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ERa — A Practical Approach to Parallel Construction of Suffix Trees

Alejandro López-Ortiz visiting Ljubljana

Alejandro López-Ortiz

LUSY, FRI, UNI-LJ will be hosting Alejandro López-Ortiz and his post-doctoral student Daniela Maftuleac from March 1st to March 31st 2014.  Alejandro López-Ortiz is a professor at the School of Computer Science at the University of Waterloo.  His research interests include search engine algorithms, internet tomography, data streams, video on demand, paging, and constraint programming.

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Doctoral Consortium at Druskininkai, Lithuania

In the first week of December Andrej Brodnik, Nataša Kristan and Radovan Krajnc participated in the 4th International Doctoral Consortium On Informatics and Informatics Engineering Education Research in Lithuania. Doctoral Consortium was orginized by Valentina Dagiene. It was intended for doctoral students in Computer Science Education field, where they worked with foreign professors.

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LALGinar: Matevž Jekovec - Efficient suffix tree construction

On Thursday, 7th November 2013 at 14:00, Matevž Jekovec will revise Ukkonen's online suffix tree construction algorithm in linear time and present the current state-of-the-art parallel Elastic Range algorithm.

Robert Fraser visiting Ljubljana

University of Ljubljana, Faculty of Computer and Information Science and LUSY are hosting Robert Fraser from Sunday 27th until Monday 28th October 2013. Robert is currently a post-doc at University of Manitoba, Canada. His main research field is computational geometry.

Nodari Sitchinava visiting Ljubljana

University of Ljubljana, Faculty of Computer and Information Science and LUSY are hosting Nodari Sitchinava from Wednesday 16. october until Friday 18. october 2013.

Accepted papers of laboratory members at MATCOS13 and VIVID13

The following papers were accepted by the members of LUSY to the internetional conference MATCOS13:

Andrej Brodnik's paper accepted to ESA 2013!

The article titled "The Encoding Complexity of Two Dimensional Range Minimum Data Structures" by Gerth Stølting Brodal, Pooya Davoodi and Andrej Brodnik was accepted to this year's ESA 2013.

ESA (European Symposium on Algorithms) is a one of the premier conferences on algorithms. Out of 304 submitted papers, only 69 were accepted this year.

Congratulations to the authors!

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