The International Symposium on Mathematical Foundations of Computer Science (MFCS conference series) is a well-established venue for presenting research results in theoretical computer science. The broad scope of the conference encourages interactions between researchers who might not meet at more specialized venues. The first MFCS conference was organized in 1972 in Jabłonna (near Warsaw, Poland). Since then, the conference traditionally moved between the Czech Republic, Slovakia, and Poland. More recently, the conference started traveling to other European countries, including Denmark, the United Kingdom, Germany. The venue for this – the 46th – edition of MFCS, is Tallinn, Estonia. The program committee of MFCS 2021 accepted 85 papers out of 199 submissions, with the authors of the submitted papers representing over 35 countries. We would like to express our deep gratitude to all the committee members and reviewers for their extensive reports and discussions on the merits of the submissions. Due to the Covid-19 pandemic MFCS 2021 was held as a hybrid event. It featured invited talks by Amina Doumane (ENS Lyon), Martin Grohe (RWTH Aachen University), Joël Ouaknine (Max Planck Institute for Software Systems), Eva Rotenberg (Technical University of Denmark), and Barna Saha (UC Berkeley) on topics that reflected the broad scope of the conference. MFCS proceedings have been published in the Dagstuhl/LIPIcs series since 2016. We would like to thank Michael Wagner and the LIPIcs team for all their kind help and support. We also warmly thank the organising committee of MFCS, chaired by Pawel Sobocinski, for their hard work in setting up and running the event.

46th International Symposium on Mathematical Foundations of Computer Science, {MFCS} 2021, August 23-27, 2021, Tallinn, Estonia

Filippo Bonchi
2021

Abstract

The International Symposium on Mathematical Foundations of Computer Science (MFCS conference series) is a well-established venue for presenting research results in theoretical computer science. The broad scope of the conference encourages interactions between researchers who might not meet at more specialized venues. The first MFCS conference was organized in 1972 in Jabłonna (near Warsaw, Poland). Since then, the conference traditionally moved between the Czech Republic, Slovakia, and Poland. More recently, the conference started traveling to other European countries, including Denmark, the United Kingdom, Germany. The venue for this – the 46th – edition of MFCS, is Tallinn, Estonia. The program committee of MFCS 2021 accepted 85 papers out of 199 submissions, with the authors of the submitted papers representing over 35 countries. We would like to express our deep gratitude to all the committee members and reviewers for their extensive reports and discussions on the merits of the submissions. Due to the Covid-19 pandemic MFCS 2021 was held as a hybrid event. It featured invited talks by Amina Doumane (ENS Lyon), Martin Grohe (RWTH Aachen University), Joël Ouaknine (Max Planck Institute for Software Systems), Eva Rotenberg (Technical University of Denmark), and Barna Saha (UC Berkeley) on topics that reflected the broad scope of the conference. MFCS proceedings have been published in the Dagstuhl/LIPIcs series since 2016. We would like to thank Michael Wagner and the LIPIcs team for all their kind help and support. We also warmly thank the organising committee of MFCS, chaired by Pawel Sobocinski, for their hard work in setting up and running the event.
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