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Category Archives: Conferences
Building Bridges II, and Rio ICM 2018
In this post I will talk about Building Bridges II – last week conference in Budapest, about my talk and Lex Schrijver’s talk at the conference, about two old videotaped lectures in Microsoft Research (and a prize carrying competition), and … Continue reading
Conference in Singapore, Vietnam, Appeasement, Restorative Justice, Laws of History, and Neutrinos
Eliezer Rabinovici Some weeks ago I returned from a beautiful trip to Singapore and Vietnam. For both me and my wife this was the first trip to these very interesting countries. In Singapore I took part in a very unusual … Continue reading
Posted in Combinatorics, Conferences, Physics, Updates
Tagged Ada Yonath, appeasment, Atul Parikh, David Gross, Dora Love, Eliezer Rabinovici, IsraelIran relationship, Janet Love, Michal Feldman, Partha Dasgupta, Patrick Geary, Penelope Andrews, Singapore, South Africa, Sue Gilligan, Vietnam, Winston Churchill
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Conference on High Dimensional Combinatorics, April 2226 2018
Conference on High Dimensional Combinatorics Conference homepage Dates: April 2226, 2018 Place: Israel Institute for Advanced Studies, The Hebrew University of Jerusalem Organizers: Alex Lubotzky, Tali Kaufman and Oren Becker Registration form: click here Registration deadline: April 13, 2018 Combinatorics in general and the theory … Continue reading
Monday February 19: Quantum Coding and High Dimensional Expanders
Tonight at 8:00 Israel time TCS+ Dor Misner on 2to2 games. On Monday, February 19, we will have a special day on “Quantum Coding and High Dimensional Expanders” organized by Gilles Zemor. Sandwiches will be served for lunch, alongside … Continue reading
Posted in Combinatorics, Computer Science and Optimization, Conferences, Quantum, Updates
Tagged Dorit Aharonov, Gilles Zemor
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AfterDinner Speech for Alex Lubotzky
An afterdinner speech given on November 9, 2016*, on Alex Lubotzky’s 60th birthday conference: 60 faces to Groups. As we all realized waking up this morning, today is a historic day*. It is the dinner day for Alex 60th‘s … Continue reading
Where were we?
I was slow blogging, and catching up won’t be so easy. Of course, this brings me back to the question of what I should blog about. Ideally, I should tell you about mathematical things I heard about. The problem is … Continue reading
Oded Goldreich Fest
Update (April 17): Outcomes of the poll for the coolest title are in. (See the end of the post) Oded Goldreich’s 60 birthday meeting, April 1920 at the Weitzmann Institute promises to be a great event. Here is the webpage … Continue reading
Posted in Combinatorics, Computer Science and Optimization, Conferences
Tagged Oded Goldreich
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Polynomial Method Workshop
The workshop on the “polynomial method” will take place at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem on Monday Dec 26 and Tuesday Dec 27. The event is organized by Jordan Ellenberg and Gil Kalai. It is supported by the ERC. Program: … Continue reading
Avifest live streaming
Live streaming for Avifest is available here. The program is here. Following the first two lectures I can witness that the technical quality of the broadcast is very good and the scientific quality of the lectures is superb. As this is … Continue reading
Posted in Combinatorics, Computer Science and Optimization, Conferences, Updates
Tagged Avi Wigderson
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