Bringing Together the World's Leading Researchers and Scholars in Theoretical Computer Science
The Simons Institute for the Theory of Computing is an exciting new venue for collaborative research in theoretical computer science. Established on July 1, 2012 with a grant of $60 million from the Simons Foundation, the Institute is housed in Calvin Lab, a dedicated building on the UC Berkeley campus. Its goal is to bring together the world's leading researchers in theoretical computer science and related fields, as well as the next generation of outstanding young scholars, to explore deep unsolved problems about the nature and limits of computation.
Workshops / Symposia
Call for Proposals
The following graduate courses on campus may be of interest to participants in our Spring programs:
Berkeley students may sign up to take these courses for credit.
The competition for Simons-Berkeley Research Fellowships for academic year 2014-15 is now concluded. The call for applications for 2015-16 will be published in Fall 2014.