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Professor Juho Rousu, Predicting Drug Interactions with Kernel Methods

Group: Scottish Informatics and Computer Science Alliance (SICSA)
Speaker: SICSA Event, SICSA
Date: 27 May, 2019
Time: 11:00 - 12:30
Location: School of Informatics, University of Edinburgh, 4.31-33, University of Edinburgh, United Kingdom

SICSA DVF Professor Juho Rousu, Professor of Computer Science at Aalto University, Finland will present a talk on Predicting Drug Interactions with Kernel Methods at the University of Edinburgh on Monday 27 May 2019 Abstract: Many real world prediction problems can be formulated as pairwise learning problems, in which one is interested in making predictions for pairs of objects, e.g. drugs and their targets. Kernel-based approaches have emerged as powerful tools for solving problems of that kind, and especially multiple kernel learning (MKL) offers promising benefits as it enables integrating various types of complex biomedical information sources in the form of kernels, along with learning their importance for the prediction task. However, the immense size of pairwise kernel spaces remains a major bottleneck, making the existing MKL algorithms computationally infeasible even for small number of input pairs. We introduce pairwiseMKL, the first method for time- and memory-efficient learning with multiple pairwise kernels. pairwiseMKL first determines the mixture weights of the input pairwise kernels, and then learns the pairwise prediction function. Both steps are performed efficiently without explicit computation of the massive pairwise matrices, therefore making the method applicable to solving large pairwise learning problems. We demonstrate the performance of pairwiseMKL in two related tasks of quantitative drug bioactivity prediction using up to 167 995 bioactivity measurements and 3120 pairwise kernels: (i) prediction of anticancer efficacy of drug compounds across a large panel of cancer cell lines; and (ii) prediction of target profiles of anticancer compounds across their kinome-wide target spaces. We show that pairwiseMKL provides accurate predictions using sparse solutions in terms of selected kernels, and therefore it automatically identifies also data sources relevant for the prediction problem. References: Anna Cichonska, Tapio Pahikkala, Sandor Szedmak, Heli Julkunen, Antti Airola, Markus Heinonen, Tero Aittokallio, Juho Rousu; Learning with multiple pairwise kernels for drug bioactivity prediction, Bioinformatics, Volume 34, Issue 13, 1 July 2018, Pages i509–i518, https://doi.org/10.1093/bioinformatics/bty277 Short Bio: Juho Rousu is a Professor of Computer Science at Aalto University, Finland. Rousu obtained his PhD in 2001 form University of Helsinki, while working at VTT Technical Centre of Finland. In 2003-2005 he was a Marie Curie Fellow at Royal Holloway University of London. In 2005-2011 he held Lecturer and Professor positions at University of Helsinki, before moving to Aalto University in 2012 where he leads a research group on Kernel Methods, Pattern Analysis and Computational Metabolomics (KEPACO). Rousu’s main research interest is in learning with multiple and structured targets, multiple views and ensembles, with methodological emphasis in regularised learning, kernels and sparsity, as well as efficient convex/non-convex optimisation methods. His applications of interest include metabolomics, biomedicine, pharmacology and synthetic biology. This event is being hosted by Professor Guido Sanguinetti

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Group: Systems Section
Speaker: S Waqar Nabi
Date: 28 May, 2019
Time: 16:00 - 17:00
Location: Sir Alwyn Williams Building, 422 Seminar Room

RA Coffee Break

Group: School of Computing Science
Speaker: you
Date: 30 May, 2019
Time: 12:00 - 13:00
Location: Computing Science Common Room

This is a weekly coffee break for RAs in Computing to network, informally discuss issues, or simply enjoy some coffee and biscuits away from the screen.

