THEORY CANAL: The Rochester Theory Seminar Series 2007-2008

The THEORY CANAL meeting (the Rochester Theory Seminar) is a joint project of the RIT and UR theory groups, and the focus is all areas of theoretical computer science. THEORY CANAL meets (when RIT and UR classes are in session) on the first and third (and sometimes, when a fifth exists, fifth) Monday of each month. (Due to slot demand, school holidays, and religious holidays, there are sometimes exceptions to that rule: Mondays of that form that we skip and Mondays not of that form that we don't skip. So see the schedule below for the actual dates.) The talks start at 12:30PM and typically take 60 to 90 minutes.

The meetings are held in Room 703, Computer Studies Building, University of Rochester, Rochester, NY 14627.

The meetings are open to the public; all are very welcome.

Chronological list of 12:30PM THEORY CANAL talks for the 2007-2008 academic year (**currently, all these are somewhat tentative and in some cases a surprise to the speaker, but within a few days they'll be carved in semi-stone**) :

Here are the talk lists for some previous years:

The seminar series is open to public, and is being organized this year by Lane Hemaspaandra and Satyaki Mahalanabis of UR and Edith Hemaspaandra of RIT. If you have any questions, please send email to ``lane'' or ``smahalan'' (both in the domain or ``eh'' (in the domain