Tuesday, May 22, 2018

[DMANET] ICALP 2018 - Call for Participation

ICALP 2018 - Call for Participation


The 45th International Colloquium on Automata, Languages, and
Programming (ICALP) will take place in Prague, Czech Republic, on July
9-13, 2018.

ICALP is the main conference and annual meeting of the European
Association for Theoretical Computer Science (EATCS). As usual, ICALP
will be preceded by a series of workshops, which will take place on
July 9.

Early registration deadline: Thursday May 31, 2018

Registration fees:

Early Payment (until May 31):
Regular: 13 500 CZK (approx. 529 - 540 EUR)
Student: 9 500 CZK (approx. 372 - 380 EUR)

Late Payment (after May 31):
Regular: 16 000 CZK (approx. 627 - 640 EUR)
Student: 12 000 CZK (approx. 470 - 480 EUR)

Workshop fees:
With the main conference: 1 300 CZK (approx. 50 - 52 EUR)
Workshop only (until May 31): 1 500 CZK (approx. 58 - 60 EUR)
Workshop only (after May 31): 2 200 CZK (approx. 86 - 88 EUR)

All payments need to be received by June 30. Even though we give the
approximate ranges in EUR all fees will be charged in CZK. All fees
include all technical sessions, lunches and coffee breaks on the
respective days. The fee for the main conference includes also a welcome
party on Tuesday and a conference dinner on Thursday.

Invited Speakers

Jaroslav Nesetril (Charles Univ, CZ)
Alexander Schwarzmann (Univ of Connecticut, US)
Sam Staton (Oxford Univ, UK)
Ryan Williams (Massachusetts Institute of Technology, US)


Accompanying the main conference, several satellite workshops will be
organized. The organizers are listed below. All workshops will be held on
Monday July 9th 2018 in Mala Strana. The exact schedule will be announced.

Modern Online Algorithms (MOLI)
Leah Epstein

Game Solving: Theory and Practice
Tomas Brazdil, Branislav Bosansky, Jan Kretinsky

Parameterized Approximation Algorithms Workshop (PAAW)
Andreas Emil Feldmann

Antonin Kucera, Petr Jancar

Algorithmic Aspects of Temporal Graphs
George B. Mertzios, Paul Spirakis, Viktor Zamaraev, Eleni Akrida

Constrained Recognition Problems
Ignaz Rutter, Steven Chaplick

Summer School on Lower Bounds (LBCAD)
Michal Koucky

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