Computing Seminar Programme - Autumn 2016 (Updated)

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Computing Seminar Programme - Autumn 2016 (Updated)

Postby J. Borg » Tue Nov 08, 2016 12:40 pm

Computing Seminar Programme - Autumn 2016
Each year, the School of Computing and Mathematics hosts seminars from a variety of researchers working on topics aligned with our research interests. These speakers are often leading experts invited by school staff: in Computing we have enjoyed subjects as diverse as Social Learning, Reservoir Computing, Perceptual Learning and Software Engineering and Design. We also invite doctoral students from the school and elsewhere to give talks as their research develops.
Wednesdays 3pm (unless otherwise stated); Room CR08 (Turing Lab) – Colin Reeves Building
Tea, Coffee & Biscuits provided; ALL WELCOME

19th October: 2:30pm
Prof. Roman Borisyuk (Plymouth University – School of Computing, Electronics and Mathematics) - “Computational modelling of the Xenopus tadpole spinal cord: Biologically realistic models of connectivity and functionality”

26th October:
Dr. Evert Haasdijk (VU Amsterdam - Department of Computer Science) - “Embodied Evolution, Selection Pressure and Social Learning”

9th November:
Dr. Ata Kaban (University of Birmingham - School of Computer Science) - "Large Scale EDA Optimisation by Aggregating Compressive Covariance Matrices"

16th November:
Dr. Sandra Woolley (Keele University - School of Computing and Mathematics) - “Health Technology Research and the AllergiSense Sensing Smartphone System”

30th November: 1:30pm
Dr. Ed Chadwick (Keele University - Institute for Science and Technology in Medicine) - "Real-time modelling of the human hand: use in control and feedback for prosthetic devices"

7th December:
Dr. Ed de Quincey/ Dr. Theo Kyriacou/ Dr. Mark Turner/ Dr. Nikki Williams (Keele University - School of Computing and Mathematics) - "Placing the User at the Centre of Learning Analytics"

14th December:
Dr. Paolo Missier (Newcastle University - School of Computer Science) - Title TBC
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