implementations: the workshop will also be interested in implementation issues in higher-dimensional rewriting and will allow demonstrations of prototypes of existing and new tools in higher-dimensional rewriting. * Invited speakers - Michael Batanin (to be confirmed) - Joachim Kock - Pawel Sobocinski * Important dates - Submission: 15 April, 2016 - Notification: 11 May, 2016 - Final version: 27 May, 2016 - Conference: 25-26 June, 2016 * Organizers - Yves Guiraud (INRIA / Universite Paris 7) - Philippe Malbos (Universite Claude Bernard Lyon 1) - Samuel Mimram (Ecole Polytechnique) 14TH INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ON FORMAL MODELING AND ANALYSIS OF TIMED SYSTEMS (FORMATS 2016) First Call for Papers http://formats2016.lsv.fr August 24-26, 2016, Quebec City, Canada colocated with CONCUR'16 and QEST'16 Submission: April 15 (Abstract), April 22 (Paper) * Topics - Foundations and Semantics Theoretical foundations of timed systems and languages; new models and logics or analysis and comparison of existing models (like automata, Petri nets, or process algebras involving quantitative time; hybrid automata; probabilistic automata and logics). - Methods and Tools Techniques, algorithms, data structures, and software tools for analyzing or synthesizing timed or hybrid systems and for resolving temporal constraints (scheduling, worst-case execution time analysis, optimization, model checking, testing, constraint solving, etc.) - Applications: Adaptation and specialization of timing technology in application domains in which timing plays an important role (real-time software, embedded control, hardware circuits, and problems of scheduling in manufacturing and telecommunication). * Submission site: https://easychair.org/conferences/?conf=formats2016 * Important Dates - Abstract Submission: April 15, 2016 - Paper Submission: April 22, 2016 - Notification: June 4, 2016 - Final paper due: June 11, 2016 - Conference: August 24-26, 2016 * General Chair - Josee Desharnais, (U. Laval, Canada) * PC Charis - Martin Franzle (U. Oldenburg, Germany) - Nicolas Markey (U. Paris-Saclay, France) * Invited Speakers - Scott Smolka, (U. Stony Brook, USA) - Ufuk Topcu, (U. Texas, USA) 4TH WORKSHOP ON COMPOSITIONAL MEANING IN LOGIC (GETFUN 4.0) Jul 1-2, 2016, Coimbra, Portugal http://sqig.math.ist.utl.pt/GeTFun/4.0 * Affiliated with IJCAR 2016 http://www.uc.pt/en/congressos/ijcar2016 * Abstract submission deadline: 15 Apr 2016 THE 6TH HALMSTAD SUMMER SCHOOL ON TESTING (HSST 2016) Call for participation and abstracts June 13 - 16, 2016, Halmstad University, Sweden http://ceres.hh.se/mediawiki/index.php/HSST_2016 * SCOPE. Software testing accounts for a major part of software development cost and effort, yet the current practice of software testing is often insufficiently structured and disciplined. There have been various attempts in the past decades to bring more rigour and structure into this field, resulting in several industrial-strength processes, techniques and tools for different levels of testing. The 6th Halmstad Summer School on Testing provides an overview of the state of the art in testing, including theory, industrial cases, tools and hands-on tutorials by internationally-renowned researchers. * TUTORIALS. - Automatic Software Verification with the Infer Static Analyzer (Dino Distefano, Queen Mary, University of London and Facebook, UK) - Testing and Verification Methods for Many-Core Concurrency (Alastair F. Donaldson, Imperial College, UK) - Is Mutation Analysis Ready for Prime Time? (Jeff Offutt, George Mason University, USA) - Fault Model-Based Testing from State-Oriented Models (Alexandre Petrenko, Computer Research Institute of Montreal (CRIM), Canada) - The Role of Testing and Tools for Innovation (Per Runeson, Lund University, Sweden) - Fault Tree Analysis (Marielle Stoelinga, University of Twente, The Netherlands) * Ph.D. Symposium We have 6 time slots for Ph.D. presentations, where each student gets to present her/his research project (and possibly results) and receive feedback from our experts. We solicit abstracts of 2 pages in the EasyChair Style in order to make a selection (see:http://www.easychair.org/publications/for_authors ). The abstract should contain a clear overview of the problem description, approach, (existing results, if any,) and future milestone. Abstract submissions can be made already via https://easychair.org/conferences/?conf=hsst2016 . * IMPORTANT DATES - The deadline for submissions