Giovanni Pighizzini (University of Milano)
The track is devoted to the recognized core areas of foundational computer science including the theories and application of algorithms and their complexity, automata and languages, computability, data analytics, formal models, intelligent systems, programming semantics, science-inspired computing and foundations of information and software systems. Original contributions showing the value of fundamental research in areas like artificial intelligence and data science are welcome as well.
Barbara Catania (University of Genoa)
The track is devoted to all aspects of eliciting, acquiring, modeling, storing, managing, processing, and analyzing data, with a special reference to large-scale datasets. Contributions concerning the nature of data, the techniques used for data management and analysis, the theory for extracting information from data, and the principles for data intensive computing are welcome.
Jerzy Nawrocki (Poznań University of Technology)
The track presents and discusses the research of novel and innovative methods and technologies to software engineering, including both software product and development process aspects. Methods and tools that support the improvement of software processes and products aim at significantly increasing both the quality of software-intensive systems and the productivity of software development. The track will bring together researchers and practitioners to share innovations and experiences.
The Student Research Forum (SRF) has a long tradition in SOFSEM conferences series. SRF provides Master and PhD students with an opportunity to present, discuss and publish their research and results. Every student paper is reviewed and evaluated by the regular program committee of SOFSEM 2019, thus providing young researchers with a detailed comments and feedback. A student session devoted to student papers will take place during the SOFSEM 2019 conference allowing students to present their results and at the same time to establish new fruitful collaborations. The best student paper and the best poster will be announced and awarded during the SOFSEM 2019closing ceremony. SRF is chaired by Roman Špánek (Technical University of Liberec)
The general chair of Sofsem 2019 is Rastislav Královič (Comenius University in Bratislava)
|Paper Abstracts Deadline||August 3, 2018|
|Full Papers Deadline||August 8, 2018|
|Notification (Acceptance/Rejection)||October 15, 2018|
|Camera-ready Papers||November 5, 2018|
|Conference||January 27-30, 2019|
The High Tatras Mountains are the most compact mountains of alpine type in Europe. Located on Slovakia’s northern border with Poland, they have been a popular recreational resort since the 19th century, mainly due to their unique, high mountain climate, and its beneficial effects on the human body. During the winter season the resort offers numerous skiing possibilities. The conference will be held in the Atrium Hotel located at the foothill of the peak Slavkovský štít (2452m). The entry point to the High Tatras is the town of Poprad with regular train connections from airports in Vienna (5 hours), Bratislava (4 hours) Košice (2 hours), and bus connection from Kraków (about 3 hours). The local transportation among the settlements forming the town of Vysoké Tatry is provided by Tatra's Electrical Railways (a mountain narrow-gauge train) with a stop only 50m from the conference hotel. The hotel offers free wifi, free parking, and a host of facilities including bowling track, wine cellar, swimming pool, and a wide range of wellness programs. Only 50 m from the hotel is Jakubkova lúka (Jacob's Meadow), a well-known ski center ideal for children and starter skiers. Hrebienok, a sought-after ski center, is located about 200 m from the hotel. Next to the Hrebienok funicular railway there is the start of a unique attraction of the High Tatras – a 3 km long sledding track with the possibility of unforgettable night sledding. There is also an open ice area located about 150 m from the hotel.