[FOM] Formal Mathematics for Mathematicians Workshop 2015

Adam Naumowicz adamn at math.uwb.edu.pl
Wed May 27 15:55:38 EDT 2015

         Call for extended abstracts and demonstrations
          Formal Mathematics for Mathematicians Workshop 2015

      at the Conference on Intelligent Computer Mathematics
                       Washington DC, USA
                between 13th -- 17th of July 2015
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FMM is a new workshop affiliated with CICM 2015 intended to gather together mathematicians 
interested in computer assistance and researchers in formal and computer-understandable 
mathematics. The successful development of computerized formal mathematics and its general 
availability very much depends on the feedback that the formalized mathematics developers 
can obtain from the community of working mathematicians. This workshop's main objective 
is therefore to explore ways of building synergy between the two communities.

Over the last decades, we have witnessed a number of successful instances of 
computer-assisted formalization of mathematical problems. Research in this field 
has been boosted by the development of systems for practical formalization of mathematics 
(proof assistants), the creation of large repositories of computer-verified formal 
mathematics, and integration of interactive and automated methods of theorem proving. 
We would like to enable participants representing a possibly wide spectrum of formalization systems
share their experiences, case studies and success stories, as well as their expectations for future
development of formal mathematics.


    - formalization of challenging mathematical problems,
    - interactive and automated theorem proving,
    - development of proof assistants,
    - design of proof languages and techniques,
    - repositories of formalized mathematics,
    - semantic representation of mathematical knowledge,
    - formal tools in program verification,
    - foundations and philosophy of mathematics,
    - proof assistants in education.


We welcome submission of extended abstracts and demonstration proposals
presenting work related to the workshop's points of interest. 
Electronic submission is done through EasyChair

Extended abstracts and demonstration proposals should be no more than 4 pages 
formatted in LaTeX according to requirements of Springer's LNCS series 

 	  DEADLINE for submissions: June 10th 2015.

The submissions will be reviewed by the international
programme committee whose comments and recommendations will be
sent back by June 20th requesting a final version no later than
June 30th.

At least one author of each accepted extended abstract/demonstration proposal 
is expected to attend FMM and presents his/her extended abstract/demonstration. 
The extended abstracts will be made available online.


    - Jesse Alama, Technical University of Vienna, Austria
    - Marco Caminati, University of Birmingham, UK
    - Claudio Sacerdoti Coen, University of Bologna, Italy
    - Adam Grabowski, University of Bialystok, Poland
    - John Harrison, Intel, USA
    - Artur Kornilowicz, University of Bialystok, Poland
    - Krystyna Kuperberg, Auburn University, USA
    - Adam Naumowicz, University of Bialystok, Poland
    - Josef Urban, Radboud University, The Netherlands
    - Freek Wiedijk, Radboud University, The Netherlands

For inquiries please contact: Adam Naumowicz, adamn at math.uwb.edu.pl

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