Workshop on Algorithms & Randomness

 

Workshop on Algorithms and Randomness

Monday, May 14 - Thursday, May 17, 2018
Georgia Tech, Klaus Building, Room 1116

Bringing together leading researchers utilizing the power of randomness at the interplay of theoretical computer science, probabilistic combinatorics, statistical physics, and optimization.

Confirmed Speakers:

Nikhil Bansal(Eindhoven)
Pietro Caputo (Roma Tre)
Martin Dyer (Leeds)
Alan Frieze (CMU)
David Gamarnik (MIT)
Jeff Kahn (Rutgers)
Yin Tat Lee (Washington)
Eyal Lubetzky (Courant)
Aleksander Madry (MIT)
Fabio Martinelli (Roma Tre)
Raghu Meka (UCLA)
Yuval Peres (Microsoft Research)
Will Perkins (Waterloo)
Dana Randall (Georgia Tech)
Sofya Raskhodnikova (Boston University)
Alistair Sinclair (UC Berkeley)
Allan Sly (Princeton)
Virginia Vassilevska Williams (MIT)
David Woodruff (CMU)
Yufei Zhao (MIT)

Tentative Speakers:

Uri Feige (Weizmann)
Mark Jerrum (Queen Mary)
Mike Molloy (Toronto)

Organizers: Prasad Tetali, Santosh Vempala, and Eric Vigoda

Coordinator: Francella Tonge (Email: ftonge3 (at) cc.gatech.edu)

Sponsored by Georgia Tech's Institute for Data Engineering and Science (IDEaS)Algorithms and Randomness Center (ARC), and NSF.

Accomodations will be provided at the Regency Suites Hotel.