Open lectures for PhD students in computer science, organized at the University of Warsaw, is a project which aims at broadening the choice of courses by invited courses given by top researchers from all over the world. See here for more information about the project, and here for the list of past courses. Video recordings of some of the lectures can be found at our YouTube channel. You can follow us on Facebook.

The courses planned in this semmester are listed below.

Fall 2021/22 Semester

  1. 25-27.11: Artur Jeż, Word equations, Straight Line Programs, recompression

Spring 2021/22 Semester

  1. 29.03-31.03: Meghyn Bienvenu, Ontology-Mediated Query Answering
  2. 06.04-08.04: Tomasz Trzciński, Deep generative view on continual learning
  3. 21.04-23.04: Tomasz Rembiasz and Juliusz Straszyński, Attention models
  4. 19.05-21.05: Konrad Iwanicki, Eventual Consistency in Distributed Systems
  5. 26.05-28.05: Theodore A. Slaman, Computability Theory, Set Theory and Geometric Measure Theory
  6. Postponed: Artur Czumaj, Modern Parallel Algorithms