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Events in the Department of Computer Science

Find out more about events, seminars and public lectures in the Department.

From Figures to Figurations. For a Cultural Critique of Tagging - Nicola Bozzi, Salford University

16:00 - 17:30 20 November 2019

Digital Humanities Seminar

Seminar: Applying Machine Learning to the Identification and Classification of Usability Requirements

14:00 - 15:00 20 November 2019

Join us for our forthcoming Computer Science Mercury talk with speaker Manal Binkhonain in Kilburn L.T 1.5 In the last few years, supervised machine learning algorithms have been widely applied to detect and classify non-functional requirements, focusing on providing more automatic analysis for a specific non-functional category (eg: securi..

Seminar: A radical vision for the future of public service broadcasting? How to get involved...

12:00 - 13:00 03 December 2019

Join us for our next Computer Science Seminar with speaker Ian Forrester Ian, Senior Firestarter from BBC R&D will run through a number of the BBC R&D projects and how they merge together into a possible future of the living room.

Digital Humanities Research 'tea party'

16:00 - 17:30 11 December 2019

Digital Humanities research networking event

FSE Inaugural Lecture Series - Department of Computer Science, Prof Daniel Dresner

17:00 - 11 December 2019

You are invited to the inaugural professorial lecture i the Department of Computer Science of Professor Daniel Dresner, Department of Computer Science Title: The Attack on a Cyber Man: Finding the threads that bind information together and mending them when they break... Date: Wednesday, 11 December 2019, 5.15pm Location: Lecture Theatre 1...

Mercury Talk: Data-Driven Modelling of Technology Acceptance: A Machine Learning Perspective

14:00 - 15:00 11 December 2019

Join us for the next Computer Science Mercury Talk with speaker Asim Alwabel in Kilburn L.T 1.5 Forecasting and understanding technology adoption have dominated research of Information Systems (IS) for more than two decades. Although structural equation modelling is suitable for explanatory modelling, it was regarded by majority of IS resear..

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