Theory at UBC Mini-Symposium

  • Date: 02/03/2017

University of British Columbia


Prominent researchers from the theoretical computer science community will present their latest research. Topics include: complexity theory, compressed sensing, cryptography, combinatorial optimization, distributed computing, graph theory, spectral graph theory and streaming algorithms.


Invited Speakers: 

Allan Borodin, University of Toronto

Yevgeniy Dodis, NYU

Russell Impagliazzo, UCSD

Ken-ichi Kawarabayashi, National Institute of Informatics, Japan

James Lee, University of Washington

Jelani Nelson, Harvard

Eric Price, UT Austin

Amit Sahai, UCLA

Jared Saia, University of New Mexico

Mohit Singh, Georgia Tech



Nick Harvey, UBC

Valerie King, UVic

Holly Kwan, UBC Admin. Assistant

Other Information: 

Location: UBC Computer Science Boardroom, ICICS Addition, Room x836


Registration: Attendees must register due to limited space. There is no cost to register. Registration and program details can be found at the main site here.


Final scientific report available here.