[isabelle] Final CFP Post-proceedings TYPES 2014 Types for Proofs and Programs (open call, extended deadline)

 Final call for papers: Types for Proofs and Programs,
      post-proceedings of TYPES 2014 (open call)     
(with deadline extension and corrected submission link)

TYPES is a major forum for the presentation of research on all aspects
of type theory and its applications. The post-proceedings of TYPES
2014, which was held May 12-15 in Paris, are open to everyone, also
those who did not participate in the conference. We would like to
invite all researchers that study type systems to share their results
concerning type-based theorem proving environments or type-based
formal modelling, in particular we welcome submissions on any topic in
the following list:

 - Foundations of type theory and constructive mathematics
 - Applications of type theory
 - Dependently-typed programming
 - Industrial uses of type theory technology
 - Meta-theoretic studies of type systems
 - Proof-assistants and proof technology
 - Automation in computer-assisted reasoning
 - Links between type theory and functional programming
 - Formalising mathematics using type theory. 

Important dates

Abstract submission deadline:   8 September 2014 (new deadline)
Paper submission deadline:     15 September 2014 (new deadline)
Notification of acceptance:    15 February  2015


* Papers must be submitted in PDF format using EasyChair:

* Authors have the option to include an attachment (.zip or .tgz)
  containing mechanised proofs, but reviewers are not obliged to take
  these attachments into account. Attachments will not be published.

* The post-proceedings will be published in LIPIcs (Leibniz
  International Proceedings in Informatics,
  "http://www.dagstuhl.de/en/publications/lipics";), an open-access
  series of conference proceedings (TYPES 2013 post-proceedings have
  been published last July as volume 26 of the LIPIcs series Informatics,
  see http://drops.dagstuhl.de/portals/extern/index.php?semnr=14006).

* We recommend to keep the length of the contributions in the range of
  15-25 pages, and 25 pages is the upper limit for the
  submissions. More detailed instructions are given at


Hugo Herbelin           Inria Paris-Rocquencourt, France
Pierre Letouzey         University Paris-Diderot, France
Matthieu Sozeau         Inria Paris-Rocquencourt, France

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