The third ACiD Workshop was held from Monday 17 September – Wednesday 19 September 2007.
The programme is available.
- Bruno Courcelle (University of Bordeaux)
- Peter Bro Miltersen (University of Aarhus)
- Mike Paterson (University of Warwick)
Submissions – two types of contributions
Participants who wish to give talks but do not intend to submit extended abstracts are invited to submit short abstracts (up to 1 page) of their talks. Please download this LaTeX template to produce your abstract, and then email as an attachment to [email protected]. After submission you should be informed within five working days if your abstract has been accepted. Selected short abstracts will be published in the Workshop Proceedings.
Submission deadline for short abstracts is 13 July 2007.We strongly invite the submission of extended abstracts for presentation at the workshop. These should be up to 10 pages using a 12pt font, and should present new research on any aspect of algorithms and complexity. For the reviewing process, please prepare a PostScript or PDF file and email as an attachment to [email protected]. After submission you should receive an acknowledgment that your paper was successfully received within two working days. Accepted extended abstracts will be published in the “Texts in Algorithmics” series of College Publications (formerly KCL publications). The publisher does not put any restrictions on submitting the same material elsewhere. Selected authors will later be invited to submit full paper versions for a special volume of the Journal of Discrete Algorithms.
The submission deadline for extended abstracts is 15 May 2007.
The workshop talks as well as the accommodation and meals are in Grey College. We offer a full package costing £200, including two nights accommodation (Monday, 17 September and Tuesday, 18 September) in a single en-suite room, all meals, teas and coffees from lunch on the 17th to lunch on the 19th, and the workshop fee. The Day Delegate Rate is £100, and includes three lunches, teas and coffees, and the workshop fee.
To register for the workshop please fill in this form (plain text) and email it to [email protected] before 1 September 2007. If you need anything different from the standard package (e.g. double room, extra nights), please include your request on the form.
Payment should be made by cheque or cash upon arrival. All payments must be in pounds sterling.
We are applying for funding to waive the registration fees and accommodation costs of a limited number of UK-based research students. Priority will be given to authors of extended abstracts.
Venue and travel
The workshop will be held in Grey College.
Durham is easy to reach by train or air. There are frequent train services to London (about 3 hours), Edinburgh (about 2 hours), etc. There are two international airports (Newcastle and Durham Tees Valley) at about half an hour driving distance. They offer cheap flight services to several destinations.
For further information on Durham and links to the airports visit city’s tourism website.
- Hajo Broersma (Chair)
- Stefan Dantchev
- Matthew Johnson
- Stefan Szeider
Contact: [email protected]