The 40th Annual Conference of the Society for Computer Science in Leipzig
The 40th Annual Conference of the Society for Computer Science (GI) takes place from 27th September until 2nd October 2010 in Leipzig. Workshops, panels and other events will be held from Tuesday, 28th September 2010, until Thursday, 30th September 2010. Tutorials as well as the graduate programme will complement this conference on Monday and Friday.
Experts from science and industry will give a thorough overview on the most important new trends around the conference's topic of Service Science – New Perspectives for Computer Science. The focus will be on the „E-Humanities“ as a link between applied informatics and the humanities. The highlight on Wednesday, 29th September 2010, will be the Computer Science Day with invited talks on the conference's topic. Likewise, the 100th birthday of Konrad Zuse, the co-inventor of the first modern computer, will be honoured through talks and an exhibition.
Workshop proposals should be handed in by 10th January 2010.
Further information can be found at the Society's website for the annual conference.
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