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Notice

AISB event Bulletin Item

Nona Summer School on Complexity Theory, St Petersburg (Russia)

http://logic.pdmi.ras.ru/ssct09/

Call for Participation

              NONA SUMMER SCHOOL ON COMPLEXITY THEORY
              St.Petersburg, Russia, August 12-16, 2009
                  http://logic.pdmi.ras.ru/ssct09/


COURSES

 * Lance Fortnow (Northwestern University, Toyota Technological Institute):
   Structural Complexity
 * Nicola Galesi (University of Rome "La Sapienza"):
   Proof Complexity
 * Heribert Vollmer (University of Hanover):
   Satisfiability Problems
 * Uri Zwick (Tel Aviv University):
   Complexity of Graph Algorithms Based on Matrix Multiplication

APPLICATION FORM

 The intended participants are MSc and PhD students and post-docs in fields
 related to the themes of the school. If you want to attend the school,
 we would like you to apply by April 30, 2009. All participants will be
 notified of admission to the school by May 10, 2009. Final confirmation
 will be given after the granted participant can document that he/she
 has booked his/her flight.

 To apply, please send an application letter containing
 the following information

 NAME:
 DEPARTMENT, UNIVERSITY, COUNTRY:
 NAME OF ADVISOR:
 PREVIOUS KNOWLEDGE IN COMPLEXITY THEORY:

 and organize a brief letter of reference from advisor,
 to Alexander Kulikov, kulikov()logic.pdmi.ras.ru

ACCOMMODATION AND COST

 There will be no participation fee and the school includes free
 accommodation between the dates of August 11 and August 17 for registered
 participants without a base in St. Petersburg. However, space is limited,
 and since the school is sponsored by NoNA, participants from NoNA groups
 will be given priority. The next preference is given to students
 attending CSR-2009.