[Guest post by David Steurer, both the speakers and the location seem amazing! –Boaz]
The Swiss Winter School on Theoretical Computer Science (Jan 29 – Feb 3 2023, https://theory.epfl.ch/WinterSchool2023/) will be the second installment in a series of annual winter schools jointly organized by EPFL and ETH Zurich (the first installment happened in 2020).
The goal of the school is to educate outstanding international PhD students about exciting recent developments in theoretical computer science.
The winter school will be held in Zinal, a mountain village in the Swiss Alps that has a long tradition of hosting academic workshops and that allows for nice excursions and stimulating discussions in a relaxed atmosphere.
This year’s installment features an exciting trinity of speakers:
Rasmus Kyng (ETH Zurich), Yin Tat Lee (University of Washington), and Ryan Williams (MIT).
For full consideration, applications must be submitted by November 1st 2022.
Notifications will be sent by November 7th.
The application form is available at https://theory.epfl.ch/WinterSchool2023/.
The winter school is organized by Mika Goos (EPFL), Michael Kapralov (EPFL), Rasmus Kyng (ETH Zurich), David Steurer (ETH Zurich), Ola Svennson (EPFL).
Also Amit Chakrabarti tells me that the Call for Papers for the Computational Complexity Conference (CCC) 2023 is now out on https://www.computationalcomplexity.org/Archive/2023/cfp.php . Deadline is Friday, February 10, 2023, 23:59 AoE.