2022 Symposium on Foundations of Responsible Computing (FORC)
On June 6–8, the Harvard CMSA will host the 2022 Symposium on Foundations of Responsible Computing (FORC).
The symposium will be held in hybrid format. It will be in-person at Room G10, CMSA, located at 20 Garden Street, Cambridge, MA and also streamed on Zoom Webinar.
The Symposium on Foundations of Responsible Computing (FORC) is a forum for mathematical research in computation and society writ large. The Symposium aims to catalyze the formation of a community supportive of the application of theoretical computer science, statistics, economics, and other relevant analytical fields to problems of pressing and anticipated societal concern.
In-person registration is required. Register here to attend in-person.
Zoom registration is required to receive the webinar link. Register here to attend virtually.
For more information, please see the event webpage: https://cmsa.fas.harvard.edu/2022-forc/
Organizers: Cynthia Dwork, Harvard SEAS | Omer Reingold, Stanford | Elisa Celis, Yale
Isaac Kohane, Harvard Medical School
Caroline Nobo, Yale
Nuria Oliver, Data-Pop Alliance
Sushant Agarwal, University of Waterloo
Hedyeh Beyhaghi, Carnegie Mellon University
Sadia Chowdhury, York University
Aloni Cohen, University of Chicago
Emily Diana, University of Pennsylvania
Elbert Du, Harvard University
Matthew Eichhorn, Cornell University
Badih Ghazi, Google Research
Keegan Harris, Carnegie Mellon University
Shengyuan Hu, Carnegie Mellon University
Mahbod Majid, University of Waterloo
Georgy Noarov, University of Pennsylvania
Rojin Rezvan, University of Texas at Austin
Kunal Talwar, Apple
Giuseppe Vietri, University of Minnesota
Jiayuan Ye, National University of Singapore
Christina Yu, Cornell University
Mingxun Zhou, Carnegie Mellon University
Samson Zhou, Carnegie Mellon University
Tijana Zrnic, University of California, Berkeley