Category Archives: Conferences

Israel AGT Day, Reichman University, March 5, 2023

We are running tomorrow the annual Israeli workshop in algorithmic game theory. Where: Reichman University. The conference will take place in room EL03, Adelson building.  Program: here. Registration: here (free). Main speakers: Moshe Babaioff (Microsoft Research), Gil Kalai (Reichman University … Continue reading

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Tel Aviv University Theory Fest is Starting Tomorrow

Tel Aviv University Theory Fest, December 26-December 28 2022. Cryptography workshop @ TAU TheoryFest December 29, 2022 TAU 2022 TheoryFest, December 26-28, 2022 The Theory of Computing was born as a purely mathematical investigation into the notion of computation. From … Continue reading

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Past and Future Events

Quick announcements of past (recorded) and future events 1) Shachar Lovett was the Erdos Speaker for 2022 and his great talks are recorded. (Lecture 1, Tensor ranks and their applications lecture 2, The monomial structure of Boolean functions, lecture 3, … Continue reading

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A small update from Israel and memories from Singapore: Partha Dasgupta, Robin Mason, Frank Ramsey, and 007

A small update about the situation here in Israel Eight weeks ago I wrote that my heart goes out to the people of Wuhan and China, and these days my heart goes out to people in Italy, Spain, the US, … Continue reading

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Do Not Miss: Abel in Jerusalem, Sunday, January 12, 2020

From left: Christopher Hacon, Claire Voisin, Ulrike Tillmann,  François Labourie Update: This was a great event with four great inspiring talks. Abel in Jerusalem, January 12, 2020 The Einstein Institute of mathematics is happy to host the Abel in Jerusalem Conference “Abel in … Continue reading

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Tomorrow: Boolean functions day at the TAU theory fest

As part of the 2019/2020 TAU theory fest, tomorrow, Friday, January 3, 2020,  is a Boolean function day at Tel Aviv University. The five speakers are Esty Kelman, Noam Lifschitz, Renan Gross, Ohad Klein, and Naomi Kirshner. For more (and … Continue reading

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Abel in Jerusalem – SUNDAY, January 12, 2020, and other events

Update: Boris Solomyak’s birthday conference (January 13-14, Bar-Ilan University)is now added. I would like to report on seven eight nine ten mathematical events taking place in Jerusalem, the Tel Aviv area, and Haifa in the next few weeks. (Probably I … Continue reading

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Two Important Quantum Announcements!

I am very happy to announce two quantum events. First, I would like to announce a course “Computation, quantization, symplectic geometry, and information” in the first 2019/2020 semester  at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem (HUJI). The course will by on … Continue reading

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Are Natural Mathematical Problems Bad Problems?

One unique aspect of the conference “Visions in Mathematics Towards 2000” (see the previous post) was that there were several discussion sessions where speakers and other participants presented some thoughts about mathematics (or some specific areas), discussed and argued.  In … Continue reading

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An Invitation to a Conference: Visions in Mathematics towards 2000

Let me invite you to a conference. The conference took place in 1999 but only recently the 57 videos of the lectures and the discussion sessions are publicly available. (I thank Vitali Milman for telling me about it.) One novel … Continue reading

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