Friday, January 15, 2016

[DMANET] CFP: COCOON16: International Computing and Combinatorics Conference 2016

COCOON'16: The 22nd International Computing and Combinatorics Conference
August 2-4th, 2016, Ho Chi Minh city, Vietnam.
Submission deadline: Feb. 21, 2016

The 22nd International Computing and Combinatorics Conference (COCOON'16) will be held in Ho Chi Minh city, Vietnam during Aug. 2-4, 2016. Original research papers in the areas of algorithms, theory of computation, computational complexity, and combinatorics related to computing are solicited. In addition to theoretical results, we are particularly interested in submissions that report on experimental and applied research of general algorithmic interest. Special consideration will be given to research that is motivated by real-world problems. Experimental and applied papers are expected to show convincingly the usefulness and efficiency of the algorithms discussed in a practical setting.
All the papers will be published to the symposium in Springer-Verlag's Lecture Notes.
Papers of high quality will be invited to special issues of Theoretical Computer Science (TCS), and Journal of Combinatorial Optimization (JOCO), respectively.

THE TOPICS Of INTEREST (include but are not limited to):
Algorithms and Data Structures
Algorithmic Game Theory
Approximation Algorithms and Online Algorithms
Automata, Languages, Logic, and Computability
Complexity Theory
Computational Learning Theory and Knowledge Discovery
Cryptography, Reliability and Security, and Database Theory
Computational Biology and Bioinformatics
Computational Algebra, Geometry, and Number Theory
Graph Drawing and Information Visualization
Graph Theory, Communication Networks, and Optimization
Parallel and Distributed Computing

Paper submission due: Feb. 21, 2016 (Anywhere on Earth)
Notification of Acceptance: Apr. 18, 2015
Camera-ready and Registration: May 01, 2016
Conference Dates: Aug. 2-4, 2016

PC Co-Chairs
My T. Thai, University of Florida
Thang N. Dinh, Virginia Commonwealth University

Thang N. Dinh, Assistant professor,
Comp. Sci. Dept., Virginia Commonwealth Univ.
Richmond, VA 23284

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