The Technion Theory Lunch is a seminar run by the theory group at the Department of Computer Science, Technion. The seminar holds weekly meetings in which graduate students and faculty from the Technion and other universities in Israel and abroad present recent results or other interesting topics in theoretical computer science. The seminar is open to faculty, graduate and undergraduate students interested in theory of computing.
Wednesdays, 12:30-13:30 (room opens at 12:00)
Zoom, Meeting ID: 954 7347 4134, Password: 5-digit Technion Zip Code (first 5 digits of 7-digit Technion Zip Code)
The meetings are generally recorded, and available on YouTube.
If you are interested in giving a talk at the seminar, contact Yuval Filmus.
The seminar’s mailing list is used to announce our weekly meetings, and also to publicize CS theory related events, such as workshops and seminars, in Israel and abroad.