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@ 2019-07-24  3:57 geoff
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The 2019 editions of FroCoS (the 12th International Symposium on Frontiers of 
Combining Systems) and TABLEAUX (the 28th International Conference on Automated 
Reasoning with Analytic Tableaux and Related Methods), as well as their 
affiliated workshops and tutorials will take place in London, at Middlesex 
University, in the week of September 2-6.

This year we have an exciting program of contributed and invited talks, and 
affiliated events. Please see
    https://tableaux2019.org/Program_FroCoS_TABLEAUX_2019.pdf
for detailed program information. Moreover, information on traveling and 
accommodation (including affordable accommodation for budget-constrained 
participants), and on the sites and activities that can be enjoyed in the 
Middlesex University's beautiful campus, is available from the conferences' 
websites:
    https://frocos2019.org  and  https://tableaux2019.org

Information on registration and fees is also available from these websites. The 
deadline for early registration is August 21st, 2019.

INVITED TALKS
* Jeremy Avigad. Automated Reasoning for the Working Mathematician
* Maria Paola Bonacina. Conflict-Driven Reasoning in Unions of Theories
* Stephane Graham-Lengrand. Recent and Ongoing Developments of Model-Constructing Satisfiability
* Stephane Graham-Lengrand and Sara Negri. Remembering Roy Dyckhoff
* Uli Sattler. Modularity and Automated Reasoning in Description Logics

AFFILIATED WORKSHPS
* The 25th Workshop on Automated Reasoning (ARW 2019), organized by Alexander Bolotov and Florian Kammueller
* Journeys in Computational Logic: Tributes to Roy Dyckhoff, organized by Stephane Graham-Lengrand, Ekaterina Komendantskaya and Mehrnoosh Sadrzadeh

AFFILIATED TUTORIALS
* Formalising Concurrent Computation: CLF, Celf, and Applications by Sonia Marin, Giselle Reis and Iliano Cervesato
* How to Build an Automated Theorem Prover---An Introductory Tutorial (invited TABLEAUX tutorial) by Jens Otten.

For any questions, please contact the organizers at chair@tableaux2019.org or chair@frocos2019.org. We hope to see many of you this September in London.

Best wishes,
Serenella Cerrito, Andreas Herzig, Andrei Popescu and Franco Raimondi
(program chairs and local organizers)

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