[ecoop-info] CiE 2017: call for participation

CIE2017 cie2017 at abo.fi
Fri Apr 28 17:12:56 CEST 2017


CiE 2017: Unveiling Dynamics and Complexity
Turku, Finland
June 12-16, 2017


Symposium “Magic in Science”, co-located with CiE 2017, dedicated to 
Grzegorz Rozenberg on the occasion of his 75th birthday takes place just 
after CiE, on June 17, 2017. Details below and at at 

PRELIMINARY SCHEDULE: http://math.utu.fi/cie2017/conference-schedule/


CiE 2017 is the thirteenth conference organized by CiE (Computability in 
Europe), a European association of mathematicians, logicians, computer 
scientists, philosophers, physicists and others interested in new 
developments in computability and their underlying significance for the 
real world.

Previous meetings have taken place in Amsterdam (2005), Swansea (2006), 
Siena (2007), Athens (2008), Heidelberg (2009), Ponte Dalgada (2010), 
Sofia (2011), Cambridge (2012), Milan (2013), Budapest (2014), Bucharest 
(2015) and Paris (2016).


Department of Mathematics and Statistics, University of Turku
Computer Science, Åbo Akademi University
email: cie2017 at utu.fi


We are happy to announce that the CiE Women in Computability program, 
coordinated by the Special Interest Group Women in Computability

offers four grants of up to 250 EUR for junior female researchers who 
want to participate in CiE 2017.  Applications for this grant should be 
send to Liesbeth De Mol (liesbeth.demol at univ-lille3.fr) before 1 May 
2017 and include a short cv (at most 2 pages) and contact information 
for an academic reference. Preference will be given to junior female 
researchers who are presenting a paper (including informal 
presentations) at CiE 2017.


Denis R. Hirschfeldt (University of Chicago)
Daniel M. Gusfield (University of California, Davis)


Scott Aaronson (University of Texas at Austin)
Karen Lange (Wellesley College)
Ludovic Patey (Université Paris Diderot)
Nicole Schweikardt (Humboldt-Universit ät zu Berlin)
Alexander Shen (Université de Montpellier)
Moshe Vardi (Rice University)


Algorithmics for biology:

Organized by Paola Bonizzoni (Milano, Italy) and Veli Mäkinen (Helsinki, 
Finland). Speakers:

Tobias Marschall (Max-Planck-Institut für Informatik)
Fabio Vandin (University of Padova)
Gregory Kucherov (University Paris-Est Marne-la-Vallée)
Gianluca Della Vedova (University of Milano-Bicocca)

Combinatorics and algorithmics on words:

Organized by Tero Harju (Turku, Finland) and Dirk Nowotka (Kiel, 
Germany). Speakers:

Stepan Holub (Charles University in Prague)
Pascal Ochem (Université de Montpellier)
Svetlana Puzynina (Sobolev Institute of Mathematics and École Normale 
Supérieure de Lyon)
Narad Rampersad (University of Winnipeg)

Computability in analysis, algebra, and geometry:

Organized by Julia Knight (Notre Dame, USA) and Andrey Morozov 
(Novosibirsk, Russia). Speakers:

Saugata Basu (Purdue University)
Margarita Korovina (University of Aarhus)
Alexander Melnikov (University of California, Berkeley)
Russell Miller (Queens College, City University of New York)

Cryptography and information theory:

Organized by Delaram Kahrobaei (New York, USA) and Helger Lipmaa (Tartu, 
Estonia). Speakers:

Jean-Charles Faugère (Université Pierre et Marie Curie)
Elham Kashefi (University of Edinburgh-Scotland, Université Pierre et 
Marie Curie)
Aggelos Kiayias (University of Edinburgh)
Ivan Visconti (Università degli Studi di Salerno)

Formal languages and automata theory:

Organized by Juhani Karhumäki (Turku, Finland) and Alexander Okhotin 
(St. Petersburg, Russia). Speakers:

Kai Salomaa (Queen's University at Kingston)
Matrin Kutrib (Justus-Liebig-Universität Gießen)
Thomas Colcombet (Université Paris Diderot)
Artur Jez (University of Wrocław)

History and philosophy of computing:
Special topic: History and foundations of recursion, in memory of Rósza 
Péter (1905-1977)

Organized by Liesbeth De Mol (Lille, France) and Giuseppe Primiero 
(London, United Kingdom). Speakers:

Juliette Kennedy (University of Helsinki)
Jan von Plato (University of Helsinki)
Hector Zenil (University of Oxford, and Karolinska Institute)
Cliff Jones (Newcastle University)

The PROGRAM COMMITTEE consisted of:

Andrew Arana (Urbana-Champaign, US)
Arnold Beckmann (Swansea, UK)
Paola Bonizzoni (Milan, IT)
Olivier Bournez (Palaiseau, FR)
Vasco Brattka (Munich, DE)
Cristian S. Calude (Auckland, NZ)
Ann Copestake (Cambridge, UK)
Liesbeth De Mol (Lille, FR)
Helena Durnová (Brno, CZ)
Ekaterina Fokina (Vienna, AT)
Tero Harju (Turku, FI)
Emmanuel Jeandel (Nancy, FR)
Emil Jeřábek (Prague, CZ)
Natašha Jonoska (Tampa, US)
Jarkko Kari (Turku, FI, co-chair)
Viv Kendon (Durham, UK)
Takayuki Kihara (Berkley, US)
Florin Manea (Kiel, DE)
Klaus Meer (Cottbus, DE)
Russell Miller (New York City, US)
Bernard Moret (Lausanne, CH)
Rolf Niedermeier (Berlin, DE)
Dag Normann (Oslo, NO)
Dirk Nowotka (Kiel, DE)
Isabel Oitavem (Lisbon, PT)
Ion Petre (Turku, FI, co-chair)
Kai Salomaa (Kingston, CA)
Reed Solomon (Storrs, US)
Mariya Soskova (Sofia, BG)
Susan Stepney (York, UK)
Peter Van Emde Boas (Amsterdam, NL)
Philip Welch (Bristol, UK)
Damien Woods (Pasadena, US)

Magic in Science:

The symposium “Magic in Science” will be co-located with CiE 2017. It 
takes place on June 17, 2017, immediately after CiE. The symposium 
celebrates the 75th birthday of Prof. Grzegorz Rozenberg, University of 
Leiden, the Netherlands and University of Colorado at Boulder, USA. 
Grzegorz Rozenberg is one of the world leaders in research on 
Theoretical Computer Science and Natural Computing. As a matter of fact, 
he is often called the guru of Natural Computing, having started 
promoting it as a coherent scientific discipline already from the 1970s 
– he gave this area its name and defined its scope. He played a central 
role in the development of theoretical computer science in Europe. His 
research is very broad in scope and it is a prime example of 
interdisciplinary research. He has authored exceptionally many research 
papers opening new vistas, as well as well-known books   about 
developmental languages, decidability and DNA computing. He supervised 
numerous Ph.D. students, many of whom have become known scientists. He 
serves or has served the international computer science community in 
numerous roles, including: president of the European Association for 
Theoretical Computer Science (EATCS); cofounder and president of the 
International Society for Nanoscale Science, Computation, and 
Engineering (ISNSCE); chair of the steering committee of the DNA 
Computing Conference; cofounder and chair of the steering committee of 
the International Conference on Application and Theory of Petri Nets; 
chair of the steering committee of the European Educational Forum; 
cofounder and chair of the steering committee of the International 
Conference on Developments in Language Theory; co-chair of the steering 
committee of the International Conference on Unconventional Computation 
and Natural Computation; and director of European Molecular Computing 
Consortium. The talks given at the symposium will have an overview 
character and together they will cover a broad range of topics from 
Computer Science, reflecting Grzegorz Rozenberg's broad research 
interests. Among the topics covered are: P vs NP, reaction systems, 
membrane computing, graph isomorphism, combinatorics on words, DNA 
rearrangements, smart textiles, smart drones, magic squares, wonder 
cubes, and odor reproduction.
  Confirmed speakers include: David Harel, Weizmann Institute of 
Science, Israel- "On odor reproduction and how to test for it" Hendrik 
Jan Hoogeboom, University of Leiden, the Netherlands - TBA Juraj 
Hromkovic, Swiss Federal Institute of Technology Zurich, Switzerland - 
"Why P vs. NP is so hard that even magicians failed to solve it" Natasha 
Jonoska, University of South Florida, USA - TBA Juhani Karhumäki, 
University of Turku, Finland - "Combinatorics on words and k-abelian 
equivalence" Hermann Maurer, Academia Europaea and Graz University of 
Technology, Austria: "Some unusual applications of computer science" 
George Paun, Institute of Mathematics of the Academy of Romania - TBA 
Azaria Paz, Technion, Israel - "Linked magic squares on a cube. Theme 
and variations" Moshe Vardi, Rice University, USA - "The 
Automated-Reasoning Revolution: From Theory to Practice and Back" The 
symposium is free of charge. Details: http://combio.abo.fi/rozenberg75/

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