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5th anniversary of Swedish Summer School in Computer Science

Published Sep 07, 2018

In August there was the 5th anniversary of the Swedish Summer School in Computer Science at Djurönäset in Stockholm archipelago.

In August there was the 5th anniversary of the Swedish Summer School in Computer Science, a week of intensive seminars and with two world-leading researchers present at Djurönäset in Stockholm archipelago. The Swedish Summer School in Computer Science brings together doctoral students and postdoctoral researchers from all over the whole world.

The lecturers were Ronald de Wolf from CWI in Amsterdam, a world-leading scientist on quantum calculations, and Oded Regev from NYU in New York, who was the leading researcher whithin the study of cryptographic systems that would remain safe even if it was possible to build efficient quantum computers. Research which Oded Regev recently received the Gödel Prize for.
 
Read more about the summer school at: s3cs.eecs.kth.se