Supported by TAMOP-4.2.2/B-10/1-2010-0012
Programme for Broadening the knowledge base and supporting the long term professional
sustainability of the Research University Centre of Excellence at the University of
Szeged by ensuring the rising generation of excellent scientists.
CSCS - The Eighth Conference of PhD Students in Computer Science
Szeged, Hungary, June 28 - 30, 2012
Topics of interest
All aspects of computer science and related fields, including theory and
applications, e.g. algorithms and data structures, artificial intelligence, automata theory,
complexity theory, databases, fuzzy theory, image processing, optimization, and software
CSCS will provide a forum for the
- presentation of the latest research and developments in theory, algorithms,
and applications of computer science,
- reporting of interesting case studies in industrial and scientific
applications of computer science,
- demonstration of software for computer science.
- A few plenary sessions for invited talks (50 minutes).
- Sessions for contributions (20 minutes).
Authors are invited to submit an extended abstract (in English, about one
large page) electronically to firstname.lastname@example.org.
- A volume of extended abstracts - available at the beginning of the
conference. Each abstract will be reviewed before the acceptance.
- Selected papers will be published in special issues of
Acta Cybernetica and
As soon as possible send your electronic and postal address to
to be included in the mailing list for further information.
|May 15, 2012|| - ||deadline for submissions|
|May 31, 2012|| - ||notification on the acceptance of the talks|
June 10 June 14, 2012 (EXTENDED!) | - ||deadline for the preliminary conference registration|
|June 28, 2012|| - ||CSCS starts|
|September 15, 2012|| - ||deadline for the submission of the full papers|
Szeged, 160 km South-East from Budapest. The conference will be organized
by the University of Szeged, Institute of Informatics.
A visa to Hungary is not necessary for citizens of most countries, however
please check with your travel office.
The conference participation fee (including the organization costs,
accommodation from to , full board, and the proceedings)
is 35,000 HUF to be payed on site during the registration.
The financial support will be used mainly to cover the
local costs of a few persons who otherwise cannot afford it. Please send an
application for such a support together with your preliminary registration
if you otherwise could not participate.
|János Csirik (Chair, SZTE)|
|András Benczúr (ELTE)|
|Hasszan Charaf (BME)|
|Tibor Csendes (SZTE)|
|László Cser (BCE)|
|János Demetrovics (ELTE)|
|József Dombi (SZTE)|
|Zoltán Fülöp (SZTE)|
|Aurél Galántai (ÓE)|
|Tibor Gyimóthy (SZTE)|
|Zoltán Horváth (ELTE)|
|Csanád Imreh (SZTE)|
|Zoltán Kató (SZTE)|
|Zoltán Kása (Sapientia EMTE)|
|László Keviczky (SZIE)|
|János Kormos (DE)|
|László Kozma (ELTE)|
|János Levendovszky (BME)|
|Eörs Máté (SZTE)|
|Attila Pethő (DE)|
|András Recski (BME)|
|Lajos Rónyai (SZTAKI)|
|Endre Selényi (BME)|
|Tamás Szirányi (SZTAKI)|
|Péter Szolgay (PPKE)|
|Tibor Tóth (ME)|
Institute of Informatics of the University of Szeged
Regional Committees of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences
|Kálmán Palágyi (chair)|
CSM - The Second Conference of PhD Students in Mathematics
Supported by TAMOP-4.2.2/B-10/1-2010-0012 Programme for Broadening the knowledge base and supporting the long term professional sustainability of the Research University Centre of Excellence at the University of Szeged by ensuring the rising generation of excellent scientists.