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When: Tue 28th June 2016

To celebrate the new Machine Listening Lab, we're pleased to announce an afternoon with three invited seminars from distinguished researchers - specialising in speech, natural sound and music.

CATEGORY: C4DM Group Seminar

When: Sat 25th June 2016
Where: EECS

College Open Days provide a chance for you to find out what life as a student is like at Queen Mary.

When: Wed 1st June 2016
Where: Maths Lecture Theatre

Eventbrite - What is a Mathematical Proof? - Professor Dana Scott

When: Wed 18th May 2016
Where: BR 3.02

All welcome (especially students), no pre-booking required (preceded at 2.45pm by tea and followed by a reception - both in the Informatics Hub)

When: Wed 11th May 2016
Where: David Sizer Lecture Theatre, Francis Bancroft Building

Eventbrite - Seeing and Believing by Professor Sir Colin Blakemore

What lies between the images in our eyes and our visual experience?

As part of the EECS flagship seminar series, Professor Blakemore will talk about what goes on in our brain when we see the world around us.

CATEGORY: Public Outreach

When: Fri 29th April 2016
Where: King’s College London

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When: Wed 27th April 2016
Where: Octagon

Demonstration drop in day

When: Wed 24th February 2016
Where: Senior Common Room

Eventbrite - The Scientific life of Ada Lovelace

EECS Flagship Seminar Series launch event on February 24th will be delivered by the trailblazer Professor Ursula Martin, a woman who changed the face of computer science in the UK

CATEGORY: Public Outreach

When: Wed 9th December 2015
Where: BR 3.02

Embodiment versus Memetics: Intelligence, Language, and the Place of Robots in Human Society
Dr Joanna Bryson, University of Bath

All welcome (especially students), no pre-booking required.
Talk will be followed by a reception in the Informatics Hub.

When: Wed 2nd December 2015
Where: The Great Hall

Eventbrite - The Magic of {Christmas} Computer Science

Experience some amazing magic tricks and sneak behind the scenes to explore the maths and computing behind them.

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