Background and objectives
Estonian Computer Science Theory Days started in 2002 and have been organized many times since then. In Latvia, a similar event, Computer Science Days, has been organized several times since 2011. The first joint Estonian-Latvian Theory Days were held in 2010. This year, we (the Faculty of Computing, University of Latvia, with the help of our Estonian colleagues) are organizing the eighth such event. The main goal of the Theory Days is to let the theoretical computer scientists of our two countries to get acquainted with the work of each other. However, people from other countries are welcome to participate as well. The main audience is intended to be the graduate students in the roles of both listeners and presenters.
The event will take place in Riga, at the Faculty of Computing, University of Latvia (19 Raina Blvd., 3rd floor) from May 6 to May 8, 2022 (with the talks beginning at 13:30 on Friday, and ending at 16:00 on Sunday), see the location here. Riga can be reached conveniently by various means of transportation including buses, trains, airplanes. The participants are expected to book their own accommodation. Riga offers many different hotels and hostels, and it is convenient to select the best suited one e.g. by online booking services.
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You can register by sending e-mail to Janis Iraids (janis.iraids(at)gmail.com); more information about registration (including information about the fees) is available here.
The registration deadline is
April 22. The registration is extended until April 27. Please, register early, because the maximum number of participants is limited.
If you wish to present a talk during the Theory Days, please, let us know that by sending an email to the address email@example.com , including the proposed title, abstract and length of your talk. The talk should be related to theoretical computer science, preferably accessible to people with different interest areas. The typical length of the talk is 30 minutes including questions. Please, let us know if you wish to have more or less than this time. The number of talks is limited, therefore please send us the information about the intended talk as early as possible. We will try to answer about the acceptance
of your talk within a week of receiving your e-mail.
Māris Ozols (University of Amsterdam)
Igors Stepanovs (ETH Zürich)
Artjoms Šinkarovs (Heriot-Watt University)
Program / Organising Comittee
Please, contact us (estlat-td(at)googlegroups.com or juris.smotrovs(at)lu.lv) if you have any questions.