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22.04.2015
Research showcase 2015

When: Wed 22nd April 2015
Where: Octagon

This is an opportunity to find out about the latest research within the School, meet staff and research students and to connect with partners from industry.


29.04.2015
Shaping Popular Music - Seminar by Dr Alinka Greasley

When: Wed 29th April 2015
Where: Eng. 2.09

CATEGORY: C4DM

29.04.2015
Taster course for 6th formers

When: Wed 29th April 2015

This event will provide an excellent opportunity for students to experience some of the exciting things that a degree in Electronic Engineering and Computer Science has to offer.


11.05.2015
Digital Shoreditch 2015

When: Mon 11th May 2015

As founding partners of the Digital Shoreditch festival we're proud to have a big presence at the 2015 event.

CATEGORY: Conference

28.08.2015
Listening in the Wild 2015

When: Fri 28th August 2015
Where: David Sizer Lecture Theatre, Francis Bancroft Building

Listening in the Wild: Animal and machine audition in multisource environments

* How do animals recognise sounds in noisy multisource environments?
* How should machines recognise sounds in noisy multisource environments?

This workshop will bring together researchers in engineering disciplines (machine listening, signal processing, computer science) and biological disciplines (bioacoustics, ecology, perception and cognition), to discuss complementary perspectives on making sense of natural and everyday sound.

For full details see http://litw2015.eventbrite.co.uk/

CATEGORY: C4DM Conference

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