FIT (Forum Informatyki Teoretycznej) is a Polish theoretical computer science meeting organized on yearly basis since 1991. This year the meeting is organized by the Faculty of Mathematics, Informatics and Mechanics of the University of Warsaw along with the Warsaw Center of Mathematics and Computer Science on July 7-8, 2017 (Friday-Saturday) in Warsaw. FIT 2017 precedes ICALP 2017 (July 10-14) and follows CPM 2017 (July 4-6).
Professor in the Theory of Computation Group, MIT Computer Science and Artificial Intelligence Lab. Winner of the Best Student Paper Award at FOCS (2000), Sloan Fellowship, Packard Fellowship, ACM Paris Kanellakis Award and Simons Investigator Award. ACM Fellow. His interests focus on high-dimensional computational geometry, data stream algorithms, sparse recovery, compressive sensing, and sub-linear algorithms.
Karen Ostrum George Distinguished Service Professor in Computational Engineering and Director of the Ken Kennedy Institute for Information Technology. The winner of Godel Prize (2000), a recipient of three IBM Outstanding Innovation Awards and 2008 ACM Presidential Award, among others. His interests focus on automated reasoning, a branch of Artificial Intelligence with broad applications to computer science.
Assistant Professor at the University of Warsaw, but his alma mater is University of Wroclaw. The co-winner of 2016 Lipski Prize. His interests focus on use of logic in computer science with particular emphasis on modeling knowledge representation in databases.
Assistant Professor at the University of Warsaw. The co-winner of 2016 Lipski Prize. For his doctoral dissertation he received E.W. Beth Dissertation Prize and EATCS Distinguished Dissertation Award. His interests focus on logic and automata theory, especially infinite structures and monadic second-order logic.
Registration site: http://fit2017.mimuw.edu.pl/register
To participate in FIT 2017, you need to register by June 18, 2017.
The conference fee is 215 PLN. Your payment must be completed by June 30, 2017.
Students and faculty affiliated with the University of Warsaw will be paid automatically via an internal transfer.
The FIT 2017 fee covers:
Note: The conference fee does not cover accommodation.
The conference will take place in the University of Warsaw Library at Dobra 56/66. All sessions, coffee breaks, lunches, and a conference dinner will take place at the Library complex.
Centrum Nauki Kopernik metro station (line M2) is located 400m from the conference venue.
105, 118, 127 (line 127 connects the center of Warsaw, including the central railway station, with the conference venue).
We recommend using www.jakdojade.pl to find directions from your hotel.
There is plenty of hotels near the conference venue.
We recommend Bristol for those looking for comfort accommodation.
Sofitel offers solid business-oriented rooms.
A cheaper option is Logos located on the Vistula waterfront.