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2012.04.24 |

Simina Branzei receives Google Anita Borg Memorial Scholarship

Simina Branzei has been awarded with one of the Google Anita Borg Memorial Scholarships. The scholarships are awarded based on the academic performance, leadershipperience and demonstrated passion for computer science.

2012.04.23 |

CTW 12 - the success to be repeated!

We are very proud to announce that the prestigious China Theory Week (CTW) will be hosted once again by the Danish side of CTIC in 2012. This summer we again welcome the brightest young minds within the theoretical computer science field.

PROFESSOR GU BINGLIN, WHO IS ABOUT TO RETIRE AS RECTOR OF TSINGHUA UNIVERSITY, AND LAURITZ B. HOLM-NIELSEN, RECTOR OF AARHUS UNIVERSITY, SIGN AN EXTENSION OF THE EXISTING MEMORANDUM OF UNDERSTANDING BETWEEN THE TWO UNIVERSITIES, CONFIRMING THEIR JOINT WISH TO STRENGTHEN AND DEVELOP THE COLLABORATION. GU BINGLIN GAINED HIS PHD FROM AARHUS UNIVERSITY. PHOTO: LARS KRUSE AU/KOMMUNIKATION

2012.04.19 |

CTIC collaboration confirmed and extended

The CTIC collaboration was extended in a ceremony that took place during the visit former President Gu Binglin of Tsinghua University in Aarhus. Tsinghua University is consistently ranked as one of the very best universities in China.

2012.03.19 |

CTIC & CFEM hosts workshop on Theory and Practice of Multiparty Computation

n June 2012, CFEM & CTIC is organizing a workshop on the theory and practice of MPC, bringing together experts in all aspects of the subject. There is no registration fee at this workshop, but registration will be required.

From left to right: Jian Li, Wei Hu, Kunwei Zhang, Zhen Zhang, Chengu Wang, Shiteng Chend and Chenggang Wu

2012.02.06 |

CITC hosts students from Tsinghua University

During this Spring semester, six Chinese students from Tsinghua University are visiting CTIC.

2011.11.01 |

CTIC mini-course on Stochastic Games held at Tsinghua University

The course is held as an activity within the Sino-Danish Center for the Theory of Interactive Computation, supported by the Danish National Research Foundation and The National Science Foundation of China

2011.10.11 |

CHINA THEORY WEEK: RUMORS AND CONNECTIONS - IN PRACTICE AND IN THEORY

The rumor is true! The Computer Science Department at Aarhus University just hosted “China Theory Week” for some of the best Ph.D. students in the world. A great opportunity for young computer science researchers to make new connections - and to do research on connections.

2011.10.10 |

China Theory Week 11 Kicks Off

"China Theory Week" is an annual workshop that has been arranged every fall since 2007 at Tsinghua University in Beijing, China. The workshop series was initiated by Turing prize laureate Andrew Yao and has a very simple concept: To bring together the twenty most accomplished PhD students within theoretical computer science worldwide, and let them…

2011.09.27 |

CTIC welcomes Jie Zhang

Welcome to our new Post. Doc Jie Zhang. Jie received his Ph.D from the Department of Computer Science at City University of Hong Kong. He will start his work at CTIC from October. Algorithmic Game Theory, Internet Economics, Computational Complexity, Graph Theory and Combinatorial Optimization are included his research interests.

2011.09.12 |

CTIC welcomes Wei Yu

Wei Yu is a post-doctoral researcher in MADALGO & CTIC. His main research area is communication complexity and its applications, especially lower bounds for data structures and streaming algorithms from communication complexity. He received his PhD in IIIS, Tsinghua University before joining MADALGO & CTIC.

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