UNIF 2019 will be the 33rd in a series of annual international workshops on unification. Previous editions have taken place mostly in Europe (Austria, Denmark, France, Germany, Ireland, Italy, Poland, UK), but also in the USA and Japan. For more details on previous UNIF workshops, please see the UNIF homepage.
Unification is concerned with the problem of making two terms equal, finding solutions for equations, or making formulas equivalent. It is a fundamental process used in a number of fields of computer science, including automated reasoning, term rewriting, logic programming, natural language processing, program analysis, types, etc. Traditionally, the scope of the UNIF workshops has covered the topic of unification in a broad sense, encompassing also research in constraint solving, admissibility of inference rules, and applications such as type checking, query answering and cryptographic protocol analysis.
The objective of this workshop is to bring together theoreticians and practitioners to promote new techniques and results, and to facilitate feedback on the implementation and application of such techniques and results in practice.Topics of interest to this forum include, but are not limited to:
UNIF 2019 also aims to be a forum for presenting and discussing work
in progress, and therefore to provide feedback to authors on their
preliminary research. More information about UNIF can be found by clicking
UNIF 2019 is proposed to be a satellite workshop of
Formal Structures for Computation and Deduction (FSCD'19)
in Dortmund. Previous editions took place in Oxford/UK (2018 and 2017), Porto/ Portugal (2016),
Contributions should be written in English and submitted in the form of abstracts with a maximum of 5 pages including references in EasyChair style . The submission should be in the form of a PDF file uploaded to Easychair:
The workshop pre-proceedings, containing the reviewed extended abstracts, will be handed-out at workshop registration. At least one of the authors should register for the workshop. Presentations should be in English. According to the quality of proceedings, authors will/would/might be invited to submit an improved version of their paper for a special journal issue.