Workshop on Algebraic Complexity Theory - WACT 2015
The slides can be found in the program
Algebraic Complexity Theory is a classical subfield of computational complexity theory. In recent years, the field has been the subject of an intense revival. The purpose of this workshop is to bring together world leading experts within Algebraic complexity with the aim of discussing the current state of the art and setting the directions for the future.
- V Arvind - IMSc Chennai
- Michael Forbes - Simons Institute, Berkeley
- Neeraj Kayal - Microsoft Research India
- Pascal Koiran - ENS Lyon
- Guillaume Malod - Universite Paris Diderot
- Chandan Saha - Indian Institute of Science, Bangalore
- Rahul Santhanan - University of Edinburgh
- Ramprasad Saptharishi - Chennai Mathematical Institute
- Amir Shpilka - Tel Aviv University (almost confirmed)
Beside the invited talks, which take place in the morning, there will be contributed talks on Tuesday and/or Thursday afternoon. To contribute a talk, you should contact Markus Bläser. It is possible to announce a contributed talk during the workshop. All other afternoons are free for informal discussions, seminar rooms will be available for this.
There will be no registration fee. (Nevertheless, there will be coffee breaks ;-))
Time and Place:
Departement of Computer Science
Peter Bro Miltersen - Aarhus University
Sponsored by the Indo-German Max Planck Center for Computer Science (IMPECS).