ITCS’20 Call for Papers
ITCS is one of my favorite (if not my favorite) conferences, with not only great and insightful papers but also a friendly atmosphere. This year should be no exception!
tl;dr: the ITCS’20 CFP has been posted. Read it, and submit your work there!
We invite you to submit your papers to the 11th Innovations in Theoretical Computer Science (ITCS). The conference will be held at the University of Washington in Seattle, Washington from January 12-14, 2020.
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.
- Submission deadline: September 9, 2019 (05:59pm PDT)
- Notification to authors: October 31, 2019
- Conference dates: January 12-14, 2020
See the website at http://itcs-conf.org/itcs20/itcs20-cfp.html for detailed information regarding submissions.
Nikhil Bansal, CWI + TU Eindhoven
Nir Bitansky, Tel-Aviv University
Clement Canonne, Stanford
Timothy Chan, University of Ilinois at Urbana-Champaign
Edith Cohen, Google and Tel-Aviv University
Shaddin Dughmi, University of Southern California
Sumegha Garg, Princeton
Ankit Garg, Microsoft research
Ran Gelles, Bar-Ilan University
Elena Grigorescu, Purdue
Tom Gur, University of Warwick
Sandy Irani, UC Irvine
Dakshita Khurana, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
Antonina Kolokolova, Memorial University of Newfoundland.
Pravesh Kothari, Carnegie Mellon University
Rasmus Kyng, Harvard
Katrina Ligett, Hebrew University
Nutan Limaye, IIT Bombay
Pasin Manurangsi, UC Berkeley
Tamara Mchedlidze, Karlsruhe Institute of Technology
Dana Moshkovitz, UT Austin
Jelani Nelson, UC Berkeley
Merav Parter, Weizmann Institute
Krzysztof Pietrzak, IST Austria
Elaine Shi, Cornell
Piyush Srivastava, Tata Institute of Fundamental Research, Mumbai
Li-Yang Tan, Stanford
Madhur Tulsiani, TTIC
Gregory Valiant, Stanford
Thomas Vidick, California Institute of Technology (chair)
Virginia Vassilevska Williams, MIT
Ronald de Wolf, CWI and University of Amsterdam
David Woodruff, Carnegie Mellon University
It will be helpful to know whether this year, as well as some previous years, PC members are allowed to submit their own papers. Since submissions are not fully double blind this may influence the decision of some whether to submit or not.
My understanding is that, yes, PC members are allowed to submit.