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AISB event Bulletin Item

CALL FOR PAPERS: "Logic and Computational Complexity", 25 June 2011, CANADA
Contact: OR

12th International Workshop on Logic and Computational Complexity (LCC'11), Toronto, Canada - affiliated meeting of LiCS'11 (

LCC meetings are aimed at the foundational interconnections between logic and computational 
complexity, as present, for example,  in implicit computational complexity (descriptive and 
type-theoretic methods); deductive formalisms as they relate to complexity (e.g. ramification,
weak comprehension, bounded arithmetic, linear logic and resource logics); complexity aspects
of finite model theory and databases; complexity-mindful program derivation and verification; 
computational complexity at higher type; and proof complexity.

The LCC'11 program will consist of invited lectures as well as contributed papers selected by 
the program committee.  This year there will be no published proceedings, and we welcome informal
presentations about work in progress, survey papers, as well as work submitted or published
elsewhere, provided all pertinent information is disclosed at submission time.  Submissions in 
the form of an extended abstract of approx. 5 pages are welcome. If full papers are submitted, 
they should not exceed 15 pages.  Proposed papers should be uploaded to by 20 April 2011.


Paper submission deadline:       20 April
Authors' notification:           10 May
LCC'11 workshop:                 25 June

For additional information see
or, or email inquiries to or 
Further information about previous LCC meetings can be found at


     * Ulrich Berger (Swansea, Co-Chair)
     * Denis Therien (McGill Montreal, Co-Chair)
     * Klaus Aehlig (Southampton)
     * Arnold Beckmann (Swansea)
     * Guillaume Bonfante (LORIA Nancy)
     * Ugo Dal Lago (Bologna)
     * Phuong Nguyen (McGill Montreal)
     * Luca Roversi (Torino)
     * Thomas Schwentick (TU Dortmund)
     * Howard Straubing (Boston College)
     * Kazushige Terui (Kyoto)
     * Heribert Vollmer (Hanover)

STEERING COMMITTEE: Michael Benedikt (Oxford, Co-chair), Daniel Leivant (Indiana U, Co-chair), 
Robert Constable (Cornell), Anuj Dawar (Cambridge), Fernando Ferreira (Lisbon), Martin Hofmann
(U Munich), Neil Immerman (U Mass. Amherst), Neil Jones (Copenhagen), Bruce Kapron (U Victoria),
Stefan Kreutzer (Oxford), Jean-Yves Marion (LORIA Nancy), Luke Ong (Oxford), Martin Otto 
(Darmstadt), James Royer (Syracuse), Helmut Schwichtenberg (U Munich), and Pawel Urzyczyn (Warsaw)