### 3rd International PhD School in Formal Languages and Applications

##### Class Schedule for the First Term

March -- April --
May -- June/July
###### March 22

10-12 Formal Languages: Foundations, Roots, Sources and Applications I
Solomon Marcus (Romanian Academy)

15-17 Formal Languages: Foundations, Roots, Sources and Applications II
###### March 23

10-12 Formal Languages: Foundations, Roots, Sources and Applications III

15-17 Formal Languages: Foundations, Roots, Sources and Applications IV

###### March 24

9-11 Formal Languages: Foundations, Roots, Sources and Applications V

11-13 Formal Languages: Foundations, Roots, Sources and Applications practice

15-17 Formal Languages: Foundations, Roots, Sources and Applications VI

###### March 25

9-11 Formal Languages: Foundations, Roots, Sources and Applications PAPER

11-13 Languages I,
Zoltán Ésik (Rovira i Virgili University)

15-17 Languages II

###### March 26

9-11 Languages III

11-13 Languages PRACTICE

15-17 Languages PAPER

###### March 29

11-13 Introduction to Kolmogorov Complexity and Its Applications (for example, in formal languages and automata) I
Paul Vitányi (University of Amsterdam)

15-17 Introduction to Kolmogorov Complexity and Its Applications (for example, in formal languages and automata) II

17-19 Discrete Mathematics Prerequisites I

###### March 30

9-13 Introduction to Kolmogorov Complexity and Its Applications (for example, in formal languages and automata) PRACTICE + PAPER

17-19 Combinatorics on Words I,
Tero Harju (University of Turku)

19-21 Discrete Mathematics Prerequisites II

###### March 31

11-13 Combinatorics on Words II

15-17 Combinatorics on Words III

17-19 Discrete Mathematics Prerequisites III