Robotics and Autonomous Systems CDT Conference

Group: Scottish Informatics and Computer Science Alliance (SICSA)
Speaker: SICSA Event, SICSA
Date: 03 June, 2019
Time: 01:00 - 01:00
Location: The Informatics Forum, 10 Crichton Street, University of Edinburgh, United Kingdom

We are pleased to be sponsoring the Robotics and Autonomous Systems CDT Conference which is taking place on Monday 3rd and Tuesday 4th June at the Informatics Forum, University of Edinburgh This event is to be the third annual student conference held jointly with the EPSRC CDTs in Bristol, Edinburgh and Oxford. To be hosted in exotic, wind-swept Edinburgh across the two universities which form the Edinburgh Centre for Robotics. Places are limited, but the event is free to attend for students and staff of the three CDTs. Lunch, coffee and conference dinner on the first night all included. Accommodation in student halls is also included, and your host institution will be billed directly. If you wish to opt out of this and organise your own accommodation, choose the appropriate "no accom" option below. A small number of places are also available for non-CDT PhD students from any UK institution (select the "Other Student" option below). These places do not come with accommodation provided. Details The conference will take place on the 3rd and 4th of June. Due to the distance, it is expected that attendees will arrive in Edinburgh on Sunday 2nd June. We intend on organising a free professional tour in the afternoon/evening for non-locals who wish to see the city (details yet to be announced). The first day of the conference, hosted in the University of Edinburgh's Informatics Forum, will consist of selected student talks and posters, a talk from a keynote speaker, and a tour of the facilities. A conference dinner will follow in the evening. The second day will be hosted at Heriot Watt University (with coach travel arranged for those in provided accommodation) and will consist of smaller workshop/tutorial events as well as opportunities to see the facilities. It will finish by 4pm to allow for travel home for those who don't want to stay a third night. Call for Submissions Attendees are encouraged to submit abstracts for inclusion in the conference. These should be 1-2 pages in length and should be uploaded to EasyChair by 20th February. Abstracts will be reviewed by the Conference Committee and selected for presentation as a poster, 15 minute talk, or both by 20th March. The authors of selected abstracts will then also be asked to provide a camera-ready version by 31st March for inclusion in conference proceedings hosted on www.edinburgh-robotics.org. The opportunity is also available to propose content for the workshops/tutorials portion of the second day. Whether you want to arrange a more in depth discussion of a special interest area or teach an important topic to newer students, we can support you with the facilities required. The process for these proposals is the same as for abstracts, and the committee will work with event organisers after they have been selected to finalise details. Feel free to get in touch with us if you'd like to discuss an idea further before then. Prizes will be on offer for presentations, posters and workshops/tutorials. More details to be confirmed later.

FATA Seminar - William Kavanagh

Group: Formal Analysis, Theory and Algorithms (FATA)
Speaker: William Kavanagh , School of Computing Science, University of Glasgow
Date: 04 June, 2019
Time: 13:00 - 14:00
Location: Sir Alwyn Williams Building, 203 Meeting Room

TBC - Please note change of venue to SAWB 203!

Energy Technology Partnership (ETP) Emporium 2019

Group: Scottish Informatics and Computer Science Alliance (SICSA)
Speaker: SICSA Event, SICSA
Date: 06 June, 2019
Time: 01:00 - 01:00
Location: Technology and Innovation Centre, University of Strathclyde, 99 George Street, Glasgow, G1 1RD, Scotland, United Kingdom

Prospering from the Energy Revolution: how can all benefit from the transition to a low-carbon future Register free of charge On the 6th June, the Scottish Research Pools, will host the 3rd Energy Innovation Emporium. The transition to a low carbon economy presents multi-disciplinary challenges which need collaboration across all sectors to resolve. It is crucial to ensure that society, as a whole, has access to affordable, reliable and sustainable energy. What are these challenges, and how do we organise ourselves to tackle them? The Energy Innovation Emporium brings together the energy community to crystallise the benefits of a low-carbon future. By exploring the energy transition challenges, academia, industry and the public sector will identify avenues of innovation and cooperation that will define research and investment needs, and economic opportunities. Confirmed Speakers include: Prof Sir Jim McDonald - Chair of ETP David Richardson - Innovation Lead for Energy Systems & Infrastructure, InnovateUK Jim Fleming - Head of Energy Theme, EPSRC Tim German - Senior Relationship Manager Government & Regulation, Energy Systems Catapult Alex Reid - Director of Engagement Scotland, Connected Places Catapult Tim Rotheray, Director, The Association for Decentralised Energy By attending this event you will also participate in National Energy Policy-themed parallel Sessions designed to help you identify opportunities for innovation and funding; Session summaries to inform strategy development. There will be the chance for pan-sector networking and knowledge exchange; Exhibits & posters from academics, trade bodies and energy projects; Hear from academics, industry and public sector on the identification of innovation needs and collaboration route-maps.  

