Computer Science Seminars
Be inspired as we hear from high-profile speakers who share their thoughts, expertise and observations on emerging technology impacting on computer science.
About the seminars
Hosted by the School of Computer Science, the seminar series welcomes a range of outstanding speakers who are experts in their fields. They discuss some of the big challenges that computer science is currently facing, providing an exploration into the implications and applications for our industry and society.
Attendance is free and the seminars are open to students, researchers and staff. Following the seminar, there is usually time to network with colleagues over refreshments.
Details of upcoming seminars will be added soon
- Smartphone Security and Privacy, Alastair Beresford
- Verifying Consent in Privacy and Data-Insensitive Systems, Travis Breaux
- Programming Languages for Machine Learning and Perception, Andrew Fitzgibbon
- Virtual Realities: Immersive Encounters, Danae Stanton Fraser