ITAT conference

ITAT (Information technologies -- Applications and Theory) is annual European conference focused mostly on the results of young researcher's, PhD students and other scientists from the area of computer science.

Date: September 21--25, 2017

Registration is closed.

ITAT 2018 conference proceedings:

The conference is a platform for both the exchange of results and experiences in CS community as well as informal meetings in mountain resorts of Slovakia. Language of the conference is English since this year on, even though it used to be Czech and Slovak till last year.

Conference topics

The area of topics of the conference is broad and contains (not only):

  • Software engineering (software specification, software design, design patterns, modelling, meta-models)
  • Data and knowledge processing (XML technology, semantic web, ontologies, user preferences, data-mining, software agents, multi-agent systems)
  • Security and thrust-management (cryptography, security, formal models, protocols, thrust)
  • Computational intelligence (neural networks, genetic and evolutionary algorithms, fuzzy systems, artificial intelligence)
  • Theoretical foundations of Computer science (theory, algorithms, computational complexity, languages, models, logics)
  • Distributed computation (parallel and distributed systems and algorithms, models of distributed systems, parallel programs semantics)
  • Mathematical and computational linguistic (formal language description, language data, applications of NLP)
  • Didactics of Computer science


The following workshops will be part of the conference:

Information for authors

Papers must have 5-8 pages of two-columns A4 format, written in LaTeX or MS Word (LaTeX is preffered). You can start with one of the following templates:

Abstracts and papers need to be submitted by EasyChair conference system.


The 18th ITAT conference is to be held on September 21--25, 2017 in Hotel Plejsy ***, Slovakia.

GPS: N 48.9060, E 20.8915


The conference is organized by


Don't hesitate to ask via e-mail peter.gursky(@t)