The 16th International Conference on Graph Transformation (ICGT 2023) will be held in Leicester, UK, as part of STAF 2023 (Software Technologies: Applications and Foundations). The conference takes place under the auspices of EASST, EATCS, and IFIP WG 1.3.
The use of graphs and graph-like structures as a formalism for specification and modelling is widespread in all areas of computer science as well as in many fields of computational research and engineering. Relevant examples include software architectures, pointer structures, state space and control/data flow graphs, UML and other domain-specific models, network layouts, topologies of cyber-physical environments, quantum computing and molecular structures. Often, these graphs undergo dynamic change, ranging from reconfiguration and evolution to various kinds of behaviour, all of which may be captured by rule-based graph manipulation. Thus, graphs and graph transformation form a fundamental universal modelling paradigm that serves as a means for formal reasoning and analysis, ranging from the verification of certain properties of interest to the discovery of fundamentally new insights.
ICGT aims at fostering exchange and collaboration of researchers from different backgrounds working with graphs and graph transformation, either in contributing to their theoretical foundations or by applying established formalisms to classical or novel areas. The conference not only serves as a well-established scientific publication outlet, but also as a platform to boost inter- and intra-disciplinary research and to leeway for new ideas.
- Mon 17 Jul 2023 by Chris Poskitt
ICGT'23 Proceedings Now Online
Springer have now published the ICGT’23 proceedings as LNCS vol. 13961.
They are providing 4 weeks of free access to conference participants. This can be activated by clicking the link on the page below:
Looking forward to seeing you at ICGT!
- Fri 2 Jun 2023 by Chris Poskitt
The ICGT’23 programme is now online – we are looking forward to seeing your talks in-person this July! Please be sure to register before the early-bird deadline (14th June) if you haven’t done so already.