Wednesday, February 10, 2016

[DMANET] AAIM 2016 - Second Call for Papers

AAIM 2016 Call for Papers

AAIM 2016 Conference July 18-20, 2016
Bergamo University, Bergamo, Italy

The Eleventh International Conference on Algorithmic Aspects of
Information and Management will be hosted by University of Bergamo.
The conference will provide a forum on current trends of research on
algorithms, data structures, operation research, combinatorial
optimization and their applications.
AAIM will bring together international experts at the research
frontiers in these areas to exchange ideas and to present significant
new results.
Interesting new results in all areas of algorithm design, operation
research and combinatorial optimization and their applications are
welcome. Both theoretical and experimental/applied works of general
algorithmic interest are sought. Special considerations will be given
to algorithmic research that is motivated by real-world applications.
Experimental and applied papers are expected to show convincingly the
usefulness and efficiency of the target algorithms in practical

Typical, but not exclusive, topics of interest include:

Algorithms and data structures;
Algorithmic game theory and incentive analysis;
Approximation algorithms and online algorithms;
Automata, languages, logic, and computability;
Bioinformatics, computational biology and medicine, and biomedical
Biomedical imaging algorithms;
Combinatorial optimization;
Combinatorics and discrete structures related to algorithms and complexity;
Communication networks and optimization;
Complexity theory;
Computational algebra, geometry, number theory, and statistics;
Computational learning theory, knowledge discovery, and data mining;
Cryptography, reliability, and security;
Database theory, large databases, and natural language processing;
Experimental algorithmic methodologies;
Geometric information processing and communication;
Graph algorithms and theory;
Graph drawing and information visualization;
Internet algorithms and protocols;
Large graph algorithms and social network analysis;
Optimization algorithms in economic and operations research;
Parallel and distributed computing and multicore algorithms;
Parameterized algorithms, heuristics, and analysis;
Pattern recognition algorithms;
Trustworthy algorithms and trustworthy software.

Important Dates:

Submission Deadline: February 19, 2016 (anywhere on Earth)
Author Notification: April 7, 2016
Final Manuscript Due: April 22, 2016
Conference: July 18-20, 2016

The submission deadline is February 19, 2016 (anywhere on Earth). AAIM
2016 will only accept electronic (PS or PDF) submissions via

E-mails will be sent to the authors to confirm the receipt of their
submissions within 24 hours. For any problem or question on
submissions, please send e-mails to

Only previously unpublished new results will be considered for
publication. Papers that have already been published or simultaneously
submitted at another journal or conference (with published
proceedings) will not be considered.

A submission should start with the title of the paper, each author's
name, affiliation, and e-mail address, and a one-paragraph summary of
the results. This should be followed by a scholarly exposition of the
ideas, techniques, and a full description of the results achieved. A
clear indication of the motivation and comparison with prior or
related work should be presented. The paper should not exceed 12
pages, including bibliography, formatted for letter-size paper using
11 point or larger font, with at least one inch margins around.
Additional details can be included in a clearly marked appendix, to be
consulted at the discretion of program committee members. The appendix
is not included in the page limit, and will not be published in the
conference proceedings.

Submissions that deviate significantly from these guidelines or are
unprintable risk rejection without consideration of their merit.

At least one author of an accepted paper is expected to present the
paper at the conference as a registered participant.

The Proceedings of the Conference will be published by Springer in the
Lecture Notes in Computer Science (LNCS) series, and will be available
for distribution at the conference.

Special Issues:
Selected high quality papers will be invited to a special issue of
Theoretical Computer Science. The invited papers will go through the
normal reviewing process.

Invited Speakers:

Roberto Grossi, Università di Pisa
Stéphane Vialette, Université Paris-Est Marne-la-Vallée

Program Committee

Francine Blanchet-Sadri (University of North Carolina)
Laurent Bulteau (University of Paris-Est Marne-la-Vallée)
Cedric Chauve (Simon Fraser University)
Zhi-Zhong Chen (Tokyo Denki University)
Marek Chrobak (University of California, Riverside)
Ferdinando Cicalese (University of Verona)
Pierluigi Crescenzi (Università degli Studi di Firenze)
Peter Damaschke (Chalmers University of Technology)
Bhaskar Dasgupta (University of Illinois at Chicago)
Riccardo Dondi (Università degli Studi di Bergamo) co-chair
Nadia El-Mabrouk (University of Montreal)
Michael R. Fellows (Charles Darwin University)
Guillaume Fertin (University of Nantes) co-chair
Irene Finocchi (University of Rome "La Sapienza")
Pawel Gorecki (University of Warsaw)
Inge Li Gørtz (Technical University of Denmark)
Frederic Havet (INRIA, Sophia-Antipolis)
Danny Hermelin (Ben-Gurion University of the Negev)
Jesper Jansson (Kyoto University)
Minghui Jiang (Utah State University)
Christian Komusiewicz (TU Berlin)
Moshe Lewenstein (Bar Ilan University)
Giancarlo Mauri (University of Milano-Bicocca) co-chair
Martin Milanic (University of Primorska)
Rolf Niedermeier (TU Berlin)
Daniel Paulusma (Durham University)
David Peleg (The Weizmann Institute)
Marcin Pilipczuk (University of Warsaw)
Romeo Rizzi (University of Verona)
Marie-France Sagot (INRIA Grenoble Rhône-Alpes and Université de Lyon 1)
Saket Saurabh (The Institute of Mathematical Sciences, Chennai)
Marinella Sciortino (University of Palermo)
Florian Sikora (University of Paris-Dauphine)
Ioan Todinca (Université d'Orléans)
Leo van Iersel (Delft University of Technology)
Rossano Venturini (Università di Pisa)
Lusheng Wang (City University of Hong Kong)
Binhai Zhu (Montana State University)

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