[isabelle] Doctoral symposium at IFM 2005 (cfp)
Doctoral Symposium at IFM 2005
PhD students are kindly invited to submit a contribution on their
current research in integrated formal methods to the
Doctoral Symposium of the 5th Int. Conf. on Integrated Formal Methods
See http://www.win.tue.nl/ifm/ for the conference topics.
The doctoral symposium will take place in Eindhoven on November 29,
right after the tutorial by Holger Hermanns, and one day before the
main conference (Nov 30 - Dec 2), with invited talks by Patrice
Godefroid, David Parnas and Doron Peled.
Reasons to submit
- the doctoral symposium gives you an excellent opportunity
to present your work in an international setting, and to
get feedback from senior researchers in the field
- the doctoral symposium lets you exchange knowledge and
experiences with fellow PhD-students in a related topic.
- the best paper/presentation will be awarded by BCS-FACS
- the selected contributions will be published electronically on
the website and distributed as hand-out during the conference
- a subset of the selected papers will be invited for an
extended contribution to a post-conference proceedings
(currently under negotiation with ENTCS)
What do we require?
Send a 5 page extended abstract in PS or PDF format to
ifm at win.tue.nl. This abstract should:
- contain your name, affiliation, and a 200 word abstract
- clearly identify the research question you are addressing
- present preliminary ideas for the proposed approach and the
contributions and results so far
- contain a comparison with related work
Please also include a letter of recommendation by your advisor,
stating your research topic and expected date of your dissertation,
which should be later than the symposium.
Submissions will be reviewed by the conference chairs and selected
for inclusion in the symposium on the basis of technical merit,
presentation quality, and relevance to the conference topics.
17 oct 2005: submission of 5 pages (postscript/pdf) to ifm at win.tue.nl
21 oct 2005: notification of selected contributions
29 nov 2005: doctoral symposium
2 dec 2005: afterthought and best student paper award.
IFM co-chairs (ifm at win.tue.nl)
Jaco van de Pol, Judi Romijn, Graeme Smith
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