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I-CORE Day 2016

I-CORE Day 2016 is almost here - don't forget to register here!

SYSTOR 2016, June 6-8, Haifa

SYSTOR provides a forum for interaction across the systems and storage community: international, academic, and industrial, for both students and more established members. We solicit high-quality experimental and practical research papers encompassing all aspects of computer systems. Research papers will be published by the ACM.
In addition to research papers, SYSTOR hosts distinguished keynote speakers, highlighted papers from recent top conferences, a poster session, and social and cultural activities.

Combinatorics: Challenges and Applications, January 17-21, 2016, Tel Aviv University

This five day workshop is aimed at bringing together some of the top researchers working in Combinatorics and neighbouring areas such as number theory, coding theory, geometry, probability and theoretical computer science.
We will use this occasion to celebrate the 60th birthday of Noga Alon, who has made numerous pioneering contributions to Combinatorics and has established many deep and surprising connections between Combinatorics and various other branches of mathematics and science in general.

TCC 2016, January 10-13, 2016, Tel Aviv

The Thirteen Theory of Cryptography Conference (TCC 2016-A) will be held in Tel-Aviv, Isreal, from January 10 to 13, 2016, and it will take place at the Yaron Yerushalmi Hall, Suzanne Dellal Center . A welcome reception will take place on Sunday evening (January 10). 


FILOFOCS stands for "French-Israeli Laboratory on Foundations of Computer Science". It is an associated research laboratory (LEA) of the CNRS and Tel-Aviv University, with LIAFA and the School of Computer Science of Tel-Aviv University being the main partners. The annual FILFOCS workshops alternate between France and Israel. In addition to talks by members of the LEA, there are usually talks by French, Israeli, and other invited speakers.
For more information click here.

She Codes in Tel Aviv University

She Codes is a ommunity of female software developers, with currently over 8,000 members.
Their goal is to reach 50% female software developers in the hi-tech industry within a decade.
For more information click here.

I-CORE Day: April 1, 2015, Tel Aviv University

This year's I-CORE Day was held in Beit Ha'Tfutsot, Tel Aviv University and had four parallel tracks, on the following research topics:  
·   Cryptography and Security
·   Computer Networks
·   Algorithmic Game Theory
·   Algorithms and Computation
In addition we had the following joint Plenary Speakers:
Prof. Anupam Gupta (Carnegie Mellon University)

* A conference in honor of Prof. David Harel (Apr. 23-25, 2014)

The term reactive systems was coined in a paper co-authored by David Harel and Amir Pnueli almost three decades ago, to denote systems whose ongoing behavior is focused on reacting to environment-driven events, including, among others, real time software and hardware systems, and models of biological systems. Over the years, much research has been conducted to tackle the challenges associated with the modeling, development and analysis of such systems.

* 30th European Workshop on Computational Geometry (March 3-5, 2014)

The European Workshop on Computational Geometry (EuroCG) is an annual, informal workshop whose goal is to provide a forum for scientists to meet, present their work, interact, and establish collaborations, in order to promote research in the field of Computational Geometry, within Europe and beyond.


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