Call for posters
ISSAC is an annual international symposium that provides an opportunity to
learn of new developments and to present original research in all areas of
symbolic and algebraic computation.
The poster sessions are an ideal venue for presenting recent research results
or ongoing research projects that might not yet be complete, but whose
preliminary results are already interesting nonetheless. Posters describing
computer algebra systems and applications are also especially welcome. To
encourage poster submissions of good quality, a best poster prize, consisting of
a certificate, will be awarded. Posters will be judged based on content and
The conference topics include, but are not limited to:
- Algorithmic mathematics: Algebraic, symbolic, and
symbolic-numeric algorithms including: simplification, polynomial and rational
function manipulations, algebraic equations, summation and recurrence
equations, integration and differential equations, linear algebra, number
theory, group computations, and geometric computing.
- Computer science: Theoretical and practical problems in symbolic
mathematical manipulation including: computer algebra systems, data
structures, computational complexity, problem solving environments,
programming languages and libraries for symbolic-numeric-geometric
computation, user interfaces, visualization, software architectures, parallel
or distributed computing, mapping algorithms to architectures, analysis and
benchmarking, automatic differentiation and code generation, automatic theorem
proving, mathematical data exchange protocols.
- Applications: Problem treatments incorporating algebraic,
symbolic, symbolic-numeric and geometric computation in an essential or novel
way, including engineering, economics and finance, architecture, physical and
biological sciences, computer sciences, logic, mathematics, statistics, and
uses in education.
Authors are invited to submit an abstract of no more than 900 words
describing the contents of the poster. Plain TeX or LaTeX is preferred, but
plain text is also acceptable.
The abstracts should be submitted electronically via email to ISSAC2002Posters@orcca.on.ca
- 29 June 2002: Poster abstracts must be received.
- Notification of acceptance will shortly follow submission.
Authors are encouraged to read the article How to Prepare a
Poster Committee Co-Chairs
Robert M. Corless
Ontario Research Centre for Computer Algebra
and the Department of Applied Mathematics
University of Western Ontario
London, Ontario, Canada
Cryptographic Components Evaluation Division
Cryptographic Evaluations Center,
National Security Agency
Last modified on Fri Jul 5 11:46:51 MET DST 2002