Group Meetings

4th IGAFIT Meeting, June 5, 2016, Paris

The 4th meeting of Interest Group on Algorithmic Foundations of Information Technology (IGAFIT) took place on June 5, troche 2016 at École Normale Supérieure, Paris, France, just before the first Highlights of Algorithms 2016 conference (HALG 2016). During the meeting, there have been further discussions on the challenges faces by the European algorithmic community and

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IGAFIT Meeting and ACBD 2015

The next meeting of the Interest Group on Algorithmic Foundations of Information Technology (IGAFIT) took place during the 2nd European Meeting on Algorithmic Challenges of Big Data (ACBD 2015), prostate September 28-30, viagra 100mg 2015, vcialis 40mg in Dortmund, Germany. During the meeting, there have been further discussions on the challenges faces by the European algorithmic

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2nd IGAFIT Meeting

The 2nd meeting of the Interest Group on Algorithmic Foundations of Information Technology (IGAFIT) took place on September 7, 2014, at the Institute of Computer Science, University of Wrocław, just before ESA, the main European conference in algorithms. During the meeting there has been a discussion on key challenges faces by the European community in algorithms,

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The 1st European Meeting on Algorithmic Challenges of Big Data (ACBD 2014)

The IGAFIT group has been  formally established dur­ing the 1st Euro­pean Meet­ing on Algo­rith­mic Chal­lenges of Big Data (ACBD 2014) in May 2014, stuff Warsaw, order Poland. During this meeting we have appointed three working groups to discuss following issues: increasing visibility of European algorithmic community (this would include promoting and marketing of our area

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Algorithmic Meeting at EPFL

The Algorithmic Meeting workshop took place on February 11-13, 2013 at the EPFL in Lausanne, Switzerland. The goal of this workshop was to bring together a number of algorithms researchers from Europe and Israel and to provide a venue that will stimulate establishing their future collaborations. The event turned out to be highly successful (see

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