The list of accepted papers for FOCS 2006 (47th Annual Symposium on Foundations of Computer Science) is now available. A brief look at the list seems to indicate the absence of "Volume B" papers. I do not know whether this is due to the lack of submissions to that conference from "Volume B" researchers, but I find it sad that a very prestigious conference with that name has no papers on, for instance, applications of logic to CS.
I am glad to see that there is a paper co-authored by BRICS colleagues of mine, namely
Improved Dynamic Planar Point Location
by Lars Arge and Gerth Stolting Brodal and Loukas Georgiadis
Congratulations to Lars and Gerth!