28 Nov. 2011
LNCS proceedings is available online
25 August 2011
Pictures from the conference are now on the web.
15 August 2011
Online Registration is closed, but OnSite registration is possible.
26 July 2011
Updated info about venue, etc.
18 June 2011
13 June 2011
EXTENSION: Doctoral Symposium has the submission site open for 12 more hours (i.e., until midnight, Oslo time).
7 June 2011
Registration page for the main conference is open.
6 June 2011
Author notification: list of accepted papers available
03 June 2011
Submission site opened for the Doctoral Symposium.
04 Apr. 2011
Deadline Extension: submission deadline has been extended to 14 April (midnight Hawaii time)
29 Mar. 2011
Sponsorships are available for participants. See Registration page for details on eligibility criteria.
16 Feb. 2011
FCT 2011 is honored by the invited speakers:
11 Feb. 2011
One can use the FCT11 Posters for display with the purpose of advertising the FCT 2011 symposium.
31 Jan. 2011
10 Jan. 2011
First call for workshops is out
15 Dec. 2010
First call for papers is out
14 Dec. 2010
Web Page is up
Call for Workshop Proposals
collocated with the
18th International Symposium on Fundamentals of Computation Theory
August 22-25, 2011
The biennial International Symposium on Fundamentals of Computation Theory will be held at the University of Oslo in late summer 2011. We are soliciting workshops from related fields of Computer Science that would be interested in collocating with this event.
Your workshop would benefit from the audience of FCT and the brand new facilities at the Institutt for informatikk (IFI), Norway's most modern IT facility. Also, the hospitality of the world's best place to live according to the UN create this unique opportunity for researchers to get together.
Please submit your workshop proposal consisting of
- an outline / short description,
- proposed submission deadline,
- an estimated number of participants, and
- if possible, the previous Call for Papers
The FCT symposium covers algorithms, formal methods, and emerging fields such as computational biology and quantum computation. In 2009, the workshops on Non-Classical Models of Automata and Applications (NCMA), and DYnamic Networks: Algorithms and Security (DYNAS) were held together with the symposium.
For general enquiries about FCT itself, please see our webpages, or contact Olaf Owe or Martin Steffen directly.