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The 34th International Symposium on Algorithms and Computation (ISAAC 2023) will be held in Kyoto, Japan on December 3–6, 2023. In this year, all the accepted papers are expected to be presented on-site by some of the authors.
|Edith Elkind||(University of Oxford, UK)|
|Seok-Hee Hong||(University of Sydney, Australia)|
Submission deadline: June 30, 2023 (Anywhere on Earth) Notification of acceptance: September 4, 2023
- Camera-ready version deadline: September 30, 2023
Call for PapersLink
Accepted Paper ListLink
- The hotel is close to Kyoto Station (2–3 minutes walk).
- There are several other options of accomodations nearby, e.g.,
- We strongly recommend you to make a reservation early, bacause late November is usually a high season for autumn leaves.
Access (to Kyoto Station)
- Limousine bus: Approx. 90 minutes; roughly 1 bus in every 20 minutes between 7am and 10pm; one-way 2,600 JPY, round-trip 4,600 JPY.
- JR Limited Express "Haruka": Approx. 80–100 minutes; roughly 1 train in every 30 minutes between 7am and 10pm; approx. 3,000–4,000 JPY.
- Local train: Approx. 120–140 minutes with several transfers (many possible routes); less than 2,000 JPY (depending on the route); you may find your favorite route here.
- Limousine bus: Approx. 50 minutes; roughly 1 bus in every 20 minutes between 8am and 9pm; one-way 1,340 JPY.
- Local train: Approx. 60–80 minutes with several transfers (many possible routes); less than 1,000 JPY (depending on the route); you may find your favorite route here.
From Tokyo Station
- Tokaido Shinkansen "Nozomi": Approx. 130–140 minutes; roughly 1 train in every 10 minutes between 6am and 9pm; approx. 13,000–18,000 JPY.
- From Tokyo International (Haneda) Airport (HND): Take on Keikyu-line to Shinagawa Station (approx. 20 minutes, 300 JPY), and change to Tokaido Shinkansen (Shinagawa is next to Tokyo).
- From Narita International Airport (NRT): Take on Limousine bus or local train to Tokyo Station (approx. 50–100 minutes, 1,000–3,000 JPY), and change to Tokaido Shinkansen.
- The registration is here, which opens on 0:00, Sep. 1 (AoE).
- For every accepted paper, at least one of the authors must be registered.
- The registration fee is the following, which includes
- welcome reception (Dec. 3),
- three lunches (Dec. 4–6), and
- banquet (Dec. 5).
Regular Student Early Bird (until Oct. 15 (AoE)) 56,000 JPY (approx. 400 USD) 42,000 JPY (approx. 300 USD) Late 70,000 JPY (approx. 500 USD) 56,000 JPY (approx. 400 USD)
|Shin-ichi Minato||(Kyoto University)|
|Hee-Kap Ahn||(POSTECH, Korea)|
|Hyung-Chan An||(Yonsei University, Korea)|
|Kevin Buchin||(Technische Universität Dortmund, Germany)|
|Yixin Cao||(Hong Kong Polytechnic University, China)|
|T-H. Hubert Chan||(University of Hong Kong, China)|
|Karthekeyan Chandrasekaran||(University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign, USA)|
|Zhiyi Huang||(University of Hong Kong, China)|
|Ayumi Igarashi||(University of Tokyo, Japan)|
|Takehiro Ito||(Tohoku University, Japan)|
|Satoru Iwata||(University of Tokyo & Hokkaido University, Japan; Chair)|
|Taisuke Izumi||(Osaka University, Japan)|
|Naonori Kakimura||(Keio University, Japan)|
|Michael Lampis||(University Paris Dauphine, France)|
|Euiwoong Lee||(University of Michigan, USA)|
|Yi Li||(Nanyang Technological University, Singapore)|
|Chung-Shou Liao||(National Tsing Hua University, Taiwan)|
|Julian Mestre||(University of Sydney, Australia)|
|Frédéric Meunier||(École des Ponts, France)|
|Wolfgang Mulzer||(Freie Universität Berlin, Germany)|
|Petra Mutzel||(University of Bonn, Germany)|
|Alantha Newman||(Université Grenoble Alpes, France)|
|Harumichi Nishimura||(Nagoya University, Japan)|
|Eunjin Oh||(POSTECH, Korea)|
|Laura Sanitá||(Bocconi University, Italy)|
|Gregory Schwartzman||(JAIST, Japan)|
|Kavitha Telikepalli||(Tata Institute of Fundamental Research, India)|
|Seeun William Umboh||(The University of Melbourne, Australia)|
|Chunhao Wang||(Pennsylvania State University, USA)|
|Anthony Wirth||(The University of Melbourne, Australia)|
|Wei Xu||(Tsinghua University, China)|
|Yu Yokoi||(Tokyo Institute of Technology, Japan)|
|Yuki Amano||(Chuo University)|
|Kazuya Haraguchi||(Kyoto University)|
|Yuya Higashikawa||(University of Hyogo)|
|Yuni Iwamasa||(Kyoto University)|
|Jun Kawahara||(Kyoto University)|
|Akitoshi Kawamura||(Kyoto University)|
|Yusuke Kobayashi||(Kyoto University)|
|Ryoga Mahara||(University of Tokyo)|
|Kazuhisa Makino||(Kyoto University; Chair)|
|Hanna Sumita||(Tokyo Institute of Technology)|
|Yutaro Yamaguchi||(Osaka University)|
Code of Conduct
The open exchange of ideas and the freedom of thought and expression are central to the aims and goals of ISAAC. These require an environment that recognizes the inherent worth of every person and group, that fosters dignity, understanding, and mutual respect, and that embraces diversity. ISAAC is committed to providing an environment that is free of discrimination and harassment, and expects all participants to honor that commitment.
If you experience or witness discrimination, harassment or other unethical behavior at the conference, we encourage you to seek advice and remedy through the following option:
Report to the conference chair, the PC chairs or the Steering Committee chair. The chairs are entitled to remove registered participants from the conference (without refunding the conference fees) if they are deemed to pose an ethical risk to other participants.
Algorithmic Foundations for Social Advancement (AFSA)
Grant-in-Aid for Transformative Research Areas, MEXT, Japan
The Telecommunications Advancement Foundation
Technical Committee on Theoretical Foundations of Computing (COMP), IEICE
Special Interest Group on Algorithms (SIGAL), IPSJ
E-mail: isaac2023kyoto [at] gmail.com