University of York, Department of Computer Science

Seminar Series Summer 2003

All Seminars are on Wednesdays at 2:00pm in CS103 unless otherwise indicated.


Select below for more details on individual seminars:

  • 30 April, No seminar (speaker cancellation)

  • 7 May, Slot available
  • 14 May, Dimitar Kazakov (University of York)
    "Evolving Social Behaviour and Language in a Multi-Agent System"
  • 21 May, Philip Hargrave (Nortel Networks)
    "Communication Networks: The Way Ahead"
    Visit hosted by Alan Burns.
  • Tuesday, 27 May, 14:15, Jeffrey Joyce (Univ. of British Columbia)
    "Identifying Hazards in Safety-related Systems"
    Visit hosted by John McDermid.
  • 4 June, John Hooker (Carnegie-Mellon University, USA)
    Distinguished Lecturer in Computer Science
    "Integrating Constraint Programming and Integer Programming"
    Visit hosted by Alan Frisch.
  • Thursday, 5 June, John Hooker (Carnegie-Mellon University, USA)
    Distinguished Lecturer in Computer Science
    "Cross-Cultural Ethics"
    Visit hosted by Alan Frisch.
  • 11 June, Roger Boyle (University of Leeds)
    "Who Shall We Put on the Postage Stamp?"
    Visit hosted by Alan Frisch.
  • 18 June, No seminar (examining)
  • 25 June, No seminar (examining)
  • Tuesday, 29 July, Rance Cleaveland (State Univ. of New York at Stony Brook and Reactive Systems, Inc.)
    "Validating Embedded Software Using Reactis"
    Visit hosted by Gerald Luettgen


  • Seminar Organiser:

    Alan Frisch
    +44 1904 43 2745
    alan.frisch@cs.york.ac.uk



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