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27 - 29 September 2022, 19th International Colloquium on Theoretical Aspects of Computing (ICTAC), Tbilisi, Georgia (Hybrid)

Date: 27 - 29 September 2022
Location: Tbilisi, Georgia (Hybrid)
Deadline: Thursday 30 June 2022

The ICTAC conference series aims at bringing together researchers and practitioners from academia, industry and government to present research and exchange ideas and experience addressing challenges in both theoretical aspects of computing and the exploitation of theory through methods and tools for system development. ICTAC also aims to promote research cooperation between developing and industrial countries. ICTAC 2022 will be part of Computational Logic Autumn Summit (CLAS 2022). Taking into account the coronavirus pandemic and the war in Ukraine, the conference will be organized as a hybrid event.

The conference concerns all aspects of theoretical computer science, including, but not limited to: Languages and automata - Semantics of programming languages - Logic in computer science - Lambda calculus, type theory and category theory - Domain-specific languages - Theories of concurrency and mobility - Theories of distributed computing - Models of objects and components - Coordination models - Timed, hybrid, embedded and cyber-physical systems - Security and privacy - Static analysis - Probabilistic and statistical verification - Software verification - Software testing - Runtime verification - Program generation and transformation - Model checking and theorem proving - Applications and case studies - AI-enabled software development - Theory and methods of trustworthy AI.

We solicit submissions, related to the topics of ICTAC, in the following categories: original research contributions (16 pages max, excluding references); applications and experiences (16 pages max, excluding references); short papers, with original work in progress or with proposals of new ideas and emerging challenges (6 pages max, excluding references); and tool papers (6 pages max, excluding references).

All submissions must be original, unpublished, and not submitted concurrently for publication elsewhere. Paper submission is done via EasyChair. Papers must be formatted according to the guidelines for Springer LNCS papers (see ), without modifications of margins and other space-saving measures. All accepted papers in categories A-D will appear in the proceedings of the conference that will be published as a volume in Springer's Lecture Notes in Computer Science (LNCS) series.

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