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CILC 2020 - Call For Papers - Deadline for Abstract Submission Extended

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Date: Sat, 1 Aug 2020 16:42:28 +0200
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35th Italian Conference on Computational Logic (CILC 2020)
28-29 September 2020, Rende, Italy
https://cilc2020.demacs.unical.it/
CO-LOCATED with the 36th International Conference on Logic Programming
(ICLP 2020)
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ABSTRACT SUBMISSION DEADLINE **EXTENDED**
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= COVID-19 SITUATION =
This year's edition will be the 35th in the series of an event that is
traditionally important for the community. Given to the evolving COVID-19
situation worldwide, the Conference chairs and the GULP Executives decided
to hold CILC 2020 as a fully virtual conference.

Please check https://cilc2020.demacs.unical.it/ regularly for news and
details.


= THIRD CALL FOR PAPERS =

== Important Dates (UPDATE) ==

Abstract submission: J̶u̶l̶y̶ ̶3̶1̶,̶ ̶2̶0̶2̶0̶  -->         August 23, 2020
Paper submission: J̶u̶n̶e̶ ̶2̶6̶,̶ ̶2̶0̶2̶0̶   -->           August 31, 2020
Notification to authors: J̶u̶l̶y̶ ̶1̶3̶,̶ ̶2̶0̶2̶0̶   -->    September 14,
2020
Camera-ready copy due: S̶e̶p̶t̶e̶m̶b̶e̶r̶ ̶3̶,̶ ̶2̶0̶2̶0̶   -->  September
21, 2020
Main Conference starts:                         September 28, 2020
(Subject to slight postponements, please check the website regularly)


= The Conference =
CILC (Italian Conference on Computational Logic) is the annual conference
organized by GULP (Group of researchers and Users of Logic Programming,
http://www.programmazionelogica.it/). Its 35th edition will be held in
Cosenza (Italy) on September 28-29, 2020.

Since the first event of the series, which took place in Genoa in 1986,
the annual GULP conference represents the main opportunity for users,
researchers and developers working in the field of computational logic to
meet and exchange ideas. Over the years the conference broadened its
horizons from the specific field of logic programming to include
declarative programming and applications in neighboring areas such as
artificial intelligence and deductive databases.


= Contributions =
The conference will feature presentations of refereed contributions,
including the demonstration of software prototypes, concerning all aspects
of computational logic.
The conference invites two types of submissions:
 * full papers, possibly already submitted to other conferences or journals
 * short papers, which are particularly suitable for presenting work in
progress, software prototypes, extended abstracts of doctoral theses, or
general overviews of research projects.

The topics of interest include, but are not limited to, the following:
- Logic Programming, Constraint Programming and other paradigms of
declarative programming
- Extensions and integrations of declarative programming paradigms
- Analysis, transformation, validation, and verification of programs
- Instruments and environments for program development
- Implementations and benchmarking
- Model Checking
- Temporal logics
- Automated Theorem Proving
- Non-Monotonic Reasoning
- Answer Set Programming
- Knowledge representation and extraction
- Treatment of uncertain and incomplete knowledge
- Approximate Reasoning
- Abductive Logic Programming
- Model-based Reasoning
- Deductive Databases
- Data Mining and Data Integration
- Multi-agent systems
- Logics for strategic reasoning
- Semantic Web
- Natural Language Processing
- Computational logic for concurrency, coordination, mobility and objects
- Planning and scheduling
- Probabilistic Logic Programming
- Computational Logic and formal methods in Artificial Intelligence
- Applications of Computational Logic
- Pedagogy of Computational Logic
- Applications of Computational Logic
- Inductive Logic Programming
- Computational Logic and Machine Learning

In particular, we also invite submissions of system or prototype software
descriptions which use techniques or tools of computational logic, or
which themselves aid the development of applications based on
computational logic. Systems of both research and industrial character are
welcome. Submissions must include a brief description, prepared according
to the guidelines given for short papers, and a specification of the
required hardware and software equipment.


= Submission Details =
Authors are invited to submit their manuscripts in PDF via the EasyChair
system at the link:

https://easychair.org/conferences/?conf=cilc20200

Articles must not exceed 15 pages for full papers and 8 pages for short
papers, respectively.
Manuscripts should be formatted using the Springer LNCS style.
To ease the reviewing process, the authors of regular papers may add an
appendix (although reviewers are not required to consider it in their
evaluation).

All contributions must be written in English.

For each accepted contribution, at least one of the authors is required to
register to the conference and present the paper according to directions
that will be made public by the organizers, taking into account the
"virtual" nature of this year's event.

The event is organized by GULP; therefore, Italian attendants are required
to be members of GULP (it is possible to join GULP contextually to the
conference).


= Proceedings and Journal Special Issue =
All accepted original contributions (both full and short) will be
published on CEUR-WS.org. Non-original communications will be given
visibility on the conference web site including a link to the original
publication, if already published.

In the trail of the CILC tradition, we plan to publish a selection of the
papers in a SPECIAL ISSUE of an international journal (to be determined).
Extensions of accepted non-original contributions, if not published in a
journal yet, might be included in the issue.


= Committees =

== General Chairs ==
* Francesco Calimeri – University of Calabria, Italy
* Simona Perri - University of Calabria, Italy
* Ester Zumpano - University of Calabria, Italy

== Program Committee ==
* Mario Alviano, Università della Calabria
* Roberto Amadini, University of Melbourne
* Matteo Baldoni, Università di Torino
* Stefano  Bistarelli, Università di Perugia
* Loris Bozzato, Fondazione Bruno Kessler
* Roberta Calegari, Università di Bologna
* Domenico Cantone, Università di Catania
* Alberto Casagrande, Università degli Studi di Trieste
* Emanuele De Angelis, IASI-CNR di Roma
* Giovanni De Gasperis, Università dell’Aquila
* Dario Della Monica, University of Udine
* Giorgio Delzanno, Università di Genova
* Wolfgang Faber, Alpen-Adria-Universität Klagenfurt
* Fabio Fioravanti, Università di Chieti - Pescara
* Andrea Formisano, Università di Perugia
* Silvio Ghilardi, Università degli Studi di Milano
* Laura Giordano, Università del Piemonte Orientale
* Evelina Lamma, Università di Ferrara
* Francesca A. Lisi, Università di Bari
* Marco Manna, Università della Calabria
* Marco Maratea, Università degli Studi di Genova
* Paola Mello, Università di Bologna
* Marco Montali, Free University of Bozen-Bolzano
* Angelo Montanari, Università di Udine
* Andrea Pazienza, Exprivia | Italtel Innovation Lab
* Rafael Peñaloza, Università degli Studi di Milano-Bicocca
* Adriano Peron, Università di Napoli
* Maurizio Proietti, IASI-CNR Roma
* Luca Pulina, Università di Sassari
* Francesco Ricca, Università della Calabria
* Andrey Rivkin, Libera Università di Bolzano
* Gianfranco Rossi, Università di Parma
* Sabina Rossi, Università di Venezia
* Pietro Sala, Università di Verona
* Umberto Straccia, ISTI-CNR
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