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Notice

AISB event Bulletin Item

CALL FOR ABSTRACTS: Young Researchers Forum (Theoretical Computer Science), 22-24 Aug 2011, POLAND

http://yrf.mimuw.edu.pl

Warsaw (Poland)

*Aim*

The aim of the forum is to provide a platform for young researchers (excellent master students, 
PhD students, PostDocs, etc.) to present and discuss their recently published/submitted results 
or ongoing work in the field of theoretical computer science in a broad sense. Senior researchers 
are warmly welcome to auditorium and discussions.

YRF 2011 is organised during the MFCS 2011 and every participant of the latter is invited to the 
sessions of YRF.

*Submissions*

The selection of presentations will be based on one-page abstracts submitted via submission page. 
There will be no formal reviews. Please note that we impose no restrictions on previous or future 
publication of the presented results. Authors submitting previously published results are kindly 
asked to include a full reference to the corresponding publications in their submission.

*Proceedings*

The abstracts of accepted presentations will be included in informal proceedings available on site.
Important dates

*Dates:*

Submission deadline: May, 22 2011
Notification: June 6, 2011
Workshop: August 22-24, 2011

*Program Committee*

Marcin Bie?kowski, University of Wroc?aw Stefan Dziembowski, University of Warsaw and Sapienza 
University of Rome Artur Je?, University of Wroc?aw Tomasz Jurdzi?ski, University of Wroc?aw 
Antonn Ku?era, Masaryk University Damian Niwi?ski, Uniwersity of Warsaw Krzysztof Pietrzak, 
CWI Stefan Schmid, TU Berlin & Deutsche Telekom Labs


P.S. We apologise if you receive multiple copies of this CFP.