Monday, February 11, 2019

[DMANET] Russian Workshop on Complexity and Model Theory, June 9 - 11, Moscow, 2019 SECOND ANNOUNCEMENT


Dear Colleagues,

The Russian Workshop on Complexity and Model Theory will be held in Moscow
on June 9-11.
The focus of the conference will be on computational complexity,
communication complexity, formal languages, descriptive complexity,
cryptography and other related fields

There will be a number of invited and contributed talks. Plenary speakers

- Andrei A. Bulatov (‪‪‪Simon Fraser University)
- Bruno Courcelle (University of Bordeaux)
- Anuj Dawar (University of Cambridge)
- Volker Diekert (Institut für Formale Methoden der Informatik)
- Lance Fortnow (Georgia Institute of Technology)
- Erich Grädel (RWTH Aachen University)
- Yuri Gurevich (University of Michigan)
- Johann A. Makowsky (Technion-Israel Institute of Technology, Haifa,
- Alexei Miasnikov (Stevens Institute of technology)
- Jaroslav Nešetřil (Charles University)
- Noam Nisan (Hebrew University of Jerusalem)
- Vladimir Remeslennikov (Institute of Mathematics, Siberian Branch of
the Russian Academy of Sciences)
- Vitalii Roman'kov (Dostoevsky Omsk State University)
- Moshe Vardi (Rice University)
- Nikolay Vereshchagin (Moscow State University and NRU Higher School of

If you wish to attend, please register following the link on the webpage.
Registration fee:
 Full rate - €100
 Reduced rate - €0
Reduced rate applies to students.
Call for contributed talks:
A limited number of contributed talks will be included in the program of
the workshop. When registering, please tell us as soon as possible if you
wish to give a talk. The abstracts of the talks should be submitted by
01.04.2019. A decision will be made by 15.04.2019.

For information concerning visas, getting to the venue, and accommodation,
please consult the conference webpage
Organizing committee

- Daniil Musatov (MIPT)
- Andrei M. Raigorodskii (MIPT, Yandex)
- Vladimir Remeslennikov (Institute of Mathematics, Siberian Branch of
the Russian Academy of Sciences)
- Maksim Zhukovskii (MIPT)

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