is May 15, 2016. - The registration deadline is April 15, 2016. * Further details: http://ceres.hh.se/mediawiki/index.php/HSST_2016 5TH WORKSHOP ON SYNTHESIS (SYNT 2016) Call For Papers Toronto, Canada, July 17, 2016 http://formal.epfl.ch/synt/2016/ * Contributions of interest include algorithms, complexity and decidability analysis, as well as reproducible heuristics, implemented tools, and experimental evaluation. * Application domains include software, hardware, embedded, and cyberphysical systems. Computation models include functional, reactive, hybrid and timed systems. Identifying, formalizing, and evaluating synthesis in particular application domains is encouraged. * Of interest are both approaches that explore alternative development methods and approaches that improve upon the automation of design, compilation, and optimization techniques currently in widespread use. * All appropriate underlying methods are of interest, including above formal methods and techniques that build upon computer-aided verification, but also machine learning techniques. All formalizable forms of specifications of potential practical interest are considered, including contracts, temporal logic specifications, quantitative objectives, partial systems, and input/output examples. * Of great interest is understanding and making productive use of relationships between synthesis and related topics such as repair, fault localization, testing, discovery of inductive invariants, parameter optimization, constraints solving, theorem proving (including SMT, superposition-based, inductive, and higher-order theorem proving). * We strongly encourage submissions that will connect current advances in synthesis and the area of inductive programming. * Submission details: http://formal.epfl.ch/synt/2016/ * Important dates: - Paper submission: April 22, 2016 - Author notification: May 30, 2016 - Workshop: July 17, 2016 * Program Chairs: - Rayna Dimitrova (MPI-SWS) - Ruzica Piskac (Yale University) * SYNT 2016 is a satellite event of CAV 2016 and will take place on July 17 in Toronto, Canada. INTERNATIONAL WORKSHOP ON FORMAL METHODS FOR INDUSTRIAL CRITICAL SYSTEMS AND AUTOMATED VERIFICATION OF CRITICAL SYSTEMS (FMICS-AVoCS 2016) 26-29 September 2016, Pisa, Italy http://fmics-avocs.isti.cnr.it/ Preliminary Call for Papers * AIMS: The aim of the FMICS workshop series is to provide a forum for researchers who are interested in the development and application of formal methods in industry. The aim of the AVoCS workshop series is to contribute to the interaction and exchange of ideas among members of the international research community on tools and techniques for the verification of critical systems. In 2016, FMICS and AVoCS join their forces to hold a workshop combining their themes on Formal Methods and Automated Verification. For FMICS, this will be the 21st, for AVoCS the 16th edition. In particular, FMICS-AVoCS 2016 aims to bring together scientists and engineers that are active in the area of formal methods, develop tools and techniques for the automated verification of critical systems, and are interested in exchanging their experiences in the industrial usage of these methods and tools. * IMPORTANT DATES - Abstract submission: April 18, 2016 - Paper submission: April 25, 2016 - Notification: June 19, 2016 - Final version: July 10, 2016 - Workshop: September 26-29, 2016 * TOPICS of interest include (but are not limited to): - Design, specification, refinement, code generation and testing of critical systems based on formal methods - Methods, techniques and tools to support automated analysis, certification, debugging, learning, optimization and transformation of critical systems, in particular distributed, real-time systems and embedded systems - Automated verification (model checking, theorem proving, SAT/SMT constraint solving, abstract interpretation, etc.) of critical systems - Verification and validation methods that address shortcomings of existing methods with respect to their industrial applicability (e.g., scalability and usability issues) - Tools for the development of formal design descriptions - Case studies and experience reports on industrial applications of formal methods, focusing on lessons learned or identification of new research directions - Impact of the adoption of formal methods on the development process and associated costs - Application of formal methods in standardization and industrial forums * GENERAL CHAIR - Maurice ter Beek (ISTI-CNR, Pisa, Italy) * PC CHAIRS - Stefania Gnesi (ISTI-CNR, Pisa, Italy) - Alexander Knapp (Augsburg University, Germany) 10TH WISTP INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ON INFORMATION SECURITY THEORY, AND PRACTICE (WISTP 2016) Call for papers Heraklion, Crete, Greece -- 26-27 September 2016 http://www.wistp.org/ * The 10th WISTP International Conference on Information Security Theory and Practice (WISTP 2016) see ks original submissions from academia and industry presenting novel research on all theoretical and practical aspects of security and privacy, as well as experimental studies of fielded systems, the application of security technology, the implementation of systems, and lessons learned. We encourage submissions from other communities such as law, business, and policy that present these communities' perspectives on technological issues. * Important dates: - Paper Submission due: 3 May 2016 - Notification to authors: 4 July 2016 - Camera ready due: 14 July 2016 * Detailed information can be found on the webpage. INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ON FORMAL METHODS IN COMPUTER-AIDED DESIGN (FMCAD 2016) First Call for Papers Mountain View, CA, USA, October 3-6, 2016 http://www.fmcad.org/FMCAD16 * TOPICS OF INTEREST FMCAD welcomes submission of papers reporting original research on advances in all aspects of formal methods technology and its application to computer-aided design. Topics of interest include (but are not limited to): -- Model checking, theorem proving, equivalence checking, abstraction and reduction, compositional methods, decision procedures at the bit- and word-level, probabilistic methods, combinations of deductive methods and decision procedures. -- Synthesis and compilation for computer system descriptions, modeling, specification, and implementation languages, formal semantics of languages and their subsets, model-based design, design derivation and transformation, correct-by-construction methods. -- Application of formal and semi-formal methods to functional and non-functional specification and validation of hardware and software, including timing and power modeling, verification of computing systems on all levels of abstraction, system-level design and verification for embedded and cyberphysical systems, hardware- software co-design and verification, transaction-level verification. -- Experience with the application of formal and semi-formal methods to industrial-scale designs; tools that represent formal verification enablement, new features, or a substantial improvement in the automation of formal methods. -- Application of formal methods in areas beyond computer systems, including formal methods describing processes studied in other areas of science, engineering, and humanities. -- (New) Application of formal methods to verifying safety, connectivity and security properties of networks and distributed systems. * IMPORTANT DATES (AoE) - Abstract Submission: May 02, 2016 - Paper Submission: May 09, 2016 - Author Response Period: June 17-21, 2016 - Author Notification: July 09, 2016 - Camera-Ready Version: Aug 09, 2016 - FMCAD Tutorial Day: October 3, 2016 - FMCAD Regular Program: October 4-6, 2016 * SUBMISSIONS: see http://www.fmcad.org/FMCAD16 * PROGRAM CHAIRS: - Muralidhar Talupur, FormalSim Inc - Helmut Veith, Technische Universitaet Wien THE 11TH INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ON CRITICAL INFORMATION INFRASTRUCTURES SECURITY (CRITIS 2016) Call for Papers Paris, France, October 10-12, 2016 http://www.critis2016.org * CRITIS 2016 covers five thematic foci. Paper submissions should focus on one of the following topics: - Technologies: Innovative responses for the protection of cyber-physical systems - Procedures and organisational aspects in C(I)IP: Policies, best practices and lessons learned - Advances in Human Factors, decision support, and cross-sector CI(I)P approaches - focus on end-users - Special private stakeholder session opic - Young CRITIS and CIPRNet Young CRITIS Award (CYCA) Full details available at http://www.critis2016.org * Important Dates: - Submission of full papers: May 10, 2016 - Notification of acceptance: July 15, 2016 - Camera-ready papers: September 1, 2016 - CRITIS 2016 event: October 10-12, 2016 * General Chairs - Jean-Pierre Loubinoux, General Director of UIC, represented by UIC Security Division * Program Chairs - Roberto Setola, Universita Campus Bio-Medico di Roma - Hypatia Nassopoulos, Ecole des