The Buenos Aires Semester in Computability, Complexity and Randomness was an international gathering of Mathematicians and Computer Scientists occurring during the first half of 2013.

The focus was on topics in Computability Theory, Randomness, Computable Structures and Reverse Mathematics, with eyes open for conceptual and practical computational applications.

The activities consisted of a graduate-level course, a weekly seminar on topics to be covered in-depth over the period of the program, and a weekly seminar on individual research interests and related open problems. Most of the schedule was open for small-group research.

Participation in the Semester could be scheduled for any period of time between a week and the six months. Seven senior researchers and eight graduate students participated in the full program, which counted with a total of 45 participants from 15 countries.

Poster in A5 paper .pdf

Final Report .pdf

Sponsored by National Science Foundation, The Marsden Fund, The Packard Foundation, The Simons Foundation, John Templeton Foundation. Ministerio de Ciencia Tecnología e Innovación Productiva, CONICET, INFINIS Laboratoire Internationale Associé, Universidad de Buenos Aires.

As an extra activity we organized the projection of Codebreaker, the drama-documentary about Alan Turing, in a unique function April 10th, 2013, at 6pm. More here