This is an annual conference that deals with computational complexity broadly defined. It is usually held sometime between mid-May and mid-July and somewhere in North America or Europe. A call-for-papers is issued each summer by August 1st. Among the topics considered in the scope of the conference are:
This conference is sponsored by the IEEE Computer Society Technical Committee on Mathematical Foundations of Computing. The conference is overseen by a conference committee. Each year a program committee selects papers to be presented at the conference.
The previous web site for the conference was maintained by Luc Longpre, the immediate past publicity chair.
The IEEE has posted many of the articles from the proceedings of the third through tenth conferences (1988 to 1995) and from the proceedings of the eleventh through twenty-second conferences (1996 to 2007). There are bibliographies for all but the 2nd and 3rd conferences at the DBLP site of the University of Trier.
Other places to find published work on computational complexity include:
Other links of interest include:
Calls for papers and other documents from the past few conferences are available above.
The conference charter (PDF and Microsoft Word format) was voted on and approved at the business meeting of the 2002 conference in Montréal.
For many years the conference issued a booklet of research abstracts which were available electronically a week before the conference. This practice has been discontinued because so much current work is now available on the Internet. For the last few years, Steve Fenner created the booklet and he still maintains the abstracts web site, where one can download past years' booklets.
The 2009 conference will be held in France.
A visa to France is waived in many cases, including for citizens of the
countries of the Schengen Agreement, United States, Canada, Israel, and Japan.
However, it is mandatory in other cases, for example, for citizens of mainland
China and India. Please visit this
site for all the necessary information. If a visa is needed, we recommend
that people get in touch with their local French consulate as soon as possible
to see what the local procedure is.
This website is maintained by John Rogers,
School of Computing,
Last update: Friday, December 12th, 2008. This page will not be updated again. It has been superceded by the new site.