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Sunday, 01 January 2017 - Sunday, 31 December 2017

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Event Time
11:00
Venue
C60b/c Infolab21
Speaker
Angela Sasse (Professor, University College London)
Event Time
10.30am
Venue
Infolab21
Dr Christian Remy of the University of Zurich on the attachment framework, challenging designed obsolesce and guidelines for communicating HCI design knowledge to practitioners and stakeholders who are not familiar with HCI research.
Event Time
12 noon
Venue
C60a, Infolab
Speaker
Dr Christian Remy
Heterogeneous multi-core architectures consisting of CPUs and GPUs are commonplace in today's embedded systems. These architectures offer potential for energy efficient computing if the application task is mapped to the right core.
Event Time
1pm
Venue
D38 Infolab
Speaker
Ben Taylor
You are invited to attend the launch event of our exciting new project, the Cumbria Innovations Platform. At this launch event you will find out more about how you can access support through workshops, management expertise and research and development opportunities.
Event Time
09:30-13:00
Venue
The Rheged Centre, Redhills, CA11 0DQ
Event Time
2pm
Venue
C60a Infolab
Speaker
Gareth Tyson, Lecturer at Queen Mary, University of London
Sustainability – the "capacity to endure" – will have a transformative impact on software and information systems. It requires a cross-disciplinary approach to research and design that moves beyond narrow-minded solutionism and refocuses attention on the values and boundary judgments that underpin our design methods and practices.
Event Time
10.00am
Venue
C60b/c, Infolab
Speaker
Professor Christoph Becker
State of compute in Environmental Modelling and highlighting emerging opportunities
Event Time
2pm
Venue
C60a Infolab
Speaker
Will Simm, Senior Research Associate, Lancaster University
In this talk I'll introduce BBC Research & Development and the sustainability work that I lead in this department. I'll talk about some of the BBC's sustainability initiatives; explain why the audience is our largest source of greenhouse gas emissions and the modelling behind that and provide an overview of some of the work we've been doing to make the BBC's broadcasting and media technology greener. I'll discuss our vision for the BBC's future technical direction and finish off by posing some questions for you.
Event Time
1.30pm
Venue
C60b/c, InfoLab 21
Speaker
Jigna Chandaria, BBC R&D
Energy usage in data centres continues to be a major and growing concern as an increasing number of everyday services fundamentally depend on these facilities.
Event Time
1pm
Venue
C38, InfoLab21
Speaker
Vicent Sanz Marco
Self-awareness has recently gained considerable attention as a prominent property for enriching the self-adaptation capabilities in systems operating in dynamic, heterogeneous and open environments.
Event Time
2pm
Venue
C60a InfoLab21
Speaker
Dr Yehia Elkhatib
A talk from Dr The Anh Han, Senior Lecturer in the School of Computing at Teesside, about cooperation, commitments and game theory.
Event Time
Sep 14, 11 AM
Venue
C60 b/c
Speaker
Dr The Anh Han
SECURE is a one year research project led by Embecosm and supported by Innovate UK, which aims to extend popular open source compilers to help in writing secure code.
Event Time
3pm
Venue
C60a, InfoLab
Speaker
Graham Markall and Paolo Savini from Embecosm.
In this talk, machine learning techniques which have both cognitive ability and meta-cognitive capability will be presented by Professor Er Meng Joo of Nanyang Technological University, Singapore.
Event Time
3pm
Venue
A16, Charles Carter
Speaker
Professor Er Meng Joo, Nanyang Technological University, Singapore
Next in the MetaLab Seminar Series, Prof Sumi Helal presents IoT Architectures and Programming Models.
Event Time
12pm
Venue
C60a, InfoLab21
Speaker
Professor Sumi Helal, Lancaster University
During this lecture, a vulnerable network program will be demonstrated along with countermeasures against buffer overflow.
Event Time
2pm
Venue
D55, InfoLab21
Speaker
Prof. Roman Oliynykov
Next in the MetaLab Seminar Series, the concept of emergent software systems and how to build them will be discussed.
Event Time
2pm
Venue
C60a, InfoLab21
Speaker
Roberto Rodrigues Filho
This talk will provide a brief introduction to the UCREL research centre, and an overview of the corpus resources, software tools and infrastructure that is available for corpus linguistics and NLP researchers at Lancaster University.
Event Time
3pm
Venue
Lecture Theatre 9, Management School
Speaker
Andrew Hardie (CASS) and Paul Rayson (SCC), Lancaster University
The second UCREL Corpus Research Seminar for 2017-18 will be given by Lancaster's very own Vaclav Brezina and Matt Timperley.
Event Time
4pm
Venue
Hannaford Lab
Speaker
Vaclav Brezina and Matt Timperley, CASS,Lancaster University
The third UCREL Corpus Research Seminar for 2017-18 will be given by Lancaster's very own Jens Zinn.
Event Time
4pm
Venue
Management School LT9
Speaker
Jens Zinn,Lancaster University
Data Science Institute (DSI) Invited Talk, Friday Morning Talk Series.
Event Time
10am
Venue
DSI Space (B78 InfoLab21)
Speaker
Anna Munster, University of New South Wales
The next in the MetaLab Seminar Series.
Event Time
10am
Venue
C38, InfoLab21
Speaker
Nélio Alessandro Azevedo Cacho
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
The next in the MetaLab Seminar Series.
Event Time
2pm
Venue
C38, InfoLab21
Speaker
Vicent Sanz Marco
In this talk, I will describe research on the extraction and disambiguation of concepts from patient notes and biomedical texts using unsupervised methods based on distributional semantics.
Event Time
12pm
Venue
Charles Carter A17
Speaker
Stéphan Tulkens, University of Antwerp.
This talk will present the design, implementation, validation, and deployment of the Price $heriff, a highly distributed system for detecting various types of online price discrimination in e-commerce.
Event Time
3pm
Venue
C60a, InfoLab21
Speaker
Michael Sirivianos
Are you interested in finding out more about studying at Postgraduate level or undertaking PhD research? We offer a range of programmes to take your career to the next level. Whether you're looking to specialise, diversify or work towards teaching and research.
Event Time
5.00pm - 8.00pm
Venue
Science & Technology Training Centre, A076, Science & Technology Building, Lancaster University
In this talk I will examine high-level decision-making in autonomous systems, the formal verification approaches we might apply to this decision making, and the impact this verification can have on safety, legality, ethics, and more.
Event Time
11am
Venue
C60b/c, InfoLab
Speaker
Professor Michael Fisher, University of Liverpool
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