Liverpool will be hosting or organising the following upcoming conferences and workshops:
2nd Liverpool Economic Theory and Computation workshop (LETC 2)
22nd September, 2017
Bringing together together researchers from economics (ULMS) and computer science (EEECS) with a shared interest in algorithms, economic theory, game theory, and logic. The goal is to foster interdisciplinary scientific exchange across the two schools, providing a forum for discussion of recent and on-going lines of research as well as to inspire novel ideas at the intersection of the fields represented by the two schools.
For more details, see the websiteSociety for the Study of Artificial Intelligence and Simulation of Behaviour (AISB 2018)
4th-6th April, 2018
The AISB convention is the longest running convention on Artificial Intelligence. As in past years, AISB 2018 will provide a unique forum for presenting cutting edge research and burning issues around all areas of AI. The theme for this year is AI for the Digital Society.
43rd International Symposium on Mathematical Foundations of Computer Science (MFCS 2018)
27th-31st August 2018
MFCS is a venue for original research in all branches of theoretical computer science.
The broad scope of the conference encourages interations between researchers who might not meet at more specialized venues.
2018 sees MFCS come to the United Kingdom for the very first time.
For more details, see the MFCS 2018 website
|Previous Conferences and Workshops|
Conference SeriesAs well as individual conferences and workshops, the Computer Science department maintains information about a number of conference series.
|Autonomous Agents and Multiagent Systems conference series||(AAMAS)|
|Automated Reasoning Workshop series||(ARW)|
|Computational Models of Natural Argument workshop series||(CMNA)|
|Computational Models of Argument conference series||(COMMA)|
|First-Order Theorem Proving workshop series||(FTP)|
|Liverpool Economic Theory and Computation workshop series||(LETC)|