Seminar: Current topics of theoretical computer science


Summer term 2017

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Lecture Dates

Fri 10:15 - 11:45am (4116)



In this research-oriented seminar we discuss current important results in all fields of theoretical computer science such as logic, algorithms, coplexity theory and more.


Prerequisites for this seminar is a solid foundation in theoretical computer science and a successfull completion of the basic courses such as "Data Structures and Algorithms" and "Computability and Complexity".



The seminar-talks will be held in english.

Time and Place

Friday, 10:15am - 11:45am in the seminar room of chair i7 in room 4116.

This is a weekly seminar. During the weeks, in which there is no student-talk, someone in our team will present about their research.

Weekly attendance is mandatory.



Martin Grohe
Christof Löding
Pascal Schweitzer


Each participant of the seminar will be assigned a specific topic, usually in form of a research paper or a book chapter. He or she is expected to give a talk of about 45 to 60 minutes about it and write a paper of about 5 pages summarising it.

The topics will be assigned in the first meeting of the seminar.


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