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AISB event Bulletin Item

CALL FOR PARTICIPATION: Computability, Complexity and Randomness, 9-13 Jun 2014 Singapore, SINGAPORE

CCR 2014

Invitation to the Ninth International Conference on Computability,
Complexity and Randomness (CCR 2014): 9-13 June 2014

The Ninth International Conference on Computability, Complexity and
Randomness (CCR 2014) will be held at the Institute for Mathematical
Sciences in Singapore as a part of the Algorithmic Randomness Programme,
2-30 June 2014. It will be in the tradition of the previous meetings
in Cordoba (Argentina) 2004, Buenos Aires (Argentina) 2007, Nanjing
(China) 2008, Luminy (France) 2009, Notre Dame (USA) 2010, Cape Town
(South Africa) 2011, Cambridge (UK) 2012, Moscow (Russia) 2013
(the meetings in Cordoba, Buenos Aires and Luminy were called
"Conference on Logic, Computability and Randomness").


    Algorithmic randomness,
    Computability theory,
    Kolmogorov complexity,
    Computational complexity,
    Reverse mathematics and logic.

Programme and Organizing Committee

Veronica Becher (Universidad de Buenos Aires)
Rodney G. Downey (Victoria University of Wellington)
Wolfgang Merkle (University of Heidelberg)
Theodore A. Slaman (University of California Berkeley)
Alexander Shen (CNRS, Montpellier)
Frank Stephan (National University of Singapore), Chair
Yue Yang (National University of Singapore)
Liang Yu (Nanjing University)

Conference Web Page

Participation and Talks:

Participants can register online by means of the link provided by the
IMS on the page

for the CCR 2014 and the Programme on Algorithmic Randomness or some
parts of it.

Those who wish to talk during the conference should inform the IMS in
subsequent correspondence. The IMS and Programme Committee will review
talk requests and oversee the conference programme.

Please register before 15 March 2014.

Contact Information (Please refer to CCR 2014 in correspondence)

    Institute for Mathematical Sciences
    National University of Singapore
    3 Prince George's Park
    Singapore 118402
    Republic of Singapore
    (65) 6516 1897


A booklet with abstracts will be made available at the conference.


The Institute for Mathematical Sciences has limited funding to support
local costs of participants.

Student members of the Association for Symbolic Logic (ASL) can apply
for some funding to participate in CCR 2014.