The International Frontiers of Algorithmics Workshop (FAW) provides a focused forum on current trends of research on algorithms, discrete structures, operation research, combinatorial optimization and their applications, and will bring together international experts at the research frontiers in these areas to exchange ideas and to present significant new results.

Interesting new results in all areas of algorithmics, operation research and combinatorial optimization and their applications are welcome. In addition to theoretical work, we are also interested in results that report on experimental and applied research of general algorithmic interest. Special considerations will be given to algorithmic research that is motivated by real-world applications. FAW 2019 will be hosted at the Tsinghua Sanya International Mathematics Forum (TSIMF) from April 29 to May 3, 2019.

Now the proceedings are online.

Important Dates

Titles and Short Abstracts Due December 28, 2018 (optional)
Full Papers Due January 7, 2019 (AoE)
Author Notification February 18, 2019
Final Versions Due for Proceedings February 25, 2019
Conference April 29 – May 3, 2019

Program Committee

Jin-Yi Cai (Wisconsin)
Yixin Cao (HKPolyU)
Xujin Chen (AMSS)
Yijia Chen (Fudan) co-chair
Yukun Cheng (USTS)
Xiaotie Deng (Peking) co-chair
Hu Ding (USTC)
Ran Duan (Tsinghua)
Modecai Golin (HKUST)
Heng Guo (Edinburgh)
Piotr Krysta (Liverpool)
Zhiyi Huang (HKU)
Kazuo Iwama (Kyoto)
Jian Li (Tsinghua)
Minming Li (HKCityU)
Shimin Li (Winona)
Bingkai Lin (NII)
Tian Liu (Peking)
Pinyan Lu (SUFE)
Mei Lu (Tsinghua) co-chair
Pan Peng (Sheffield)
Richard Peng (Gatech)
Dominik Scheder (SJTU)
Haitao Wang (Utah)
Mingji Xia (ISCAS)
Deshi Ye (Zhejiang)
Yang Yuan (MIT)
Binhai Zhu (Montana)

Instructions to Authors

All submissions will be electronic via EasyChair, and the submission server is now available at https://easychair.org/conferences/?conf=faw2019. Submissions must adhere to the following guidelines: Papers must be formatted using the LNCS style file without altering margins or the font point. A submission should not exceed 12 pages, including references, but excluding the optional appendix. Proofs omitted due to space constraints must be placed in an appendix to be read by the program committee members at their discretion. Papers that deviate from these guidelines risk being rejected without consideration of their merits. The proceedings of the Conference will be published by Springer-Verlag in the Lecture Notes in Computer Science (LNCS) series, and will be available for distribution at the conference.