Between 2015 and summer 2019, I co-organized the weekly QuSoft seminar, together with Jop; this page contains some general information about the seminar. As of August 2019, please contact Subhasree for these seminars!
Seminars typically take place on Fridays at 11:00 (sometimes 10:00 if two talks are planned), in a seminar room at CWI. We aim for talks of 45-60 minutes. After the seminar, sandwiches will be provided, allowing for some informal discussion over lunch.
Unless multiple speakers are scheduled, we ask our speakers to start at 10:30 with a pre-seminar, during which the audience can ask questions about the preliminaries.
We have a projector (VGA) and black- or whiteboard available.
The audience consists of a mix of mathematicians, computer scientists and experimental- and theoretical physicists, with seniority ranging from master's students to professors. With the wide range of backgrounds, we ask our speakers to be generous with preliminaries, definitions, and motivations.
Lastly, we'd like to receive a title and (short) abstract one week before the seminar, which we use in the announcements (you'll get a reminder for this).