ITP 2022 : Interactive Theorem Proving
Conference Series : Interactive Theorem Proving
Call For Papers
The International Conference on Interactive Theorem Proving (ITP 2022) will take place on August 7-10, 2022 in Haifa, Israel. It will be part of FLoC 2022.
The FLoC organizing committee will make all efforts possible to ensure everyone can attend in person. However, they are very much aware that there might be members of the community who cannot travel to Israel. In cases where travel is not possible, they will ensure people can participate remotely.
The ITP conference series is concerned with all aspects of interactive theorem proving, ranging from theoretical foundations to implementation aspects and applications in program verification, security, and the formalization of mathematics. This will be the 13th conference in the ITP series, while predecessor conferences from which it has evolved have been going since 1988.
ITP welcomes submissions describing original research on all aspects of interactive theorem proving and its applications. Suggested topics include, but are not limited to, the following:
formalizations of computational models
improvements in theorem prover technology
formalizations of mathematics
integration with automated provers and other symbolic tools
verification of security algorithms
industrial applications of interactive theorem provers
formal aspects of hardware and software
user interfaces for interactive theorem provers
use of theorem provers in education
concise and elegant worked examples of formalizations (proof pearls)
Submissions will undergo single-blind peer review.
They should be no more than 16 pages in length, excluding bibliographic references in LIPIcs format (for detailed instructions for authors on document preparation see
The papers are to be submitted in PDF format via EasyChair via: https://easychair.org/conferences/?conf=itp2022
We also welcome short papers, which can be used to describe interesting work that is still ongoing and not fully mature ("rough diamonds"). Such a preliminary report is limited to 6 pages and may consist of an extended abstract. Each of these papers should bear the phrase “(short paper)” beneath the title. Accepted submissions in this category will be published in the main proceedings and will be presented as short talks.
All submissions are expected to be accompanied by verifiable evidence of a suitable implementation, such as the source files of a formalization for the proof assistant used.