The contribution admitted are scientific papers, which report novel research in the areas of interest and formatted as instructed. All submissions will be subject to peer review by the NETREASON Programme Committee. Scientific papers will be evaluated based on relevance, significance of contribution, impact, technical quality, scholarship and quality of presentation.
Deadline for submissions: February 28
Authors will be notified by March 31 (latest) and camera ready versions are expected no later than April 10.
We are planning a Special Issue of the Journal of Logic and Computation, Corner of Logic and Information to which extended versions of papers presented at the Workshop can be submitted.