Registration of attendees
|Fee and eligibility||Price||Notes|
|Conference fee – author presenting paper remotely||CZK 1000||(proceedings, delivery)|
|Conference fee – author presenting paper in person||CZK 2700||(proceedings, refreshment, social event, conference dinner)|
|Visitor – remote||Free of charge|
|Visitor – in person||CZK 1700||(refreshment, social event, conference dinner)|
|Accompanying person||Yet to be specified||(social event, conference dinner)|
If your bank cannot sent the amount in CZK, you can use EUR 38 for the registration fee of CZK 1000 and EUR 64 for the fee of CZK 1700.
Those not sure to be able to come to Prague can pay the amount of CZK 1700 in cash on site. However, please let us know you plan to come in person.The registration fee should be sent by money transfer to the following account:
||Ceska informaticka spolecnost
||Spalena 51,110 00, Praha 1, Czech Republic
||CZ34 0100 0000 0000 4293 0011
||KOMBCZPPxxx (11 characters variant) or KOMBCZPP (8 characters variant)
|Bank Transfer Fee:
||Non-EU attendees should pay the transfer costs. For EU attendees, SEPA transfer is the preferred way. If unsure, please ask at your bank.
||name(s) of person(s) the fee is payed for
Your receipt of the registration fee payment will be available at the conference site or sent to you with proceedings. We are sorry we cannot accept payments via credit card.
PSC 2020 is the 24th Stringology conference. It is an international conference focusing on stringology and related areas. It is organized annually by the Prague Stringology Club, a research group in the Department of Theoretical Computer Science at the Faculty of Information Technology, Czech Technical University in Prague. The proceedings of recent conferences are indexed in DBLP, Scopus, and Web of Science of Thomson Reuters.
Stringology is a part of algorithmic research that deals with the processing of text strings. It has existed for at least thirty years and developed into a respected subfield of its own. The last twenty years have produced an explosion of new results. This progress is due in part to the human genome effort, an area to which string algorithms can make important contributions. String processing extended into tree processing is called arbology.The topics of the conference include but are not limited to:
The Organizing Committee (OC) of PSC 2020 is closely following the situation regarding COVID-19 and it will take appropriate measures if and when needed. At the beginning, being full of optimism, the OC decided to organize PSC 2020 in a combination of online and present forms. The current situations shows there can be present attendees. However, it is everybody's responsibility to attend in person or online.
Authors of accepted papers are required to submit full source codes of their papers (up to 15 pages, A4 page format). Please, follow submission instructions, EasyChair cannot be used.
If you have any problems/questions on submissions, please contact the editors at (pscᏍstringology.org).
For their final version, the papers are required to be prepared using PSC LaTeX style available at http://www.stringology.org/pscproc2.
There are several hotels in Dejvice quarter (Hotel Diplomat, Hotel DAP, Hotel International Prague just to mention a few).
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PSC 2020 was preceded by Prague Stringology Workshops in 1996-2000 and by Prague Stringology Conferences starting from 2001. Each year proceedings are prepared for the conference. They are published by Czech Technical University in Prague and are also available from the PSC web pages. Selected papers from the later workshops were also published in a special issue of the journal Kybernetika (IF in 2009 was 0.445). Selected papers from the 2002-2006, 2008 conferences were then published in the Nordic Journal of Computing, Journal of Automata, Languages and Combinatorics, International Journal of Foundations of Computer Science (IF in 2013 was 0.326), and Discrete Applied Mathematics (IF in 2013 was 0.677).
Last modified: Jul 13 2020, Jan Holub