Ingenieurs de la Ville de Paris, France 16TH INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ON RUNTIME VERIFICATION (RV 2016) September 23-30, Madrid, Spain http://rv2016.imag.fr * SCOPE: Runtime verification is concerned with monitoring and analysis of software and hardware system executions. Runtime verification techniques are crucial for system correctness, reliability, and robustness; they are significantly more powerful and versatile than conventional testing, and more practical than exhaustive formal verification. Runtime verification can be used prior to deployment, for testing, verification, and debugging purposes, and after deployment for ensuring reliability, safety, and security and for providing fault containment and recovery as well as online system repair. Topics of interest to the conference include: - specification languages - specification mining - program instrumentation - monitor construction techniques - logging, recording, and replay - runtime enforcement, fault detection, localization, containment, recovery and repair - program steering and adaptation - metrics and statistical information gathering - combination of static and dynamic analyses - program execution visualization - monitoring techniques for safety/mission-critical systems - monitoring distributed systems, cloud services, and big data applications - monitoring security and privacy policies * INVITED SPEAKERS Gul Agha (University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, USA) Oded Maler (CNRS and University of Grenoble-Alpes, France) Fred B. Schneider (Cornell University, USA) * OVERVIEW: RV 2016 will be held September 23-30 in Madrid, Spain. RV 2016 will feature the first summer school on Runtime Verification (September 23-25), two workshop days (September 26-25), and three conference days (September 28-30). * INFORMATION ON SUBMISSIONS: http://rv2016.imag.fr * IMPORTANT DATES Research and tool papers as well as tutorials will follow the following timeline: - Abstract deadline: May 8, 2016 - Paper and tutorial deadline: May 15, 2016 - Tutorial notification: June 1, 2016 - Paper notification: July 11, 2016 - Camera ready deadline: August 8, 2016 - Summer school: September 23-25, 2016 - Workshops and tutorials: September 26-27, 2016 - Conference: September 28-30, 2016 * PROGRAM COMMITTEE CHAIRS Ylies Falcone, Univ. Grenoble-Alpes and Inria, France Cesar Sanchez, IMDEA Software, Madrid, Spain * TOOL COMMITTEE CHAIR Klaus Havelund, NASA Jet Propulsion Laboratory, USA THE 26TH INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ON INDUCTIVE LOGIC PROGRAMMING (ILP2016) Call For Papers September 4th - 6th, 2016, London, UK http://ilp16.doc.ic.ac.uk * AIMS: The ILP conference series is the premier international forum for learning from structured relational data. Originally focusing on the induction of logic programs, over the years it has expanded its research horizon significantly and welcomes contributions to all aspects of learning in logic, multi-relational data mining, statistical relational learning, graph and tree mining, learning in other (non-propositional) logic-based knowledge representation frameworks, exploring intersections to statistical learning and other probabilistic approaches. * TOPICS OF INTEREST include: - Theoretical aspects: logical-foundations of learning; - computational/statistical learning theory; specialisation and - generalisation; probabilistic logic-based learning; graph and tree - mining. Representation and languages for learning: logic - programming; Datalog;first-order logic; description logic and - ontologies; higher-order logic; Answer Set Programming; - probabilistic logic languages; constraint logic programming; - knowledge graphs. Algorithms and systems: learning with - (semi-)structured data; (semi-)supervised and unsupervised - relational learning; relational reinforcement learning; predicate - invention; propositionalisation approaches; multi-instance learning; - learning in the presence of uncertainty; meta-level learning. - Applications of learning in: art; bioinformatics; systems biology; - games; medical informatics; robotics; natural language processing; - web-mining; software engineering; modelling and adaptation of - control systems; socio-technical systems. In addition to the above topics, ILP 2016 is also encouraging contributions in the areas of cognitive technologies, knowledge acquisition from big data, the cloud and crowd sourced data, deep relational learning, as well as