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2022 events

Computer Science Seminar Series

Wednesday 4 May 2022

Do you think you understand what Free and Open Source Software (FOSS) are? What are the Four Freedoms of software, and why are they so fundamental and controversial? What are all the different licenses for, and why would I want to use one over another? How do companies make money out of giving away software? And why is all of this the fault of a malfunctioning Xerox printer in 1980? This two-part session aims to answer all of these questions and more!

International Women's Day Celebration in Computer Science

Friday 18 March 2022

Join us for a celebration of women working in computer science.

One Day Open Symposium on Human Computer Interaction and User Experience

Thursday 17 March 2022

This event is for everyone interested in human-computer interaction and user experience.

Dependable Real-Time Systems: The Past, The Current and The Future

Wednesday 16 March 2022

Join us in the Ron Cooke Hub for Professor Iain Bate's inaugural lecture.

Trust & Governance for Autonomous Vehicle Deployment

Wednesday 26 January 2022

Professor Philip Koopman joins us to discuss trust and governance for autonomous vehicles.

Digital Creativity Speaker Series: Sol Rogers - Magnopus

Tuesday 25 January 2022

Join Sol Rogers, Global Director of Innovation at Magnopus, Chairman of BAFTA's Immersive Entertainment Advisory Group, and Chairman of Immerse UK to hear about some of the exciting projects and new developments in the field of immersive experiential media.