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AISB event Bulletin Item

CALL FOR PAPERS: Computability and Complexity in Analysis, 24-27 June 2012, Cambridge, UK

Ninth International Conference on Computability and Complexity in Analysis (CCA 2012)

The conference takes place immediately after the

     *Centenary of Alan Turing's birth on 23 June 2012 and following the
     *Turing Centenary Conference CiE 2012 from 18-23 June 2012.

Invited Speakers:
     Vasco Brattka (Cape Town, South Africa)
     Akitoshi Kawamura (Tokyo, Japan)
     Robert Lubarsky (Boca Raton, FL, US)
     Elvira Mayordomo (Zaragoza, Spain)
     Andre Nies (Auckland, New Zealand)
     Lawrence C. Paulson (Cambridge, UK)
     Helmut Schwichtenberg (Munich, Germany)

Scientific Program Committee:
     Rod Downey (Wellington, New Zealand)
     Martn Escard (Birmingham, UK)
     Guido Gherardi (Bologna, Italy)
     Jack H. Lutz (Ames, USA)
     Peter Schuster (Leeds, UK)
     Victor Selivanov (Novosibirsk, Russia)
     Klaus Weihrauch, chair (Hagen, Germany)
     Ning Zhong (Cincinnati, USA)

Organizing Committee:
     Anuj Dawar (Cambridge, UK)
     Martn Escard (Birmingham, UK)
     Bjarki Holm (Cambridge, UK)
     Arno Pauly, chair (Cambridge, UK)

Authors of contributed papers are invited to submit a PDF version of an extended abstract 
(typically 10-12 pages) on the following web page:

No proceedings will be published before the conference. A booklet with abstracts will be made 
available at the conference. It is planned to publish post-conference proceedings in a special 
issue of some journal afterwards.

Submission deadline:             April 1, 2012
Notification of authors:        May 6, 2012
Final version of abstract:      May 27, 2012

Conference Web Page: