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CALENDAR OF EVENTS ACM's calendar policy is to list open computer science meetings that are sponsored by ACM, sister societies, or other scientific, technical or educational tax--exempt organizations. Educational seminars, institutes, and courses are not included due to space limitations. Listings for conferences NOT sponsored by ACM should include the title of the conference, sponsoring organization, a contact name and full address. Phone number, email address and/or fax number are optional. Please address to: Calendar items, CACM, 11 West 42nd St., New York, NY, 10036. Fax number: (212) 869--0481. For Conferences and Workshops sponsored or co-sponsored by ACM, the Calendar Listing should be included with the initial documents submitted for approval to ACM. All requests for ACM sponsorship or cooperation should be addressed to: CONFERENCE COORDINATOR, ACM Headquarters, 11 West 42nd Street, New York, NY 10036, (212) 869--7440. email: meetings at ACMVM (bitnet). The Technical Meeting Request Form (TMRF) for this purpose can be obtained from the Conference Coordinator. The TMRF should be submitted at least 9 monthes in advance of the event to ensure time for processing the approval and to accommodate lead time for CACM listings.

The Conferences Board has given its approval for ACM sponsorship or cooperation. Chairman of the Conferences Board is Frank Friedman, Dept. of Computer and Information Sciences, Computer Center Building, Room 303, Temple University, Philadelphia, PA 19122; (215) 379-3945 (friedman;catemple.csnet).

November 4-7*

* 14th Annual Symposium on Computer Applications

in Medical Care

Washington, DC. Sponsor: SCAMC in coop. with SIGBIO. Contact Randoph A. Miller, Univ. of Pittsburgh, School of Medicine, B50A Lothrop Hall, Pittsburgh, PA 15261; (412) 648-3190; email: rmiller@sumex. aim.stanford.edu.

November 5-7

IEEE Workshop on Defect and Fault Tolerance in VLSI

Systems

Grenoble, France. Sponsor: IEEE Tech. Com. in coop. IFIP Working Group, and IEEE. Contact T.E. Mangir, TRW One Space Park, Redondo Rark, CA 90278; (213) 812-0536; fax: (213) 812-7147.

November 5-8

FORTE '90: The 3d International Conference on Formal

Description Techniques

Madrid, Spain. Sponsors: IEEE, IFIP, and FESI. Contact Juan Quemeda, Dept. of Ingenieria Telematica, ETSI Telecommunicacion, E-28028, Madrid, Spain; (+34) 1 5495700; email: jquemada at dit.upm.es.

November 5-9

ICCC-90 (10th International Conference on Computer

Communication)

New Delhi, India. Contact ICCC-90 Conference Secretariat, Ms. Saroj Chowla, CMC Ltd., 1 Ring Rd., Kilorki, Opp. Maharani Bagh, New Delhi, 110 014, India; 6830086, 6836079.

November 6-7

* Responsible Leadership in Computing: 1990 ACM

Conference on Critical Issues-Managing Complexity, and

Modeling Reality

Arlington, Va. Sponsor: ACM. Contact Fred Aronson, ACM, 11 W. 42d St., New York, NY 10036; (212) 869-7440; email: issues@ acmvm.bitnet.

November 6-8

GOMAC-90: Government Microunits Applications Conference

Las Vegas, Nev. Sponsor: Dept. of Defense, NASA, Dept. of Energy, Dept. of Commerce, the National Inst. of Mental Health, and the Dept. of Health and Human Services. Contact Jay Morreale, Palisades Inst. for Research Services, 201 Varick St., Rm. 1140, New York, NY 10014-4889; (212) 620-3371.

November 7-8

3d Annual Conference on Mathematical Models for Psychotherapy

Orangeburg, N.Y. Sponsor: The Nathan Kline Inst. for Psychiatric Research. Contact Anthony F. Badalamenti, The Nathan Kline Inst., Old Orangeburg Rd, Orangeburg, NY 10962; (914) 365-2000 x.1646.

November 7-9

IEEE Workshop on the ,anagement of Replicated Data

Houston, Tex. Sponsor: IEEE Tech. Comm. on Operating Systems (TCOS). Contact Jehan-Francois Paris, Comp. Sci. Dept., Univ. of Houston, Houston, TX 77204-3475; (713) 749-3943; email: paris@cs.uh.edu.

November 8-9

International Workshop on network and Operating System

Support for Digital Audio and Video

Berkely, Calif. Sponsor: International Comp. Sci. Inst. Contact Ramesh Govindan, International Comp. Sci. Inst., 1947 Center St, Ste 600, Berkeley, CA 94704-1105; (415) 642-4274 x.135; email: av-workshop@berkely.edu.

November 8-10

Computation Science in industry and the Comprehensive University

Pomona, Calif. Sponsor: California State Polytechnic Univ. at Pomona and the California State Univ. System. Contact Bruce P. Hillman, Dept. of Comp. Sci., California State Polytechnic Univ., 3801 West Temple Ave., Pomona, CA 91768; (714) 869-3440.

November 9-10

4th Annual Southeastern Small College Computing Conference

Hickory, N.C. Sponsor: The Consortium for Computing in Small Colleges. Contact Frank Cheatham, Campbellsville College, 200 West College St., Campbellsville, KY 42718; (502) 465-8158.

