A tentative program is now available for the march workshop, see this page. This includes a popular talk (designed for undergraduates) on wednesday, march 23rd, at Ecole Normale Supérieure.
A tentative schedule will soon appear on that page.
The week before, there will be quite a few probabilists around, see that page. They will discuss tools and issues also of interest to computer science or metric geometry. For instance, influences appear in the KKL and Majority is stablest theorems from computer science. They are the key to sharp threshold phenomena (a subject that appears in work by Margulis, in the early 80’s) which are common in probability (percolation…).