International Symposium on Symbolic and Algebraic Computation
		    Korea Institute for Advanced Study
		      Seoul, Korea, July 28-31, 2009

The 2009 International Symposium on Symbolic and  Algebraic  Computation
(ISSAC) is the 34th meeting in a series of conferences, begun in 1966 and
held annually since 1981 in North America, Europe and Asia, for original
research on all aspects of symbolic computation.  Following tradition,
ISSAC 2009 will have presentations of accepted research papers, invited talks,
poster sessions, tutorial courses, software demonstrations, and company

The poster sessions at ISSAC form an excellent way to present early research
results which are of interest but not yet completed.  We invite authors to submit
an extended abstract in PDF format of no more than 2 pages.  The abstracts
will be reviewed by the poster committee and relevant experts when needed. The
review will take into account the content, originality, style, and relevance of the
proposed poster.  The accepted abstracts will be printed and distributed at the
conference and included in an upcoming issue of the ACM SIGSAM
Communication in Computer Algebra.


Deadline to submit an extended abstract (.pdf format): May 10th, 2009
Notification of acceptance: June 11th, 2009
Deadline to submit (.tex) updated abstracts: June 25th, 2009


All topics covered traditionally by ISSAC including
  all of computer algebra
  algebraic methods in computational geometry and in theorem proving
  the computer science of creating software for doing mathematics
Applications of symbolic computation to
  the natural sciences, life science, engineering, education, and others
For more details, see, e.g., the TOC in the Computer Algebra Handbook
In addition and not exclusively, applications of symbolic computation to
  new models of computation (e.g., quantum computation, origami
mathematics) algebraic statistics
Certification of numerical results by symbolic computation
Implementation of symbolic computation systems on compact and mobile


Details on submission of contributions may be found by visiting the
submission page at
Authors are expected to present their work at the symposium.


Andrew Novocin, Univ. Montpellier 2, France, Chair
Ivan Morel, Ecole Normale Superieure de Lyon, France
Katsusuke Nabeshima, Osaka University, Japan
Peter Horn, Univ. Kassel, Germany