The third Asian Computing Science Conferences, ASIAN'97, will be held in Kathmandu on December 9-12, 1997 at the Hotel Yak & Yeti.
The series of annual Asian Computing Science Conferences (ASIAN for short) was started in 1995 to provide a forum for researchers in computer science from the Asian region and to promote interaction with researchers from other regions.
The first conference was held in Bangkok, organized by the Asian Institute of Technology. The second conference, ASIAN'96, was held in Singapore, organized by National University of Singapore. Both were held in partnership with INRIA, France, and the UNU/IIST, Macau. The proceedings were published as Lecture Notes in Computer Science 1023 and 1179 from Springer-Verlag. Their scope was a broad coverage of Computer Science, though there was a focus on the more conceptual areas of algorithms, programming, concurrency and parallelism, networking and security.
The 1997 conference will continue to emphasize the conceptual areas of Computer Science, though papers in all areas will be considered. The following themes represent the areas of focus for this year:
The 10th Asian School on Computer Science, organized by AIT and INRIA, will be held in Kathmandu during December 5-8. Details will be made available at http://www.cs.ait.ac.th/school97.
Following the main ASIAN'97 conference held on December 9--11, two half-day workshops will be held on December 12 morning. They are:
The registration form is available from the conference web page. Registration by email with a followup by fax to the registration office is preferable. The DEADLINE of early registration is November 15.
NOTE: Flights to and from Kathmandu should be reserved as EARLY AS POSSIBLE. In case you have problem in getting your reservation, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org for assistance.