The conference that shares its namesake with this blog has announced their accepted papers. The 27th Conference on Computational Complexity itself will be held in Porto, Portugal June 26-29. If you go, stop by England on the way and celebrate the 100th anniversary of Turing's birth (June 23) in either Cambridge or Manchester.
Lots of great papers accepted to the conference. For biased reasons I like Limits on Alternation-Trading Proofs for Time-Space Lower Bounds by Sam Buss and Ryan Williams. They give some compelling logical reasons why we've hit the limit of current techniques in proving time-space tradeoffs for Satisfiability. Alon, Shpilka and Umans found connections between Sunflowers and Matrix Mulitplication. Finally a plug for my student Josh Grochow's first Complexity paper Matrix Lie Algebra Isomorphism.