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Subject:

ICTAC'09: Call for Workshop Proposals

From:

Martin Leucker <[log in to unmask]>

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Martin Leucker <[log in to unmask]>

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Sun, 19 Oct 2008 18:23:13 +0200

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			       ICTAC'09

   6th International Colloquium on Theoretical Aspects of Computing

		  ***   CALL FOR WORKSHOP PROPOSALS   ***

		   Equatorial Hotel Bangi, Malaysia
		 University Kebangsaan Malaysia (UKM)

		       August 18th - 20th 2009

		    http://www.ictac.net/ictac09/
----------------------------------------------------------------------

The 6th International Colloquium  on Theoretical Aspects  of Computing
is taking place from  the 18th till the  20th of August 2009  in Kuala
Lumpur, Malaysia. ICTAC'09  is     organized by Abdullah   Mohd   Zin,
Universiti Kebangsaan  Malaysia   and  Jeff Sanders,    United  Nation
University, Institute  of   Software Technology,  Macao.  The   PC  is
chaired by Martin Leucker (TU Munich) and Carroll Morgan (UNSW).

Visit http://www.ictac.net/ictac09 for a preliminary web page.

About ICTAC 2009
----------------

ICTAC 2009 is the 6th  International Colloquium on Theoretical Aspects
of  Computing, the latest  in  a series  founded by the  International
Institute for  Software  Technology of  the  United Nations University
(UNU-IIST).  The    main purpose  of  ICTAC   is    to bring  together
practitioners and researchers  from academia,  industry and government
to present research and  to  exchange ideas and  experience addressing
challenges  in  both theoretical  aspects  of   computing and in   the
exploitation   of   theory  through  methods   and  tools   for system
development. The previous four   ICTAC  events were held  in  Guiyang,
China (2004), Hanoi,   Vietnam (2005),  Tunis, Tunisia (2006),   Macau
(2007) and Istanbul (2008).

Workshops
---------

Traditionally, ICTAC'09 is hosting   a number of affiliated  workshops
complementing its technical   program.  Affiliated workshops   will be
organized on August 16 and 17 as pre-event workshops. 

Proposals  for workshops  affiliated    with ICTAC'09  are   cordially
invited. Informal proposals should be sent by e-mail by

	 **November 30, 2008** 

to the workshop chair

       Abhik Roychoudhury ([log in to unmask]) 

and should include the following information:

- Name of the workshop
- Intended aims and scope of the workshop
- Intended format of the workshop 
       (break-out sessions/panels/paper presentations)
- History of the workshop, if applicable
- Expected number of participants (min/av/max)
- Length of the event (1/2, 1 or 2 days)
- Plans  for   dissemination  (for  example, published  proceedings or
  special issues of journals).
- Contact person with full contact information

ICTAC'09 will provide organizational and administrative support for the
workshops.  The proposals  should be submitted  to the workshop chairs
as    soon as  possible, but   no  later  than  **November 30, 2008**.  
Notification will be sent shortly afterwards.

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