Tuesday, August 24, 2010

[DMANET] CATS 2011 - Extended submission deadline

The CATS submission deadline was extended to Monday August 30.


CATS 2011 -- Computing: The Australasian Theory Symposium
Perth, Australia, January 17-20, 2011

The 17th Computing: The Australasian Theory Symposium (CATS) will be held in
Perth, Australia, January 17-20, 2011. CATS is an annual conference held in
the Australia-New Zealand region, dedicated to theoretical computer science.

Authors are invited to submit papers that present original and unpublished
research on topics related to theoretical aspects of computer science,
including (but not limited to): algorithms and data structures, algorithmic
game theory, combinatorial optimization, computability, computational
complexity theory, computational geometry, foundational calculi, graph
theory and combinatorics, logic and type systems, program derivation,
analysis, transformation, program verification and safety, semantics of
programming languages, theory of programming.

(Extended) Deadlines and other dates:
Submission Deadline: 30 August 2010
Notification of Acceptance: 11 October 2010
Final Camera-Ready Papers: 10 November 2010
Author Registration Deadline: 12 November 2010
Early-Bird Registration Deadline: 6 December 2010

Conference dates: January 17-20, 2011

The proceedings of this event will be published by the Australian Computer
Society (ACS) in the CRPIT Series (http://crpit.com/), and will also appear
in the ACM digital library.

CATS 2011 is part of the Australasian Computer Science Week (ACSW), an
international annual conference event, supported by the Computing Research
and Education Association (CORE) in Australia. ACSW 2011 is hosted by Curtin
University in Perth, Australia.

For more information please visit http://cats.it.usyd.edu.au/
Contact: taso viglas and alex potanin at <cats2011@easychair.org>
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