SICSA Education Event: Researching Graduate Apprenticeships

Group: Scottish Informatics and Computer Science Alliance (SICSA)
Speaker: SICSA Event, SICSA
Date: 06 June, 2019
Time: 10:00 - 14:00
Location: Edinburgh Napier University, Merchiston Campus, Edinburgh Napier University, EH10 5DT, United Kingdom

SICSA Education is pleased to be sponsoring the forthcoming Researching Graduate Apprenticeships Workshop As we enter our 3rd year of delivering and researching Graduate Apprenticeships in the School of Computing and the Centre for Computing Education Research at Edinburgh Napier is keen establish impactful research collaborations. We are holding short workshop where we can all share research into Graduate Apprenticeships so far, then work together to design future research studies and publications. We also have a special guest speaker, Professor Alastair Irons, from Sunderland University, where the first degree apprenticeship programme went live in September 2015. Alastair will discuss their research studies, including how the findings are feeding back into the programmes. Graduate Apprenticeships provide exciting new opportunities for Scottish HEIs, to support people to get a degree while working, to widen access, and help to address skills gaps. Understanding the goals, contexts and perspectives of all stakeholders (especially the apprentices) will help us deliver these programmes more effectively. By collaborating across Scottish HEIs, we can investigate the impacts and challenges of the unique Scottish Graduate Apprenticeship model, in our various contexts. Aims of the Workshop: Establish the current state of play for research into GAs in Scotland and share initial findings; Discuss what research is needed and what data is available; Organise collaborations and joint dissemination Who Should Attend? People involved in delivering Graduate Apprenticeships who are actively interested in research collaborations People researching Graduate Apprenticeships This short workshop is being organised by Dr Ella Taylor-Smith and Professor Sally Smith, Centre for Computing Education Research, Edinburgh Napier University

RA Coffee Break

Group: School of Computing Science
Speaker: you
Date: 06 June, 2019
Time: 12:00 - 13:00
Location: Computing Science Common Room

This is a weekly coffee break for RAs in Computing to network, informally discuss issues, or simply enjoy some coffee and biscuits away from the screen.

GWiCS June meet up: Useful lessons I’ve learned in my career

Group: Glasgow Women in Computing Science (GWiCS)
Speaker: Carron Shankland, Professor in Computer Science, University of Stirling
Date: 07 June, 2019
Time: 13:00 - 14:00
Location: Sir Alwyn Williams Building, 422 Seminar Room

Carron is a professor in Computing Science and Mathematics.  She'll talk about her journey from student (at University of Glasgow) to professor (at University of Stirling), with some thoughts about the people and qualities that led to success for her. She’ll also talk about how those same qualities can also be enemies, and how excessive work can lead to stress and depression. Be prepared to laugh, to cry, to share your own challenges of stress and overwork, and your solutions.

A buffet lunch will be provided at 12:30pm prior to the event.

The Glasgow Women in Computing Science group (GWiCS) is open to all University of Glasgow staff and students (female / non-binary / male) from Undergraduate level to Chancellor and everywhere in-between. However, our focus is on research level CS upwards.

We hold monthly meet ups, talks and information sessions as well as providing a supportive network for new PhD students and early career researchers. Please see the main page for event information.

