* CONCUR 2011 *
Call for affiliated workshops
The 22nd Conference on Concurrency Theory (CONCUR 2011) will be held
September 6th - September 9th, 2011, in Aachen, Germany. It will
co-locate with the 8th Conference on Quantitative Evaluation of
SysTems (QEST) 2011, and the 6th Workshop on Trustworthy Global
Researchers and practitioners are invited to submit proposals for
workshops to be affiliated to CONCUR 2011, on topics related to
concurrency theory and its applications. Example topics include:
semantics, logics, verification techniques for concurrent systems,
and cross-fertilization between industry and academia. Past CONCUR
conferences have been accompanied by successful workshops on a
variety of topics, such as formal and foundational methods, models
of systems (biological, timed), security issues, semantical issues,
and verification methods.
The purpose of the workshops is to provide participants with a
friendly, interactive atmosphere for presenting novel ideas and
discussing their application. The workshops take place on Monday,
September 5th and Saturday, September 10th, 2011. CONCUR 2011 takes
place from September 6-9; QEST from September 6-8, and TGC on
Proposals should include:
* The name and the preferred date of the proposed workshop.
* A very brief cv of the chairperson(s) or a link to some web page
including such information.
* A short scientific summary of the topic, its scope and significance,
including a discussion on the relation with CONCUR topics.
* If applicable, a description of past versions of the workshop,
including dates, organizers, submission and acceptance counts, and
* Procedures for selecting papers and/or talks, plans for
dissemination (for example, proceedings and special issues of
journals), and the expected number of participants.
Workshop proposals due: Monday, October 18th, 2010
Notification of acceptance: Wednesday, November 10th, 2010
Workshops: September 5th, 2011 and September 10th, 2011
Submissions to: concur-ws(a)inf.uni-due.de
The CONCUR organization offers:
* Link from the CONCUR web site.
* Setup of meeting space, and related equipment.
* On-line and on-site registration to the workshop.
The main responsibility of organizing a workshop goes to the workshop
* Workshop publicity (possibly including call for papers, submission
and review process).
* Scheduling workshop activities in collaboration with the CONCUR
For more information, please refer to the CONCUR 2011 website
or contact us via concur-ws(a)inf.uni-due.de.
The CONCUR 2011 workshop chairs,
H.J. Sander Bruggink (sander.bruggink(a)uni-due.de)
Mathias Hülsbusch (mathias.huelsbusch(a)uni-due.de)