We are holding a workshop on algorithms for data summarization (streaming, sampling, sketching, sublinear algorithms and more) at the University of Warwick, UK in March 2018 (19th - 22nd March).
The format of the workshop will be talks from experts, with plenty of opportunities for discussion and collaboration. We will be inviting participants to give a talk on their area. Accommodation and most meals will be provided, supported by European Research Council (Grant Agreement No 647557) under the European Union's Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme and EPSRC (Grant Ref: EP/N011163/1) research funding.
Accommodation and talks are at Scarman House, a dedicated conference centre on campus at University of Warwick. For travel arrangements, the nearest airport is Birmingham (BHX) however other major hubs e.g. London Heathrow (LHR) and other London airports are 2-3 hours away. Please note that University of Warwick is located on the outskirts of the city of Coventry, and not the town of Warwick.
Speakers have received invitations by now. Additional places are limited, but some may be available for early career researchers (advanced PhD students and Postdocs). Please email Lynn McLean email@example.com to enquire.
Arrival day will be Sunday 18th March, with the formal programme commencing on Monday 19th March and concluding mid afternoon on Thursday 22nd March.
The following is an outline schedule. We anticipate making some minor changes to this program, but are unlikely to change the overall shape.