 

SLAMBench: Multi-objective optimisations for cross-platform and cross-application SLAM systems

Group: Systems Section
Speaker: Bruno Bodin, Yale-NUS College, Singapore
Date: 07 June, 2019
Time: 14:00 - 15:00
Location: Sir Alwyn Williams Building, 423 Seminar Room

Research Ventures

Group: Scottish Informatics and Computer Science Alliance (SICSA)
Speaker: SICSA Event, SICSA
Date: 10 June, 2019
Time: 01:00 - 01:00
Location: University of Glasgow, Sir Charles Wilson Building, 3 Kelvin Way , Glasgow, G12 8NN, Scotland, United Kingdom

However big, however small your ideas, Research Ventures is about finding out how you can develop them into something that matters for you We’ll cover all the areas you’d expect from an entrepreneurship course (different business models, protecting your ideas, where to get funding…the nuts and bolts) but it doesn’t stop there. In two days, we get to the heart of what it means to be an enterprising researcher. You’ll meet some inspirational people and come away with new ideas, friends and collaborators, as well as a better understanding of what motivates you and how you can transform your ideas into reality. The course and the skills you will learn from it is designed to be relevant to you now, in your research environment, as well as in the future, whether you see that as being in academia or in another kind of role. Who is it for? This course brings together early-career researchers (PGR and postdoctoral) from a wide variety of backgrounds, including physics, computer sciences, engineering, energy, chemistry and earth sciences. It’s aimed at researchers with an interest in: Exploring the commercial possibilities of a research idea and how your research might attract industrial funding or be used in setting up a spin-out company Knowledge exchange, research impact and winning funding for academic career progression Future employment in industry Collaboration with researchers from otherdisciplines What will we be doing? The course is a mixture of practical activities and case studies as well as talks from experts and entrepreneurs with inspiring stories and first hand experience of bringing exciting ideas to life. Our speakers will share their knowledge of: Creative thinking and what being enterprising means to them Business planning and different models of research commercialisation (including spin-outs and licensing) How to cost projects and manage finance in a new venture Protecting your ideas and intellectual property Compelling and convincing communication, that helps you to bring others onboard and win funding How to inspire and motivate others - the skills needed to build strong working relationships, whether you see yourself as working in business or building a research group Sources of support, advice and funding Resilience and how to deal with set-backs Networking – how to make this fun, useful and interesting, rather than something you dread! Tutor and Guests Alison Gray, Founder and Director of Skillfluence Director of Skillfluence, Alison Gray is a training designer, facilitator, speaker and coach specialising in the business skills and professional attributes of successful scientists and technical specialists. While living in the San Francisco Bay area Alison studied cutting edge Training Design at UC Berkeley, Collaborative Leadership at the American Management Association and Lean Startup methodology at Stanford University. The Skillfluence mission is to do our part to advance scientific discovery and the commercialisation of research. We do this by creating and delivering training and development programmes that equip scientists and researchers with essential entrepreneurial and professional skills. Other speakers and guests include patent attorneys, venture capitalists, entrepreneurs and academic staff involved in spin-outs and other forms of commercialisation. Registration, Venue, Travel and Accommodation SICSA is funding 10 student places on this course. If you would like to apply for a SICSA funded place, please email admin@sicsa.ac.uk stating why you wish to attend the course. Places are offered on a competitive basis. The course takes place at The University of Glasgow. For anyone coming from outside of Glasgow, you will need to organize your own accommodation and claim back costs via your own institution. The Argyll Hotel and Guest House is close by and people have stayed there in previous years. To reach the University of Glasgow from Queen Street Station, you can take the Subway to Kelvinbridge Station (about 10min) and from there it’s a 10min walk to the Sir Charles Wilson Building. Please arrive no later than 10.30am on day one. We will finish by 4.30pm on day two. We will provide dinner on the evening of 10 June.

RA Coffee Break

Group: School of Computing Science
Speaker: you
Date: 13 June, 2019
Time: 12:00 - 13:00
Location: Computing Science Common Room

This is a weekly coffee break for RAs in Computing to network, informally discuss issues, or simply enjoy some coffee and biscuits away from the screen.

