The Final Review Meeting for ALCOM-FT will take place on
Friday, January 23, 2004, and will be hosted by the Department of Computer Science, University of Aarhus, Schedule
|January 22: Scientific workshop|
|10.00-10.25||Mike Paterson: Fair processor scheduling: analysis of a simple scheme|
|10.25-10.50||Conrado Martinez: Adaptative sampling for quickselect|
|10.50-11.15||Joan Boyar: The relative worst order ratio applied to paging|
|11.45-12.10||Roman Dementiev: Asynchronous Parallel Disk Sorting|
|12.10-12.35||Marianne Durand: Log-Log Counting of Large Cardinalities|
|12.35-13.00||Rolf Fagerberg: On the Power of Cache-Obliviousness|
(ALCOM-FT Board Meeting 14.00-14.45)
|14.45-15.10||Sotiris Nikoletseas: Design and Analysis of Efficient Smart Dust Protocols|
|15.10-15.35||Thomas Lücking: A new model for selfish routing|
|15.35-16.00||Marios Mavronicolas: Which is the Worst-Case Nash Equilibrium?|
|16.15-16.40||Peter Lennartz: The Relation Between the No-Wait Job Shop Problem and the TSP|
|16.40-17.05||Luca Becchetti: Sharing the Cost More Efficiently: Improved Approximation for Multicommodity Rent-Or-Buy|
|January 23: Review meeting|
|09.00-9.15||Erik M. Schmidt: Introduction|
|09.15-10.15||José L. Balcázar: Work Package 1 presentation|
|10.30-11.30||Christos Kaklamanis: Work Package 2 presentation|
|11.30-12.30||Han Hoogeveen: Work Package 3 presentation|
|14.00-15.00||Josep Díaz, Philippe Flajolet, Mike Paterson: Work Package 4 presentation|
|15.00-16.00||Peter Sanders: Work Package 5 presentation|
|16.15-17.00||Project officer and reviewers meet in private|
|19:30-||Banquet (downtown restaurant)|
Each workpackage leader is requested to leave 15 minutes for discussion at the end of their presentation.
Lunch will be served in the Mathematics Department Canteen at the ground floor of building 1536 on Campus. Coffee will be served at the auditorium. The banquet will take place at Restaurant La Forchetta, Vestergade 39.
Caveat, earlier guests of the Dept. of CS: the deparment has recently moved to new premises outside of Campus. Neither these nor the old premises will be used during this meeting.
Here is a map showing all relevant locations (gif, ps.gz, pdf, doc) . Campus is the green area, downtown is the yellow (the northern half of the downtown area is the oldest part of town, and makes a nice stroll).
Full information about travel to and from Aarhus University can be found on here and here (the latter is not entirely up to data on prices etc., but has better maps).
Weather forecasts can be found at the Danish Meteorological Institute. Look under forecasts for "Northern Jutland" and "Southern Jutland" (Århus is located in the eastern part of Middle Jutland).
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