Computability, Complexity, and Randomness 2020 (CCR 2020) and its satellite Leeds Computability Days 2020 (LCD 2020) will take place in June and July 2020. LCD 2020 will be held at the University of Leeds in Leeds, UK during 24–26 June 2020. CCR 2020 will be held at the Isaac Newton Institute for Mathematical Sciences in Cambridge, UK during 29 June – 3 July 2020.
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This page mostly contains information about LCD 2020. For further information about CCR 2020, including registration, please visit the CCR 2020 website at https://www.newton.ac.uk/event/sasw09. The deadline for registering for CCR 2020 is 29 March 2020.
The Association for Symbolic Logic sponsors both LCD 2020 and CCR 2020. Students may apply for student travel awards to attend the meetings. To apply, you must be a member of the ASL, and you must submit your application three months prior to the start of the meetings. Please visit https://aslonline.org/student-travel-awards/ for further information and application instructions.
Students wishing to attend both meetings may apply with a single application containing separate paragraphs indicating why it is important to attend each meeting, separate estimates of the travel expenses for each meeting, and the total estimated expense.
The invited speakers for LCD 2020 include:
The organizing committee for LCD 2020 and CCR 2020 is:
LCD 2020 will be held in:
Lecture Theatre D
University of Leeds
To find Chemistry Lecture Theatre D, go through the main doors of the Chemistry Building on Woodhouse Lane. Lecture Theatre D is ahead to the left. (Map)
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