Theoretical computer science


ACM SIGACT or SIGACT is the Association for Computing Machinery Special Interest Group on Algorithms and Computation Theory, whose purpose is support of research in theoretical computer science. It was founded in 1968 by Patrick C. Fischer. (Wikipedia).

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Why Salvia is One of the Strongest Psychedelics on Earth

Salvia, or Salvia Divinorum, is one of the most potent hallucinogenic plants on Earth. It's so powerful it can make you feel like an inanimate object, have an out of body experience, or think your feet are on fire. In fact this plant is so powerful and unique the DEA isn't sure how to reg

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Everything Matters | Silicon | Ron Hipschman | Exploratorium

Thrown from supernovae, silicon is the eighth most abundant element in the universe and second only to oxygen in the Earth’s crust, which is primarily comprised of silicate compounds, including silica (SiO2), or quartz, commonly found in sand. Silica is absorbed by plants and transformed i

From playlist Tales from the Periodic Table

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Stanford Seminar - Harvesting the World's Heat

"Harvesting the World's Heat" - Akram Boukai of Silicium Energy About the talk: Silicium Energy has developed a next-generation thermoelectric platform technology with unprecedented performance designed to revolutionize markets for wearables and IoT. Silicium leverages heat emanating from

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In the world of chemistry, an "organic" compound is often described as anything with carbon in it, and "organic chemistry" is the study of carbon compounds, but there is actually no single definition of what "organic" means in chemistry, and scientists have been arguing about it for a long

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World's Most Powerful Visible Diode Laser

"The NUBM44 Laser Diode" The World's Most Powerful

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Laser printer makes colors without ink

Scientists notch an advance in creating structural colors. Learn more - Read the paper -

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3D printing - with a twist

A rotating nozzle that can print with multiple different materials at the same time has been used to print helix shapes with intriguing properties. The researchers who developed the system have experimented with printing a kind of artificial muscle and with changing the properties a length

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MACHINE SHOP TIPS #24 Acme Threading Part 1 tubalcain

This is part 1 of a 2 part series on cutting an external acme thread on the Clausing lathe. This part covers tool geometry.

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Lecture 26 | Programming Methodology (Stanford)

Help us caption and translate this video on Lecture by Professor Mehran Sahami for the Stanford Computer Science Department (CS106A). Professor Sahami lectures non-standard Java and shows the class a few books he recommends for further readings o

From playlist Course | Programming Methodology

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Vector Bundles in Algebraic Geometry by Poorna Narayanan

ICTS In-house 2022 Organizers: Chandramouli, Omkar, Priyadarshi, Tuneer Date and Time: 20th to 22nd April, 2022 Venue: Ramanujan Hall An exclusive three-day event to exchange ideas and research topics amongst members of ICTS.

From playlist ICTS In-house 2022

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How to Code RL Agents Like DeepMind

DeepMind is known for leading the way in deep reinforcement learning research. Creating novel agents to conquer the most advanced environments requires the use of some sophisticated infrastructure. Fortunately for us mere mortals, they've open sourced their framework for designing deep rei

From playlist Deep Reinforcement Learning Tutorials - All Videos

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Tubalcain discusses different types of screw threads. Part 1 of a 2 part video.

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Anne Broadbent - Information-Theoretic Quantum Cryptography Part 2 of 2 - IPAM at UCLA

Recorded 27 July 2022. Anne Broadbent of the University of Ottawa presents "Information-Theoretic Quantum Cryptography" at IPAM's Graduate Summer School Post-quantum and Quantum Cryptography. Abstract: These lectures are an introduction to the interplay between quantum information and cryp

From playlist 2022 Graduate Summer School on Post-quantum and Quantum Cryptography

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Contract Law 78 V Northern Indiana Public Service Co v Carbon County Coal

V. REMEDIES E. Injunctions and Specific Performance Northern Indiana Public Service Co. v. Carbon County Coal (repudiated coal supply contract) To access case file, copy and paste link into browser -

From playlist American Contract Law

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PSHSummit 2022 - PKI for Mere Mortals by James Ruskin and Stephen Valdinger

PowerShell Summit videos are recorded on a "best effort" basis. We use a room mic to capture as much room audio as possible, with an emphasis on capturing the speaker. Our recordings are made in a way that minimizes overhead for our speakers and interruptions to our live audience. These re

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IDTIMWYTIM: Centrifugal Force

In this edition of IDTIMWYTIM, Hank addresses the so-called centrifugal force, and explains why you really mean centripetal force. Like SciShow on Facebook: Follow SciShow on Twitter: References for this episode: http://www.l

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Symposium on Theory of Computing | Symposium on Parallelism in Algorithms and Architectures | Patrick C. Fischer | Symposium on Principles of Distributed Computing | Symposium on Computational Geometry | Theoretical computer science | Gödel Prize | Symposium on Foundations of Computer Science