Communicating Process Architectures 2018
CPA runs in a single track over two and a half days, with space for approximately 20-25 half-hour presentations. In addition, two evening Fringe sessions provide a forum for presenting and discussing new ideas and/or work in progress. We are also calling for workshop proposals, following their successful introduction in 2014 and use in 2015, 2016, and 2017. A limited number of bursaries will be available to support PhD students attending the conference – details are on the registration page.
For details on the conference accomodation see the accomodation section of the registration page. See the location page for conference venues.
To find out how to submit to CPA, see the Information for Authors.
To find out what's happening this year, see the Programme.
For details of how to register, see Registration.
The organising and review committees can be found here.
The CPA 2018 proceedings will be published by IOS Press. Authors retain copyright on their papers, shared with the publishers. This means that authors have the right to reuse any material from these papers in future publications (e.g. in extended revisions for journals).
If you have any questions about the conference, please contact us at email@example.com. We look forward to seeing you in Dresden, Germany in August for our 40th anniversary conference!
|Paper submission:||June 15, 2018|
|Notification of acceptance:||July 25, 2018|
|Final revised CRC due:||August 1, 2018|
|Author registration:||August 1, 2018|
|Conference:||August 19 (evening) - 22 (lunchtime) , 2018|
In order for your CRC to appear in the proceedings, at least one author must register for the conference by August 1, 2018.
The CPA Conference Series
The primary theme of the CPA conference series is concurrency — at all levels of granularity, in both software and hardware. The CPA conference series aims to bridge the gap between the mathematical theory of concurrency, using process algebras such as CSP to model and analyse complex concurrent systems, and the practice of parallel software engineering, building efficient, reliable software for embedded, multicore and distributed computing systems.
See the conference pages for links to the web pages for conferences in this series back to 1984. Papers from the Proceedings are archived in the WoTUG Paper Database.