ACO, a multidisciplinary PhD Program in Algorithms, Combinatorics and Optimization at the Georgia Institute of Technology, will be streaming live lectures by four prominent computer scientists. Live web streaming available at no charge.
Theory Day Celebrating 50th Anniversary of Foundations of Computer Science and 20th Anniversary of the ACO Program at Georgia Tech Held in conjunction with FOCS 2009 on Saturday, October 24, 2009 in the LeCraw Auditorium on the Georgia Tech campus. The event will be webcast live from the link below and will consist of one hour lectures by
12:30-1:30 Richard Karp, University of California, Berkeley What Makes an Algorithm Great?
1:50-2:50 Mihalis Yannakakis, Columbia University Computational Aspects of Equilibria
3:10-4:10 Noga Alon, Tel Aviv University Disjoint paths, isoperimetric problems, and graph eigenvalues
5:00-6:00 Manuel Blum, Carnegie Mellon University Can (Theoretical Computer) Science come to grips with Consciousness?
The times listed are EDT, same time zone as New York.
To register, for more information and to watch the lectures live please visit
Videos of the lectures will be archived at the same location.
ACO is a multidisciplinary PhD Program in Algorithms, Combinatorics and Optimization at the Georgia Institute of Technology.
via Jeff Bergman