November 11-16*

* ICCAD-90: International Conference on Computer-aided

Design

Santa Clara, Calif. Sponsor: IEEE Circuits and Systems Society and IEEE CS DATC, in coop. with SIGDA and IEEE/Electronic Device Society. Contact Pat Pistilli, MP Associates, Inc., 7490 Clubhouse Rd., Ste. 102, Boulder, CP 80301; (303) 530-4562.

November 12-16

* Supercomputing '90

New York, N.Y. Sponsors: SIGARCH and IEEE. Contact Joanne L. Martin, IBM TJ Watson Research Center, P.O. Box 218, Rt. 134, Yorktown Heights, NY; (914) 945-3285; email: Jlmart@ibm.com.

November 13*

Novel User's Group

New York, New York. Sponsor: NY/NJ Independant Computer Consultation Assoc. Contact Rosalinda Cozzi, (800) 736-ICCA.

November 14-16

* PRICAI '90: Pacific Rim International Conference on

Artificial Intelligence

Nagoya, Japan. Sponsor: in coop. with SIGART. Contact Teruo Fukumura, c/o Inter Group Corp., Alaska Yamakatsu Building, 8-5-32 Akaska, Minato-ku Tokyo Japan 107; (03) 479-5535.

November 21-23

Australian Joint Intelligence Conference

Perth, Western Australia. Sponsor: Australian Computer Society. Contact Les Kitchen, Univ. of Western Australia, Dept. of Comp. Sci., Nedlands, Western Australia, 6009; +61 9 380 2281; email: ai90@wacsvax.oz.au.

November 26-29

IEEE Conference on Software Maintenance

San Diego, Calif. Sponsors: IEEE Computer Society, Tech. Comm. on Software Engineering, and the Inst. of Electrical and Electronics Engineers, Inc., in coop. with NIT and the Software Maintenance Assoc. Contact Vacoav Rajlich, Wayne State Univ. Dept. of Comp. Sci., Detroit, Michiga 48202; (313) 577-2477; email: rajlich@cs.wayne.edu.

November 27-29

* MICRO 23:23d Annual Workshop on Microprogramming

and Microarchitecture

Orlando, fla. Sponsor: SIGMICRO and IEEE CS. Contact Christos Papachristou, Case Western Reserve Univ., Crawford Hall, Comp. Eng. Dept., Cleveland, OH 44106; (216) 368-5277; email: cap at alpha.ces.cwru.edu.

December 3-5

* ACM SIGSOFT '90: 4th Symposium on Software Development

environments

Irvine Hyatt-Regency Hotel, Irvine, Calif. Sponsor: SIGSOFT in coop. with SIGPLAN. Contact Dewayne E. Perry, AT&T Bell Lab., Rm 3D454, 600 Mountain Ave., Murray Hill, NJ 07974; (201) 582-2529; email: dep@allegra.att.com.

December 3-6

* Tri-Ada '90

Baltimore, Md. Sponsor: SIGAda. Contact Dennis M. Ahern, Conference Chair, Aerospace Software, M/S 432 Westinghouse Electronic Systems Group, P.O. Box 746, Baltimore, MD 21203; (301) 992-6234.

December 3-7

ACSAC 90: 6th Annual Computer Security Applications

Conference

Tucson, Ariz. Sponsor: ASIS (American Society for Industrial Security) and ACSA (Aerospace Computer Security Assoc.) in coop. with SIGSAC. IEEE CS and American inst. of Aeronautics and Astronautics. Contact: M.D. Abrams, MITRE Corp., 7525 Colshire Dr., M/S Z269, McLean, VA 22101; (703) 883-6938.

December 3-8

CASE 90, 4th International Workshop on CASE

Irvne, Calif. Contact Ronald J. Normal, San Diego State Univ., College of Business Administration, San Diego, CA 92182; (619) 594-3734.

December 5-7

11th Real-Time Systems Symposium

Orlando, Fla. Sponsor; IEEE CS Technical Comm. on Real-Time Computing. Contact Jane W.S. Liu. Univ. of Illinois, Dept. of Comp. Sci., 1304 West Springfield Ave., Urbana, IL, 61801; (217)-333-0135; email:janeliu@cs.uiuc.edu.

December 9-12

* 1990 Winter Simulation Conference

The Fairmont Hotel, New Orleans, La. Sponsor: ACM, SCS, IIE, ASA, ORSA/TIMS, IEEE., and NIST. Contact General Chair Randall P. Sandowski, Systems Modeling Corp., 504 Beaver St., Sweickley, PA 15143; (412) 741-3727.

December 10-11

San Diego Workshop on Volume Visualization

Supercomputing Center, San Diego, Calif. Sponsor: SIGGRAPH. Contact Todd Elvins, San Diego Supercomputing Center, Box 85608, USCD, San Dieog, CA 92138; (619) 534-5128; email: elvinst@sds.sdsc.edu.

December 12-14*

* 3d International Conference on Database Theory

Paris, France, Sponsor: INRIA, EDBT in-coop. with SIGMOD, EATCS, and AFCET. Contact Paris Kanellakis, Comp. Sci. Dept., Brown Univ., PO Box 1910, Providence, RI 02912; (401) 863-7647; email:pck@cs.brown.edu.

December 16-19

* 11th Annual International Conference on Information

Systems (ICIS)

Copenhagen, Denmark. Sponsor: SIM, TIMS, IFIP, in coop, with SIGBDP. Contact Lewis E. Leeburg, UCLA AGSM, 405 Hilgard Ave, Los Angeles, CA 90024-1481; (213) 825-1428.

