Isaac Newton Institute for Mathematical Sciences

7th Conference on Computability, Complexity

and Randomness

2 - 6 July 2012

Organisers:

Elvira Mayordomo (Universidad de Zaragoza)

Wolfgang Merkle (Universität Heidelberg)

Scientific Programme Committee:

Laurent Bienvenu (Université Paris Diderot)

Péter Gács (University of Boston)

Antonín Kučera (Charles University, Prague)

Nikolay Vereshchagin (Moscow State University)

Paul Vitányi (University of Amsterdam)

in association with the Newton Institute programme Semantics and Syntax: A Legacy of Alan Turing
(9 January - 6 July 2012)


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Accommodation, Costs & Funding

There is a registration fee of £175 (reduced to £125 for students) which includes admission to all seminars, lunches, refreshments, reception, formal dinner and programme but does not include other meals or accommodation.

The accommodation package costing £525, includes a registration fee, accommodation from Sunday 1 July 2012 to breakfast on Saturday 7 July 2012 together with lunch and refreshments during the days that lectures take place. The formal dinner is included but no other evening meals.

Accommodation in single study bedrooms with shared facilities and breakfast are provided at Murray Edwards College, a ten minute walk from the Institute.

Lunches will be served at Wolfson Court, adjacent to the Newton Institute.

Applications for funding are particularly welcomed from early career researchers and those from under-represented groups. Funding may be available to support attendance, including from the Institute's Junior Membership scheme for eligible participants.

Funding opportunities for student members of the Association for Symbolic Logic (ASL) are available. Applications should be directed to the Association for Symbolic Logic three months prior to the meeting, following these instructions.


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