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WADS 2009 : Algorithms and Data Structures Symposium


Conference Series : Workshop on Algorithms and Data Structures
When Aug 21, 2009 - Aug 23, 2009
Where Banff, Alberta, Canada
Submission Deadline Mar 4, 2009
Categories    algorithms

Call For Papers


WADS: Algorithms and Data Structures Symposium
(formerly Workshop on Algorithms and Data Structures)

WADS 2009 --- 20 Years of WADS !
21-23 August 2009, Banff Conference Centre,
Banff, Alberta, Canada

Invited Speakers:
Erik Demaine, Richard Karp, Christos Papdimitriou
Submission Deadline: Mar. 1, 2009

The Algorithms and Data Structures Symposium - WADS,
which alternates with the Scandinavian Workshop on
Algorithm Theory, is intended as a forum for
researchers in the area of design and analysis of
algorithms and data structures. We invite submissions
of papers presenting original research on the theory
and application of algorithms and data structures in
all areas, including combinatorics, computational
geometry, databases, graphics, parallel and distributed

Contributors are invited to submit a full paper (not
exceeding 12 pages). Please format your paper in the
Springer Lecture Notes style according to the LNCS
Author Instructions. The online submission system
is located at Submissions must
arrive on or before March 1, 2009 at 11:59 pm
(midnight) EST. Authors will be notified of acceptance
or rejection by April 24, 2009. Proceedings will be
published in the Springer Verlag series Lecture
Notes in Computer Science. The final versions of
accepted papers must arrive in camera-ready form
before May 11, 2009 to ensure the availability of
the proceedings at the conference.

Invited Speakers:
Erik Demaine, Richard Karp, Christos Papdimitriou

Conference Chair and Local Arrangements Chair:
Marina Gavrilova (Calgary)

Program Committee Co-Chairs:
Frank Dehne (Carleton), Marina Gavrilova (Calgary),
Joerg-Ruediger Sack (Carleton), Csaba D. Toth (Calgary).

Program Committee Members:
Sergei Bereg (Dallas), Allan Borodin (Toronto),
Gerth Stolting Brodal (Aarhus), Timothy Chan
(Waterloo), Mark de Berg (Eindhoven), Frank Devai
(London), Matt Duckham (Melbourne), Randolf Franklin
(Rensselaer), Joachim Gudmundsson (NICTA), Susanne
Hambrusch (Purdue), Rolf Klein (Bonn), Mike Langston
(Tennessee), Ming Li (Waterloo), Friedhelm Meyer auf
der Heide (Paderborn), Ian Munro (Waterloo), Shashi
Shekhar (Minnesota), Bettina Speckmann (Eindhoven),
Paul Spirakis (Patras), Gabor Tardos (Simon Fraser
& Renyi Institute), Jeff Vitter (Texas A&M),
Frances F. Yao (CityU Hong Kong).

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