Bergen paper accepted to STOC 2010
Two young researchers from Bergen, a PhD student and a recently graduated PhD, have a paper accepted at this year's STOC conference.
The STOC (Symposium on Theory of Computing) conference is one of the two most prestigious conferences in the world in the field of theoretical computer science, and the competition to have a paper accepted is extremely tough. Daniel Lokshtanov, who received his PhD last semester, and Jesper Nederlof, a PhD student, both from the Algorithms research group at the Department of informatics, have a joint paper accepted to this year's STOC. This is the second paper from Norway to have ever been accepted to a STOC confence.