CICM focuses on theoretical and practical solutions for mathematical
applications such as computation, deduction, knowledge management, libraries,
and user interfaces.
CICM 2018 will feature 3 invited speakers:
* Akiko Aizawa, National Institute of Informatics, University of Tokyo
* Bruno Buchberger, Research Institute for Symbolic Computation, Johannes Kepler
* Adri Olde Daalhuis, University of Edinburgh
and 6 affiliated workshops:
* Computer Algebra in the age of Types
* Computer Mathematics in Education - Enlightenment or Incantation
* Formal Mathematics for Mathematicians
* Formal Verification of Physical Systems
* Mathematical Models and Mathematical Software as Research Data
* OpenMath Workshop
In addition to the above and the formally reviewed program, CICM invites
contributions of various forms:
1) Work-in-progress papers (any length up to 15 pages) will be lightly reviewed
and, if accepted, presented at the conference and published in a volume of
2) Demos and posters (submitted as a summary of a few paragraphs) will be
presented during a dedicated session.
Submission is open to any topic interesting to the CICM audience. We also
encourage authors of accepted papers to supplement their talk with a demo or
3) Tutorials (up to 60 minutes, submitted as a summary of a few paragraphs) will
take place in individual rooms during a dedicated session.
4) Doctoral program submissions (2 page abstract + CV) will be presented and
discussed during a dedicated session focusing on mentoring.
Submission is open to any doctoral student in the CICM area. Student authors
of accepted papers are strongly encouraged to additionally submit to the
Financial support for doctoral program participants is available.