SIGTACS - Fall 2015
Who are we ?
SIGTACS - Special Interest Group on Theoretical Aspects of
Computer Science, was born out of an effort to bring together
people interested in areas of Theoretical Computer Science.
It is a platform for students and faculty members to come together and share their excitement in the area. The group aims at organizing problem solving sessions, seminars and guest lectures.
SIGTACS Reading Group
We have formed a reading group and have decided to meet on regular basis to discuss and solve some problems. Till now we have not decided about this semester's topic. If you have any suggestion regarding the topic please feel free to contact us.
SIGTACS Seminar Series
SIGTACS would continue to hold seminars this semester on various
areas of algorithm and complexity theory.
To have a look on the past Seminars and Lectures held, please go to the Past Seasons.
Meeting Schedule(unless mentioned otherwise)
Venue : KD102
Time : 6:00pm
Upcoming Talks(none scheduled at the moment)
Past Talks this Season
- Galois Theory by Himanshu Shukla [Wednesday 4-5 pm, Friday 5-6 pm, KD103]
- Small hitting-sets for tiny arithmetic circuits or: How to turn bad designs into good. by Sumanta Ghosh[25 February 2017 (Saturday), KD102]
- Factors of Polynomials of Low Individual Degree-II. by Amit Kumar Sinhababu[18 February 2017 (Saturday), KD103]
- Factors of Polynomials of Low Individual Degree. by Amit Kumar Sinhababu[11 February 2017 (Saturday), KD102]
- A Deterministic Exponential Time Algorithm for some lattice problems. by Mahesh S R [4 February 2017 (Saturday), KD102]
- Introduction to Lattices. by Rajendra Kumar [28 January 2017 (Saturday), KD102]