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HLF Review 2016

Schloss Dagstuhl –

Schloss Dagstuhl – Leibniz Center for Informatics sees its mission in furthering world class research in computer science by facilitating communication and interaction between researchers. ♦ The Dagstuhl seminar program attracts the best scientists for 3–5 days to the seclusion of Schloss Dagstuhl for undisturbed, in-depth discussions about hot topics in and around computer science. ♦ Dagstuhl publishing actively promotes and facilitates open-access publishing in computer science. ♦ Dagstuhl bibliographic services leads the support of the computer science bibliography data base dblp, which is heavily used by researchers and decision makers in computer science. For more information visit www.dagstuhl.de. 30

© Ch. Flemming / Lindau Nobel Laureate Meetings Since 1951, Nobel Laureates and young scientists meet in Lindau to discuss the latest findings from medicine & physiology, physics, chemistry, as well as economic sciences. We are delighted that the Klaus Tschira Stiftung has extended this exceptional format to laureates and young scientists in the fields of mathematics and computer sciences. The Lindau Nobel Laureate Meetings would like to send their best wishes for success to the 4th Heidelberg Laureate Forum. Lindau Lecture at the Heidelberg Laureate Forum with Nobel Laureate Brian P. Schmidt on Monday, 19 September 2016 WWW.LINDAU-NOBEL.ORG | BLOG.LINDAU-NOBEL.ORG | MEDIATHEQUE.LINDAU-NOBEL.ORG The 2016 Heidelberg Lecture held by ACM Turing Award Winner Vinton G. Cerf during the 66th Lindau Nobel Laureate Meeting is available in the Lindau Mediatheque. Anzeige HLF v2.indd 1 31.08.2016 15:46:17 31