ITCS 2016 will be held at MIT this year Jan 14-16. As in past years, we will hold a "graduating bits" event where students and postdocs that looking for positions can give a short presentation about themselves and their work. This can be a great way to let people know what you've been up to. See http://www.boazbarak.org/
itcs16bits/ for more details.
If you are interested in participating, please send Boaz Barak ( email@example.com ) an email with the subject "Graduating bits" and the following information:
1) Name, Affiliation, status (student/postdoc)
2) Photo of yourself (web quality - no huge files please).
3) A short paragraph (3-4 sentences) about yourself and your research.
4) Homepage URL
5) Your presentation - 4 slides in PDF format, of which the first slide should be a title slide.
There is no deadline per se, but the presentations will be scheduled in the order of submissions so it’s “first comes first served”. I will also maintain a website with the photos and slides of all presenters, which should be a useful resource for anyone looking to hire theoretical computer scientists this year.