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Concurrent Process Architectures (CPA) 2014 - Second Call for Papers

Communicating Process Architectures (CPA) 2014

The 36th WoTUG Conference on Concurrent and Parallel Systems
Department of Computer Science, University of Oxford, UK
August 24-27, 2014


Second Call for Papers

Communicating Process Architectures covers all aspects of the theory, design
and implementation of concurrency in computer systems. This includes, but is
not limited to:

* The design and implementation of concurrent programming systems;
* Case studies reporting on the use of concurrency in academic or industrial
* Theoretical approaches to modelling and verifying concurrent systems.

A full list of relevant topics can be found at

Whilst CPA has historically focused on concurrency approaches that involve
CSP-style message passing, papers involving other approaches are warmly

CPA 2014 is being hosted by the Department of Computer Science at the
University of Oxford, which previously hosted the 2nd WoTUG Conference in 1985.
CPA runs in a single track over two and a half days. In addition, two evening
Fringe sessions provide a forum for presenting and discussing new ideas and/or
work in progress. Invited speakers will be announced shortly.


Paper submission deadline  : 2nd June
Notification of acceptance : 30th June
Final revised CRC due      : 21st July
Conference                 : 24-27th August

Papers can be submitted at:


There is no limit on the length of submissions; we merely ask authors to make
good use of the available space. All submissions will be refereed by an
international panel of academic and industrial reviewers, with extensive
feedback given to authors.

CPA is an open-access conference: accepted papers will be published by Open
Channel Publishing Ltd. in the CPA 2014 Proceedings, and made freely available
from the WoTUG papers archive.


The Editorial Board consists of:

* Professor Peter Welch, University of Kent, UK (Chair)
* Dr. Frederick Barnes, University of Kent, UK
* Dr.ir. Jan Broenink, University of Twente, The Netherlands
* Dr. Kevin Chalmers, Edinburgh Napier University, UK
* Dr. Thomas Gibson-Robinson, University of Oxford, UK
* Ruth Ivimey-Cook, eLifesciences Ltd., UK
* Professor Gavin Lowe, University of Oxford, UK
* Dr. Jan Bækgaard Pedersen, University of Nevada, USA
* Dr. Adam T. Sampson, University of Abertay Dundee, UK
* Dr. Marc L. Smith, Vassar College, New York, USA


If you have any queries, please contact the Editorial Board at