Reed-Muller Workshop: RM2021

May 28, 2021

A fully virtual on-line event immediately following

ISMVL-2021: IEEE International Symposium on Multiple-Valued Logic


Announcement and Call for Papers


The goal of the Reed-Muller 2021 Workshop is to provide a forum for researchers to exchange and discuss research ideas in the following and related areas:



Paper Submission:

Original research, tutorial or survey papers are invited for submission by March 15, 2021 using the EasyChair conference management system. Please use IEEE double-column format (templates are available at, use 'conference style', and US letter paper size (8.5 by 11 in.). There is no page limit as the workshop record will be made available electronically. Six to eight pages is the suggested paper length.


Papers should be submitted via the RM2021 EasyChair site:  Note that if you do not have an EasyChair account, you can create one (there is no charge) at


NOTE: The workshop papers will only be distributed to workshop attendees. The copyright remains with the author.


Workshop Location:

After careful consideration the conference organizers have decided that ISMVL 2021, originally scheduled to be held in Nursultan, Kazakhstan, is changed to a fully virtual on-line event.  In harmony with that decision, the 2021 Reed-Muller workshop will also be a fully virtual event.


Workshop Registration:

There is no registration fee for the workshop but attendees should indicate their intention to attend by sending e-mail to by May 15, 2021.  In return you will receive access to the on-line proceedings.  Note that by registering for the workshop you acknowledge that access to the proceedings is only for workshop attendees.  Papers should not be further distributed without the consent of the author(s).


Important Dates:


Program Committee:


For further information, please contact:

Michael Miller, RM2021 Chair

Dept. of Computer Science

University of Victoria

Victoria, BC, Canada


History of the RM Workshop


The workshop  has been previously held in Fredericton (Canada) in 2019, Novi Sad (Serbia) in 2017, Waterloo (Canada) in 2015, Toyama (Japan) in 2013, Tuusula (Finland) in 2011, Naha (Japan) in 2009, Oslo (Norway) in 2007, Tokyo (Japan) in 2005, Trier (Germany) in 2003, Starkville, Mississippi (USA) in 2001, Victoria (Canada) in 1999, Oxford (UK) in 1997, Chiba (Japan) in 1995, and Hamburg (Germany) in 1993. Details of previous workshops are available at