Main Conference: 29 June – 02 July, 2021
Workshops: 27 June and 28 June, 2021
Titles and Short Abstracts Due: 20 January, 2021
Full Papers Due: 25 January, 2021
Author Response Period: 10-14 March, 2021
Author Notification: 31 March, 2021
The local host of the conference will be the Università di Roma “La Sapienza” and the hosting department will be the Dipartimento di Informatica (https://www.uniroma1.it/en/pagina-strutturale/home and https://www.di.uniroma1.it/en, respectively).
With over 700 years of history, 112,000 students, 4000 teachers and 2000 employees, technicians and librarians, in addition to 2000 administrative staff in university hospitals, Sapienza is the first university in Europe. Our mission is to contribute to the development of a knowledge society through research, excellence, quality education and international cooperation. The world’s leading university rankings place Sapienza at the top of Italian universities for quality of research, education and international dimension; moreover, Sapienza excels and leads as a benchmark in many subject areas.
The Department of Computer Science
Founded on January 1, 1992 under the initiative of a group of professors from the Department of Mathematics “Guido Castelnuovo” with backgrounds from a variety of fields such as physics, engineering, and mathematics, the department is set on building upon the scientific and mathematical backgrounds of the founders. The department became the first center in greater Rome dedicated to the study of theoretical and applied computer science and today is a reference point for well-prepared students to jump into the evolving field of Information and Communications Technology.
The department is internationally recognized as a center of excellence in many of the most important current areas of research in Computer Science.
Rome, Italy will be the host city and country for LICS 2021. Rome offers many advantages as a location. It is readily accessible -at affordable prices- internationally and directly from all major European air hubs (e.g. London, Frankfurt etc.). Rome is also accessible from the Americas, Asia, Africa and Middle East.