Welcome and Call for Papers
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The conference, organised under the auspicies of the European Association for Theoretical Computer Science (EATCS),
is supported by the New Zealand Royal Society. It will be held at the Auckland Campus
of Massey University at Albany in Auckland, New Zealand. The conference will be accompanied by two thematic workshops, the
International Workshop on Automata, Structures and Logic
(organised by B. Khoussainov) and the International
Workshop "Tilings and Cellular Automata" (organised by M. Margenstern).
Original papers are solicited in formal language and automata theory, and related areas. Typical, but not exclusive, topics include:
grammars and acceptors for strings, graphs, arrays; efficient text algorithms; combinatorial and algebraic properties of languages;
decision problems; relations to complexity theory and logic; picture description and analysis; cryptography; concurrency; DNA and
The proceedings were published as volume 3340 in the Springer-Verlag Lecture Notes in Computer Science
Extended versions of selected papers from the proceedings have appeared in the special issue of the International Journal of Foundations of
Computer Science 16, No. 4 (August 2005). BEATCS Report
Please use the submission button on the left, which will appear in early February 2004. Important dates:
- Submissions Due: 14 June 2004
- Notification: 6 September 2004 (accepted
list and poster list)
- Final Copies Due: 26 September 2004
- Tentative Programme in html or pdf formats.
Cost of Participation:
Full registration (US$350) includes reception, excursion, refreshments, conference dinner and proceedings; registration before
25 September 2004 is US$300. Restricted student registration is US$50.
All enquiries should initially be directed to the conference secretary, Michael Dinneen (firstname.lastname@example.org)
or to the conference local committee chair Elena Calude (email@example.com).
For questions or comments relating to the operation of this web site (including registration problems), please contact
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