Thursday, December 7, 2017

[DMANET] AAAC 2018 First Call For Papers

The 11th Annual Meeting of the Asian Association for Algorithms and Computation (AAAC) May 18-20, 2018, Beijing, China

The 11th Annual Meeting of the Asian Association for Algorithms and Computation (AAAC) will take place at the Institute of Computing Technology, Chinese Academy of Sciences, Beijing on May 18-20, 2018. AAAC was founded in 2007, aiming at promoting collaborations in theoretical computer science within the region. The website of AAAC is at

Important Dates
Submission due: Feb 10, 2018
Notification: Feb 28, 2018
Conference Dates: May 18-20, 2018

Abstract Submission
Authors are invited to submit one-page abstracts (A4 size in pdf format) that can be based on original results or surveys of existing results in theoretical computer science. An informal collection of the one page abstracts will be distributed at the meeting, which does not prevent any future publication of the results.

Meeting Format
There will be invited talks, tutorials and contributed talks in the meeting. An accepted contributed talk is given about 25 minutes. The first tutorial will be scheduled in the afternoon of May 18 before the welcome reception in the evening of May 18. The main meeting will start on May 19 and end on May 20. There will be a dinner banquet on May 19.

Invited Speakers
Keynote Speakers
Uri Zwick, Tel Aviv University

Tutorial Speakers
Shengyu Zhang, The Chinese University of Hong Kong
Wei Chen, Microsoft Research Asia

AAAC Board Members
Hee-Kap Ahn, POSTECH
Sang Won Bae, Kyonggi University
Kun-Mao Chao, National Taiwan University
Siu-Wing Cheng, HKUST
Chung-Shou Liao, National Tsing Hua University
Pinyan Lu, Shanghai University of Finance and Economics
Heejin Park, Hanyang University
Kunihiko Sadakane, The University of Tokyo
Xiaoming Sun, Chinese Academy of Sciences
Takeshi Tokuyama, Tohoku University
Ryuhei Uehara, JAIST
Guochuan Zhang, Zhejiang University
Shengyu Zhang, The Chinese University of Hong Kong

Contact: Jialin Zhang, Institute of Computing Technology, CAS,

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