Centre for Discrete Mathematics and Theoretical Computer Science


 

 

Welcome to CDMTCS, a joint venture involving the School of Computer Science and the Mathematics and Philosophy Departments of The University of Auckland in New Zealand. CDMTCS was founded in 1995 to support basic research on the interface between mathematics and computing, to foster research and development in these areas within the South Pacific region, and to create links between researchers in that region and their counterparts in the rest of the world.

News and Events

Award 2022

Hugh Parsons has received the Butcher Award for Theoretical Computer Science (2022).

Marsden Fund Award 2023

Ninh Pham was awarded a Marsden Fund Grant for the project "Federated Nearest Neighbour Search: Theory and Practice".

UCNC 2023

The 20th International Conference on Unconventional Computation and Natural Computation will be held in University of North Florida, Jacksonville, Florida, USA on March 13-17, 2023. Submission webpage.

Award 2022

José Manuel Agüero Trejo has received the "Best Paper Winner 1" in the School of Computer Science in 2021 for the joint paper with his PhD supervisor Cris Calude, A New Quantum Random Number Generator Certified by Value Indefiniteness, Theoretical Computer Science 862 (2021), 3--13 .

Fellowship 2021

Cris Calude was elected Fellow of the Asia-Pacific Artificial Intelligence Association (2021).

Award 2021

Cris Calude and Bakh Khoussainov have received the EATCS Nerode Award (2021) for the paper C. S. Calude, S. Jain, B. Khoussainov, W. Li, F. Stephan. Deciding parity games in quasi-polynomial time, SIAM J. Comput., (2020) STOC17-152--STOC17-188.

UCNC 2021

The 19th International Conference on Unconventional Computation and Natural Computation was held in Aalto University, Espoo, Finland on October 18-22, 2021. Submission webpage.

Award 2021

Nguyet Tran and Michael J. Dinneen have received the Best paper award INTERNATIONAL SYMPOSIUM ON GEOMETRY AND VISION (ISGV 2021) for "Close Euclidean Shortest Path Crossing an Ordered 3D Skew Segment Sequence".


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