Call for Workshops

The ITP conference series is concerned with all topics related to interactive theorem proving, ranging from theoretical foundations to implementation aspects and applications in system verification, security, and formalization of mathematics. The tenth ITP conference, ITP 2019, will be held at Portland State University between September 8 and 13, 2019.

Researchers and practitioners are invited to submit proposals for co-located workshops on topics relating to interactive theorem proving. Workshops can target the ITP community in general, focus on a particular ITP system, or highlight more specific issues or recent developments. Proposals for in-depth tutorials or tool introductions are also welcome.

Co-located events will take place on 8 September and 13 September and will be held on the same premises as the main conference. Conference facilities are offered free of charge to the organizers. Workshop-only attendees will enjoy a significantly reduced registration fee.

Detailed organizational matters such as paper submission and review process, or publication of proceedings, are up to the organizers of individual workshops. All accepted workshops will be expected to have their program ready by 22 July 2019.

Proposals for workshops should contain at least the following pieces of information:

  • name and contact details of the main organizer(s)
  • (if applicable:) names of additional organizers
  • title and organizational style of workshop (tutorial, public workshop, project workshop, etc.)
  • preferred length of workshop (half day or full day)
  • estimated number of attendees
  • short (up to one page) description of topic
  • (if applicable:) pointers to previous editions of the workshop, or to similar events

Proposals should be submitted by email to, no later than 21 December 2018. Selected workshops will be notified by 23 December 2018. The workshop selection committee consists of the ITP program chairs and organizers:

John O’Leary, Intel Corporation
Andrew Tolmach, Portland State University
John Harrison, Amazon AWS

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