Skip to main content Skip to navigation

Department Events

The department runs a variety of seminars, workshops and colloquia. See upcoming events below. You are also welcome to sign up to the seminar mailing list.

For visiting the department, see the map of campus, directions, and accommodation recommendations.
(Be reminded that the University of Warwick is not, surprisingly, located in the town of Warwick.)


Select tags to filter on
  Jump to any date

Search calendar

Enter a search term into the box below to search for all events matching those terms.

Start typing a search term to generate results.

How do I use this calendar?

You can click on an event to display further information about it.

The toolbar above the calendar has buttons to view different events. Use the left and right arrow icons to view events in the past and future. The button inbetween returns you to today's view. The button to the right of this shows a mini-calendar to let you quickly jump to any date.

The dropdown box on the right allows you to see a different view of the calendar, such as an agenda or a termly view.

If this calendar has tags, you can use the labelled checkboxes at the top of the page to select just the tags you wish to view, and then click "Show selected". The calendar will be redisplayed with just the events related to these tags, making it easier to find what you're looking for.

Thu 12 Oct, '23
Complexity Seminar: Ian Mertz (Warwick)
Thu 19 Oct, '23
Complexity Seminar: Noam Mazor (Cornell Tech)

Kolmogorov Comes to Cryptomania: On Interactive Kolmogorov Complexity and Key-Agreement

Thu 26 Oct, '23
Complexity Seminar: Lijie Chen (UC Berkeley)

Derandomization vs Refutation: A Unified Framework for Characterizing Derandomization

Thu 16 Nov, '23
Complexity Seminar: Susanna F. de Rezende (Lund)
Thu 23 Nov, '23
Complexity Seminar: Hanlin Ren (Oxford)
Thu 30 Nov, '23
Complexity Seminar: Or Meir (Haifa)

Toward Better Depth Lower Bounds: A KRW-like Theorem for Strong Composition

Thu 7 Dec, '23
Complexity Seminar: Mikito Nanashima (Tokyo Tech)

Learning in Pessiland via Inductive Inference