ITCS: Innovations in Theoretical Computer Science

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All CFPs on WikiCFP

Event When Where Deadline
ITCS 2021 12th Innovations in Theoretical Computer Science conference
Jan 6, 2021 - Jan 8, 2021 online Sep 8, 2020
ITCS 2017 Innovations in Theoretical Computer Science
Jan 9, 2017 - Jan 1, 2017 Berkeley Sep 15, 2016
ITCS 2015 Innovations in Theoretical Computer Science
Jan 11, 2015 - Jan 13, 2015 Weizmann Institute of Science, Israel Aug 8, 2015
ITCS 2014 Innovations in Theoretical Computer Science
Jan 12, 2014 - Jan 14, 2014 Princeton, NJ Aug 22, 2013
ITCS 2013 Innovations in Theoretical Computer Science
Jan 9, 2013 - Jan 12, 2013 Berkeley, CA, USA Aug 13, 2012
 
 

Present CFP : 2021

The 12th Innovations in Theoretical Computer Science (ITCS) conference will be held online from January 6-8, 2021. More detailed information about the format of the conference will be posted after the author notifications are sent.
ITCS seeks to promote research that carries a strong conceptual message (e.g., introducing a new concept, model or understanding, opening a new line of inquiry within traditional or interdisciplinary areas, introducing new mathematical techniques and methodologies, or new applications of known techniques). ITCS welcomes both conceptual and technical contributions whose contents will advance and inspire the greater theory community.

Important dates

Submission deadline: September 8, 2020 (05:59pm PDT)
Notification to authors: November 1, 2020
Conference dates: January 6-8, 2021

Program committee

Andris Ambainis, University of Latvia
Nima Anari, Stanford
Elette Boyle, IDC Herzliya
Mark Braverman, Princeton
Sebastien Bubeck, Microsoft Research
Claire Mathieu, CNRS, Paris
Edith Cohen, Google
Anindya De, University of Pennsylania
Uriel Feige, Weizmann Institute
Kira Goldner, Columbia
Monika Henzinger, University of Vienna
Maurice Herlihy, Brown
Sam Hopkins, UC Berkeley and MIT
Tali Kaufman, Bar-Ilan University
Adam Klivans, UT Austin
Gillat Kol, Princeton
Alexandra Kolla, University of Colorado, Boulder
Lap Chi Lau, University of Waterloo
James R. Lee, University of Washington (chair)
Jamie Morgenstern, University of Washington
Anand Natajaran, MIT
Alantha Newman, Université Grenoble Alpes
Lorenzo Orecchia, University of Chicago
Debmalya Panigrahi, Duke University
Richard Peng, Georgia Tech
Ron Rothblum, Technion
Aviad Rubinstein, Stanford
Tselil Schramm, Stanford
Leonard Schulman, California Institute of Technology
Anastasios Sidiropoulos, University of Illinois at Chicago
Nikhil Srivastava, UC Berkeley
Ola Svensson, EPFL
Avishay Tal, UC Berkeley
Luca Trevisan, Bocconi University
Jan Vondrak, Stanford
Matt Weinberg, Princeton
Amir Yehudayoff, Technion
Mark Zhandry, Princeton and NTT Research

Submissions

Authors should upload a PDF of the paper to hotcrp using the following link: https://itcs2021.hotcrp.com. The font size should be at least 11 point and the paper should be single column. Beyond these, there are no formatting requirements. Authors are required to submit a COI declaration upon submission.

Submissions should not have the authors' names on them. Instead, author and institution information is to be uploaded separately. PC members will still be able to access author names in the reviewing process if they feel they need to; the intent of this procedure is to make it easier for PC members to remove unconscious biases. You are free (and encouraged) to post your paper on your web page, the arXiv, etc.

Authors should strive to make their paper accessible not only to experts in their subarea, but also to the theory community at large. The submission should include proofs of all central claims. In addition, it is recommended that the paper contain, within the first 10 pages, a concise and clear presentation of the merits of the paper, including a discussion of its significance, innovations, and place within (or outside) of our field's scope and literature. The committee will put a premium on writing that conveys clearly, in as simple and straightforward a manner as possible, what the paper accomplishes.

All submissions will be treated as confidential, and will only be disclosed to the committee and their chosen sub-referees. In addition, the program committee may consult with journal editors and program chairs of other conferences about controversial issues such as parallel submissions.

 

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