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The Technion Theory Lunch is a seminar run by the theory group at the Department of Computer Science, Technion. The seminar holds weekly meetings in which graduate students and faculty from the Technion and other universities in Israel and abroad present recent results or other interesting topics in theoretical computer science. The seminar is open to faculty, graduate and undergraduate students interested in theory of computing.
 
Meeting time: Wednesdays, 12:30-13:30 (food starts at 12:15).
Place: Taub building, room 201.
 
If you are interested in giving a talk at the seminar, contact Seri Khoury at serikhoury@cs.technion.ac.il.

The seminar's mailing list is used to announce our weekly meetings, and also to publicize CS theory related events, such as workshops and seminars, in Israel and abroad. To join or leave our mailing list, contact Seri or use this link.



Winter 2017-2018 Speakers: 

25.10.2017: Ran Ben Basat - Technion. Title: Ad-hoc Window Summation.

15.11.2017: Eden Saig - Technion. Title: Collaborative Discovery: A study of Guru-follower dynamics.

22.11.2017: Prof. Nathan Keller - Bar Ilan University. Title: A structure theorem for biased boolean functions with a small total influence.

29.11.2017: Prof. Noga Ron-Zewi - University of Haifa. Title: High-rate Locally List Recoverable Codes & Other Beasts.

6.12.2017: Prof. Moni Naor - Weizmann. Title: WHITE-BOX VS. BLACK-BOX SEARCH PROBLEMS: A CRYPTOGRAPHIC PERSPECTIVE.

13.12.2017: Gilad Kutiel - Technion: Title: The Maximum Star Forest and The Maximum Carpool Matching Problems.

20.12.2017:  Hannukah.

27.12.2017: Prof. Liam Roditty - Bar Ilan University.

3.1.2018: Prof. Michael Elkin - Ben-Gurion University.

10.1.2018: Prof. Dana Ron - Tel Aviv University.

17.1.2018: Omri Ben-Eliezer - Tel Aviv University.

24.1.2018: Henry Corrigan-Gibbs - Stanford University.





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