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CPA 2009 - extension of submission deadline

Dear List Members,

PLease see that the submission deadline for papers to Communicating Process
Architectures 2009 has been extended by TWO weeks -> to the 13th. July, 2009:

  http://www.wotug.org/cpa2009/call.shtml         (Call for Papers)
  http://www.wotug.org/cpa2009/authors.shtml      (Submission information)

The conference themes concern all aspects of concurrency - at all levels of
software and hardware granularity.  A particular concern this year will be
the design, programming and efficient application of multicore processors.
A goal of the conference is to stimulate discussion and ideas on the role
concurrency has to play in the future generation of scalable computer
infrastructure and applications -  where scaling means the ability to ramp
up functionality (i.e. to stay in control as complexity increases) as well
as physical metrics (such as performance).  Safety, verifiability and
practical demonstration are also keenly sought.

Key information:

  Location                    Technische Universiteit Eindhoven (TU/e),
                              Eindhoven, the Netherlands.
  Paper submission            13th. July, 2009
  Notification of acceptance  31st. July, 2009
  CRC due                     31st. August, 2009
  Conference                  1st. November, 2009 (Sunday evening)
                              -> 4th. November, 2009 (Wednesday lunch)
  Website                     http://www.wotug.org/cpa2009/

The TU/e venue is the same as for CPA 2005.  This year, CPA has been invited
to be part of Formal Methods Week (FMW) 2009:


which will provide a wider showcase for our work and the opportunity to
explore other events.  This does not mean that submissions need contain
a formal aspect.  We anticipate the mix of accepted papers to be similar
to previous years - for example:


The movement of our conference to November lets us us take part in FMW.
Registration will be through the FMW administration (not yet live).
CPA delegates will be encouraged to stay together at the Crown Hotel
(as in 2005), where the evening Fringe sessions will take place.
Registration at any one event at FMW entitles entry to any of the other
events taking place concurrently.  The FMW schedule is on the CPA 2009
Call-for-Papers page and, of course, at the FMW site above.

Please submit lots of excellent papers and we look forward to seeing you
in Eindhoven in November!  :)

Many thanks,

Peter Welch.