July 29, 2022


The PODC community focuses on theoretical models and tools to understand distributed computing. A challenge is to develop novel and powerful mathematical frameworks that also have impact outside theoretical computer science. The goal of this workshop is to tackle this challenge in the area of distributed computing on networks of different origin.
In the last decades, this area has been flourishing on the theoretical side, and it is meaningful to evaluate the relevance of these results on the practical side, and to give new directions for future research originating from practice.


Marthe Bonamy
Distributed discharging: global guarantees of local behaviors

Marián Boguñá Espinal
A brief introduction to Network Geometry

Silvio Lattanzi
Large Scale Algorithms, Clustering and the MPC model

Yvonne-Anne Pignolet
Catching up on the Internet Computer


Friday, July 29

The speakers include time for questions and a short break.

Start Length Speaker
9:00 0:10 Welcome
9:10 0:50 Marián Boguñá Espinal
10:00 0:30 Coffee Break
10:30 0:50 Yvonne-Anne Pignolet
11:20 0:40 Discussion
12:00 1:30 Lunch Break
13:30 0:50 Marthe Bonamy
14:20 0:50 Silvio Lattanzi
15:10 0:10 Goodbye

Other information

Organizing Commitee

Laurent Feuilloley

Yannic Maus

Alexandre Vigny

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