contributions on the application of any of these solutions to real world problems. The conference will host keynote talks from both industry and academia and will run the first International ILP Competition. * Submission guidlines: please see the conference website * IMPORTANT DATES: - Abstract registration: 7 May 2016 - Long paper submission: 13 May 2016 - Long Paper notification: 26 June 2016 - Short Paper submission: 24 July 2016 - Short Paper notification: 28 July 2016 * We expect there will be a special issue of the Machine Learning Journal following the conference, which will be open for everyone. This special issue will welcome conference submissions from all three categories, which should be significantly revised and extended, to meet the MLJ criteria, and will be re-reviewed by PC members. * CONFERENCE AND PROGRAM CO-CHAIRS: - Alessandra Russo, Imperial College London UK - James Cussens, University of York, UK * ILP COMPETITION CHAIR; Mark Law, Imperial College London, UK * PUBLICITY CHAIR: Krysia Broda, Imperial College London, UK * ASSOCIATED EVENT: 3rd International Workshop on Probabilistic Logic Programming SYMPOSIUM ON DEPENDABLE SOFTWARE ENGINEERING: THEORIES, TOOLS AND APPLICATIONS (SETTA 2016) Call for Papers Nov. 9-11, 2016, Beijing, China http://lcs.ios.ac.cn/setta/ * IMPORTANT DATES (AoE) - Abstract Submission: May 12, 2016 - Full Paper Submission: May 19, 2016 - Notification to Authors: Jul. 15, 2016 - Camera-ready Paper: Aug. 6, 2016 * The aim of the symposium is to bring together international researchers and practitioners in the field of software technology. Its focus is on formal methods and advanced software technologies, especially for engineering complex, large-scale artifacts like cyber-physical systems, networks of things, enterprise systems, or cloud-based services. Contributions relating to formal methods or integrating them with software engineering, as well as papers advancing scalability or widening the scope of rigorous methods to new design goals are especially welcome. * Submission details: http://lcs.ios.ac.cn/setta/ 10TH INTERNATIONAL RULE CHALLENGE 2016 (RULEML 2016 CHALLENGE) Call for Papers 6-9 July, 2016, Stony Brook University, USA http://2016.ruleml.org/challenge * co-located with (in New York state): The Joint Multi-Conference on Human-Level Artificial Intelligence 2016 (July 16-19, 2016) http://ijcai-16.org/ * About Rule Challenge 2016 The RuleML 2016 Challenge is one of the highlights at the RuleML 2016 Conference, and seeks to provide a competition among innovative rule-oriented applications, aimed at both the research and industrial side. * Topics. Key themes of the RuleML 2016 Challenge include, but are not limited to the following: - Demos related to the RuleML 2016 Track Topics - Rule-based Event Processing and Stream Reasoning - Business Rules Modeling - Benchmarks and comparison results for rule engines - Distributed rule bases and rule services - Rules and model driven engineering - Reports on industrial experience about rule systems - Real cases and practical experiences - (new) Mobile deployment of rule-based reasoning, including (but not limited to): -- Use cases of mobile rule-based reasoning -- Fine-tuning reasoning techniques to cope with mobile hardware limitations -- Realizing efficient crowd-sourced, voting-based, ... processing, by taking advantage of distributed mobile peer-to-peer opportunities -- Benchmarking mobile rule system performances, and comparing it to desktop/server performance * Important Dates - Paper Submission: June 1st, 2016 - Notification: June 13th, 2016 - Camera Ready: June 19th, 2016 - Conference Date: July 6-9, 2016 12TH EAI INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ON SECURITY AND PRIVACY IN COMMUNICATION NETWORKS (SECURECOMM 2016) Call for Papers October 10-12, 2016, Guangzhou, People's Rupublic of China http://securecomm.org * SecureComm seeks high-quality research contributions in the form of well-developed papers. Topics of interest encompass research advances in ALL areas of secure communications and networking. Topics in other areas (e.g., formal methods, database security, secure software, theoretical cryptography) will be considered only if a clear connection to private or secure communication/networking is demonstrated. * Important dates: - Paper Submission due: June 15, 2016 - Notification to authors: August 1, 2016 - Camera ready due: August 22, 2016 * Detailed information can be found on the webpage. 