Since 1969, the ARITH symposia have served as the primary and reference conference for presenting scientific work on the latest research in computer arithmetic. The topics of the conference include theoretical aspects, number systems, algorithms for operations and math functions, implementations, validation, and applications of computer arithmetic. Since 1981, the ARITH symposia have been a biennial event. They will be an annual event starting from 2015. See the archives page for more information on previous symposia.
This 22nd edition of the conference will take place from Monday, June 22nd, to Wednesday, June 24th, 2015, at École Normale Supérieure de Lyon, France.
Invited speakers: John Gustafson, Jacques Laskar, and Christine Proust.
|Abstract submission deadline||Nov. 9, 2014|
|Paper submission deadline||Nov. 19, 2014|
|Acceptance notification||Feb. 28, 2015|
|Deadline for uploading final version of conditionally accepted papers on Easychair||Mar. 23, 2015 (*)|
|Deadline for uploading final version of accepted papers on Easychair||Apr. 3, 2015|
|Deadline for uploading final version of conditionally accepted papers on the IEEE conf. publishing website (**) (***)||Apr. 10, 2015|
|Deadline for uploading final version of accepted papers on the IEEE conf. publishing website (**)||Apr. 10, 2015|
(*) Midnight, Paris time.
(**) The link will be given to the authors upon acceptance of the paper. These are hard deadlines: papers not uploaded at that time may not appear in the proceedings. Notice that you have to upload your papers to both Easychair and the IEEE conf. publishing website: there is no automated transmission from one site to the other one.
(***) For conditionally accepted papers, please wait for notification of final acceptance before uploading your paper to the IEEE conf. publishing website.
The AriC team of the LIP laboratory organizes post-ARITH tutorials on computer arithmetic-related topics on Thursday, June 25th. Attendance is free. See the program.
For organizational purposes, in particular because the amphitheater can host at most 70 attendees, registration for the post-ARITH tutorials is free but mandatory.