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Dr. Allan Borodin speaks at 2019 C.C. “Kelly” Gotlieb Distinguished Lecture Series

November 5 @ 11:00 am - 12:00 pm

“In recognition of my being on the faculty at UT for now 50 years, I was invited to present a DLS,” wrote Dr. Allan Borodin. In his talk, he will briefly review the research topics he has contributed to.

“These include (in more or less chronological order): Abstract Complexity Theory, Algebraic Complexity Theory, time-space tradeoffs, parallel models of computation and routing, online algorithms, conceptually simple algorithmic paradigms, and more recently, Algorithmic Game Theory/Mechanism Design and Social Choice Theory. Some more general themes in my research are precise models, tradeoffs, positive versus negative results, and more recently, trying to bridge the gap between theory and ‘practice’.”

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Date:
November 5
Time:
11:00 am - 12:00 pm
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Website:
https://web.cs.toronto.edu/news-events/events/dls1901

Venue

Bahen Centre for Information Technology 40 St. George Street Room 1170

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