SICSA PhD Conference 2019

Group: Scottish Informatics and Computer Science Alliance (SICSA)
Speaker: SICSA Event, SICSA
Date: 18 June, 2019
Time: 01:00 - 01:00
Location: University of Stirling, Pathfoot Building, University of Stirling, United Kingdom

The SICSA PhD Conference 2019 will take place on 18th & 19th June at the University of Stirling. The SICSA PhD Conference has been an annual event since SICSA began in 2008. It marks a time where PhD students attending universities all around Scotland get together for a couple of days. During the event students get to attend interesting workshops, talks and social events, whilst having a chance to showcase their work through the PhD Research Competition. The event is open to all PhD students in Computer Science and Informatics in Scotland, not just students funded by SICSA. There are no registration fees and one nights' accommodation is provided free as the event is fully funded by SICSA. Due to the popularity of the conference, please register early to avoid disappointment Workshops include: Kick Start Your PhD There is a First Time for Journals, Conferences and Review How to Succeed Professionally After Your PhD Find Your Spark; Productivity, Creativity and Writing Poster Communications and Design Mental Health and Healthy Living Solving Problems and Making Friends Using Design Sprints Communicating Your Research & Public Engagement Please note that workshops will be allocated on a first come first served basis as some have a limited number of spaces available.

SoCS Seminar / SICSA DVF talk: Professor Mark Wallace (title tbc)

Group: School of Computing Science
Speaker: Professor Mark Wallace , Monash University
Date: 18 June, 2019
Time: 13:00 - 14:00
Location: Sir Alwyn Williams Building, 422 Seminar Room

SICSA Pre-EC Day

Group: Scottish Informatics and Computer Science Alliance (SICSA)
Speaker: SICSA Event, SICSA
Date: 20 June, 2019
Time: 01:00 - 01:00
Location: The University of Stirling, Computing Science, University of Stirling, FK9 4LA, United Kingdom

Following last year's very successful event, the second SICSA Pre-EC Day will take place on 20th June at the University of Stirling following the SICSA PhD Conference The SICSA Pre-EC meeting will allow researchers to showcase their work in the area of Evolutionary Computation. The day will also provide an opportunity for this unable to attend the summer conferences to hear about some of the latest EC research being undertaken in Scotland. If you wish to present your work it is essential that you send us the details of your talk before 5pm on 1 June 2019 via the google form. Hospitality will be provided throughout the day. There is also limited assistance with costs available for people who need to travel the night before to attend the all-day event. If you are attending the PhD Conference on 18/19 June accommodation will be provided on the evening of 19th June. Please contact Sandy Brownlee directly about this.

RA Coffee Break

Group: School of Computing Science
Speaker: you
Date: 20 June, 2019
Time: 12:00 - 13:00
Location: Computing Science Common Room

This is a weekly coffee break for RAs in Computing to network, informally discuss issues, or simply enjoy some coffee and biscuits away from the screen.

RA Coffee Break

Group: School of Computing Science
Speaker: you
Date: 27 June, 2019
Time: 12:00 - 13:00
Location: Computing Science Common Room

This is a weekly coffee break for RAs in Computing to network, informally discuss issues, or simply enjoy some coffee and biscuits away from the screen.

RA Coffee Break

Group: School of Computing Science
Speaker: you
Date: 04 July, 2019
Time: 12:00 - 13:00
Location: Computing Science Common Room

This is a weekly coffee break for RAs in Computing to network, informally discuss issues, or simply enjoy some coffee and biscuits away from the screen.

RA Coffee Break

Group: School of Computing Science
Speaker: you
Date: 11 July, 2019
Time: 12:00 - 13:00
Location: Computing Science Common Room

This is a weekly coffee break for RAs in Computing to network, informally discuss issues, or simply enjoy some coffee and biscuits away from the screen.

