LATA - Language and Automata Theory and Applications. The 6th International Conference on Language and Automata Theory and Applications, March 5-9, 2012, A Coruña, Spain.
The history of LATA starts in 2007. After three consecutive editions organized in Tarragona, the 4th edition (LATA 2010) took place in Trier, Germany while the 5th edition was back in Tarragona. Now it is the time for a new place to host LATA 2012, this time we go to A Coruña, Galicia, Spain.
Research Group on Mathematical Linguistics
Rovira i Virgili University
Av. Catalunya, 35
43002 Tarragona, Spain
e-Mail: florentinalilica.voicu (at) urv.cat
A centenary celebration of the life and work of Alan Turing. The tutorial sessions Around the Physical Church-Turing Thesis presented by Gilles Dowek on March 6 and 7 are dedicated to this event.
The volume of proceedings published by Springer in the series of Lecture Notes in Computer Science ( LNCS volume 7183) will be available by the time of the conference.
|Event announced: July 16, 2011|
|Paper submission: October 12, 2011 (23:59h, CET)|
|Notification of paper acceptance or rejection: November 21, 2011|
|Final version of the paper for the LNCS proceedings: November 28, 2011|
|Early registration: December 5, 2011|
|Late registration: February 24, 2012|
|Starting of the conference: March 5, 2012|
|Submission to the post-conference special issue: June 22, 2012|
thanks to Alexander Okhotin
(the same picture in higher resolution: 2604x1404)
|1. Johannes Schmidt||11. Mikhail Barash||21. Ahmet Kara||31. Jesús Vilares Ferro|
|2. Giovanni Pighizzini||12. Carlos Martin-Vide||22. Pascal Tesson||32. Michael Geilke|
|3. Gao Ziyuan||13. Julien Brusten||23. Hadrien Jeanne||33. Mateus de Oliveira|
|4. G. Michele Pinna||14. Alexander Okhotin||24. Nicholas Tran||34. Miguel A. Alonso Pardo|
|5. Stefan Hetzl||15. Ville Salo||25. Rod Downey||35. Michal Forišek|
|6. Chris Bouchard||16. Bernard Boigelot||26. Adam Roman||36. Eric Rowland|
|7. Markus Schmid||17. Eugene Asarin||27. Bianca Truthe||37. Adrian-Horia Dediu|
|8. Dag Hovland||18. Tomoyuki Yamakami||28. Klaus Reinhardt||38. Monika Steinová|
|9. Jesper Kristensen||19. Yadu Vasudev||29. Morten Stöckel||39. Jari Stenman|
|10. Norbert Hundeshagen||20. Tobias Pröger||30. Jack Lutz||40. Julien Cervelle|
Your paper (if accepted) will be published in the LNCS proceedings of the conference. For detailed instructions about the LNCS format, please consult: the Springer site. Download the file llncs2e.zip. All the instructions for the layout of the paper are given within (there is also an example of an article on pages 15-23 after compiling the .tex source).
According to wikipedia, in Spain, currently the only official form of the name is the Galician one, "A Coruña". Nonetheless, the Spanish form, La Coruña, is still widespread. In English the city is still sometimes known as Corunna, and archaically was called The Groyne.