Call for Papers -
Kolmogorov workshop -
Program Committee -
In honor of the one hundreth anniversary of the birth of Andrei
N. Kolmogorov, a special day of talks on the topic of Kolmogorov
complexity will take place on the day before the conference, July 6th. This
satelite event is organized by Sophie Laplante. A
the event is now available.
Registration is now
open! Please register at our registration page.
The city of Aarhus (Århus) is located on the eastern shore of the
Jutland peninsula, and is the second largest city in
Denmark with approximately 280,000 inhabitants (including suburbs).
Aarhus is both a metropolis and a village: it offers cultural activities,
shopping, and commerce, but still the countryside is reachable within
twenty minutes from the city centre. Aarhus is served by
airports and can also be reached by
train from Copenhagen or Hamburg.
The University of Aarhus is the second largest university in
Denmark. In 2000, the number of students was approximately 21,000.
Lectures take place in
The following maps may be useful:
To get to the University from downtown, walk or take Århus Sporveje's
bus # 4 (see here), 7 or 17.
Detailed route maps can be found at Århus Sporveje's
Lunches and Banquet will take place in "Fysisk kantine" on the seventh
floor of building 520 (see
institute map). The reception Sunday night
takes place in the staff lounge on the second floor of the computer
science department building
(marked "Get-together" on the institute
map). The reception Monday night takes place in the City Hall of
Aarhus (downtown area, marked "Town hall" on city map).
Dept. of Mathematical Science
Ny Munkegade, bldg. 530, 1st floor
Further information about Aarhus can be found at
tour of Aarhus, go to
Travel information can be found at
Hotel accomodation page
- Harry Buhrman (Chair), CWI and U. of Amsterdam.
- David Barrington, U. of Massachusetts.
- Maria Luisa Bonet, UPC Barcelona.
Goldreich, Weizmann Institute of Science.
- Johan Håstad, Royal Institute of Technology, Stockholm.
- Steve Homer, Boston U.
- Ilan Newman, Haifa U.
- Marcus Schaefer, DePaul U.
- Gabor Tardos, Renyi Institute, Budapest
- Nikolai Vereshchagin, Moscow State U.
Miltersen, July 17th, 2002. Last updated April 14th, 2004.