Call For Papers.

A Conference in Honor of Jean Della Dora.

Facultad de Ciencias, Universidad de Granada, Spain, 24 - 26 April, 2006.

Important Dates:



A conference in honor of Jean Della Dora will be held next year at the University of Granada (Spain) from the 24th to the 26th of April 2006, a few weeks after his 60th birthday. In order to acknowledge the many innovative contributions of Jean, this event will be called "Transgressive Computing 2006".


The presentations will include invited and contributed talks which topics comprise, but are not limited to, the various research interests of Jean; among those: Computer Algebra, Differential Equations, Padé Approximants, Parallel Computing, Linear Algebra, Complexity Theory, Dynamical Systems, Hybrid Systems, Complex Networks, Optimal Control, Algorithmic Number Theory and Cryptology, Programming Languages and Categorical Semantics, Open Software and Applications of the previous topics to Biology, Environment, Physics, DNA Computing, Genetics, Robotics, Automatics, etc.

Invited Speakers:


Authors are invited to submit an extended abstract of at least 4 pages or a full paper of at most 16 pages in LaTeX 11pt article size. This submitted article can be written in English, French or Spanish but must include in any case English versions of the title and abstract. LaTeX templates in each of the three languages are available at the submission section..

Original research results and insightful analysis of current concerns are solicited for submission. Submissions must not substantially duplicate work published or submitted for publication elsewhere. Late submissions will be rejected. Papers will be reviewed by the program committee and additional referees. Proceedings will be distributed at the symposium. Electronic submission is mandatory and the submission web page is Each submission should have an abstract as well as an introductory section that: describes the problem, motivates the study of the problem, states the main results and compares them to other work (including theoretical or empirical performance) and summarizes the original aspects of the contribution. Authors of accepted papers are expected to present their work at the symposium, or to make arrangements to have it presented.