CICM 2018: Update on Invited Speakers, Workshops and 2nd CfP

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CICM 2018: Update on Invited Speakers, Workshops and 2nd CfP

Serge Autexier
                            Call for Papers
         formal papers - informal papers - doctoral programme
         11th Conference on Intelligent Computer Mathematics
                         - CICM 2018 -
                           August 13-17, 2018
                          RISC, Hagenberg, Austria


Digital and computational solutions are becoming the prevalent means
for the generation, communication, processing, storage and curation of
mathematical information.

CICM brings together the many separate communities that have developed
theoretical and practical solutions for mathematical applications such as
computation, deduction, knowledge management, and user interfaces.
It offers a venue for discussing problems and solutions in each of these
areas and their integration.

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 University
* Adri Olde Daalhuis, University of Edinburgh

and 4 affiliated workshops

* Computer Algebra in the age of Types
* Formal Mathematics for Mathematicians
* Formal Verification of Physical Systems
* Mathematical Models and Mathematical Software as Research Data

We invite submissions in all topics relating to intelligent computer
mathematics, in particular but not limited to

* theorem proving and computer algebra
* mathematical knowledge management
* digital mathematical libraries

CICM appreciates the varying nature of the relevant research in this area and
invites submissions of very different forms:

1) Formal submissions will be reviewed rigorously and accepted papers will be
   published in a volume of Springer LNAI:

   * regular papers (up to 15 pages) present novel research results
   * project and survey papers (up to 15 pages + bibliography) summarize
     existing results
   * system and dataset descriptions (up to 5 pages) present digital artifacts

2) Informal submissions will be reviewed with a positive bias and selected for
   presentation based on their relevance for the community.
   * informal papers may present work-in-progress, project announcements,
     position statements, etc.

   * posters and system demos will be presented in special sessions

3) The doctoral programme provides PhD students a forum to present early results
   receive constructive feedback and mentoring.

* Important Dates *

 Formal submissions
  - Abstract deadline:            April 15
  - Full paper deadline:          April 22
  - Reviews sent to authors:      May 21
  - Rebuttals due:                May 27
  - Notification of acceptance:  June 4
  - Camera-ready copies due:      June 8
  - Conference:                   August 13-17

Informal submissions and doctoral programme

  Two separate submission rounds are offered so that some authors can make early
  travel plans while others submit spontaneously.
  - First round submission deadline:  April 22
  - Second round submission deadline: July  31        
All submissions should be made via easychair at

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