Registration is now open for the Third Postgraduate Conference for Computing, Applications and Theory which will be held at Plymouth University on Wednesday 6th June 2012. The scope of this conference is deliberately wide and includes (but is not limited to):

  • machine learning and optimisation,
  • spatial and temporal reasoning,
  • computational organization,
  • human computer interaction (HCI),
  • natural language processing,
  • automated design,
  • computer modelling,
  • image processing,
  • robotics and processing,
  • formal specification,
  • cryptography,
  • mobile computing.

As in previous years, the conference will open with a keynote speech, this year delivered by Professor Ian Phillips, Principal Staff Engineer at ARM Ltd. The abstract for the keynote speech can be found here.

The conference is single track with several sessions of student paper presentations and a poster session, with the best paper and poster, as voted by conference attendees, each receiving a cash prize at the end of the day, generously sponsored by the The Society for the Study of Artificial Intelligence and Simulation of Behaviour (AISB)

Attendance at this event is open to all Postgraduate (including Masters) students and there is no charge.

The day also includes several refreshment breaks and lunch at no cost.

Registration is by email to

Please include the following information:
Your name, affiliation and study program.