Welcome to the Institute for Algorithms and Complexity

The Institute for Algorithms and Complexity is a research institute of TUHH - Hamburg University of Technology. It researches the design and development of efficient algorithmic methods for the solution of important computational problems with impact in business, engineering, the social sciences, and beyond. It offers undergraduate and graduate education in the fields of algorithms, computational complexity, and mathematical optimization to the students of TUHH.

Upcoming and recent activities

  • 1 July 2021, 10.30am CEST: Prof. Mnich presents the institute's research on fundamental algorithms for machine learning at the Machine Learning in Engineering 2021 Workshop.
  • 14/21 June 2021, 5pm CEST: Prof. Mnich presents the institute's research on fundamental algorithms for machine learning at the MLE Research Colloquium.
  • 2 December 2020, 1pm CET: Prof. Mnich presents the institute's research on designing efficient vaccination and quarantine strategies in wake of the Corona pandemic. Hosted in the DASHH Hamburg COVID-19 series.
  • 2 September 2020, 9.45am CEST: Prof. Mnich presents the paper "Hitting Long Directed Cycles is Fixed-Parameter Tractable" at HALG: Highlights of Algorithms 2020

Latest publications from the Institute for Algorithms and Complexity

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