Theory Student Seminar
"A classic is something that
everybody wants to have read
and nobody wants to read."
- Mark Twain
About TSS

The Theory Student Seminar (TSS) is a student-run seminar which exists to save theory students time and effort in reading "classic" papers and keeping in touch with active research and open problems in theoretical computer science. We meet once a week, late afternoon, for about an hour in the theory lab. Though the TSS is driven by the graduate students of the theory group, postdocs, students from other areas, and even undergraduates are welcome.

Presentations are given by the body of attendees, though new students are not expected to give a talk during their first term. Some of the most successful presentations were tutorials on topics related to theoretical computer science, from model theory to Chernoff bounds. The TSS is also an appropriate place for practice talks. For a list of previous topics, click here.

The TSS for winter 2022 will be held online over Zoom on Wednesdays at 5:10. If you would like to be added to the mailing list where talk advertisements and abstracts are circulated, email tssadmin [at] cs.toronto.edu.

Winter 2022 schedule
Current organizer: Adrian She
2022 / 04 / 27 Envy-Free Partitions [show abstract] Lily Li and Evi Micha

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