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For its third edition, the Innovations in Computer Science conference becomes Innovations in Theoretical Computer Science, gains ACM sponsorship, and moves from Beijing to Boston. Your submissions are due by August 7.

Four women, including one of our own, talk to Gina Kolata about their lives. Tal Rabin gives the impression of being the happiest of the four.

When I decided to move, I was very impressed by Stanford’s computer science department’s plan to hire a new complexity theorist every other year, so that the department would be entirely composed of complexity theorists by 2100.

So far we are on track, and I am very excited to welcome our new colleague Ryan Williams.



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