December 26-27

7th Israeli Conference on Artificial Intelligence and

Computer Vision

Tel-Aviv, Israel. Contact Professor A. Bruckstein, 7th ACIV, Faculty of Comp. Sci., Technion, 32000 Haifa, Israel; email: freddy@techsel.bitnet.

1991

January 8-11*

* HICSS 24: Hawaii International Conference on System

Sciences

Hawaii. Sponsor: Univ. of Hawaii in coop. with SIGBDP. Contact Pamela Harrington, Univ. of Hawaii, Center for Executive Development, 2402 Maile Way, Honolulu, HI 96822; (808) 948-6617; email: hicss at uhccux.uhcc.hawaii.edu.

January 9-11

* International Workshop on formal Methods in VLSI

Design

Omni International Hotel, Miami, Fla. Sponsor: SIGDA. Contact P.A. Subrahmanyan, AT&T Bell Labs. Rm. 4E-530, Homdel, NJ 07733; (201) 949-5812; email;subra@vax 135.att.com.

January 13-16

Accessing the Global Network: Weaving Technology and

Trade in the Pacific (13th Pacific Telecommunications

Conference)

Honolulu, Hawaii, Sponsor: Pacific Telecommunications Council. Contact PTC, 1110 University Ave., Ste. 308, Honolulu, HI 96826; (808) 941-3789.

January 14-16

6th Annual Conference on the X Window System

Boston, Mass. Sponsor: MIT X Consortium. Contact X Technical Conference, Rm 217, MIT Lab. for Comp. Sci., 545 Technology Square, Cambridge, MA 02139

January 16-18

* International Conference on Multimedia Information

Systems

Singapore. Sponsors: SIGIR and SIGRAPH. Contact Desai Narasimhalu, Inst. of System Sciences, National Univ. of Singapore, Hen Mu Keng Terace, Kent Ridge, Republic of Singapore 0511; 7722002; email: issad@nusvm.bitnet.

January 16-18

* Joint SIGCOM/SIGGRAPH Workshop on Networking

and Graphics

Boulder, Co. Sponsors: SIGCOM and SIGRAPH. Contact Craig Partridge, (617) 873-2459; email: craig@bbn.com.

January 21-23

* Workshop on Parallel and Distributed Simulation

Disneyland Hotel, Anaheim,Calif. Sponsor: SIGSIM. IEEE-CS, TCSIM. Contact David Nicol, Dept. of Comp. Sci., college of William and Mary, Williamsburg, VA 23185; (804) 221-3458; email: nicol@cs.wm.edu.

January 21-23

* POPL '91:15th ACM SIGACT-SIGPLAN Symposium on

Principles of Programming Languages

Sheraton World Resort, Orlando, Fla. Sponsor: SIGACT and SIGPLAN. Contact David Wise, Indiana Univ., Comp. Sci. Dept., 101 Lindley Hall, Bloomington, IN 47405; (812) 855-4866; email: dswise@cs.indiana.edu.

January 21-25

Winter 1991 Unix Technical Conference

Dallas, Tex. Sponsor: Usenix Assoc. Contact USENIX Conference office, 22672 Lambert St., Ste. 613, El Toro, CA 92630; (714) 588-8649.

January 28-30*

* ACM/SIGACT-SIAM: Conference on Discrete Algorithms

Cathedral Hill Hotel, San Francisco, Calif. Sponsor: SIGACT and SIAM. Contact David Johnson, AT&T Bell Labs, 600 Mountain Ave., Rm 2D-150, Murray Hill, NJ 07974; (201) 582-1742; email: csnet: dsj@research.att.com.

February 12-15

Second International Workshop on Parsing Technologies

Cancun, quintana ROO, Mexico. Contact Joan Maddamma, IWPT-91 Workshop Sec., (412) 268-7656; fax: (412) 621-5473; email: jfm@cs.cmu.

February 13-15

5th international Conference on Modeling Techniques

and Tools for Computer Performance Evaluation

Torino, Italy. Contact Maria Carla Calzarossa, Dipartimento di Informatica e Sistemistica, Univversita' di Pavia, Via Abbiategrasso, 209, 27100 Pavia, Italy: +39 (382) 391 350; email: mcc@ipvpel.infin.it.

March 3-6

* 5th International Workshop on high-Level Synthesis

Beulerhoehe, West Germany. Sponsor: SICDA, IEEE, and DATC. Contact Raul Camposano. IBM TI Watson Research Center, P.O. Box 218, Yorktown heights, NY, 10598; (914) 945-3871; email: raulc@ibm.com.

March 4-7

* ACM 19th Computer Science Conference

San Antonio Tex. Sponsor: ACM. Contact C. Jinshong Hwang, Dept. of Comp. Sci., Southwest Texas State Univ., San Marcos, TX 78666; (512)245-3434; email: ch01@swtexas.

March 7-8

* SIGCSE Technical Symposium

San Antonio, Tex. Sponsor: SIGCSE. Contact Nell Dale, Comp. Sci. Dept., Univ. of Texas, Austin, TX 78712; (512) 471-9539; email: ndale at cs.utexas.edu.

March 7-9

* SIGFORTH 91: ACM SIGForth Workshop

San Antonio, Tex. Sponsor: SIGForth. Contact Dave Cole, Software Construction Co., 2900 B Longmire, College Station, TX 77845; (409) 696-5432.

