37th International Conference on Current Trends in Theory and Practice of Computer Science

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=: SOFSEM :=   (Software Seminar) is an annual international winter conference devoted to the theory and practice of computer science. Its aim is to present the latest developments in research for professionals from academia and industry, working in leading areas of computer science. Proceedings containing the invited and contributed papers are published in the Lecture Notes in Computer Science series by Springer Verlag.

The SOFSEM program consists of Invited Talks by prominent researchers, Contributed Talks selected by the Program Committee from submitted papers, Poster Session and the Student Research Forum. SOFSEM is organized in plenary and parallel tracks, giving a unique opportunity to obtain an excellent overview of the selected research areas. All tracks are devoted to original research and leading developments.

By tradition, one track of SOFSEM is devoted to Foundations of Computer Science. SOFSEM 2010 offers in addition three, outstanding tracks: Software, Systems, and Services, Processing Large Datasets, and Security and Trust

SOFSEM is a unique meeting place of various fields of academic and industrial research, and and ideal conference for discussions, for establishing personal contacts with colleagues, and for exchanging ideas. At SOFSEM 2011 all participants and lectures will be accommodated in the Atrium Hotel, Nový Smokovec (Slovakia) – an attractive winter resort. SOFSEM is well-known for its familiar and inspiring atmosphere, and especially suited for young computer scientists.

Important dates

abstracts deadline September 5, 2010
full papers deadline September 10, 2010
notification of acceptance October 25, 2010
camera ready version deadline November 1, 2010
early registration deadline November 29, 2010
conference January 22 - 28, 2011

Proceedings



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