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ITP 2014 : International Conference on Interactive Theorem Proving


Conference Series : Interactive Theorem Proving
When Jul 14, 2014 - Jul 17, 2014
Where Vienna
Abstract Registration Due Jan 24, 2014
Submission Deadline Jan 31, 2014
Notification Due Mar 21, 2014
Final Version Due Apr 18, 2014
Categories    theorem proving   improvements in theorem prover

Call For Papers

ITP 2014

International Conference on Interactive Theorem Proving
14th-17th July 2014 in Vienna, Austria

Abstract submission: 24th January 2014
Paper submission: 31st January 2014
Author notification: 21st March 2014
Camera-ready paper versions due: 18th April 2014
Conference Registration: End of May 2014
Conference Dates: 14th-17th July 2014

ITP is the premier international conference for researchers from all areas of interactive theorem proving and its applications. It represents the natural evolution of the TPHOLs conference series to include research related to all other interactive theorem provers. TPHOLs meetings took place every year from 1988 until 2009. In 2010, the first ITP conference was held in Edinburgh, Scotland, as part of the Federated Logic Conference (FLoC). Subsequent ITP conferences were held in Nijmegen, The Netherlands, in 2011, Princeton, New Jersey, USA, in 2012, and Rennes, France in 2013. ITP 2014 will again be a part of FLoC, in Vienna, Austria.

ITP welcomes submissions describing original research on all aspects of interactive theorem proving and its applications. In particular, the ITP community is open to users of all interactive theorem provers. Suggested topics include but are not limited to the following:

formal aspects of hardware and software,
formalizations of mathematics,
improvements in theorem prover technology,
user interfaces for interactive theorem provers,
formalizations of computational models,
use of theorem provers in education,
industrial applications of interactive theorem provers, and
concise and elegant worked examples of formalizations ("Proof Pearls").

Submissions must be made electronically in PDF format. Submissions should be prepared using the Springer LNCS format, available from, and submitted via EasyChair. Submissions must describe original unpublished work not submitted for publication elsewhere, presented in a way that is accessible to users of other systems. The proceedings will be published as a volume in the Springer Lecture Notes in Computer Science series and will be available to participants at the conference.

ITP accepts both long papers (up to sixteen pages) and "rough diamonds" (up to six pages, possibly in the form of an extended abstract). Both categories of papers will be fully refereed and included in the published proceedings. Papers in the "rough diamonds" category are expected to present innovative and promising ideas that have not yet had the time to mature. Regular papers are expected to present mature research projects with appropriate supporting evidence.

All papers should have an abstract of approximately 100 words. Note that abstracts must be submitted a week prior to the paper submission deadline. Papers should also include a list of relevant keywords, which must include the name of the theorem prover featured in the paper. We strongly encourage submissions that describe interactions with or improvements of a theorem prover. Authors of such papers should provide verifiable evidence of an implementation, such as appropriate source files. This material may be uploaded via EasyChair or may be placed online, as long as a URL is included with the submission.

Authors of accepted papers are expected to present their papers at the conference, and will be required to sign copyright release forms. All submissions must be written in English.
Program Chairs

Gerwin Klein, NICTA and The University of New South Wales, Australia
Ruben Gamboa, University of Wyoming, USA

Workshop Chair

David Pichardie, INRIA, France

Program Committee

Jeremy Avigad, Carnegie Mellon University
Lennart Beringer, Princeton University
Yves Bertot, INRIA
Thierry Coquand, Chalmers University
Amy Felty, University of Ottawa
Ruben Gamboa, University of Wyoming
Georges Gonthier, Microsoft Research
Elsa Gunter, Departement of Computer Science, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
John Harrison, Intel Corporation
Matt Kaufmann, University of Texas at Austin
Gerwin Klein, NICTA and UNSW
Alexander Krauss, Technische Universität München
Ramana Kumar, University of Cambridge
Joe Leslie-Hurd, Intel Corporation
Assia Mahboubi, INRIA - École polytechnique
Panagiotis Manolios, Northeastern University
Magnus O. Myreen, University of Cambridge
Tobias Nipkow, TU München
Michael Norrish, NICTA
Sam Owre, SRI International
Lawrence Paulson, University of Cambridge
David Pichardie, INRIA Rennes - Bretagne Atlantique
Lee Pike, Galois, Inc.
Jose-Luis Ruiz-Reina, Departament of Computer Science and Artificial Intelligence (University of Seville)
Julien Schmaltz, Open University of the Netherlands
Sofiene Tahar, Concordia University
René Thiemann, University of Innsbruck
Laurent Théry, INRIA
Christian Urban
Tjark Weber, Uppsala University
Makarius Wenzel, Université Paris-Sud 11

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