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09.04.2021
Student school in School in Algorithms, Combinatorics, and Complexity

Student school in School in Algorithms, Combinatorics, and Complexity

Department of Mathematics and Computer Sciences of St Petersburg University and Euler International Mathematical Institute are happy to invite you to student school in School in Algorithms, Combinatorics, and Complexity from May 24 to 28, 2021 

An advanced school for young researchers featuring three minicourses in vibrant areas of mathematics and computer science. The target audience includes graduate, master, and senior bachelor students of any mathematical speciality. 

Lectures and practice are conducted by wonderful teachers:

Maria Chudnovsky, professor at Princeton University, speaker at the International Congress of Mathematics, winner of the Fulkerson Prize, conducts Forbidding Induced Subgraphs course.

Fedor Fomin, professor at the University of Bergen, EATCS Fellow, co-author of several books on parameterized algorithms, conducts the course Representative Families and Algorithms.

Madhu Sudan, professor at Harvard University, winner of the Gödel and Nevanlinna prizes, mentor of well-known young researchers, conducts the Highlights of Algorithmic Coding Theory course.


The school will be held online. Free registration is open up to May 23. 

Registration & details are here: https://indico.eimi.ru/event/199/