March 13-20

Hannover Fair CeBIT '91

Hannover, West Germany. Sponsor: Hannover Fairs, Inc. Contact Hannover Fairs USA,

Inc. 103 Carnegie Center, Princeton, NJ

08540; (609) 987-1202.

March 14-15

* 4th Annual Computer Virus and Security

New York, N.Y. Sponsor: SIGSAC and Data Processing Management. Contact Judy Brand, DPMA, PO Box 894, Wall St. Sta., New York, NY 10268; (800) 835-2246.

March 18-19*

3d Annual Oregon Workshop on Software Metrics

Silverton, Ore. Sponsor: Portland State Univ. and Oregon Center for Advanced Technology Education. Contact Warren Harrison, Dept. of Comp. Sci., Portland State Univ., Portland, OR 97207-0751.

March 18-22

3d IFIP Conference on High Speed Networking

Berlin, West Germany. Sponsor: IFIP, DETECON. Contact IFIP-Networks, GMD-Fokus, Hardenbergplatz 2, D-1000 Berlin 12, FR Germany; +49 30 25499 200/201; fax: + 49 30 25499-202; email: embox@fokus.berlin.gmd.dbp.de.

March 21-22

* Symposium on Experience with Distributed and

Multiprocessor Systems

Atlanta, Ga. Sponsor: The USENIX Assoc. in coop. with SIGOPS and IEEE CS. Contact George Leach, AT&T Paradyne, MS LG-133, P.O. Box 2826, Largo, FL 34649-2826; (813) 530-2376; email: reggie@pdn.rm paradyne.com.

April 1-5

24th Annual Simulation Symposium

New Orleans, La. Sponsor: Society for Computer Simulation. Contact George Zobrist, Dept. of Comp. Sci., Univ. of Missouri-Rolla, Rolla, Missouri 65436; (314) 341-4836; email: c2816@umrvmb.umr.edu.

April 3-5

* ACM SIGUCCS Computer Management Symposium

St. Louis, Mo. Sponsor: SIGUCCS. Contact Larry Westermeyer, Univ. of Missouri, 8001 Natural Bridge Rd, St. Louis, MO 63121-4499; (314) 553-6000; email: slwwest@umslvma.

April 4-5

* 1991 Symposium on Applied Computing

Kansas City, Mo. Sponsor: ACM Student Chapter at Univ. of Missouri. Contact Richard Hetherington, Comp. Sci. Telecomm. Prog., Univ. of Missouri, 5100 Rockhill Rd, Kansas City, MO 64110; (816) 276-1193; email: hetherington@umkcvaxz.

April 4-6*

* Computer Graphis & Education 91

Parador Aiguablava, Bagur, Spain. Sponsor: IFIP in coop. with SIGGRAPH and Eurographics. Contact Steve Cunningham, Dept. of Comp. Sci., California State Univ., Turlock, CA 95380; (209) 667-3176; email: vsc@altair.csucstan.edu.

April 8-9

1st International Workshop on Interoperability in Multidatabase

Systems (IMS-91)

Kyoto, Japan. Sponsor: IEEE CS. Contact Ahmed K. Elamgarmid, Dept. of Comp. Sci., Purdue Univ., West Lafayette, IN, 47907; (317) 494-1998.

April 8-9

* Information Systems in Personnel Interface

Atlanta, Ga. Sponsor: SIGCPR. Contact George Schell, Production and Decision Science, School Bus. Adm., Univ. of North Carolina, Wilmington, NC 28403; (919) 395-3675; email: schellg@uncwil.

April 8-10*

Data Compression Conference

Snowbird, Utah. Sponsor: IEEE CS in coop. with NASA/CESDIS. Contact Martin Cohn, Comp. Sci. Dept., Brandeis Univ., Waltham, MA 02254; (617) 736-2705; fax: (617) 736-2741.

April 8-11

* ASPLOS-IV: 4th International Conference on Architecture

Support for Programming Language & Operating

Systems

Santa Clara, Calif. Sponsors: SIGARCH, SIGPLAN, SIGOPS, and IEEE CS. Contact Bob Rau, Hewlett Packard, 1501 Page Mill Rd. Bldg. 3 Upper, P.O. Box 10490; (415) 857-8018; email: rau@hplabs.hp.com.

April 10-12

* 4th International Conference on Rewriting Techniques

and Applications

Como, Italy. Sponsor: SIGACT, SIGSAM, SIGART, ETACS, IEEE, and Univ. of Milan. Contact Ronald V. Book, Mathematic Dept., Univ. of California, Santa Barbara, CA 93106; (805) 961-2778; email: book-%henri@hub.ucsb.edu.

April 10-12

* 29th Annual ACM Symposium Southeast Regional

Conference

Auburn, Ala. Sponsor: ACM. Contact J. Cross, Conference Chair, Comp. Sci. and Engineering, 107 Dustan Hall, Auburn Univ., Auburn, AL 36849; (205) 844-4330.

April 17-19

TriComm '91: Communications for Distributed Applications

and Systems

Chapel Hill, N.C. Sponsor: IEEE-CS, Dept. of Comp. Sci. at Univ. of N.C. at Chapel Hill and MCNC. Contact Alan Blatecky, Center for Communication, MCNC, P.O. Box 12889, Research Triangle Park, NC 27709-2889; (919) 248-1488; fax: (919) 248-1455; email: alan@concert.net.

