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Liverpool Algorithms Day (LAD'03) will be held at the Department of Computer Science, University of Liverpool, in Liverpool, on May 30, 2003. LAD'03 is the sequel of LAD'99 that took place in Liverpool in June 1999. The aim of LAD'99 is to gather researchers and students interested in studying and exploration of the theoretical as well as the practical aspects of discrete algorithms.
We expect participants (academics, researchers and students) from various UK
academic sites including: Edinburgh, Glasgow, Loughborough, Leeds, Liverpool,
Leicester, London, and Warwick. However we encourage everyone to invite anybody that
might be interested in attending (giving presentation) at LAD'03.
Most of the presentations will be allocated in 25 minutes slots (including
questions). There will be a number of sessions. One before and a couple
more after lunch. The event begins at 10.00am and it will it is expected
to conclude about 5.30pm.
The program is available from here.
Small Physics Theatre, Chadwick Bldg (42), check also the whole map of the University campus.
|Leszek Gasieniec (chair)||Igor Potapov||Michele Zito|
|email: firstname.lastname@example.org||email: email@example.com||email: firstname.lastname@example.org|
|tel: (+44 151) 794 3686||tel: (+44 151) 794 3693||tel: (+44 151) 794 3705|
|Lucy Mills||Department of Computer Science|
|email: email@example.com||University of Liverpool|
|tel: (+44 151) 794 3670||L69 7ZF, Liverpool, UK|
|fax: (+44 151) 794 3715|
It is advised (but not obligatory) to inform organisers before attending the meeting. Thanks to the generosity of our department there will be no registration fee (lunch and tea, coffee and cookies will be provided).
This is a one day meeting with an assumption that most of the participants will come and leave on the same day. However we will help to arrange accommodation for all who are interested in staying in Liverpool longer. If you wish to do so please contact organisers as soon as possible.
Before travelling to the University of Liverpool, you may consult the maps of the University and the region available from here.
Well being and comfort of LAD participants is our top priority, i.e., email access, space for discussion, tea/coffee/cookie access will be provided. Please do not hesitate to ask any questions/suggestions that you may have.