Theoretical Computer Science at the University of Tartu consists of the groups Crypto+Security, Coding Theory, and Algorithms & Theory, each with it's own Monday 2pm meeting, discussing their own specialized research.
But, as of today, every month, on the first Monday of the month, all of TCS meets for a "Joint Seminar". The idea is to exchange problems and ideas. People present ongoing research in an informal way--in a language that everybody in TCS understands, regardless of their specialization.
Today, March 2, 2015, for the first ever Joint TCS Seminar, Ivo Kubjas talked about Index Coding, Ago-Erik Riet presented a question regarding growth of balls in permutation metrics, and Dominique Unruh started presenting issues regarding quantum non-interactive zero-knowledge proofs.
The 2nd Joint TCS Seminar will take place on April 6 (room 215, 14:15).
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