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The 3rd Eastern Great Lakes Theory of Computation Workshop

Dates: October 9 and 10, 2010

Location: Center for Tomorrow, University at Buffalo North Campus.

This workshop will be an opportunity for researchers in theory of computation within a few hours driving distance to Buffalo to interact. Talks will begin after lunch Saturday afternoon, October 9, and the event will end after lunch Sunday, October 10.

The First Eastern Great Lakes Theory of Computation workshop was held on September 6 and 7, 2008 and the Second Eastern Great Lakes Theory of Computation workshop was held on October 3 and 4, 2009.



The workshop will feature talks by the speakers above and a graduate student hour. Here is the (tentative) schedule.

Graduate Student Hour

Like last year, we will again have a graduate student hour.

On Saturday, October 9, there will be short talks by graduate students from 5-6pm. We will have at most three talks of equal duration in one hour. Preference will be given to students who will graduate by summer of 2011. If you are interested, please email the following information to atri "at" buffalo.edu:

  1. Name.
  2. School.
  3. Expected graduation month.
  4. Advisor.
  5. Research focus.
  6. Title and (short) abstract of the proposed talk.

If we receive more than three proposals, the organizing committee will pick three speakers. Our goal will be to have a diverse set of talks, both in research topics and geographical representation.

The deadline for sending in your nominations is September 8, 2010 and the list of speakers will be finalized by September 10, 2010.

We will cover the registration fees and offer accommodation on a shared basis to all the student speakers.

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The registration fees is $60. This will cover Saturday lunch, Sunday breakfast and lunch and all refreshments during breaks (Saturday dinner is not included). To register online, click here. The deadline for registration is September 30, 2010 October 3, 2010.
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Cancellation Policy: Cancellation requests received on or before September 30, 2010 are fully refundable less a processing fee of $10. There will be no refunds after September 30, 2010. All cancellation requests must be in writing via email to cse-eagl "at" buffalo.edu.


The workshop is reserving a block of rooms at the Hotel Indigo. These rooms are being held at a first-come-first-serve basis till September 12, 2010. The rooms charges are $99 per night (+tax) for rooms with two beds. This rate is guaranteed until the cutoff date unless the block fills prior to that. To make your reservations, please call (716) 689-4414 and mention that you are with the UB EaGL Workshop to avail the special room rate. (Be sure to pronounce "EaGL" as "Eagle.")

Like the second EaGL, the workshop is going to be at the Center for Tomorrow, which is walking distance from the hotel.

Unfortunately, the workshop coincides with UB Homecoming, so many hotels in the area are either booked up or almost booked up. If you plan to come, please book your rooms ASAP so that if needed we can look into expanding the room block (possibly at another hotel).


There will ample free parking for EaGL attendees at the Center for Tomorrow (the parking lot is right across the Center for Tomorrow building and is called Center for Tomorrow lot). For your convenience here is a link to the UB north campus map: Center for Tomorrow is in the south-west corner (building number 53) and the Hotel Indigo is also in the south-east corner of the map (it is not shown on the map but it is at the intersection of Maple Rd and Flint Rd). You can also just walk to the Center for Tomorrow.


The 3rd Eastern Great Lakes Theory of Computation Workshop is made possible by the generous sponsorship of


Here is a link to the most comprehensive listing of restaurants in Buffalo. Advance reservations are recommended for most restaurants on Saturday evening.



Please email cse-eagl "at" buffalo.edu.