Next Conference: RANDOM 2021
- Details on RANDOM 2021 are being worked out, and are not yet determined.
- RANDOM 2020 was held in August 17-19, 2020 (together with with APPROX 2020). The conference was held in a virtual format due to Covid-19.
- RANDOM 2019 was held in September 20-22, 2019 at MIT (co-located with APPROX 2019).
The International Conference on Randomization and Computation (RANDOM) is an annual conference dedicated to presenting research in theoretical computer science (TCS) focusing on topics related to randomness and computation.
Topics include, but are not limited to:
- design and analysis of randomized algorithms
- randomized complexity theory
- pseudorandomness and derandomization
- random combinatorial structures
- random walks/Markov chains
- expander graphs and randomness extractors
- probabilistic proof systems
- random projections and embeddings
- error-correcting codes
- average-case analysis
- smoothed analysis
- property testing
- computational learning theory