The workshop aims at discussing and exchanging experience on the design, implementation, and optimization of logic, constraint (logic) programming systems, and other systems based on logic as a means of expressing computations. Experience backed up by real implementations and their evaluation is given preference, as well as descriptions of work in progress in that direction.
Topics included, but not limited to:
The workshop will welcome all short papers that are technically sound and on-topic, including contributions to theory, reports of interesting applications, reports of work in progress, experience papers, suggestions for new challenging problems, system descriptions, comparison and discussion papers, and improvements to known results/proofs/implementations.
All papers must be written in English and should not exceed 15 pages. We welcome also shorter submissions, e.g., extended abstracts and short papers, of at least 3 pages. For all accepted papers, at least one author is required to attend the workshop and give a presentation of 30 minutes including discussion.
Submissions must be made in Springer's LNCS format via the page: https://easychair.org/conferences/?conf=ciclops2017
A program committee consisting of members from different research groups in the area will review the submissions on EasyChair. Papers will be reviewed by at least two, and usually three, referees.
This year's workshop edition also features a new submission category: presentation-only papers, i.e., papers already submitted or presented at a conference or another workshop. Such papers can be submitted in any format through the submissions page (see above), and will not be included in the workshop post-proceedings.
CICLOPS workshop emerged from the following events:
Previous editions of CICLOPS have taken place in Paphos, Cyprus (2001), Copenhagen, Denmark (2002), Mumbai, India (2003), Saint Malo, France (2004), Sitges, Spain (2005), Seattle, Washington, USA (2006), Porto, Portugal (2007), Udine, Italy (2008), Pasadena, California, USA (2009), Lexington, Kentucky, USA (2011), Budapest, Hungary (2012), Istanbul, Turkey (2013), and Vienna, Austria (2014).
|Michael Hanus||CAU Kiel|
|Jose F. Morales||IMDEA Software Institute (chair)|
|Paulo Moura||CRACS & INESC TEC|
|Joachim Schimpf||Coninfer Ltd|
|David Schneider||Heinrich Heine University Düsseldorf|
|Tom Schrijvers||KU Leuven|
|Nataliia Stulova||IMDEA Software Institute (chair)|
|Theresa Swift||NOVALINKS, Universidade Nova de Lisboa|
|Tuncay Tekle||Stony Brook University|
|Jan Wielemaker||VU University Amsterdam|
|Neng-Fa Zhou||CUNY Brooklyn College and Graduate Center|