Track 5. Theory and Algorithms

Track 5. Theory and Algorithms

Chairs

* Chryssis Georgiou, University of Cyprus, Cyprus
* Christos Kaklamanis, University of Patras, Greece

Focus

● Theoretical foundations, models, and complexity issues
● Emerging paradigms for parallel and distributed computation
● Lower bounds
● Approximation and randomized algorithms
● Design, analysis and engineering of distributed and parallel algorithms
● Data structures for parallel and distributed algorithms
● Algorithms for combinatorial and graph problems
● Algorithms and models for big Data/Data-intensive computing
● Learning and mining algorithms
● Algorithms for routing and information dissemination in communication networks
● Algorithms for social networks
● Fault tolerant and self-stabilizing algorithms
● Power/energy-efficient algorithms
● Algorithms for distributed computing
● Algorithms and principles of distributed ledgers (blockchains)
● Algorithms for cloud and edge computing
● Algorithmic game theory related to parallel and distributed systems
● Theoretical aspects of dependable, secure and privacy-preserving distributed systems