Segovia /

El Escorial


18th - 29th July 2011

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Proceedings. Call for papers.

We are extending the deadline for submission of papers to the Proceedings of the Second International Valuation Theory Conference held in Segovia and El Escorial in July 2011. The new deadline is
September 30, 2012

The second valuation theory conference held in Segovia and El Escorial in July 2011 fulfilled entirely the expectations of the organizers and, we hope, those of the participants. We now request your help to publish proceedings that will provide an appropriate trace of this conference and a reference for researchers.

We would be happy if you sent us before the end of May, 2012, a manuscript which you deem appropriate for the proceedings.

In the view of the organizers, any paper of sufficient interest concerning the topics of the Conference is acceptable. If you are a lecturer, the redaction of your course or lecture is a natural choice, but you may also wish to extend it to a survey or, in the case where you have already published detailed texts on the topic of your course or lecture, restrict it to a commented list of references highlighting those which are most useful in the spirit of our conference, or you may wish to submit a paper presenting new results.

Although nothing is definitively settled at this time, we are in the process of arranging for publication in a series with a wide distribution by an academic publisher, such as the EMS Publishing House's Series of Congress reports (see http://www.ems-ph.org/qsearch.php?browse\_series=1\&series=ecr ).

Please submit your contributions by sending the pdf file to the e-mail address: valuations2011@arq.uva.es

Of course all papers submitted will be refereed and we shall do our best to ensure a fast publication but of course this also depends on the respect of the deadline for submission by everyone.

If you have any question please do not hesitate to contact us at

Sincerely yours,
the editors:

Antonio Campillo,
Franz-Viktor Kuhlmann,
Bernard Teissier