Iowa Colloquium on Information, Complexity, and Logic (ICICL) 2:00 p.m., Thursday, October 6th
2243 Noyce Science Center
The central Iowa Colloquium on Information, Complexity, and Logic (ICICL), a collaboration of Iowa State University, Grinnell College, and Drake University, will hold its inaugural meeting this Thursday, October 6, at 2:00 p.m. in 2243 Noyce Science Center at Grinnell College. Jack Lutz will speak on “Algorithmic Information, Plane Kakeya Sets, and Conditional Dimension”.
ICICL will meet roughly monthly, with the meeting site rotating among the three institutions. The November 3 meeting will be at Drake University, with A. Pavan speaking, and the December 1 meeting will be at Iowa State University, with Chris Porter speaking.
The organizers of ICICL are Tim McNicholl (ISU Math), Jack Lutz (ISU Computer Science), A. Pavan (ISU Computer Science), Jim Lathrop (ISU Computer Science), Titus Klinge (Grinnell Computer Science), Joe Mileti (Grinnell Math), Adam Case (Drake Computer Science), and Chris Porter (Drake Math).
Maps to Noyce Science Center and parking at Grinnell are at http://www.grinnell.edu/about/visit/maps and https://www.grinnell.edu/sites/default/files/documents/parking.pdf ISU faculty and students who would like rides to ICICL may contact any of the ISU organizers.