Conference on Mathematical Foundations of Informatics
3-6 July 2019
Iasi, Romania

 

Call For Papers

The 2019 edition of the annual Conference on Mathematical Foundations of Informatics is intended to add synergy to the efforts of the researchers working on the development of the mathematical foundations for computer science, also known as informatics. The previous edition can be found here. Round tables are planned to ensure an open debate on the state of the art and new directions of research and cooperation.

All accepted papers will be published in Proceedings of the Conference, which will be handed over to participants on the first day of the conference. The selected papers will be also published after the conference in the CSJM (Computer Science Journal of Moldova - indexed in Mathematical Reviews, Zentralblatt MATH, Clarivate Analytics/Web of Science (ISI), MathSciNet, DBLP, DOAJ, EBSCO) or in the Bulletin of Academy of Sciences of Moldova, ser. Mathematics (indexed in Mathematical Reviews, Zentralblatt MATH, SCImago Journal Rank (SJR), Russian RZh Matematika).

The sponsors will offer two prizes for two best papers of young researchers - one for a purely mathematical treatment, and the other for a treatment which has or is promising to have applications in natural language processing. The prize winner papers will be marked up in Proceedings. The information about prize winners and interviews with them will be published in mass-media and a CD with this data will be handed over to the winners.

Any original contributions are welcome, including but not limited to:

  • data science
  • theory of computing
  • theoretical issues in artificial intelligence
  • theoretical issues in automated reasoning
  • theoretical aspects of software system development
  • logics in informatics, databases, and artificial intelligence
  • data mining and knowledge discovery
  • knowledge representation
  • semantic technologies
  • natural language processing
  • formal languages and automata
  • cryptography and security
  • neural networks
  • natural computing
  • soft computing