The 4th International Joint Conference on Theoretical Computing was successfully held at the University of Macau (UM). Scholars from all over the world, including more than 130 representatives from 6 countries and regions including Thailand, India, Japan, China, and Hong Kong, participated in the event. The conference was co-organized by the China Computer Federation and the Faculty of Science and Technology of UM. With the theme of theoretical computer science, the conference focused on cutting-edge issues in computational economics. Its aim was to explore the development of frontier computational economics and study its innovative and sustainable impact on the global economy.
During the opening speech, Cheng-Zhong Xu, the Dean of the Faculty of Science and Technology of the University of Macau, emphasized the flourishing global significance of theoretical computer science for future development. The conference invited high-level speakers from different countries and regions to deliver presentations, which could contribute to the diversified development of theoretical computer science. Additionally, the conference served as an effective communication platform for scholars and experts worldwide, fostering advancements in computational economics and providing substantial support for innovation and development in related fields.
The joint conference spanned 5 days, combining the 4th International Joint Conference on Theoretical Computer Science (IJTCS) with the 17th Frontiers of Algorithmic Wisdom (FAW) event. The conference successfully invited Prof Xiaotie Deng from Peking University, Prof Jianwei Huang from the Chinese University of Hong Kong (Shenzhen), and Prof Kazuhisa Makino from Kyoto University as keynote speakers. They extensively discussed popular global topics such as blockchain, data correlation, optimization of privacy protection mechanisms, and variable functions, and shared the latest research findings and innovative concepts in the field of computational economics. Furthermore, internationally renowned scholars from various countries and regions presented over 50 cutting-edge reports covering areas such as algorithmic game theory, blockchain, multi-agent reinforcement learning, quantum computing, machine learning theory, machine learning, formal methods, algorithms, and complexity.
As the host for the first time, the University of Macau aimed to strengthen cooperation mechanisms, communication channels, and technical collaborations among universities in different countries and regions through organizing this workshop, and to expand cooperation and development in the international academic community, making contributions to the sustainable development of the global economy.