Thirteenth International Conference on Computability, Complexity and Randomness (CCR 2018)
17 - 21 December, Santiago, Chile.
Some local information, including transportation options from the airport and some restaurants near the University can be found in this
Accepted contributions and tentative programme.
The list of accepted papers can be seen here, and a tentative programme here. A booklet with the talks descriptions can be found here.
Submission deadline has been extended !
Extended submission deadline:
25 June 2018,
Notification of authors:
31 August 2018,
1 October 2018,
17 - 21 December 2018. Topics
This year, the conference will be partially oriented to explore connections between these topics and the theory of dynamical systems.
Reverse mathematics and logic.
Felipe Cucker , City University of Hong Kong.
Mathieu Hoyrup, INRIA, Nancy, France.
Takayuki Kihara, Nagoya University, Japan.
Bryna Kra, Northwestern University, USA.
Neil Lutz, University of Pennsylvania, USA.
Alejandro Maass, CMM-DIM Universidad de Chile.
Keng Meng Ng, Nanyang Technological University, Singapore.
Pablo Shmerkin, Universidad Torcualto Di Tella, Argentina.
Michael Yampolsky, University of Toronto, Canada. Invited Tutorials
The conference will be hosted by the Departamento de Matemáticas at Universidad Andrés Bello, which is located in the República neighborhood (subway station "República") in Santiago de Chile.
The conference will take place in the Building R5 of the University, which is located in Avenida Republica 399 (in the corner with Gorbea street). The main conference room will be R5-203, and we will have a nearby room for work.
Hotel Conde Ansúrez is conveniently located in Av. República 25. We have arranged with them the following special rates (BT) for the conference participants: single room $ 37000; double room $ 45000; triple room $ 53000. To book one please send them an email directly to firstname.lastname@example.org using the reservation code CCR2018-UNAB. Please also send a copy of your booking email to email@example.com .
Alternatively, Barrio Lastarria (north of Universidad Católica subway station) and Providencia (around Pedro de Valdivia subway station) are very nice, easy to reach neighborhoods, with an excellent offer for accomodations.
The conference, previously known as conference on Logic, Computability and Randomness,
will be in the tradition of the previous meetings in
Córdoba (Argentina) 2004,
Buenos Aires (Argentina) 2007,
Nanjing (China) 2008,
Luminy (France) 2009, Notre Dame (United States) 2010,
Cape Town (South Africa) 2011,
Cambridge (Great Britain) 2012,
Moscow (Russia) 2013,
Heidelberg (Germany) 2015,
Honolulu (Hawaii, USA) 2016. and
Mysore (India) 2017. Submissions
Authors are invited to submit an abstract in PDF format of typically about 1 or 2 pages via the following web page:
No full papers will be required for this conference. After the deadline for submissions has expired, submissions may still be accepted for reviewing at the discretion of the PC chairs.
If you are planning to attend the conference, please fill out the following registration form (or click here ) as soon as possible.
No proceedings will be published before the conference. A booklet with abstracts will be made available at the conference.
Mark Braverman (Princeton University, USA)
Linda Brown Westrick (Penn Sate University, USA)
Peter Gács (Boston University, USA)
Noam Greenberg (University of Wellington, NZ)
Antonio Montalbán (University California Berkeley, USA)
Henry Towsner (University Pensylvania, USA)
Verónica Becher (Universidad de Buenos Aires, Argentina) co-Chair
Cristóbal Rojas (Universidad Andres Bello, Chile) co-Chair
Local Organizing Committee
Contacts For questions, in particular about scientific
aspects of the meeting, please contact the chairs of the programme
Inquiries about organizational matters such as registration
or accommodation are best addressed to the local organizing committee.
CCR Steering Committee
Verónica Becher (Buenos Aires, Argentina),
Laurent Bienvenu (Montpellier, France),
Rod Downey, chair (Wellington, New Zealand),
Denis Hirschfeldt (Chicago, United States),
Elvira Mayordomo (Zaragoza, Spain),
Wolfgang Merkle (Heidelberg, Germany),
Nikolai K. Vereshchagin (Moscow, Russia),
Liang Yu (Nanjing, China).
Funding opportunities for student members of the Association for Symbolic Logic
(ASL) are available. Applications should be directed to the Association for Symbolic Logic three months prior to the meeting,
following these instructions.
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