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Call for Papers
Mini-conference on Applied Theoretical Computer Science
Koper, Slovenia, October 13th and 14th, 2010.
Held in conjunction with the 13th Multi-Conference on Information Society, October 11-15, 2010, Ljubljana, Slovenia. (http://is.ijs.si/)
Scope and Topics
During the past years, several subjects, methods and approaches of Theoretical Computer Science have been used by other fields, and several results have been integrated into real world applications. Some examples for the above nature are practical solutions for NP-hard problems, algorithmics oriented AI and data mining solutions, new models and methods in system biology and bioinformatics, automata theory solutions in software and hardware verification, prospective new models of computation and future computer architecture.
The scope of the conference is to collect ideas and solutions from the field of Theoretical Computer Science which can be directly applied in other fields or being potential to be integrated in real world applications.
Suggested, but not exclusive, topics of interest include:
* automata and formal languages, computability
* algorithms and data structutes
* computational complexity
* artificial intelligence, machine learning
* optimization, approximation methods, NP-hard problems
* graph theory
Special emphasis on use in applications such as simulation, Bioinformatics, Digital signal and image processing, logistics etc.
Andrej Brodnik (Ljubljana, Koper, Slovenia), co-chair
Gábor Galambos (Szeged, Hungary), co-chair
Gabriel Istrate (Timisoara, Romania)
Miklós Krész (Szeged, Hungary)
Gerhard Reinelt (Heidelberg, Germany)
Borut Robic, (Ljubljana, Slovenia)
Magnus Steinby (Turku, Finland)
Borut alik (Maribor, Slovenia)
András Recski (Budapest, Hungary)
Papers presenting original research in conference topics are being sought. Papers must be in English and provide sufficient details to allow the program committee to assess their merits. Submissions, as well as final versions, are limited to 4 pages sharp long abstracts and will be published in an Information Society multiconference proceedings. Revised versions of selected full papers will appear in a special issue of the journal Informatica (www.informatica.si). The instructions and the format for preparing the papers can be found here
Only electronic submissions will be accepted (in pdf format), via
Organized by Primorska Institute of Natural Sciences and Technology
21th of June: submission deadline
27th of August: notification to authors
13th of October: student session
14th of October: regular session
Personal inquires should be sent to: firstname.lastname@example.org