April 21-24

* PPoPP 91: ACM SIGPLAN Symposium on Principles

and Practices of Parallel Programming

Hilton Hotel, Williamsburg, Va. Sponsor: SIGPLAN. Contact Dennis Gannon, Dept. of Comp. Sci., Indiana Univ., 101 Lindley Hall, Bloomington, IN, 47401; (812) 855-5184; email: gannon at iuvax.cs.indiana.edu.

April 21-24*

Supercomputing by University People for Education and

Research

Park City, Utah. Contact Julio facelli or DeeAnn Raynor, Utah Supercomputing Institute, 3330 MEB, Univ. of Utah, Salt Lake City, UT 84112; (801) 581-5253; fax: (801) 581-8692; email: super@vm.usi.utah.edu.

April 22-25

* 2d International Conference on Systems Integration

(ICSI '91)

Morristown, N.J. Sponsor: INIS, New Jersey Inst. of Technology (Dept. of CS and IS) in coop. with SIGSOFT, AT&T Syscorp, Inc., IEEE-CS and ACM. Contact CV Ramamoorthy, UC Berkeley, 1117 Sierra Vista Way, Lafayette, CA 94549; (415) 642-4751.

April 27-May 2

* CHI '91 Human Factors in Computing Systems

New Orleans, La. Sponsor: SIGCHI. Keith Butler, Boeing Computer Service, Box 24346, MS 7L-64, Seattle, WA 98124; (206) 865-3386; email: keith@atc.boeing.com.

April 29-May 2

* ICO 91: Cognitive Sciences: Tools for the Development

of Organizations

Univ.du Quebec, Montreal, Quebec, Canada. Sponsor: GIRICO, CRIM, FIQ, ACI, AFCET, IEEE-CS, CEFRIO, BCS, INRIA, CSCSI, in coop. with SIGART and SIGOIS. Contact Marc Bouisset Dept. of Mathematique et d'Informatique, Case postale 8888, Succ. A, Montreal, Quebec, Canada H3C 3P8; (514) 987-7009.

May 5-10

Mathematical Fundamentals of Database and Knowledge

Base Systems (MFDBS-91)

Goehren, GDR. Contact Bernhard Thalheim, Rostock Univ., Comp. Sci. Dept., 2500 rostock, GDR; (37) (81) 45430

May 6-8

* STOC '91: 23d Annual ACM Symposium on Theory of

Computing

New Orleans, La. Sponsor: SIGACT. Contact Jeff Vitter, Brown Univ., Dept. of Comp. Sci., Providence, RI 02912-1910; (401) 863-7646; email: jsv@cs.brown.edu.

May 7-10

* International Workshop on Logic Synthesis

Research Triangle Park, N.C. Sponsor: MCNC in coop. with SIGDA. Contact Franc Brglez, BNR/MCNC, P.O. Box 12889, Research Triangle Park, NC; (919) 248-1925; email: brglez@mcnc.org.

May 9-11*

2d International Workshop on Human and Machine Cognition

Pensacola, Fla. Contact Ken ford, Institute for Human and Machine cognition, Div. of Comp. Sci., Univ. of W. Florida, Pensacola, FL 32514; (914) 474-2551; email: kford@uwf.bitnet.

May 13-16*

5th Hewlett-Packard User Group Conference

Mlbourne, Australia. Sponsor: Hewlett-Packard. Contact Mandy Bromilow, (613) 429-4322; fax: (613) 427-0715.

May 13-17

* ICSE 13: International Conference on Software Engineering

Austin, Tex. Sponsor: SIGSOFT and IEEECS. Contact Less A. Belady, MCC Software Technology Program, P.O. Box 200195, Austin, TX 78720; (512) 338-3356; email: belady@mcc.com

May 17-18

International Symposium on Software Reliability Engineering

Austin, Tex. Sponsors: IEEE CS Technical Committee on Software Engineering and National Aeronautics and Space Administration. Contact John C. Munson, Division of Comp. Sci., Univ. of West Florida, Pensacola, FL 32514; (904) 474-2989; email: jmunson@desnet.uwf.edu.

May 20-21

* Workshop on Parallel and Distributed Debugging

Santa Cruz, Calif. Sponsor: SIGPLAN, SIGOPS and Office of Naval Research. Contact Charles McDowell, CIS, Univ. of California at Santa Cruz, Santa Cruz, CA 95064. (408) 459-4772; email: charlie@cis.ucsc.edu.

May 20-22*

* 2d Physical Design Workshop

Pittsburgh, Penn., Sponsor: SIGDA. Contact Mary Jane Irwin, Pennsylvania State Univ., Dept. of Comp. Sci., University Park, PA 16802; (814) 865-1802; email: mji@guardians.cs.psu.edu.

May 21-23

4th Software Engineering Standards Application Workshop

San Diego, Calif. Sponsor: IEEE-CS. Contact Vera Edelstein, NYNEX Corp., 500 Westchester Ave., White Plains, NY 10604; (914) 683-2888.

May 21-24

* SIGMETRICS '91: ACM SIGMETRICS Conference on

Measurement & Modelling Computer Systems

San Diego, Calif. Sponsor: SIGMETRICS. Contact Michael Molloy, Hewlett-Packard Corp., 3404 East Harmony Rd, Fort Collins, CO 80525; (303) 229-6367; email: molloy%hpfcda@hp.com.

