JRG70: Workshop celebrating the scientific contributions of John R. Gilbert

June 3, 2023, all day

UC Santa Barbara campus

John R. Gilbert, currently Professor Emeritus of Computer Science at the University of California at Santa Barbara, has made numerous contributions to sparse matrix computations, parallel computing, graph algorithms. He is considered one of the founders of Combinatorial Scientific Computing, an interdisciplinary research area in which combinatorial algorithms are used to solve problems in computational science and engineering.  This one day workshop will celebrate his scientific contributions during his long illustrious career. 

The technical part of the program (scroll down for it) will run 8:30-5pm at the ESB 1001's multipurpose room. There will be a dinner in the evening in the Santa Barbara area (Harry's Plaza Cafe).  A few additional activities are:

JRG schedule

To submit a registration request for this event, please fill out this google form.

The following accommodations are recommended. Please indicate in the form whether you need accommodation so we can try to reserve rooms at the Guest house. 

Hotels that UCSB frequently uses are: 

Please note that though UCSB is technically a Santa Barbara address, Goleta hotels are physically closer to the university. 

Santa Barbara airport (SBA) is very close to the venue, if you can find flights that work for your schedule to SBA.  If you can't fly to SBA, driving from LAX is a reasonable option and takes about 2 hours.