Reed-Muller Workshop 2019

May 24, 2019, Fredericton, New Brunswick, Canada

Immediately Following the IEEE International Symposium on Multiple-Valued Logic,

Workshop Program (NEW)

 

The goal of the Reed-Muller 2019 Workshop is to provide a forum for researchers to exchange and discuss research ideas in the following and related areas:

 

A History of the Reed-Muller Workshop is available here.

 

Paper Submission:

Original research, tutorial or survey papers are invited for submission by February 17, 2019 using the Easychair conference management system. Please use IEEE double-column format (templates available here), use 'conference style', and US letter paper size (8.5 by 11 in.). There is no page limit as the workshop record will be distributed electronically. Six to eight pages is the suggested paper length. Call for papers (PDF version)

 

To submit a paper, please create an account on EasyChair. You can access EasyChair HERE. Once you have an account, you can submit your paper by accessing the EasyChair author page HERE.

 

NOTE: The workshop papers will only be distributed to workshop attendees. The copyright remains with the author.

 

Workshop Location:

The Reed-Muller Workshop will be held on the campus of the University of New Brunswick in the Gillin Hall building, room number 122. Gillin Hall is building 11 on the UNB campus map. This location is a 1.5 kilometer (approximately 20-minute walk) from the Crowne Plaza Hotel where the ISMVL conference is taking place. For location details and maps, click on the RM Workshop Location webpage HERE.

 

Workshop Registration:

The Reed-Muller Workshop attendees are required to pay a small registration fee to partially cover refreshments and lunch. Regular registration is $50 and student registration is $25. Please note that student registrants will be required to show proof of current student status upon checkin. All registration fees are in U.S. currency. To access the registration webpage, please click HERE.

 

Important Dates:

 

Program Committee:

 

For further information, please contact either of the following:

 

Mitch Thornton, General Chair

Luca Amaru, Co-Program Chair

D. Michael Miller, Co-Program Chair

Dept. of Electrical and Computer Engineering

Synopsys Bldg 1

Dept. of Computer Science

Lyle School of Engineering

Corte Madera Ave

Faculty of Engineering

Southern Methodist University

Sunnyvale, CA, USA 94085

University of Victoria

P.O. Box 750122

 

P. O. Box 3055

Dallas, Texas, USA 75275-0122

 

Victoria, BC, Canada V8W 3P6

 

 

 

mitch@smu.edu

luca.amaru@synopsys.com

mmiller@uvic.ca

 

  The following sponsors of the Reed-Muller Workshop are gratefully acknowledged.

 

University of New Brunswick

Faculty of Computer Science

Fredericton, NB, Canada

 

Darwin Deason Institute for Cybersecurity

Southern Methodist University

Dallas, Texas, USA

 

The workshop  has been previously held in Novi Sad (Serbia) in 2017, Waterloo (Canada) in 2015, Toyama (Japan) in 2013, Tuusula (Finland) in 2011, Naha (Japan) in 2009, Oslo (Norway) in 2007, Tokyo (Japan) in 2005, Trier (Germany) in 2003, Starkville, Mississippi (USA) in 2001, Victoria (Canada) in 1999, Oxford (UK) in 1997, Chiba (Japan) in 1995, and Hamburg (Germany) in 1993.