CCC'23 will be held from July 17–20, 2023 in Warwick, UK. The conference will happen in the Zeeman Building (Mathematics Institute) on the Central Campus
of the University of Warwick.
The university of Warwick is located in the outskirts of Coventry
, UK—in particular, it is not actually in the nearby town of Warwick
! The central campus is also easily accessible from Kenilworth
(15 mins by bus) and Leamington Spa
(30 mins by bus), and members of the university often live in one of these towns. Larger cities such as Birmingham and London can be reached by train
in about 30 and 75 minutes, respectively. Major universities near Warwick include the University of Birmingham and Oxford University.
CCC'23 features a program of 36 talks, including 3 invited talks,
spread over four days. There will be no tutorial day.
program will be made available.
Registration is now open at this link
. The early registration deadline is June 16
and the late registration deadline is July 10
The registration fees are:
£240 (early), £360 (late).
£150 (early), £225 (late).
The registration information is used by the conference
organizers to facilitate communication of registration
confirmation and conference details, and for planning and
running the event. Name, email address, status, and affiliation
are shared with the executive committee of the Computational
Complexity Foundation (CCF). Name and email address are used to
determine the electorate for the CCF Board elections and for
generating the ballots. Status and affiliation are used for
statistics about conference attendance. Individual records are
kept for no more than four years. Statistical data are kept
If you prefer to stay on campus, usually there are rooms available at Radcliffe
, or Arden (all managed by Warwick Conferences
), which are conveniently located within a 5-min walk to the department.
Other options are Coventry, Kenilworth and Leamington Spa. Coventry and Leamington have excellent train connections to London, Oxford, and Birmingham, and offer a variety of cafes and restaurants. Kenilworth is a quieter and older town with fewer restaurants and cafes, but offers a faster commute to Warwick. Check for airbnbs
in these areas.
For more information, please see Accommodation and local restaurants
Students may apply for travel allowances. Please see the application
for more details, and submit your application by the
stated deadline for full consideration.
Some attendees may need a visa to enter the United Kingdom and
participate in the conference. See the UK government visa
to check whether a visa is required and how to obtain
one. If a visa is needed (likely to be
a standard visitor visa
please get in touch with your local consulate as soon as possible;
the process could take up to a couple of months. Please get in touch with the
if you need a letter to obtain your visa.
Arriving in Warwick, UK
has direct flights from most major cities in Europe. BHX has
convenient train connections to Coventry and Leamington Spa, and the trip takes
around 20 minutes.
For long-distance flights, the more common option is to fly into London Heathrow Airport (LHR)
and then take a National Express coach (bus)
to Coventry. London Gatwick Airport (LGW)
also has convenient train connections to Coventry.
Reaching the University of Warwick:
For local transportation, take the Bus 11 to travel from Kenilworth and Leamington Spa to the University. The buses U1 and U2 also run from Leamington Spa to the University. Buses 11 and 12X can be used to travel between the university and Coventry railway station and Bus/Coach Station (Pool Meadow Bus Station).
For more information, please see Getting to the campus.
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President and Secretary of CCF. Mailing list members remain on
the list until they request to be removed or their email
address no longer works. The mailing list receives no more
than a handful of messages per year, which are all
announcements regarding CCC or CCF.
Code of Conduct
The open exchange of ideas and the freedom of thought and
expression are central to the aims and goals of CCC. These
require an environment that recognizes the inherent worth of
every person and group, that fosters dignity, understanding, and
mutual respect, and that embraces diversity. The CCC'23
organizers are committed to providing an environment that is
free of discrimination and harassment, and expect all
participants to honor that commitment.
CCC 2023 is a participant in the SafeTOC initiative. The SafeTOC
volunteers for CCC 2023 are: