LICS '91 Call for Papers

CALL FOR PAPERS						June 26, 1990

		      Sixth Annual IEEE Symposium on

                         July 15-18, 1991, Amsterdam

The LICS Symposium aims for wide coverage of theoretical and practical
issues in Computer Science that relate to Logic in a broad sense,
including algebraic, categorical and topological approaches.  Suggested,
but not exclusive, topics of interest include:

   abstract data types, automated deduction, concurrency,
   constructive mathematics, data base theory, finite model
   theory, knowledge representation, lambda and combinatory
   calculi, logical aspects of computational complexity, logics
   in artificial intelligence, logic programming, modal and
   temporal logics, program logic and semantics, rewrite rules,
   software specification, type systems, verification.

LICS is sponsored by the IEEE Technical Committee on Mathematical
Foundations of Computing in cooperation with ACM SIGACT, the Association
for Symbolic Logic and the European Association of Theoretical Computer

	Gilles Kahn
	INRIA Sophia-Antipolis
	06565 Valbonne Cedex
	email: kahn@mirsa.inria.fr
	FAX: (33) 93 65 77 66

S. Abiteboul, INRIA Rocquencourt	S. Abramsky, Imperial Coll., London
K. Apt, CWI Amsterdam			J. Bergstra, U. Amsterdam
V. Breazu-Tannen, U. Penn.		S. Buss, U. C. San Diego
R. Constable, Cornell			P-L. Curien, ENS Paris
N. Dershowitz, U. Illinois		P. Dybjer, Chalmers U., Goteborg Sweden
U. Goltz, GMD Bonn			G. Longo, U. Pisa & ENS Paris
G. Mints, Inst. Cyber., Tallinn Estonia	A. Pitts, Cambridge U., England
S. Ronchi, U. Torino			M. Sato, Tohoku U., Sendai, Japan
U. Shapiro, Weizmann Inst., Israel	B. Steffen, Aarhus U., Denmark

J.W. Klop				Roel de Vrijer
Ctr. for Math. and Computer Sci.	Free University, Math. and Computer Sci.
Kruislaan 413				de Boelelaan 1081a
NL-1098 SJ Amsterdam			1081 HV Amsterdam
The Netherlands				The Netherlands
email: jwk@cwi.nl			email: rdv@cs.vu.nl
FAX: +31 20 5924199			FAX: +31 20 427705


Twenty (20) copies of a cover page, and eight (8) copies of a detailed
abstract--not a full paper--should be received by JANUARY 2, 1991 by the
Program Chair (Gilles Kahn, Attn: LICS). Authors without access to
reproduction facilities may submit a single copy.  Authors will be
notified of acceptance or rejection by FEBRUARY 28, 1991.  Accepted papers
in the specified format for the proceedings are due APRIL 5, 1991.

The cover page of the submission should include the title and authors, a
brief synopsis, and the corresponding author's name, address, phone
number, FAX number, and e-mail addresses if available.  Abstracts must be
clearly written and provide sufficient detail to allow the program
committee to assess the merits of the paper.  References and comparisons
with related work should be included.  Abstracts of fewer than 1500 words
are rarely adequate, but the total abstract, including references, should
not exceed 4000 words. Papers must be unpublished and not submitted for
publication elsewhere, including proceedings of other symposia or
workshops.  Late abstracts, or those departing significantly from these
guidelines, run a high risk of rejection.

Albert R. Meyer
MIT Lab. for Computer Science
545 Technology Square, NE43-315
Cambridge, MA 02139
email: meyer@theory.lcs.mit.edu
FAX: (617) 253 3480

ORGANIZING COMMITTEE: M. Abadi, J. Barwise, A. Chandra, R. Constable, E.
Engeler, J. Gallier, J. Goguen, Y. Gurevich, S. Hayashi, D. Johnson, G.
Kahn, J.W. Klop, D. Kozen, D. Leivant, Z. Manna, A. Meyer (Chair), G.
Mints, J. Mitchell, Y. Moschovakis, C. Papadimitriou, R. Parikh, G.
Plotkin, G. Rozenberg, D. Scott, J. Tiuryn, R. de Vrijer

For further announcements, contact the

Prof. Daniel Leivant
School of Computer Science
Carnegie Mellon University
Pittsburgh, PA 15213
email: lics@cs.cmu.edu