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International Conference on Concurrency Theory
Ordinal 32
Event in series CONCUR
Subevent of QONFEST 2021
Dates 2021/08/23 (iCal) - 2021/08/27
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Location: Paris, Online
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Important dates
Abstracts: 2021/04/23
Papers: 2021/04/30
Submissions: 2021/04/30
Notification: 2021/06/23
Camera ready due: 2021/07/09
PC chairs: Serge Haddad, Daniele Varacca
Keynote speaker: Patricia Bouyer-Decitre, Davide Sangiorgi, Boudewijn Haverkort
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Due the pandemic situation, the organization committee decided that the conference will take place online as last year's CONCUR: the talks will be pre-recorded and then streamed on Zoom.


Submissions are solicited in semantics, logics, verification and analysis of concurrent systems. The principal topics include (but are not limited to):

Basic models of concurrency such as abstract machines, domain-theoretic models, game-theoretic models, process algebras, graph transformation systems, Petri nets, hybrid systems, mobile and collaborative systems, probabilistic systems, real-time systems, biology-inspired systems, and synchronous systems;

Logics for concurrency such as modal logics, probabilistic and stochastic logics, temporal logics, and resource logics;

Verification and analysis techniques for concurrent systems such as abstract interpretation, atomicity checking, model checking, race detection, pre-order and equivalence checking, run-time verification, state-space exploration, static analysis, synthesis, testing, theorem proving, type systems, and security analysis;

Distributed algorithms and data structures: design, analysis, complexity, correctness, fault tolerance, reliability, availability, consistency, self-organization, self-stabilization, protocols;

Theoretical foundations of architectures, execution environments, and software development for concurrent systems such as geo-replicated systems, communication networks, multiprocessor and multi-core architectures, shared and transactional memory, resource management and awareness, compilers and tools for concurrent programming, programming models such as component-based, object- and service-oriented.