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[Axiom-developer] ISSAC 2011

From: Tim Daly
Subject: [Axiom-developer] ISSAC 2011
Date: Fri, 04 Dec 2009 13:06:57 -0500
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            Call for Proposals for Workshops

                     ISSAC 2011

                   June 8-11, 2011


We solicit proposals for satellite workshops to be held in conjunction
with ISSAC 2011.

For the first time, ISSAC will participate in the Federated Computing
Research Conference (FCRC). FCRC occurs once every four years, and is
the world's largest computing research conference.  FCRC consists of a
collection of conferences that agree to share the same conference
facility. To learn more, see  .

The FCRC week in 2011 will run June 4-11  The ACM is able to offer
space for workshops or small conferences at no additional charge.
Participants are responsible for paying a modest FCRC registration fee
(approx. 50 USD for the entire FCRC week) and a ``per diem'' fee to
cover refreshments (approx. 80 USD per day).  These fees are the same
regardless of how many events one attends, i.e., there is no penalty
to register for one conference and attend a different workshop.  ISSAC
will take place at the end of the FCRC week, and space for workshops
is available for us starting the day before, June 7.

Opportunities abound for making connections with other fields of
computer science. Conferences that have confirmed their participation
include the

* ACM Symposium on Theory of Computing (STOC),

* ACM Symposium on Parallelism in Algorithms and Architectures (SPAA),

* ACM Conference on Programming Language Design and Implementation

* CRA-W Career Mentoring Workshop.

Potential ideas for workshops that take advantage of the presence of
these related conferences might then be Complexity in Computer
Algebra, Parallel Symbolic Computation, Programming Languages for
Computer Algebra, or Mentoring Women in Computer Algebra.

We also welcome proposals for other topics.  Holding your workshop at
an event with international presence might heighten participation.

Please email your proposal to General Chair Eric Schost at
address@hidden  There is no hard deadline, but because space is
limited, we encourage you to submit by December 14, 2009. We will make
decisions on a ``first come, first served'' basis and may close
submissions before December 1st.

For questions concerning the Federated Computing Research Conference,
any organizational details, current list of participating conferences,
or current availability of space, please contact Local Arrangements
Chair Emil Volcheck at address@hidden

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