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Informatics professor invited plenary speaker

Posted on 30/08/2013
ColinCooper
Professor Colin Cooper, of the Department of Informatics, is an invited plenary speaker at a forthcoming Yandex Research Workshop which will take place in October 2013. Other plenary speakers include Jennifer Chayes and Christian Borgs (Managing Director and Deputy Managing Director, Microsoft Research Labs New England).

The Yandex search engine is the Russian equivalent of Google. Yandex is the primary search engine in many Russian speaking countries, with a 60% market share in Russia itself.

Details of the Workshop on Modern Theory of Random Graphs and Its Applications for Web Modelling can be found online. 

Colin Cooper is a Professor of Theoretical Computer Science and a member of the Algorithms and Bioinformatics group. His research interests include random structures and algorithms, random walks, network search and the structure of large networks and algorithm performance. For further information, contact Professor Colin Cooper (colin.cooper@kcl.ac.uk).

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