Two days of algorithms (and complexity) in London, UK
Martin Dyer Day, 16th July 2018 ♦ Queen Mary Algorithms Day (QMAD), 17th July 2018
We are pleased to announce two days of meetings on Algorithms and Computational Complexity at Queen Mary, University of London, on Monday 16th and Tuesday 17th July, 2018. On Monday we celebrate the career of Martin Dyer, with a programme of talks by friends and collaborators. On Tuesday, there will be an Algorithms Day, following the no-frills model that has been established in a sequence of meetings at several sites in the UK,
Martin Dyer Day, Monday 16th July 2018
The Martin Dyer celebration is co-organised by Colin Cooper (King’s College, University of London), Leslie Ann Goldberg (University of Oxford) and Mark Jerrum (Queen Mary, University of London).
Jin-Yi Cai, University of Wisconsin, Madison,
Classification for counting problems
Alan Frieze, Carnegie Mellon University, Coloring (random) hypergraphs
Detailed directions for reaching the Mile End campus
can be found here.
Talks will take place in the ArtsTwo building, which is number 35 on the
It lies roughly half way between Stepney Green (District, and Hammersmith and City line) and Mile End (District, Hammersmith and City, and Central line) stations. Plan your journey here.