23RD INTERNATIONAL SYMPOSIUM ON TEMPORAL REPRESENTATION AND REASONING (TIME 2016) First Call for Papers October 17-19, 2016, Technical University of Denmark, Denmark http://time2016.compute.dtu.dk/ * TIME 2016 aims to bring together researchers interested in reasoning about temporal aspects of information in any area of Computer Science. The symposium, currently in its 23rd edition, has a wide remit and intends to cater to both theoretical aspects and well-founded applications. One of the key aspects of the symposium is its interdisciplinarity, with attendees from distinct areas such as artificial intelligence, database management, logic and verification, and beyond. The symposium will encompass three tracks on temporal representation and reasoning in Artificial Intelligence, Databases and Logic and Verification. * Further details about the topics of interest can be found on the webpage. * Invited speakers: - Kim Guldstrand Larsen, Aalborg University, Denmark - Angelo Montanari, University of Udine, Italy - Paolo Terenziani, University of Piemonte Orientale, Italy * Important dates: - Paper submission: June 20th, 2016 - Notification: July 25th, 2016 - Final version due: August 10th, 2016 - Symposium: October 17-19, 2016 3RD INT. SYNTHETIC AND SYSTEMS BIOLOGY SUMMER SCHOOL (SSBSS 2016) Call for Participation 8-14 July 2016, Volterra (Pisa), Tuscany, Italy * The 3rd International Synthetic and Systems Biology Summer School is a great opportunity to exchange ideas and information with colleagues and peers from around the world and discover the latest trends and new exciting results in Synthetic and Systems Biology. * Further details: firstname.lastname@example.org http://www.taosciences.it/ssbss/ * Previous Editions: SSBSS 2015 http://www.taosciences.it/ssbss2015/ SSBSS 2014 http://www.taosciences.it/ssbss2014/ PHD & POSTDOC POSITION AT TU DORTMUND * At TU Dortmund University, we are looking for talented and motivated PHD STUDENTS (or post-docs) interested in Database Theory or Logic and Complexity. The opening is in the working group of Thomas Schwentick and involves teaching in German language. * The official, complete job opening is available in German at https://service.tu-dortmund.de/documents/18/2120797/wiss.+Besch%C3%A4ftigte+bzw. +wiss.+Besch%C3%A4figter+%28Ref.-Nr.+w9-16%29/ee088546-c46b-40fb-9ad9 -235174c01b91?version=1.0 * CONTACT DETAILS For further details please contact Prof. Thomas Schwentick, email@example.com PHD STUDENTSHIP IN THE HISTORY AND PHILOSOPHY OF COMPUTING * The Department of Computer Science at Middlesex University, together with the LEO Computers Society are looking for a PhD Candidate for a research project in the area of History and Philosophy of Computing. This will incorporate research into the objectives, design, construction and market penetration of the LEO I, II and III computers, developed by the catering firm J. Lyons and Co., and its subsidiary LEO Computers Limited Ð subsequently incorporated in different companies (English Electric LEO, English Electric Leo Marconi, ICL, Standard Telephones and Cables and finally Fujitsu). * Further details and instructions on how to apply available at http://www.mdx.ac.uk/courses/postgraduate-research-degrees/research-studentships/david-tresman-caminer-studentship-for-the-history-of-computing PHD & POSTDOC POSITION AT JACOBS UNIVERSITY BREMEN * Jacobs University Bremen is a private, English-speaking research university in Germany. The KWARC group conducts research on the representation and management of formal and informal knowledge in the STEM disciplines (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics). Our interests cover the whole range from formal to informal knowledge and include - logics and foundations of mathematics - formalizing/verifying knowledge - informal and semi-formal documents (specifications, papers, webpages, etc.) - domain-specific applications (spreadsheets, CAD, etc.) - knowledge management (search, user interfaces, system integration, etc.) We build systems that cover these diverse areas uniformly and integrate across domains, languagues, and tools, always combinng logical correctness, wide-range applicability, and large-scale inter-operability. * DETAIS & POSSIBLE TOPICS http://www.jacobs-university.de/jobs/phd-and-postdoc-positions-kwarc-group * CONTACT DETAILS & APPLICATIONS For further information and enquiries about this post please contact Prof. Michael Kohlhase
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