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[theory-seminar] Fwd: Graduate student support - St Petersburg/Moscow complexity workshops

Ryan Williams rrwill at
Wed Dec 16 10:55:20 PST 2015

There will be quite a few complexity-related conferences in Russia next
Srping, and opportunities for grad student support to those conferences.
See below.
---------- Forwarded message ----------
From: "Sam Buss" <sbuss at>
Date: Dec 16, 2015 9:45 AM
Subject: Graduate student support - St Petersburg/Moscow complexity
To: "Ryan Williams" <rrwilliams at>

Dear Ryan,
>     We expect to receive NSF travel support for US Ph.D. students to
> attend conferences this spring in St. Petersburg and Moscow, on topics in
> complexity --- see below.  If you know graduate students who would benefit
> from this,  please encourage them to apply.
>      Best, Sam
> -----------------
> St Petersburg/Moscow Workshops in Complexity
> ---------------------------------------------
> Call for Applications for US Student Travel Support
> ---------------------------------------------
> We anticipate receiving NSF travel support available for US Ph.D. students
> to attend the following tutorial and workshops and the associated Special
> Semester on Complexity in St. Petersburg, Russia (April 2016-June 2016).
> Travel awards may include airfare, lodging and local expenses.
> Workshop on Algorithms in Communication Complexity, Property Testing and
>    Combinatorics, Moscow, April 9-13, 2016.
> Workshop on Proof Complexity, St. Petersburg, May 15-20, 2016.
> Workshop on Low-Depth Complexity, St. Petersburg, May 21-25, 2016.
> For more information, see and
> Eligibility: PhD students at US institutions; US students at any
> institution.
> Applications from members of underrepresented groups are encouraged.
> Application deadline: January 11, 2016.
> Application procedure:  Please apply by email to Sam Buss at
> sbuss at,
> with a cc to complexityspb at  Include your name, contact
> information, institution, citizenship/residency, desired dates of
> attendance, name of your Ph.D. advisor, field of study, expected date of
> graduation, and anything else relevant for your application.  Please
> also state funding requirements.  Your Ph.D. advisor should send a
> short statement supporting your application.
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