Welcome!This is the official web site of the Algorithms and Complexity Laboratory (ACLab) of the Department of Computer Science at the University of the Philippines Diliman. ACLab was founded in 2007 by Henry N. Adorna, Professor of Computer Science. ACLab regular members, (under)graduate students, and collaborators conduct investigations on a diverse range of topics, all anchored on a theoretical computer science perspective. Current active research areas include formal models, natural computing, algorithmics for hard problems, bioinformatics, and data analysis and visualization. Recent News and Announcements13 September 2019 All are invited to the following:
Theory Days 2019 Synopsis: Theory Days 2019 celebrates two main reasons: 12 years of Algorithms and Complexity at the Department of Computer Science in UP Diliman, as well as 107 years since the birth of Alan Turing. Theory Days 2019 aims to celebrate both these reasons by providing invited talks under the general theme of discrete mathematics and theoretical computer science and their related practice. Talks and other activities in Theory Days 2019, such as brainstorming or breakout sessions, are largely informal in nature: the main reason is to initiate discussions which may lead to (in)formal collaborations, conference or journal articles, open problems for (under)graduate students and the computing community, or just for fun! Coordinates: 24 to 25 June 2019, 9AM to 5PM, ERDT room, 2nd floor, Alumni Engineers Centennial Hall, College of Engineering, UP Diliman, Quezon city. Web page: More details here: http://aclab.dcs.upd.edu.ph/productions/workshops/theorydays2019 19 June 2018 Theory Days 2018 Synopsis: Theory Days 2018 celebrates two main reasons: 11 years of Algorithms and Complexity at the Department of Computer Science in UP Diliman, as well as 106 years since the birth of Alan Turing, the founder of computer science. Theory Days 2018 aims to celebrate both these reasons by providing invited talks under the general theme of discrete mathematics and theoretical computer science and their related practice. Talks and other activities in Theory Days 2018, such as brainstorming or breakout sessions, are largely informal in nature: the main reason is to initiate discussions which may lead to (in)formal collaborations, conference or journal articles, open problems for (under)graduate students and the computing community, or just for fun! Coordinates: 21 June (9:00 AM  2:45 PM) and 22 June (9:00 AM  5:40 PM) 2018, ERDT Room, 2nd floor, UP Alumni Engineers Centennial Hall (UP AECH), P. Velasquez Street, Diliman, Quezon City, Philippines. Map to venue: Google maps link HERE Registration form: Link to free registration is HERE  "Ten years of Computer Science Theory at UP Diliman" Selected and Recent Publications

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"Ten years of Computer Science Theory at UP Diliman" 