Call for Papers
                    formal papers - doctoral programme

         16th Conference on Intelligent Computer Mathematics
      	                    - CICM 2023 -
                        4–8 September 2023
             Emmanuel College, Cambridge, UK (hybrid event)


Digital and computational solutions are becoming the prevalent means
for the generation, communication, processing, storage and curation of
mathematical information.

CICM brings together the many separate communities that have developed
theoretical and practical solutions for mathematical applications such
as computation, deduction, knowledge management, and user interfaces.
It offers a venue for discussing problems and solutions in each of
these areas and their integration.

*** CICM 2023 Invited Speakers ***

*** CICM 2023 Programme committee ***

CICM 2023 invites submissions in all topics relating to intelligent
computer mathematics, in particular but not limited to

* theorem proving and computer algebra
* mathematical knowledge management
* digital mathematical libraries

CICM appreciates the varying nature of the relevant research in this
area and invites submissions of different forms.

Formal submissions will be reviewed rigorously and accepted papers
will be published in a formal way:

   * regular papers (up to 15 pages including references) present
     novel research results
   * project and survey papers (up to 15 pages + bibliography)
     summarize existing results
   * system and dataset descriptions (up to 5 pages including
     references) present digital artifacts
   * system entry (1 page according to the given LaTeX template)
     provides metadata and a quick overview of a new tool or a new
     release of an existing tool

Participants of CICM benefit a lot from the exchange with colleagues.
In order to foster this we will provide at the conference an
opportunity to make informal presentations (using posters or laptops)
of work-in-progress, project announcements, position statements, and
system demonstrations. Authors of system and dataset descriptions and
system entries are strongly encouraged to take up this opportunity and
give interested colleagues an in depth impression of their work.

At the conference, the PC chairs will reveal the submission selected
as the CICM 2023 Best Paper.

*** Doctoral Programme ***

PhD students are invited to participate in the doctoral programme,
which provides them with a forum to present early results and receive
constructive feedback and mentoring. To attend, submit a two-page
abstract of the thesis describing the research questions, research
plans, completed and remaining research, evaluation plans and
publication plans; a two-page CV that includes background information
(name, university, supervisor), education (degree sought, year/status
of degree, previous degrees), employments, relevant research
experience (publications, presentations, attended conferences or
workshops, etc).

*** Participation / Hybrid Event ***

CICM 2023 will be held as an hybrid event, participation is possible
online or on-site. Authors of accepted papers can choose to present
online or on-site, but at least one author needs to register for the

*** Important Dates ***

- Abstract deadline:          27 March     2023
- Full paper deadline:         3 April     2023
- Reviews sent to authors:     2 May       2023
- Rebuttals due:               6 May       2023
- Notification of acceptance: 13 May       2023
- Camera-ready copies due:     5 June      2023 
- Conference:                4–8 September 2023

Submissions to the doctoral programme

- Submission deadline:        30 June      2023 
- Notification of acceptance: 14 July      2023

All submissions should be made via EasyChair at

CICM 2023 will have proceedings in form of a volume in the Springer
LNAI series, using the LNCS style.

For the LNCS style files, see: