# Current & Previous Theory Days

The IBM Research|NYU|Columbia Theory Day is a semi-annual conference aimed to bring together people in New York Metropolitan area for one day of interaction and discussion. The Theory Day features several (usually 4-5) hour-long presentations by leading theoretical computer scientists about state-of-the-art advances in various areas. Some presentations give a survey of the latest advances in some area, while others may concentrate on a particular (often ground-breaking!) result. The meeting is free and open to everyone; in particular, students are encouraged to attend.

- Theory Day - December 1, 2017
- Theory Day - April 28, 2017
- Theory Day - December 2, 2016
- Theory Day - April 15, 2016
- Theory Day - November 13, 2015
- Theory Day - April 17, 2015
- Theory Day - April 25, 2014
- Theory Day - November 22, 2013
- Theory Day - May 10, 2013
- Theory Day - November 30, 2012
- Theory Day - May 4, 2012
- Theory Day - November 11, 2011
- Theory Day - May 13, 2011
- Theory Day - November 12, 2010
- Theory Day - May 7, 2010
- Theory Day - Dec 11, 2009
- Theory Day - May 22, 2009
- Theory Day - December 5, 2008
- Theory Day - December 7, 2007
- Theory Day - April 20, 2007
- Theory Day - December 8, 2006
- Theory Day - April 28, 2006
- Theory Day - November 18, 2005
- Theory Day - April 15, 2005
- Theory Day - November 19, 2004
- Theory Day - May 14, 2004
- Theory Day - November 14, 2003
- Theory Day - May 16, 2003
- Theory Day - December 13, 2002
- Theory Day - April 19, 2002
- Theory Day - November 16, 2001
- Theory Day - March 2, 2001

### Details

The Theory Day is held at alternating locations: in the Fall, it's held at NYU (Courant Institute of Mathematical Sciences, 251 Mercer Street, Auditorium 109) and in the Spring it's at Columbia (Davis auditorium, 412 Schapiro CEPSR building).

For directions to Theory Day at NYU, please see our directions page and the NYU campus map (Building 77).

For directions to Theory Day at Columbia, please see here.

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### Hosts:

NYU: Yevgeniy Dodis, dodis at cs.nyu.edu, (212) 998-3084

IBM: Tal Rabin, talr at watson.ibm.com

Baruch Schieber, sbar at watson.ibm.com

Columbia: Tal Malkin, tal at cs.columbia.edu

Rocco Servedio, rooco at cs.nyu.edu

Cliff Stein, cliff at ieor.columbia.edu