take place online
and consist of informal talks dedicated to topics of interest
and related areas. Our goal is for these meetings to
serve as a forum for discussion and quick dissemination of results.
Meetings will not be recorded and
interested in complexity theory is welcome to join.
can join the mailing list
for talk announcements and keep track of them using this calendar. Please
contact Igor Oliveira if you have any questions.
A list of talks from 2020-2021 can be found here. You can also access the complete list of meetings through this website.
posted here shortly before each meeting.
17/November/2022 (Thursday) at 5pm London Time
William Hoza (UC Berkeley) - Recent Progress on Derandomizing Space-Bounded Computation [ Slides ] [ ECCC ]
27/October/2022 (Thursday) at 5pm London Time
Robert Andrews (UIUC) - On Matrix Multiplication and Polynomial Identity Testing [ Slides ] [ arXiv ]
13/October/2022 (Thursday) at 5pm London Time
Zhengzhong Jin (MIT) - Indistinguishability Obfuscation via Mathematical Proofs of Equivalence [ Slides ] [ Abstract ]
15/September/2022 (Thursday) at 5pm London Time
Tom Gur (Warwick) - Worst-Case to Average-Case Reductions via Additive Combinatorics [ Slides ] [ ECCC ]
08/September/2022 (Thursday) at 5pm London Time
Emanuele Viola (Northeastern) - Survey on Correlation Bounds Against Polynomials [ Slides ]
25/August/2022 (Thursday) at 1pm London Time
Shuichi Hirahara (NII, Tokyo) - NP-Hardness of Learning Programs and Partial MCSP [ Slides ] [ ECCC ]
04/August/2022 (Thursday) at 5pm London Time
Hanlin Ren (Oxford) - On the Range Avoidance Problem for Circuits [ Slides ] [ ECCC ]