Call for papers / Topics

Submission details:

The standard method of submission of your paper to workshop is by using EasyChair, and we request that you prefer this method. But if you encounter difficulties, which can delay your submission, please send your paper to with subject "FOI Paper".

Requirements to papers:

Your paper is required to be 4-16 pages (one page approximating A5 size). It must be written in English, using the CSJM templates (template.tex,, csjmol.sty, CSJM.rar on

To be eligible for publication in CSJM, a paper needs to be between 8-16 pages - a journal's requirement. Please, start with a succinct statement of the problem, present your results, their significance and a comparison with previous works (if any), as well as a list of references. The submissions should also include: the title of proposed paper, author's names, affiliations, addresses, the name of an author to contact for a possible correspondence, the e-mail address of the contact author, and topics which best describe the paper (max. 5 keywords).


FOI-2015 intends to bring more focus on the foundational aspect of informatics treated by mathematical methods, but it invites any original contributions to this domain, including but not limiting to:

  1. theory of information,
  2. theory of computing,
  3. theoretical issues in artificial intelligence,
  4. theoretical issues in automated reasoning,
  5. theoretical aspects of software system development,
  6. logics in informatics, databases, and artificial intelligence,
  7. data mining and knowledge discovery,
  8. knowledge representation,
  9. semantic technologies,
  10. natural language processing,
  11. formal languages and automata,
  12. cryptography and security,
  13. neural networks,
  14. natural computing,
  15. soft computing.

All accepted papers will be published in the workshop proceedings. The selected papers will be published in "Computer Science Journal of Moldova (CSJM)".

The workshop will consist of plenary presentations and discussions on chosen topics. Working language is English.