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Since 1989, I have organized workshops related to complexity theory at Bellairs Research Institute of McGill University in Holetown, St. James, Barbados. Every winter, a small selected group of senior researchers and graduate students is invited to spend a week at Bellairs Institute to hear a series of lectures on a selected topic and discuss open problems in the area. These workshops have always been quite successful and much international research collaboration has originated in these meetings. Here is a list of the topics and guest lecturers over the years:

- 1989 : Circuit Complexity
- 1990 : Circuit Complexity (M. Sipser, MIT)
- 1991 : Logic and Complexity (P. Clote, Boston College)
- 1992 : Circuit Lower Bounds : the polynomial method (R. Beigel, Yale University)
- 1993 : Communication Complexity (N. Nisan, Hebrew University of Jerusalem)
- 1994 : Derandomization and Universal Hashing (A. Widgerson, Hebrew University of Jerusalem) (Lecture Notes)
- 1995 : Proof Theory and Complexity (S. Buss, UCSD) (Lecture Notes)
- 1996 : Around the PCP Theorem (S. Arora, Princeton University) (Lecture Notes)
- 1997 : Cellular Automata
- 1998 : Randomness in Complexity (S. Rudich, Carnegie-Mellon)
- 1999 : Learning (M. Kearns, AT&T)
- 2000 : Fourier Transforms in Computer Science (U. Vazirani, Berkeley)
- 2001 : Extractors and Randomness (L. Trevisan, Berkeley)
- 2002 : Selected topics
- 2003 : Constraint Satisfaction, Complexity, and Logic (Phokion G. Kolaitis, UCSC)
- 2004 : Finite metric spaces and low dimensional embeddings (Nati Linial, Hebrew University of Jerusalem) (Lecture Notes)
- 2005 : Lower Bounds for Algebraic Circuits (Ran Raz, Weizmann Institute) (Lecture notes)
- 2006 : Error-correcting codes and Computational Complexity (Madhu Sudan, MIT) (Lecture notes)
- 2007 : Rings and Integer Lattices in Computer Science (Manindra Agrawal, IIT Kanpur) (Lecture notes)
- 2008 : Elliptic Curves (Renée Schoof, Università di Roma "Tor Vergata") (Lecture notes)
- 2009 : Data Stream Algorithms (S. Muthu Muthukrishnan) (Lecture notes)
- 2010 : Additive Combinatorics and Group Representation (Ben Green, Avi Wigderson) (Lecture notes)
- 2011 : Information Theory in Computational Complexity and Discrete Mathematics (Michael Saks)
- 2012 : Analysis of Boolean Functions (Ryan O'Donnell) (Lecture notes)
- 2013 : Lattices and Lattice-Based Cryptography (Oded Regev)
- 2014 : Differential Privacy (Salil Vadhan) (Lecture notes)
- 2015 : Information, Communication Complexity, and Interactive Coding (Mark Braverman)
- 2016 : The Complexity of Quantum States and Transformations: From Quantum Money to Black Holes (Scott Aaronson) (Lecture notes)
- 2017 : Complexity in Economics and Game Theory (Tim Roughgarden) (Lecture notes)
- 2018 : Tools from Additive Combinatorics (Timothy Gowers)

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