Fourteenth Algorithmic Number Theory Symposium, ANTS-XIV,
University of Auckland, New Zealand
June 30 - July 4, 2020
Call for papers ANTS XIV
The Algorithmic Number Theory Symposium (ANTS) is an international forum for new research in computational number theory. It is devoted to algorithmic aspects of number theory, including elementary number theory, algebraic number theory, analytic number theory, geometry of numbers, arithmetic algebraic geometry, finite fields, and cryptography.
Following the format of recent ANTS conferences, the conference proceedings will be published after the conference. Papers of the highest quality are selected by the program committee, after a rigorous double blind peer-review process. Preliminary versions of the papers are available during the conference, and final versions are submitted after the conference. For each accepted submission, at least one author must attend the conference to present the work.
ANTS aims to foster diversity; we particularly encourage submissions from women and underrepresented minorities who have projects in the general scope of this conference.
- Reinier Broker, Center for Communications Research, USA
- Wouter Castryck, KU Leuven, Belgium
- Jung Hee Cheon, Seoul National University, Korea
- Brendan Creutz, Canterbury, New Zealand
- Kirsten Eisentraeger, The Pennsylvania State University, USA
- Claus Fieker, TU Kaiserslautern, Germany
- Tom Fisher, Cambridge, UK
- Steven Galbraith, Auckland, New Zealand (Chair)
- David Harvey, UNSW, Australia
- Michael Jacobson, University of Calgary, Canada
- Elena Kirshanova, Immanuel Kant Baltic Federal University, Russia
- Thorsten Kleinjung, EPFL, Switzerland
- Alina Ostafe, UNSW, Australia
- Jen Paulhus, Grinnell College, USA
- Christophe Petit, Birmingham, UK
- Kate Stange, University of Colorado, Boulder, USA
- Marco Streng, Universiteit Leiden, Netherlands
- Andrew Sutherland, MIT, USA
- Emmanuele Thomé, INRIA, Nancy, France
- Christelle Vincent, University of Vermont, USA
Submission InformationThe conference proceedings will again be published by Mathematical Sciences Publishers (MSP) as part of their Open Book Series, as they were for ANTS-X and ANTS-XIII.
- Submission deadline: Feb 25, 2020 (13:00 UTC)
- Acceptance/rejection notification: April 27
- Revised versions for posting to conference: June 16
- Conference: June 30 - July 4
- Final versions for publication: Sept 8, 2020
Conflict of Interest Policy
Program Committee members will not handle or view a paper if they have one of the following relationships with one of the authors:
- Close personal relationship such as family member, partner.
- Former student or supervisor.
- Colleague from same department.
- Co-author of 2 papers or more within last 5 years.
Please carefully read the copyright agreement which all authors will need to sign. By submitting an article for consideration, it is assumed you are willing to sign this copyright agreement.
Papers must be prepared using the amsart package of LaTeX, with its standard fonts, margins, line spacing, etc. There is a 15 page limit, including bibliography and all appendices.
Program Committee members will know the identity of authors, but subreviewers may be double blind. Hence, please do not include your name or any other identifiable information in the submitted pdf. However, authors are permitted to give talks about their work, or put their papers on arxiv or other preprint servers, before or during the review process.
Submissions must not substantially duplicate work that any of the authors has published elsewhere or has submitted in parallel to a journal or any other conference/workshop that has proceedings. Please read the MSP publisher statement on Principles and Ethics.
MSP will be able to permanently host some supplementary materials for accepted submissions, which will be accessible from the article's web page. Such material could include:
- Tables of numerical/computational data,
- Large/long formulas,
- Figures and graphs.
To submit your paper please click here and follow the instructions.