Departmental Seminar Series
All Seminars are on Wednesdays at 2:00pm in CS103 unless otherwise indicated.
Select below for more details on individual seminars.
Friday, 27 April, 2:00pm, Ed Gibson (Microsoft)
" Computing 'Environment':
It's more than Binary Code - It's About Criminals!"
2 May, Joe Sventek (Univeristy of Glasgow)
"Design, Implementation and Adaptation of Sensor Networks
through Multidimensional Co-Design"
Visit hosted by Alan Burns.
9 May, Guillem Bernat (University of York)
"Probabilistic Timing Analysis...
or How 'Independent' Is Your Code?"
16 May, Beth Hutchison (IBM)
"Why All the Hype around Event Processing?
Visit hosted by Gus Vigurs
23 May, Alan Newell (University of Dundee)
Distinguished Lecturer in Computer Science
"Computer Systems for Extra-ordinary Users"
Visit hosted by Helen Petrie
30 May, no seminar
6 June, no seminar (speaker cancellation)
13 June, Dino Distefano (Queen Mary, University of London)
"Adaptive Program Analysis for Heap-Allocated Data-Structures"
Visit hosted by Jan Tobias Mühlberg
20 June, no seminar (examining)
27 June, no seminar (examining)
Friday, 17 August, Marilyn Walker (Univ. of Sheffield)
"Generating Language with Personality
for Dialogue Systems and Computer Gaming
Visit hosted by Susan Stepney
Monday, 3 September, Alfred Inselberg (Tel Aviv University, Israel & San Diego Supercomputer Center, USA)
"Multidimensional Visualization and Its Applications"
Visit hosted by John Clark
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