May 22-25 (*)

Computer Animation '91

Geneva, Switzerland. Contact Nadia M. Thalmann, MIRALab CUI, Univ. of Geneva, 12 rue du Lac, CH 1207, Geneva, Switzerland; 41 22 787 6581; fax: 41 22 735 3905; email: thalmann@elma.epfl.ch.

May 23-25

World Computer Law Conference

Chicago, II. Sponsor: Center for Computer Law, Center for Informatics Law, and John Marshall Law School. Contact Michael D. Scott, Conf. Cochair, Center for Computer Law, Box 3549, Manhattan Beach, CA 90266; (213) 689-5186; fax: (213) 474-9916.

May 25-28*

* 3d International Conference on Al & Law

Oxford Univ., Oxford, England. Sponsor: SIGART and Society for Computer and Law. Contact Carole Hafner, North Eastern Univ., College of Comp. Sci., Boston, MA 02115; (617) 437-5116; email: hafner@corwin.ccs.northeastern.edu.

May 26-30

* ISCA: '91: 18th International Symposium on Computer

Architecture

Royal York Hotel, Toronto, Ontario, Canada. Sponsor: SIGARCH and IEEE CS. Contact Z.G. Vranesic, Dept. of Electrical Engineering, Toronto, Ontario, M5S 1A4, Canada; (416) 978-5032; email: zvonko@eecg.toronto.edu.

May 27-29

ICCI 91, International Conference on Computing and

Information

Ottawa, Canada. Sponsor: Carleton Univ. in Ottawa. Contact F. Fiala; fax: (613) 788-4334; email: icci@scs.carleton.ca.

May 28-29

The 5th Israel Conference on Computer Systems and

Software Engineering

Herzelia, Israel. Sponsor: IEEE CS. Contact Conference Secretariat, c/o OFTRA Ltd., P.O. Box 50432, Tel Aviv, 61500, Israel. 972-3-664825; fax: 972-3-660952.

June 10-12*

* SIGMOD/PODS '91

Westin Hotel, Denver, Co. Sponsor: SIGMOD, SIGACT, and SIGART. Contact Don Moore, US West Advanced Technology, 6200 South Quebec St., Englewood 80111; (303) 930-5313; email: dan@uswat.unwest.com.

June 2-5

* 4th International Conference on Industrial and

Engineering Applications of Artificial Intelligence and

Expert Systems

Waihai Hilton, Kauai, Hawaii. Sponsor: SIGART and UTSI. Contact Moonis Ali, Univ. of Tennessee Space Inst., Tullahoma, TN 37388-8897; (615) 455-0631 x.283; email: alif@utsv1.bitnet.

June 5-7

* ACM SIGGRAPH Symposium on Solid Modelling Foundations

and CAD/CAM Applications

Austin, Tex. Sponsor: SIGGRAPH. Contact Joshua Turner, CII 7015, RDRC, RPI, Troy, NY 12180-3590; (518) 276-8713; email: jturner@rdrc.rpi.edu.

June 10-12*

* 7th Annual Symposium on Computational Geometry

Red Jacket Inn, North Conway, NH. Sponsor: SIGACT and SIGGRAPH. Contact Scott Drysdale, Math and Comp. Sci., Dartmouth College, Hanover, NH 03755; (603) 646-2101; email: scot.drysdale@dartmouth.edu.

June 10-13

Parle '91, Conference on Parallel Architectures and Languages

Europe

Veldhoven, The Netherlands. Contact F. Stoots, Philips Research Lab., P.O. Box 80.000, 5600 Eindoven, The Netherlands; fax: +31 40 744758; email: stoots@dooma.prl.philips.nl.

June 12-14

* 3d International Software Configuration Management

Workshop

Norwegian Inst. of Tech., Trondheim, Norway. Sponsor: SIGSOFT and IEEE CS. Contact Reidar Conradi, Division of Computer Systems and Telematics (DCST) Norwegian Inst. of Tech., N-7034; 47 7 593444; email: conradi@idt.unit.no.

June 12-14

* 1991 ACM SIGSMALL Conference on Small Systems

Toronto, Ontario, Canada. Sponsor: SIGSMALL. Contact Jacob Slonim, 230 Scarborough Rd., Toronto, ON M4E 3H6 Canada; (416) 448-2245.

June 17-19*

17th International Workshop on Graph-Theoretic Concepts

in Computer Science

Fischbachau, West Germany. Contact Gunther Schmidt, Fakulat fur Informatik, UniBw Munchen, Werener-Heisenberg-Weg 39, D-8014 Neubiberg, West Germany; ++ 49 89 6004 2261.

June 17-19*

* ACM Symposium on Partial Evaluation Semantics-Based

Program Manipulation

Ylae Univ., New Haven, Conn. Sponsor: SIGPLAN. Contact Charles Consel, Yale Univ., Comp. Sci. Dept., 51 Prospect St., New Haven, CT 06520; (203) 432-1274; email: consel@yale.edu.

June 17-21

* ICS '91: ACM SIGARCH International Conference on

Supercomputing

Queens Hotel, Cologne, West Germany. Sponsor: SIGARCH. Contact Friedel Hossfeld, Research Center Juelich (KFA) ZAM, Postfach 1913 d-5170 Julich, WG; 49 2461-61-6402; email: zdv001 at djufall.

June 17-22

* DAC 91: The 28th ACM/IEEE Design Automation

Conference

San Francisco, Calif. Sponsors: SIGDA, IEEE-CS, DATC in coop. with IEEE circuits and Systems. Contact M.P. Assoc., 7490 Clubhouse Rd., Ste. 102, Boulder, CO 80301; (303) 530-4333.

June 22-28

* Computer Graphics International '91: Visualization

of Physical Phenomena

MIT, Cambridge, Mass. Sponsor: MIT in coop. with SIGGRAPH, ASME, BCS, IEEE, CGS. Contact N.M. Patrikalakis, Prog. Chair CGI '91, MIT Rm 5-428, 77 Massachusetts ave., Cambridge, MA 02139; (617) 253-4555; fax: (617) 253-8125; email: nmp@deslab.mit.edu.

June 24-28*

* ACM SIGPLAN: '91 Conference on Programming Languages

Design and Implementation

Toronto, Ontario, Canada. Contact Brent Hailpern, Old Orchard Rd, Armonk, NY 10504; (914) 765-6481; email: bth@ibm.com.

June 27-29

3d International Conference on Software Engineering

and Knowledge Engineering

Skokie, Ill. Sponsor: Knowledge System Inst., Inst. for Information Industry, SWIFT, and Univ. of Pittsburgh. Contact W.D. Hurley, Dept. of Comp. Sci., Alumni Hall, Univ. of Pittsburgh, Pittsburgh, PA 15260; (412) 624-3843; email: hurley@cs.pitt.edu.

July 1-3

* International Conference on Computing 1991

(COMP 1991)

Imperial College of Science and Tech., London, United Kingdom. Sponsor: IEEE in coop. with SIGARCH, SIGCAS, SIGSOFT, The Charles Babbage Institute (Minneapolis), IFAC, British Computer Society, IEEE-CS, British Assoc. for the Advancement of Science, British Society for the History of Science, The Royal society, and Institution of Electronic and Radio Engineers. Contact General Chair, E. Ash CBE FRS, Imperial College of London, Exhibition Rd., London SW7 2AZ, United Kingdom; +44 1 589 5111.

July 3-6

* CAR '91: Computer Assisited Radiology

Berlin, W. Germany. Sponsors: Tech. Univ. of Berlin, in coop. with SIGBIO, IEEE CS, American College of Radiology. Contact Michael L. Rhodes, Toshiba America MRI, Inc., 280 Utah Ave., South San Francisco, CA 94080; (415) 875-2909.

July 8-12

2d International Conf. on Industrial and Applied Mathematics

Washington, D.C. Sponsor: Robert E. O'Malley, Jr., Renssealaer Polytech Inst. Contact SIAM conference coord., 1400 Architects Bldg., 117 S. 17th Street, Philadelphia, PA 19103-5052; (215) 564-2929.

July 14-19

AAAI's Ninth Annual Conference on AI (AAAI-91)

Anaheim, Calif. Sponsor: The American Assoc. for Artificial Intelligence. Contact AAAI-91, 445 Burgess Drive, Menlo Park, CA 94025-3496; (415) 328-3123; email: ncai@aaai.org.

July 15-17*

* International Symposium on symbolic and Algebraic

Computation

Hotel Maritim, Bonn, West Germany. Sponsor: SIGSAM, GI, GAD. Contact Fritz Schwartz, GMD, Institut Fl, Postfach, 1240, 5205 St. augustin, W. Germany 2241-142782; email: gf;002@dbngmd4.

July 15-19*

* 6th Annual IEEE Logic in Computer Science Symposium

Amsterdam, Netherlands. Sponsors; IEEE, EATCS, ASL in coop. SIGACT. Contact D. Leivant, School of Comp. Sci., Carnegie-Mellon Univ., Pittsburgh, PA 15213.

July 18-20

* International Conference for Young Computer Scientists

Beijing, china. Sponsor: ACM, Chinese Comp. Fed., CICCS&T, Hong Kong CS, Contact Shukai Chen, Chinese Computer Federation, PO Box 2704, Beijing, 10080 China.

July 21-24*

* SPAA 91: 3d Anual ACM Symposium on Parallel

Algorithms & Architecture

Mariott Hotel, Hilton Head, S.C. Sponsor: SIGACT and SIGARCH. Contact Tom Leighton, MIT Math Dept., 545 Technology Square, Cambridge, MA 02139; (617) 253-3662; email: ftl@math.mit.edu.

July 28-August 2

* ACM SIGGRAPH 91: 18th International Conference

and Exhibition on Computer Graphics Interactive

Techniques

Las Vegas, Nev. Sponsor: SIGGRAPH. Contact Smith Bucklin and Assoc., Inc. 111 E. Wacker Drive, Chicago, IL 60601; (312) 644-6610.

August 4-8

* APL '91: International Conference on APL

Stanford, Clif. Sponsor: SIGAPL and APLBUG. Contact Charles A. Schulz, Lockheed, 822 Shearton Dr., San Jose, CA 95117; (408) 742-5277.

August 14-16*

WADS '91: Workshop on Algorithms and Data Structures

Ottawa, Canada. Sponsor: Carleton Univ. Contact WADS '91, School of Comp. Sci., Carleton Univ., Ottawa, canada KIS 5B6; (613) 788-4333; fax (613) 788-4334; email: wads@scs.carleton.ca.

August 25-30

The 12th International Joint Conference on AI (IJCAI-91)

Sydney, Australia. Sponsor: The American Assoc. for Artificial Intelligence. Contact Priscilla Rasmussen, (201) 932-2768; email: rasmussen@aramis.rutgers.edu.

