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This presentation reports on the first results of a large-scale research programme that aims to define and circumscribe the construct of phraseological complexity and to theoretically and empirically demonstrate its relevance for second language theory (cf. Paquot, 2017).
Event Time
3pm
Venue
Cavendish Colloquium
Speaker
Magali Paquot from the Université catholique de Louvain
Creative engagement will be discussed, along with why it is an important methodology in all disciplines. All are welcome to attend.
Event Time
12.30pm
Venue
County South, B89
Speaker
Miriam Sturdee, Hayley Alter and Laura Wareing - School of Computing and Communications, Lancaster University; Imagination Lancaster
The next in the MetaLab Seminar Series will be given by Asil on using DSML for handling evolution in multi-tenant cloud applications.
Event Time
2pm
Venue
C60a, InfoLab21
Speaker
Assylbek Jumagaliyev
The next UCREL Corpus Research Seminar.
Event Time
3pm
Venue
Fylde D28
Speaker
Rozane Rebechi, Universidade Federal do Rio Grande do Sul
For decades, Lancaster has been one of the UK's leading centres for ethnography; promoting and demonstrating how it can inform and drive HCI and CSCW research.
Event Time
2pm
Venue
C60b/c, InfoLab
Speaker
Yvonne Rogers, University College London
In this talk, I will first give an overview of intelligent processing for communication networks and then present our recent research results in game theory and deep learning for communication network.
Event Time
12pm
Venue
C60b/c, InfoLab
Speaker
Dr. Geoffrey Li
The next in the MetaLab Seminar Series.
Event Time
2pm
Venue
C38, InfoLab21
Speaker
Alexander Jung
In this work we use a novel approach towards Arabic dialect identification using language bivalency and written code-switching.
Event Time
3pm
Venue
Faraday Seminar Room 4
Speaker
Mahmoud El-Haj and Mariam Aboelezz
This talk covers two different topics; an introduction to governmental JST CREST project on Symbiotic Interaction and an overview of my own research topics on e-coaching.
Event Time
3pm
Venue
D55, InfoLab21
Speaker
Kenji Mase
The next in the MetaLab Seminar Series.
Event Time
3.30pm
Venue
D55, InfoLab21
Speaker
Christine Morin
The next in the MetaLab Seminar Series.
Event Time
2pm
Venue
Bowland North SR20
Speaker
Pavan Sudheendra (Cisco)
A talk on how collaboration and engagement with academia and industry drives real value from a £170m high performance computing, data analytics, machine learning technologies.
Event Time
10am
Venue
DSI Space, InfoLab21
Speaker
TBC
We present recent results in the design and analysis of proof of stake blockchain protocols. The talk will cover the design strategy behind Ouroboros and Ouroboros Praos, as well as we will introduce and analyse the concept of forkable strings as well as string divergence which is at the core of the security analysis. The security analysis covers both the synchronous and partial synchronous model as well as static, delayed and fully adaptive corruptions.
Event Time
2pm
Venue
D55, InfoLab21
Speaker
Professor Aggelos Kiayias
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