CSEDays. Theory 2014

Ural Federal University, Ekaterinburg, Russia, August 23 - August 25

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Большая функциональная и информационная нагрузка, разные области знаний, интересные темы, доступность и понятность объяснения,высокий уровень профессионализма.
-- / CSEDays. Theory 2011
August 23
       08:30–09:30 — Registration (Ural University, pr. Lenina, 51)
09:30–10:20 — How fast can you align biological strings? Mario Guarracino
10:30–11:20 — How fast can you align biological strings? Mario Guarracino
11:20–11:40 — Coffee break
11:40–12:30 — Full-text indexes for sequence data and their applications, Gregory Kucherov
12:40–13:30 — Full-text indexes for sequence data and their applications, Gregory Kucherov
13:30–15:00 — Lunch
15:00–15:50 — Applications of automata theory in parsing and machine translation, Andreas Maletti
16:00–16:50 — Applications of automata theory in parsing and machine translation, Andreas Maletti
           17:00 — Welcome reception (Dining-Hall at the university building Turgeneva, 4)
 
August 24
  9:00–9:50 — Avoiding repetitions in words, Narad Rampersad
  10:00–10:50 — Avoiding repetitions in words, Narad Rampersad
10:50–11:10 — Coffee break
11:10–12:00 — How fast can you align biological strings? Mario Guarracino
12:10–13:00 — How fast can you align biological strings? Mario Guarracino
13:00–14:30 — Lunch
14:30–15:20 — Full-text indexes for sequence data and their applications, Gregory Kucherov
15:30–16:20 — Full-text indexes for sequence data and their applications, Gregory Kucherov
16:20–16:40 — Coffee break
16:40–17:30 — Applications of automata theory in parsing and machine translation, Andreas Maletti
17:40–18:30 — Applications of automata theory in parsing and machine translation, Andreas Maletti
18:30 The walking excursion in the historic center of Ekaterinburg (the place of meeting is lobby of the university building Lenina, 51)
 
August 25
  9:00–09:50 — Avoiding repetitions in words, Narad Rampersad
  10:00–10:50 — Avoiding repetitions in words, Narad Rampersad
10:50–11:10 — Coffee break
11:10–12:00 — Full-text indexes for sequence data and their applications, Gregory Kucherov
12:10–13:00 — Full-text indexes for sequence data and their applications, Gregory Kucherov
13:00–14:30 — Lunch
14:30–16:10 — Student talks
16:10–16:30 — Coffee break
16:30–17:20 — Applications of automata theory in parsing and machine translation, Andreas Maletti
17:30–18:20 — Applications of automata theory in parsing and machine translation, Andreas Maletti
18:20–18:30 — Closing