From the organizers:
We are organizing a workshop on Sublinear Algorithms at MIT on June 11-13,
as part the MIT Institute for Foundations of Data Science (MIFODS).
The goal of the workshop is to bring together experts in various areas of
Computer Science, Electrical Engineering, Statistics and Mathematics who
study methods of analyzing data with sublinear constraints. It is hoped
that the multidisciplinary nature of the workshop will highlight common
goals and themes, as well as to facilitate an interchange of technical
ideas that may be of use more widely than previously thought.
The workshop will be preceded by a one day bootcamp on June 10, with the
goal of presenting the basic techniques, definitions and goals in several
of the communities.
The workshop is open to the public, and we hope you will join us!
In addition, there will be a poster session for students and postdocs
to share their work with the community (if interested in presenting
a poster, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org).
For more information on the workshop topics, speakers, schedule and
other logistics, please see:
All the best,
David Gamarnik, Piotr Indyk, Philippe Rigollet, Ronitt Rubinfeld, Devavrat Shah, Madhu Sudan, Rachel Ward, Yihong Wu
p.s. Following the sublinear workshop, the 2nd WoLA (Workshop on Local Algorithms)
will be held on June 14,15 at the same venue. Please see
for more information.