Augst 25-31

* Workshop on theory and Practice in Physical Design

West Germany. Sponsor: Inst. for Conferences and Research in Science, Dagstuhl Inst., in coop. with SIGDA. Contact Dr. Thomas Lengauer, Fachberiech 17, Universitat-GH Paderborn, Postfach 1621, 4790 Paterborn WG; 011 49 52 53 51 60 20 66; email: tl%pbinfo@seismo.css.gov.

August 28-30

* 2d Symposium on Large Spatial Databases

Zurich, Switzerland. Sponsor: German Computer Society, Swiss Computer Society, Swiss Federal Inst. of Technology, in coop. with SIGMOD. Contact Hans J. Schek, Inst. for Information systems, Eth Zentrum CH, 8092 Zurich, Switzerland; +41 1 2547240; email: schek@inf.ethz.ch.

October 6-11

* OOPSLA 91

Phoenix Civic Plaza, Phoenix, Ariz. Sponsor: SIGPLAN. Contact John richards, IBM Research Division, PO Box 704, Yorktown Heights, NY 10598; (914) 784-7731; email: jtr@ibm.com.

October 7-9

9th Annual Pacific Northwest Software Quality Conference

Portland, Ore. Sponsor: Pacific Northwest Software Quality Conference Committee. Contact Terri Moore, Pacific Agenda, P.O. Box 10142, Portland, OR 97210; (503) 223-8633.

October 8-10

* TAV-4: 4th Symposium on Testing Analysis and Verfication

Victoria, British Columbia, Canada. Sponsor: SIGSOFT. Contact William E. Howden, CSE, UCSD, La Jolla, CA 92093; (619) 534-2723; email: howden@cs.ucsd.edu.

October 12-13

7th annual Eastern small college Computer Conference

Tarrytown, N.Y. Sponsor: Marymount College. Contact Doris C. Appleby, Dept. of Math/CS/IS, Marymount College, Tarrytown, NY 10591.

October 13-16

* 14th International ACM SIGIR conference on Research

and Development in Information retrieval

Chicago Hyatt-Regency, Chicago, Ill. Sponsor: SIGIR. Contact Abraham Bookstein, Univ. of Chicago, Center for Information and Language Studies, 1100 East 57th St., chicago, IL; (312) 702-8268; email: bkst@tina.uchicago.edu.

October 13-16*

* ACM SIGOPS '91: 13th ACM Symphosium on Operating

Systems Principles

Asilomar, Pacific Grove, Calif. Sponsor: SIGOPS. Contact Jim Mitchell, Sun Micro Systems, 2550 Garcia Ave., M55-44, Mountain View, CA 94043; (415) 336-7825; email: jamesg@sun.com.

October 21-24

3d European Software Engineering Conference

Milan, Italy. Contact Alfonso Fugetta, CEFRIEI, c/o AICA-ESEC '91, P.le Rodolfo Morandi 2, 1.2021 Milan, Italy; email: alfonso@imicefr.bitnet.

October 25-26

* 6th International Workshop on Software Specification

and Design

Como, Italy. Sponsor: IEEE-CS in coop. with SIGSOFT. Contact Jean-Pierre Finance, CRIN Univ. de Nancyl, Campus Scientifique, BP 239 54506 Vandoeuvre les,; 33 83 91 21 12; email: finance@loria.crin.fr

November 18-22

* Supercomputing '91

Alburqurque Conversion Center, Alburqurque, N. Mex. Sponsor: SIGARCH and IEEE-CS. Contact Raymond Elliott, Computing Division, Los Alamos National Lab., P.O. Box 663, MS B260, Los Alamos, NM, 87545; (505) 667-1449; email: rle@lanl.gov.

December 8-11

* 1991 Winter Simulation Conference

Arizona Biltmore, Phoenix, ariz. Sponsor: SIGSIM, ASA SCS, ORSA, NIST, TIMS, IIE, IEEE-CS, IEEE-SMCS. Contact Edward Stohr. New York Univ., Bus. Adm., 90 Trinity PI., Grad. Schol, New York, NY 10006; (212) 285-6000; email: tstohr@nybvxl.

December 15-17

* 12th Annual International Conference on Information

Systems (ICIS)

New York, N.Y. Sponsor: SIGSIM, TIMS in coop. with SIGBDP. Contact Lewis E. Leeburg. UCLA AGSM, 405 Hilgard Ave., Los Angeles, CA 90024-1481; (213) 825-1428.

december 15-18*

* Hypertext '91

Mariott RiverCenter, San Antonio, Tex. Sponsor; SIGCHI, SIGIR, SIGOIS. Contact John Leggett, Comp. Sci. Dept., Texas A&M Univ., College Sta., TX 77843-3112; (409) 845-0298; email: leggett@cssun.tamu.edu.

1992

January 8-10

Computer Science and Operations Research: New Developments

in Their Interfaces

Williamburg, Va. Sponsor: ORSA. Contact Osman Balci, Dept. of Comp. Sci., Virginia Tech, Blacksburg, VA 24061-0106, (703) 231-4841; email: balci@vtopus.cs.vt.edu.

February 29-March 7

* ACM SIGCSE Technical Symposium

Kansas City, Mo. Sponsor: ACM SIGCSE. Contact Maynard J. Mansfield, Dept. of Comp. Sci., Indiana-Purdue at Fort Wayne, Fort Wayne, IN 46805-1499; (219) 481-6236; email: mansfiel@iubacs.bitnet.
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