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Theory Days 2019 @ACLab

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. Theory Days @ACLab has previously been held in 2018, 2017, and 2011.

Talks and other activities in Theory Days 2019, such as brainstorming or break-out 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:

http://aclab.dcs.upd.edu.ph/productions/workshops/theorydays-2019

Some fotos during Theory Days 2019 HERE.

Programme

Day 1: 24 June 2019 (Monday)

Time

Activity

Details




09:00AM to 09:30AM

Registration

Free registration




09:30AM to 09:40AM

Opening remarks for Theory Days and Day 1

by Henry Adorna




09:40AM to 10:05AM

talk: A Decade of Membrane Computing in the Philippines: From Seville to Quezon City

by Henry Adorna




10:05AM to 10:30AM

talk: Improved Normal Form of Spiking Neural P Systems with Structural Plasticity

by Ivan Macababayao




10:30AM to 10:55AM

Coffee break

Free




10:55AM to 11:20AM

talk: Workflow models for One Health

by Jasmine Malinao




11:20AM to 11:45AM

talk: Homogenous Spiking Neural P System with Structural Plasticity

by Ren Tristan Dela Cruz




11:45AM to 01:00PM

Lunch break

*Various options available around the venue




01:00PM to 01:25PM

talk: Problems and opportunities at STAMINA4Space Program

by Romer Kristi Aranas




01:25PM to 01:50PM

talk: *Using GPUs to Manage Runtime for the Growing Modules and Complexity of Operational Nowcast Systems

by Evan Carlos




01:50PM to 02:15PM

Open forum or discussions




02:15PM to 02:40PM

talk: Staggered Parallel STFT

by Alfonso Labao




02:40PM to 03:05PM

talk: A Sample Curriculum for Data Science

by Jaime Caro




03:05PM to 03:30PM

Closing remarks for Day 1

by Jaime Caro




03:30PM to 04:00PM

ACLab meeting

Day 2: 25 June 2019 (Tuesday)

Time

Activity

Details




09:00AM to 09:30AM

Registration

Free registration




09:30AM to 09:40AM

Opening remarks of Day 2

by Francis George Cabarle




9:40AM to 10:05AM

talk: *Some Research Updates in ACLab and Neural P Systems

by Francis George Cabarle




10:05PM to 10:30AM

talk: Data Structures for Big Data

by Jhoirene Clemente




10:30AM to 10:55AM

talk: Computational Complexity of the 2-Tree-Poset Cover Problem

by Ivy Ordanel




10:55AM to 11:20AM

talk: Evolving Spiking Neural P Systems Framework: Using Genetic Algorithm to find SNP systems

by Joseph Chua




11:20AM to 11:45AM

*Spiking neural P systems in graphics processing units

Jym Paul Carandang




11:45AM to 01:00PM

Lunch break

*Various options available around the venue




01:00PM to 01:25PM

talk: Minimum Connected Dominating Sets in Protein-Protein Networks

by Jean Malolos




01:25PM to 01:50PM

talk: *Solving SAT in dP Active Membranes using the Gazdag Method

by Kelvin Buño




01:50PM to 02:15PM

talk: On the Complexity of Pure-Strategy Nash Equilibria in Congestion Games

by Ryan Paul Gozum




02:15PM to 02:40PM

talk: An Introduction to Crystallographic Characterization of Patterned Philippine Indigenous Artifacts

by Herbie Villafranca




02:40PM to 03:05PM

Coffee break

Free




03:05PM to 03:30PM

Reaffirming the Importance of Theoretical Computer Science

Jan Michael Yap




03:30PM to 03:45PM

Closing remarks for Theory Days and Day 2

by Jan Michael Yap




03:45PM to 04:15PM

ACLab meeting

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