WORDS 2015 in Kiel - Call for Participation

10th International Conference on WORDS 2015 (the main conference dedicated to the study of combinatorics on words) takes place in Kiel from September 14 to September 17, 2015. We invite everyone who is interested in the topics and program of WORDS 2015 to register for the conference. More details are given below.

Starting Date of the Conference: September 14, 2pm.
Ending Date of the Conference: September 17, 5pm

IMPORTANT INFORMATION is to be found at the following links:
Registration Web-site, Information for Participants, Local Info.

Invited Speakers:
Jörg Endrullis (Amsterdam), Markus Lohrey (Siegen), Jean Néraud (Rouen), Dominique Perrin (Paris), Michaël Rao (Lyon), Thomas Stoll (Nancy).
See also the list of contributed talks as well as the tentative schedule (a more detailed schedule will be published soon).
In the first day of the conference, an Open Problems (in Combinatorics on Words and Stringology) session will also be organized.

The social program of the conference includes an excursion and the conference dinner (supported by the organizers), as well as a couple of informal dinners.

About WORDS:
WORDS is a biannual international conference covering the mathematical theory of words (sequences of symbols) from all points of view: combinatorial, algebraic, algorithmic, as well as its applications to biology, linguistics, physics, and others. The previous WORDS conferences have taken place in Rouen (1997, 1999), Palermo (2001), Turku (2003, 2013), Montreal (2005), Marseille (2007), Salerno (2009), Prague (2011). This year we celebrate the 10th edition of WORDS.

A refereed proceedings volume, including extended abstracts of the invited talks as well as original contributions, that fulfil the high quality standards required by a formal publication in computer science, will be published in Springer's Lecture Notes in Computer Science series. In addition, a local proceedings volume will be published, including, in the spirit of mathematics conferences, a series of less formal contributions informing on current research and work in progress.

The PROGRAM COMMITTEE, that selected the talks to be presented at the conference, consists of: Maxime Crochemore (London), Juhani Karhumäki (Turku), Dirk Nowotka (Kiel - chair), Stepan Holub (Prague), Antonio Restivo (Palermo), Manfred Kufleitner (Stuttgart), Gad Landau (Haifa), Michel Rigo (Liege), James Currie (Winnipeg), Mikhail V. Volkov (Ekaterinburg), Wojciech Plandowski (Warsaw), Luca Zamboni (Lyon).

QUESTIONS regarding the conference can be addressed to the organizers (Dirk Nowotka, Florin Manea) via E-mail: