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AISB event Bulletin Item

CALL FOR PAPERS: Fundamentals of Computation Theory, 19-21 Aug 2013 Liverpool (U.K.)

FCT 2013

FCT 2013, University of Liverpool

The 19th International Symposium on Fundamentals of Computation
Theory (FCT 2013) will be hosted by the Department of Computer
Science at the University of Liverpool.

Dates:  Aug 19-21, 2013

Submission deadline:  Apr 23, 2013

Invited Speakers

Marek Chrobak, University of California, Riverside
Joel Ouaknine, Oxford University
David Peleg, Weizmann Institute

Program chairs:  Leszek Gasieniec, University of Liverpool
                            Frank Wolter, University of Liverpool

Conference scope
FCT covers

    Algorithms, including algorithm design, optimization,
approximation and randomized algorithms, computational
complexity, computational geometry, machine learning, artificial
intelligence, computational algebra, online algorithms,
and parallel and distributed computing.

    Formal methods, including algebraic and categorical
methods, automata and formal languages, database theory,
foundations of concurrency, logic and model checking,
principles of programming languages, program analysis
and transformation, specification, refinement and verification,
and security.

    Emerging fields, including algorithmic game theory,
computational biology, foundations of cloud computing, and
quantum computing.