SOFSEM95 First Announcement 
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 SOFSEM95 First Announcement

                              CALL FOR PAPERS

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       |                                                            |
       |                         SOFSEM'95                          |
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       |              XXII. International Winter School             |
       |  on Theoretical and Practical Aspects of Computer Science  |
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                       November 25 - December 2, 1995
                    Hotel 9 skal, Milovy, Czech Republic

        Organized by Czech and Slovak Societies for Computer Science
                           and  Czech ACM Chapter

Subject:
        SOFSEM (SOFtware SEMinar) is an eight-day international
        winter school devoted to the theory and the practice of
        software systems. Its program consists of a series of invited
        talks given by prominent academic professionals and researchers.
        Contributed talks and posters of participants are also included
        in the program of SOFSEM. The working language is English.
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        Invited talks and contributed talks are published by Springer-Verlag
        in the series "Lecture Notes in Computer Science" and distributed
        at the seminar.

        The one-day tutorial devoted to Information Technology Security
        issues is given as an additional program of SOFSEM '95 prior to
        the actual seminar. The tutorial is held in Czech, and it is aimed
        at the Czech information system managers and computer security
        specialists.

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    |       Sofsem'95 is the 22nd in the series of Sofsem seminars         |
    |         held annually and follows many successful meetings;          |
    | it is intended to foster cooperation among people working in various |
    |   areas of computer science. Its scientific program offers a unique  |
    |       opportunity to gain a relatively quick and representative      |
    |        overview about the selected parts of computer science,        |
    |                    presented by top researchers.                     |
    |   Its social program provides an optimal framework for discussions,  |
    |   meetings, contact establishing, and recreation. Especially suited  |
    |            for PhD students and young computer scientists.           |
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Advisory Board:  
        Dines Bjorner   (UN University, IIST, Macau)
        Peter van Emde Boas (Uni Amsterdam, Netherlands)
        Manfred Broy    (TU Munich, Germany)
        Michal Chytil   (Arthur D.Little Int., Prague, CZ),
        Georg Gottlob   (TU Vienna, Austria)
        Keith Jeffery   (RAL, Oxon, UK)
        Maria Zemankova (Mitre Corp, McLean, USA)

Program Committee:
        Co-Chair - J.Staudek    (Masaryk University, Brno),
        Co-Chair - J.Wiedermann (Academy of Sciences, Prague),
        L.Motyckova (Masaryk Univ., Brno),  J.Kral (Masaryk Univ., Brno),
        J.Pavelka (Charles Univ., Prague),  F.Plasil (Czech TU, Prague),
        I.Privara (Institute of Informatics and Statistics, Slovakia),
        B.Rovan (Comenius Univ., Slovakia), J. Zlatuska (MU Brno).

Invited Talks:
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  Fundamentals
        - Jiri Wiedermann, Czech Academy of Sciences, Prague, CZ
          THEORY OF PARALLEL MACHINE MODELS: HOW IT IS AND WHERE IT GOES
        - Petr Hajek, Czech Academy of Sciences, Prague, Czech Republic
          FUZZY LOGIC AS LOGIC
        - Hava Siegelman, Technion, Haifa, Israel
          ANALOG COMPUTATION VIA NEURAL NETWORKS
        - Gerard Tel, Utrecht University, The Netherlands
          BENEFIT AND COST OF SENSE OF DIRECTION IN DISTRIBUTED COMPUTATIONS

  Databases
        - Keith G. Jeffery, Rutherford Appleton Laboratory, UK
          DATABASE BASICS
        - Jane Grimson, Trinity College Dublin, UK
          DISTRIBUTED INFORMATION SYSTEMS
        - Norman W. Paton, Heriot-Watt University, Edinburgh, UK
          EXTENDING DATABASE TECHNOLOGIES

  Software Engineering
        - Tony Betts, CCTA Norwich, UK
          DOES SSADM MEET THE REQUIREMENTS OF SOFTWARE DEVELOPMENT METHODS
          IN THE 1990'S?
        - Pippa Newman, Intnl. SSADM User Group, UK
          DOES PRINCE MEET THE REQUIREMENTS OF PROJECT
          MANAGMENT METHODS IN THE 1990'S?
        - Juan Bicarregui, Rutherford Appleton Laboratory, UK
          FORMAL METHODS IN PRACTICE
        - Hans Rischel, Technical University of Denmark
          DEVELOPMENT OF SAFETY-CRITICAL, REAL-TIME SYSTEMS:
          THE PROCOS APPROACH
        - Egon Boerger, University of Pisa, Italy
          THE EVOLVING ALGEBRA METHODOLOGY FOR DESIGN AND ANALYSIS
          OF COMPLEX SW/HW SYSTEMS

  Parallel Distributed Systems & Scientific Computing
        - Christian Bac, Guy Bernard, Denis Conan, Hong Quang Nguyen,
          Chantal Taconet, Institut National des Telecommunications,
          Evry, France
          EXPERIENCE WITH CHORUS
        - Santosh Shrivastava, University of Newcastle, UK
          LESSONS LEARNED FROM BUILDING AND USING ARJUNA DISTRIBUTED
          PROGRAMMING SYSTEM
        - Hans P.Zima, University of Vienna, Austria
          LANGUAGES AND TOOLS FOR PARALLEL SCIENTIFIC COMPUTING

