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FLoC Workshop on Proof Complexity

31 Jul - 1 Aug 2022
Haifa, Israel

FLoC workshop on proof complexity - Call for Presentations

Haifa, 31 July -- 1 August 2022

The workshop will be part of FLoC and will be affiliated with the
conference SAT'22.

=== Important Dates ===

10 May 2022 .................... Abstract submission
15 June 2022 ................... Notification to authors
31 July -- 1 August 2022 ....... Workshop in Haifa

=== Scope ===

Proof complexity is the study of the complexity of theorem proving
procedures. The central question in proof complexity is: given a
theorem F (e.g. a propositional tautology) and a proof system P (i.e.,
a formalism usually comprised of axioms and rules), what is the size of
the smallest proof of F in the system P?  Moreover, how difficult is it
to construct a small proof? Many ingenious techniques have been
developed to try to answer these questions, which bare tight relations
to intricate theoretical open problems from computational complexity
(such as the celebrated P vs. NP problem), mathematical logic (e.g.
separating theories of Bounded Arithmetic) as well as to practical
problems in SAT/QBF solving.

=== Invited Speakers ===


=== Submissions ===

We welcome 1-2-page abstracts presenting (finished, ongoing, or if
clearly stated even recently published) work on proof complexity.
Particular topics of interest are

  *  Proof Complexity
  *  Bounded Arithmetic
  *  Relations to SAT/QBF solving
  *  Relations to Computational Complexity

=== Submission Guidelines ===

Abstracts are invited of ongoing, finished, or (if clearly stated) even
recently published work on a topic relevant to the workshop.

The abstracts will appear in electronic pre-proceedings that will be
distributed at the meeting.

Abstracts (at most 2 pages, in LNCS style) are to be submitted
electronically in PDF via EasyChair


Accepted communications must be presented at the workshop by one of the

=== Program Committee ===

  * Olaf Beyersdorff (Friedrich-Schiller-Universität Jena)
  * Susanna de Rezende (Lund University)
  * Jan Johannsen (Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität München)
  * Ján Pich (University of Oxford)
  * Robert Robere (McGill University)
  * Friedrich Slivovsky (TU Vienna)
  * Marc Vinyals

=== Organizers ===

  * Olaf Beyersdorff (Friedrich-Schiller-Universität Jena)
  * Jan Johannsen (Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität München)
  * Marc Vinyals
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