On January 1st, 2019, FILOFOCS has become a "Joint International Unit" (UMI 2005), joint to the CNRS, the University of Paris, Tel-Aviv University, the Hebrew University of Jerusalem, and the Weizmann Institute of Science. It has research facilities at the three participating Israeli institutions, and a "mirror site" at IRIF in Paris. The LEA has ceased to exist as such on that date.
Please visit the website of the new Joint International Unit.

FILOFOCS stands for "French-Israeli Laboratory on Foundations of Computer Science". It is an associated research laboratory (LEA) of the CNRS and Tel-Aviv University, with IRIF (formerly LIAFA) and the School of Computer Science of Tel-Aviv University being the main partners. The activities of FILOFOCS include, among other things, annual workshops that alternate between France and Israel, the support of mutual visits of French and Israeli scientists, both senior and young, and the participation in organizing scientific events.
For further information please contact Adi RosÚn.