  Multimedia, Hypertext
        - Herman Maurer, University of Auckland, New Zealand
          NEW ASPECTS OF NETWORKED MULTIMEDIA SYSTEMS
        - Ales Limpouch, Karel Charvat, Help Service-Mapping, Prague, CZ
          QUO VADIS GIS: FROM GIS TO GIMS AND OPEN GIS
        - Victoria A. Marshall, Rutherford Appleton Laboratory, UK
          THE WORLD WIDE WEB
  Others
        - EC speaker, Brussel
          EC R&D FUNDING FOR CENTRAL/EASTERN EUROPE

Contributed Talks:
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  4-page abstracts in  English are expected. A full camera ready copy
  of contributed talks on current topics in Computer Science should be
  no longer than 4-pages. Presentation time for contributed talks is
  25 minutes. Some authors may be invited by the Program Committee to
  re-submit their submissions as a poster. Contributed talks will be
  included in the Proceedings of SOFSEM '95, published by Springer-Verlag
  in the "Lecture Notes in Computer Science" series.

  Each submission should have a title giving the following information:
  name, address, e-mail address, and phone number of each author;
  specification of one of the authors as the contact person.

  Please send five printed copies or a postscript file for each submission.

Deadlines:
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        Submission of the contributed talk/poster     June 1,  1995
        Notification of acceptance/rejection          July 10, 1995
        Camera-ready copy of the contributed talk     Sept. 1, 1995

  The Organizing Committee will supply the authors of accepted contributed
  talks with a leaflet of detailed technical instructions and the{*filter*}
  style file for the preparation of the camera-ready copy.

Contact Address:
        All communications, enquires and submissions should be adressed to
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        Lenka Motyckova
        Faculty of Informatics                  
        Masaryk University
        Buresova 20,  602 00 Brno

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FULL-DAY TUTORIAL - NOVEMBER 24, 1995
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  Petr Hanacek, Vaclav Matyas, Jan Pavelka, Jan Staudek: Faculty of EE and
  Informatics, VUT  Brno; Faculty of Informatics, MU Brno; DCIT Praha, CZ
        INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY SECURITY
                Security program, security enforcing functions and
                mechanisms, cryptography, risk analysis and management,
                security architectures, contingency planning,
                and legal issues. (The tutorial is in Czech).

FEES:
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  To register, please mail the filled-in registration form
  and the notification of your payment to the SOFSEM secretary:

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        Z. Walletzka, SOFSEM '95
        UVT MU, Buresova 20,
        602 00 Brno, Czech Republic

        phone: +42-5-4132 1237 ext 273, +42-5-4121 1646
        fax:   +42-5-4121 2747


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  Total cost covers the organizational expenses, accommodation, and meals
  for the whole (eight-day) winter school as well as the Proceedings:

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    type     single_room  double_room
    of fee                             Explanation
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    S0 *)    5 780  Kc    4 580  Kc    total costs for CZ ACM, CIS, SIS  
    S1       6 180  Kc    4 980  Kc    total costs for CZ/SK participants
    S2         280 USD      240 USD    total costs for others
    S3 *)    6 690  Kc    5 340  Kc    S0 + IT Security Tutorial
    S4       7 090  Kc    5 740  Kc    S1 + IT Security Tutorial
    S5       1 410  Kc    1 260  Kc    IT Security Tutorial only
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    *) only for members of Czech ACM, Czech Informatics Society (CIS) and
       Slovak Informatics Society (SIS) !    (Kc stands for Czech Krowns)

    Banking           : Ceska sporitelna Brno - mesto, Brno, Czech Rep.
    Account Name      : Ceska informaticka spolecnost, pobocka Brno
    Account Number    : 6851659-628/0800
    Details of Payment: Fill in your name and affiliation.

Important!
  The prices specified above are only valid until 15th September.
  After September 15, the prices are increased by 1 000 Kc / 50 USD.
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Local Arrangements:
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  For more information regarding SOFSEM'95 and Local Arrangements
  please contact

Sofsem www-page:   http://www.*-*-*.com/
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Venue:
        The winter school will be held at the Hotel 9 skal (Nine Rocks),
        Milovy. The hotel is located in the Bohemian-Moravian
        Highlands (central part of the Czech Republic) by the town
        of Zdar nad Sazavou. The recreation facility offers swimming pool,
        sauna, fitness centre, day-club, coffee-rooms, and other services.
        The location is easily accessible from airports at Prague or Vienna
        (2-3 hours by car, bus or train).

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                REGISTRATION FORM AND PAYMENT NOTICE

        Please e-mail or fax to:

                Z. Walletzka --- SOFSEM '95
                UVT MU
                Buresova 20, 602 00 Brno
                Czech Republic
                fax: +42-5-4121 2747

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