Conference on Innovation and Technology in Computer Science Education (ITiCSE)

Group: Scottish Informatics and Computer Science Alliance (SICSA)
Speaker: SICSA Event, SICSA
Date: 13 July, 2019
Time: 01:00 - 01:00
Location: The University of Aberdeen, School of Natural and Computing Sciences, Aberdeen, United Kingdom

SICSA is pleased to be sponsoring the Innovation and Technology in Computer Science Education (ITiCSE) including the first Doctoral Consortium (DC). The program of the ITiCSE conference will consist of keynote lectures, paper sessions, panels, working groups, tips and techniques, courseware demonstrations, posters, and exhibits. The conference also features opportunities to partake in excursions, enabling attendees to see some of the surrounding district and mingle in a less intense and formal environment. The conference will begin with an information session for working group leaders and interested members at 6pm on Friday evening 12 July. The working groups and doctoral consortium will start their formal sessions at 9am on Saturday 13 July. The opening reception for the conference will be held on Sunday 14 July. The main conference starts at 8.30am on Monday 15 July and ends in the afternoon of Wednesday 17 July Bruce Scharlau and Roger McDermott, Conference Co-Chairs, The ITiCSE 2019 Doctoral Consortium provides an opportunity for doctoral candidates studying computing education to explore and develop their research interests in a workshop environment with a panel of established researchers in the field. We invite doctoral candidates to apply for this opportunity to share their work with a community of candidates in a similar situation. This is an excellent opportunity to get feedback on a research topic, or ideas on future direction from senior researchers in the field. Candidates of any seniority can apply as long as they will not have graduated before the event. For further information you can either contact Mark Zarb and Angela Siegel via iticse2019dc@easychair.org or see the ITiCSE Conference web-site https://iticse.acm.org/

ITiCSE Doctoral Consortium

Group: Scottish Informatics and Computer Science Alliance (SICSA)
Speaker: SICSA Event, SICSA
Date: 13 July, 2019
Time: 01:00 - 01:00
Location: The University of Aberdeen, School of Natural and Computing Sciences, Aberdeen, United Kingdom

SICSA is pleased to be sponsoring the first Innovation and Technology in Computer Science Education (ITiCSE) Doctoral Consortium (DC). The ITiCSE 2019 Doctoral Consortium provides an opportunity for doctoral candidates studying computing education to explore and develop their research interests in a workshop environment with a panel of established researchers in the field. We invite doctoral candidates to apply for this opportunity to share their work with a community of candidates in a similar situation. This is an excellent opportunity to get feedback on a research topic, or ideas on future direction from senior researchers in the field. Candidates of any seniority can apply as long as they will not have graduated before the event. For further information you can either contact Mark Zarb and Angela Siegel via iticse2019dc@easychair.org or see the ITiCSE Conference web-site https://iticse.acm.org/

RA Coffee Break

Group: School of Computing Science
Speaker: you
Date: 18 July, 2019
Time: 12:00 - 13:00
Location: Computing Science Common Room

This is a weekly coffee break for RAs in Computing to network, informally discuss issues, or simply enjoy some coffee and biscuits away from the screen.

SICSA Research Theme Event: QuHackEd

Group: Scottish Informatics and Computer Science Alliance (SICSA)
Speaker: SICSA Event, SICSA
Date: 22 July, 2019
Time: 01:00 - 01:00
Location: School of Informatics, University of Edinburgh, School of Informatics, University of Edinbugh, United Kingdom

The SICSA Research Theme Theory, Modelling and Computation is sponsoring QuHAckEd! This event is taking place in The University of Edinburgh's School of Informatics, QuHackEd is an exciting opportunity to learn more about recent developments in quantum computing. Attendees of all levels of experience will learn about the intriguing world of quantum computation from expert talks and by writing programs for real quantum computers. The event will be split into two tracks so that it caters for a range of experience: Beginner Track: No knowledge of Quantum Computing is required to participate in this track and all participants will be brought up to speed on the basics of quantum computing. Several mentors and experts in the field will be on hand to answer any questions. Some experience with Python would be useful. Advanced Track: For those working in the field of Quantum Information, this track aims to tackle some interesting problems at the cutting edge of research. While no knowledge of programming quantum computers is required, familiarity with Python would be useful. Intermingling and collaboration between the two groups is welcomed and will be encouraged! Both tracks will have their own dedicated sets of lectures, with intermediate lectures, which would benefit both groups, also taking place. More details of this event, including Attendance Details and a full list of Speakers can be found on the web-site: https://www.quhacked.com/ Registration is open but places are limited to please register now to avoid disappointment:https://www.quhacked.com/events/quhacked This event is organised by the Quantum Informatics research group in the University of Edinburgh's School of Informatics. The local organisers are Brian Coyle, Elham Kashefi, and Daniel Mills.

