July 17, 2019
Rutgers Academic Building, Room 2225
College Avenue Campus
15 Seminary Place
New Brunswick, NJ
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Eric Allender, Rutgers University
The annual Computational Complexity Conference (CCC'19) will be held at Rutgers University on July 18–20, 2019.
The DIMACS Day of Complexity Tutorials immediately precedes the conference and will feature two half-day tutorials on topics that are deemed to be especially exciting and relevant for the CCC community. The confirmed tutorial speakers are Mika Göös and Omer Reingold.
Tutorials will be targeted toward postdocs, graduate students, advanced undergraduates with prior work in complexity, or others who would like a cohesive introduction to the topics.
If you are a student or postdoc, you may apply for travel support to attend this event. Requests for support can include roundtrip travel to New Brunswick, lodging for one night (or two if you are traveling from a considerable distance), and local travel. Breakfast and lunch are provided during the tutorial. An application form to request such support will open some time in April 2019 on this page. Please check back.
Wednesday, July 17, 2019
Mika Göös, Institute for Advanced Study
Omer Reingold, Stanford University
This event is open to all who register to attend. There is no registration fee for students, postdocs, or DIMACS members, and a $30 fee for all others.
There are funds available to assist students and postdocs in attending this event. These funds are awarded through an application process. Funds may be applied to provide reimbursement for travel, lodging, or other costs associated with travel to the event. The application website will open in early May.
Presented in association with the Special Focus on Lower Bounds in Computational Complexity.