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ESA 2022 : European Symposium on Algorithms


Conference Series : European Symposium on Algorithms
When Sep 5, 2022 - Sep 9, 2022
Where Potsdam, Germany
Submission Deadline Apr 21, 2022
Notification Due Jun 18, 2022
Final Version Due Jul 3, 2022
Categories    algorithms   complexity   analysis of algorithms   algorithm engineering

Call For Papers


The European Symposium on Algorithms (ESA) is one of the premier conferences on algorithms. It is organized in collaboration with the European Association for Theoretical Computer Science (EATCS) and is a part of ALGO 2022.

Important Dates

Paper submission deadline: April 21
Notification: June 18
Camera ready: July 3
Proceedings published: September 2
Conference: September 5-9, 2021, in Potsdam, Germany

Call for Papers

The symposium seeks original algorithmic contributions for problems with relevant theoretical and/or practical applications. Papers with a strong emphasis on the theoretical analysis of algorithms should be submitted to Track A, while papers reporting on the results of extensive experimental evaluations and/or providing original contributions to the engineering of algorithms for practical applications should be submitted to Track B. Submissions that prove or explain known results in a much clearer, simpler or more elegant way than done before should be submitted to track S. There will be a Best Student Paper Award as well as a Best Paper Award, both sponsored by EATCS. In order for a paper to be considered for the Best Student Paper Award, all of its authors are required to be students.

Paper submission and proceedings

Papers should be submitted electronically via the EasyChair submission system. The ESA 2022 proceedings will be published in the Leibniz International Proceedings in Informatics (LIPIcs) series.
Submission Guidelines

Authors are invited to submit an extended abstract or full paper of at most 11 pages excluding the title page, references, and an optional appendix. The submission should be typeset using a 10-point or larger font in a single-column format with ample spacing throughout and 2cm margins all around on A4-size paper. We recommend, but not strictly require, making your initial submission adhere to LIPIcs publication guidelines. Proofs omitted due to space constraints must be placed in an appendix. This appendix can even comprise an entire full version of the paper. The appendix will be read by the program committee members at their discretion. In particular, appendices of accepted papers are not going to be published in the proceedings. The main part of the submission should therefore contain a clear technical presentation of the merits of the paper, including a discussion of the paper’s importance within the context of prior work and a description of the key technical and conceptual ideas used to achieve its main claims. These guidelines are strict: submissions deviating significantly from these guidelines risk being rejected without consideration of their merits. Papers should be submitted electronically via the EasyChair submission system. Results previously published (or scheduled for publication) in another conference proceedings or journal will not be accepted at ESA. Simultaneous submission to other conferences with published proceedings, or to multiple tracks of ESA 2022, is also not permitted. By submitting a paper the authors acknowledge that in case of acceptance, at least one of the authors must register at ALGO 2022, attend the conference, and present the paper.

Double-Blind Reviewing

The conference will employ a lightweight double-blind reviewing process. Submissions should not reveal the identity of the authors in any way. In particular, authors’ names, affiliations, and email addresses should not appear at the beginning or in the body of the submission. Authors should ensure that any references to their own related work is in the third person (e.g., not “We build on our previous work …” but rather “We build on the work of …”). The purpose of the double-blind reviewing is to help PC members and external reviewers come to an initial judgment about the paper without bias, not to make it impossible for them to discover the authors if they were to try. Nothing should be done in the name of anonymity that weakens the submission or makes the job of reviewing the paper more difficult. In particular, important references should not be omitted or anonymized. In addition, authors should feel free to disseminate their ideas or draft versions of their paper as they normally would. For example, authors may post drafts of their papers on the web, submit them to arXiv, and give talks on their research ideas. In case there exist publicly available versions of the submission online, the authors might mention this in their submission (without providing references/links), and briefly explain the differences if any. Alternatively, they might communicate the details to the chairs, who will keep them confidential unless revealing them to the PC is needed for a fair judgment. Authors with further questions on double-blind reviewing are encouraged to contact the PC chairs.

Papers presenting original research in all areas of algorithmic research are sought, including but not limited to:

Algorithm engineering
Algorithmic aspects of networks
Algorithmic game theory
Algorithmic Data Science
Approximation algorithms
Computational biology
Computational finance
Computational geometry
Combinatorial optimization
Data compression
Data structures
Databases and information retrieval
Distributed and parallel computing
Graph algorithms
Hierarchical memories
Heuristics and meta-heuristics
Mathematical programming
Mobile computing
Online algorithms
Parameterized algorithms
Pattern matching
Quantum computing
Randomized algorithms
Scheduling and resource allocation problems
Streaming algorithms

Announcement: ESA Track S

This year, the European Symposium on Algorithms ESA’22 will have a Track S (for Simplicity) inviting contributions that simplify algorithmic results.

We would like to expand the community around simplification of algorithmic
results, encourage and reward research towards simplification and clarity.
We find that simpler algorithms are easier to implement, bridging the gap
between theory and practice, and we find that new simple or elegant proofs
are easier to understand and to teach, and may contain interesting new
insights whose relevance only the future will reveal.

Scope: We invite submissions that prove or explain known results in a
much clearer, simpler or more elegant way than done before. Submissions
that improve on the state of the art from a theoretical or practical
viewpoint should instead be submitted to tracks A or B.

Paper assessment: Contingent on being in scope for ESA, submitted
papers will primarily be judged on the simplicity and elegance of their
proofs or algorithms, and the clarity of their presentation.

Track S will run as an experiment for the 2022 ESA in Potsdam, Germany.
It will have its own PC and PC chair, and the submission/acceptance
deadlines follow the schedule for tracks A and B.
Accepted Papers


Shiri Chechik (track A), Tel Aviv University
Gonzalo Navarro (track B), Universidad de Chile
Eva Rotenberg (track S), Technical University of Denmark

Steering Committee

Hannah Bast (chair), Albert-Ludwigs-Universität Freiburg
Shiri Chechik, Tel Aviv University
Fabrizio Grandoni, IDSIA, USI-SUPSI
Robert Krauthgamer, The Weizmann Institute of Science
Petra Mutzel (Chair), University of Bonn
Gonzalo Navarro, Universidad de Chile
Rasmus Pagh , University of Copenhagen
Eva Rotenberg, Technical University of Denmark
Peter Sanders, Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT)
Sabine Storandt, University of Konstanz

PC members (Track A)

Mikkel Abrahamsen, University of Copenhagen
Peyman Afshani, Aarhus University
Pankaj K. Agarwal, Duke University
Sepehr Assadi, Rutgers University
Per Austrin, KTH
Leonid Barenboim, The Open University of Israel
Surender Baswana, IIT Kanpur
Maike Buchin, Ruhr University Bochum
Jaroslaw Byrka, University of Wrocław
Diptarka Chakraborty, National University of Singapore
Shiri Chechik (chair), Tel Aviv University
Vincent Cohen-Addad, Google Research
Mark de Berg, TU Eindhoven
Mahsa Derakhshan, UC Berkley and Northeastern University
Michael Dinitz, Johns Hopkins University
Michal Dory, ETH Zurich
Matthias Englert, University of Warwick
Thomas Erlebach, Durham University
Fedor Fomin, University of Bergen
Dimitris Fotakis, National Technical University of Athens
Hsin Hao Su, Boston College
Martin Hoefer, Goethe University
Ravishankar Krishnaswamy, Microsoft Research
Janardhan Kulkarni, Microsoft Research
Divyarthi Mohan, Tel Aviv University
Shay Mozes, Reichman University
Wolfgang Mulzer, Freie Universität Berlin
Ofer Neiman, Ben-Gurion University
Aleksandar Nikolov, University of Toronto
Sigal Oren, Ben-Gurion University
Fahad Panolan, IIT Hyderabad
Sushant Sachdeva, University of Toronto
Stefan Schmid, University of Vienna and TU Berlin
Roy Schwartz, Technion
Bruce Shepherd, University of British Columbia
Shay Solomon, Tel Aviv University
Xiaorui Sun, University of Illinois
Dimitrios Thilikos, LIRMM, Université de Montpellier, CNRS
Ohad Trabelsi, The University of Michigan
Oren Weimann, University of Haifa
Philip Wellnitz, Max Planck Institute for Informatics
Raphael Yuster, University of Haifa

PC members (Track B)

Diego Arroyuelo, Universidad Técnica Federico Santa María
Philip Bille, Danmarks Tekniske Universitet
Thomas Bläsius, Karlsruhe Institute of Technology
Christina Boucher, University of Florida
Sándor Fekete, Technische Universität Braunschweig
José Fuentes-Sepúlveda, Universidad de Concepción
Gramoz Goranci, Universitat Wien
Giuseppe Italiano, Università degli studi di Roma “Tor Vergata”
Shweta Jain, University of Utah
Dominik Kempa, Stony Brook University
Veli Mäkinen, University of Helsinki
Catherine McGeoch, Amherst College
David Mount, University of Maryland
Gonzalo Navarro (chair), Universidad de Chile
Steven Skiena, Stony Brook University
Matthias Stallmann, North Carolina State University

PC members (Track S)

Josh Alman, Columbia University
Michael Bender, Stony Brook University
Karl Bringmann, Saarland University
Raphaël Clifford, University of Bristol
Anne Driemel, Universität Bonn
Paweł Gawrychowski, University of Wrocław
Monika Henzinger, University of Vienna
John Iacono, Université libre de Bruxelles
Tomasz Kociumaka, University of California, Berkeley
Irina Kostitsyna, Eindhoven University of Technology
William Kuszmaul, Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Rasmus Kyng, ETH Zürich
Kitty Meeks, University of Glasgow
Marcin Pilipczuk, University of Warsaw
Kent Quanrud, Purdue University
Eva Rotenberg (chair), Technical University of Denmark
Shikha Singh, Williams College
Jukka Suomela, Aalto University
Haitao Wang, Utah State University
Andreas Wiese, TU Munich
Anna Zych-Pawlewicz, University of Warsaw

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