RA Coffee Break

Group: School of Computing Science
Speaker: you
Date: 25 July, 2019
Time: 12:00 - 13:00
Location: Computing Science Common Room

This is a weekly coffee break for RAs in Computing to network, informally discuss issues, or simply enjoy some coffee and biscuits away from the screen.

RA Coffee Break

Group: School of Computing Science
Speaker: you
Date: 01 August, 2019
Time: 12:00 - 13:00
Location: Computing Science Common Room

This is a weekly coffee break for RAs in Computing to network, informally discuss issues, or simply enjoy some coffee and biscuits away from the screen.

RA Coffee Break

Group: School of Computing Science
Speaker: you
Date: 08 August, 2019
Time: 12:00 - 13:00
Location: Computing Science Common Room

This is a weekly coffee break for RAs in Computing to network, informally discuss issues, or simply enjoy some coffee and biscuits away from the screen.

RA Coffee Break

Group: School of Computing Science
Speaker: you
Date: 15 August, 2019
Time: 12:00 - 13:00
Location: Computing Science Common Room

This is a weekly coffee break for RAs in Computing to network, informally discuss issues, or simply enjoy some coffee and biscuits away from the screen.

RA Coffee Break

Group: School of Computing Science
Speaker: you
Date: 22 August, 2019
Time: 12:00 - 13:00
Location: Computing Science Common Room

This is a weekly coffee break for RAs in Computing to network, informally discuss issues, or simply enjoy some coffee and biscuits away from the screen.

RA Coffee Break

Group: School of Computing Science
Speaker: you
Date: 29 August, 2019
Time: 12:00 - 13:00
Location: Computing Science Common Room

This is a weekly coffee break for RAs in Computing to network, informally discuss issues, or simply enjoy some coffee and biscuits away from the screen.

RA Coffee Break

Group: School of Computing Science
Speaker: you
Date: 05 September, 2019
Time: 12:00 - 13:00
Location: Computing Science Common Room

This is a weekly coffee break for RAs in Computing to network, informally discuss issues, or simply enjoy some coffee and biscuits away from the screen.

RA Coffee Break

Group: School of Computing Science
Speaker: you
Date: 12 September, 2019
Time: 12:00 - 13:00
Location: Computing Science Common Room

This is a weekly coffee break for RAs in Computing to network, informally discuss issues, or simply enjoy some coffee and biscuits away from the screen.

RA Coffee Break

Group: School of Computing Science
Speaker: you
Date: 19 September, 2019
Time: 12:00 - 13:00
Location: Computing Science Common Room

This is a weekly coffee break for RAs in Computing to network, informally discuss issues, or simply enjoy some coffee and biscuits away from the screen.

RA Coffee Break

Group: School of Computing Science
Speaker: you
Date: 26 September, 2019
Time: 12:00 - 13:00
Location: Computing Science Common Room

This is a weekly coffee break for RAs in Computing to network, informally discuss issues, or simply enjoy some coffee and biscuits away from the screen.

RA Coffee Break

Group: School of Computing Science
Speaker: you
Date: 03 October, 2019
Time: 12:00 - 13:00
Location: Computing Science Common Room

This is a weekly coffee break for RAs in Computing to network, informally discuss issues, or simply enjoy some coffee and biscuits away from the screen.

RA Coffee Break

Group: School of Computing Science
Speaker: you
Date: 10 October, 2019
Time: 12:00 - 13:00
Location: Computing Science Common Room

This is a weekly coffee break for RAs in Computing to network, informally discuss issues, or simply enjoy some coffee and biscuits away from the screen.

