Continuing the strong connections between the Swansea Theoretical Computer Science group and the Association Computability in Europe, Arno Pauly just joined the executive committee of the association. Arnold Beckmann is also involved in the aCiE governance, serving on its council.
Our PhD student Tonicha Crook attended her first CIE conference and gave an interesting talk on The Weihrauch degree of finding Nash Equilibria in multiplayer games.
First CiE conference this year was great and full of interesting talks! Happy to have been part of the informal presentations. Hopefully next year I can meet everyone in person @AssociationCiE @AimlaCcommunity pic.twitter.com/CboAATtgYh
— Tonicha Crook (@TonichaCrook) July 2, 2020