Saturday, September 18, 2010

[DMANET] WALCOM 2011 (submission deadline extended to Oct 1, 2010)

*submission deadline extended to Oct 1, 2010*

Call for Papers
Workshop on Algorithms and Computation 2011 (WALCOM 2011)

The Workshop on Algorithms and Computation (WALCOM) is intended
to provide an international forum for researchers working in the areas
of algorithms and computation. WALCOM 2011 will be held on February
18-20, 2011 at New Delhi, India.

The range of topics within the scope of the workshop of
algorithms and computation includes (but is not limited to):

Approximation Algorithms
Combinatorial Algorithms
Computational Biology
Computational Geometry
Data Structures
Graph Algorithms
Graph Drawing
Parallel and Distributed Algorithms
Parameterized Complexity
Network Optimization
Online Algorithms
Randomized Algorithms
String Algorithms

Authors are invited to submit papers (extended abstracts)
describing original research of theoretical or practical significance to
algorithms and computation. Papers should not exceed 12 pages for long
papers and 6 pages for short papers in LNCS style. Papers must be
labeled as either long or short and prepared using LaTex / LaTex2e. If
the authors feel that more details are essential to substantiate the
main claim of the paper, they may include a clearly marked appendix that
will be read at the discretion of the program committee. Only electronic
submission will be allowed.

Accepted submissions will be published in the conference
proceedings, which will be included in the Springer-Verlag series
Lecture Notes in Computer Science.


The workshop will be held in India International Center, New
Delhi. The workshop will be organized by Indian Institute of Technology
and Faculty of Sciences, Delhi University.

Paper Submission : October 1, 2010
Notification of Acceptance/Rejection : November 16, 2010
Cameraready version due : November 30, 2010
Workshop : February 18-20, 2011


Naoki Katoh (Kyoto University,Japan) -- co-chair
Amit Kumar (IIT Delhi, India) -- co-chair
Takehiro Ito (Tohoku University, Japan)
Khaled Elbassioni (Max-Planck Institute, Saarbrucken, Germany)
Anupam Gupta (CMU, USA)
Yogish Sabharwal (IBM India Research Lab, India)
Takeaki Uno (National Institute of Informatics, Japan)
Tetsuo Shibuya (University of Tokyo, Japan)
Ovidiu Daescu (UT Dallas, USA)
Hirotaka Ono (Kyushu University, Japan)
Kasturi Varadarajan (Iowa, USA)
Stefan Langerman (Université libre de Bruxelles, Belgium)
Subhas Nandy (ISI Kolkata, India)
Friedrich Eisenbrand (EPFL, Switzerland)
Kamesh Munagala (Duke, USA)
Hee-Kap Ahn (Pohang University, Korea)
Seokhee Hong (University of Sydney, Australia)
Yoshio Okamoto (Tokyo Institute of Technology, Japan)
Jinhui Xu (SUNY Buffalo, USA)
Rudolf Fleischer (Fudan University, China)
Sohel Rahman (Bangladesh University, Bangladesh)

Neelima Gupta (University of Delhi)
Naveen Garg (IIT Delhi)
Vasudha Bhatnagar (University of Delhi)
Naveen Kumar (University of Delhi)
Manisha Bansal (University of Delhi)


Prof. Naoki Katoh
Dept. of Architecture and Architectural Systems
Graduate School of Engineering
Kyoto University, Japan

Dr. Amit Kumar
Department of Computer Science and Engineering
IIT Delhi
New Delhi, India - 110016

Naveen Garg
Computer Sc.& Engg
IIT Delhi

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