RA Coffee Break

Group: School of Computing Science
Speaker: you
Date: 17 October, 2019
Time: 12:00 - 13:00
Location: Computing Science Common Room

This is a weekly coffee break for RAs in Computing to network, informally discuss issues, or simply enjoy some coffee and biscuits away from the screen.

RA Coffee Break

Group: School of Computing Science
Speaker: you
Date: 24 October, 2019
Time: 12:00 - 13:00
Location: Computing Science Common Room

This is a weekly coffee break for RAs in Computing to network, informally discuss issues, or simply enjoy some coffee and biscuits away from the screen.

RA Coffee Break

Group: School of Computing Science
Speaker: you
Date: 31 October, 2019
Time: 11:00 - 12:00
Location: Computing Science Common Room

This is a weekly coffee break for RAs in Computing to network, informally discuss issues, or simply enjoy some coffee and biscuits away from the screen.

SICSA DemoFest 2019: Bringing Research To Life

Group: Scottish Informatics and Computer Science Alliance (SICSA)
Speaker: SICSA Event, SICSA
Date: 04 November, 2019
Time: 16:00 - 19:00
Location: Our Dynamic Earth, 112 Holyrood Road, Edinburgh, United Kingdom

DemoFest 2019 will take place on 4th November at Our Dynamic Earth, Edinburgh. DemoFest provides a perfect opportunity for your organisation to experience, first-hand, the cutting-edge research taking place in Scottish universities. Our exhibitors will talk about their research, tell you why it’s important to your organisation, and demonstrate their technology working in real-time. The event also provides a space for you to discuss future collaborations, business opportunities, internships, employment opportunities and much more. The 2019 event will feature: Keynote talks Exhibition hall with 50 real-time technology demonstrations from 14 Scottish Universities Event Partner Exhibitions Informal Networking and Collaboration opportunity with refreshments DemoFest 2018 will focus on the following key areas: Artificial Intelligence Big Data Cyber-Security Networking & The Cloud Robotics and Autonomous Systems Understanding Complex Systems User-Experience DemoFest is organised by SICSA in partnership with ScotlandIS.

RA Coffee Break

Group: School of Computing Science
Speaker: you
Date: 07 November, 2019
Time: 11:00 - 12:00
Location: Computing Science Common Room

This is a weekly coffee break for RAs in Computing to network, informally discuss issues, or simply enjoy some coffee and biscuits away from the screen.

RA Coffee Break

Group: School of Computing Science
Speaker: you
Date: 14 November, 2019
Time: 11:00 - 12:00
Location: Computing Science Common Room

This is a weekly coffee break for RAs in Computing to network, informally discuss issues, or simply enjoy some coffee and biscuits away from the screen.

RA Coffee Break

Group: School of Computing Science
Speaker: you
Date: 21 November, 2019
Time: 11:00 - 12:00
Location: Computing Science Common Room

This is a weekly coffee break for RAs in Computing to network, informally discuss issues, or simply enjoy some coffee and biscuits away from the screen.

RA Coffee Break

Group: School of Computing Science
Speaker: you
Date: 28 November, 2019
Time: 11:00 - 12:00
Location: Computing Science Common Room

This is a weekly coffee break for RAs in Computing to network, informally discuss issues, or simply enjoy some coffee and biscuits away from the screen.

RA Coffee Break

Group: School of Computing Science
Speaker: you
Date: 05 December, 2019
Time: 11:00 - 12:00
Location: Computing Science Common Room

This is a weekly coffee break for RAs in Computing to network, informally discuss issues, or simply enjoy some coffee and biscuits away from the screen.

RA Coffee Break

Group: School of Computing Science
Speaker: you
Date: 12 December, 2019
Time: 11:00 - 12:00
Location: Computing Science Common Room

This is a weekly coffee break for RAs in Computing to network, informally discuss issues, or simply enjoy some coffee and biscuits away from the screen.

RA Coffee Break

Group: School of Computing Science
Speaker: you
Date: 19 December, 2019
Time: 11:00 - 12:00
Location: Computing Science Common Room

This is a weekly coffee break for RAs in Computing to network, informally discuss issues, or simply enjoy some coffee and biscuits away from the screen.

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