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The Open Web of Things as a means to unlock the potential of the IoT
Wednesday 15th July 2015 - B53/4025
Speaker: Dave Raggett
Bay 13 pecha kucha
Wednesday 24th June 2015 - B32/3077
The Web: Cognitive Boon or Burden?
Wednesday 17th June 2015 - B32/3077
Speaker: Dr Paul Smart
Big Data or Right Data?
Thursday 11th June 2015 - B32/3077
Speaker: Ricardo Baeza-Yates
On lions, impala, and bigraphs: modelling interactions in Ubiquitous Computing
Thursday 11th June 2015 - B32/3077
Speaker: Tom Rodden
Conference practice talks
Wednesday 10th June 2015 - B32/3077
Speakers: Tim O'Riordan and Alessandro Piscopo
Big Data: Wrongs and Rights
Wednesday 3rd June 2015 - B32/3077
Speaker: Andrew Cormack
The End of the World Wide Web
Wednesday 27th May 2015 - B32/3077
Speaker: Christopher Gutteridge
Pecha Kucha [cancelled]
Wednesday 20th May 2015 - B32/3077
The Age of Social Machines
Wednesday 13th May 2015 - B32/3077
Speaker: Prof Nigel R Shadbolt
WWW2015 conference practice talks
Wednesday 6th May 2015 - B32/3077
Speakers: Emma R Cradock and Sophie Parsons
Dynamic Document Generation from Semantic Web Data
Wednesday 6th May 2015 - B32/3077
Speaker: Yassine Mrabet
A data-driven approach to disease control
Wednesday 29th April 2015 - B34/3001
Speaker: Elisabeth zu Erbach-Schoenberg
User-Centred Methods for Measuring the Value of Open Data
Wednesday 22nd April 2015 - B32/3077
Speakers: Johanna C Walker and Mark Frank
Pecha Kucha: Bay 7
Wednesday 11th March 2015 - B32/3077
You have 2,634 unread emails
Wednesday 4th March 2015 - B32/3077
Crowdsourcing the Semantic Web: a story of technology and incentives
Wednesday 25th February 2015 - B32/3077
Speaker: Elena Simperl
Pecha Kucha: Bay 8
Wednesday 18th February 2015 - B32/3077
Wikipedia and Gamergate
Wednesday 11th February 2015 - B32/3077
Speaker: Mark Bernstein (by Skype)
More women in informatics research and education
Wednesday 4th February 2015 - B32/3077
Speaker: Lynda Hardman
Anonymisation, Deanonymisation and Data Management
Wednesday 4th February 2015 - B32/3077
Speaker: Dr Kieron M O'Hara
Scalable real-time crisis mapping and analytics of social media streams for disaster management and breaking news
Wednesday 21st January 2015 - B34/3001
Speaker: Stuart Middleton
Targets, transparency, policing, provenance and performance data
Friday 16th January 2015 - B67/1013
Speaker: Inspector Simon Guilfoyle
Pecha Kucha 32: Bay 9 - "The narrative of arguing the personalised news"
Wednesday 14th January 2015 - B34/3001
Speakers: Rikki F Prince, Charles A Hargood, Jonathan Scott and Tom Blount
What can Flickr photographs tell us about the world?
Wednesday 7th January 2015 - B32/3077
Speaker: Jonathan S Hare
Password cracking for fun and profit
Wednesday 17th December 2014 - B34/3001
Speaker: Huw Fryer
How Minecraft Affects How Young People Learn About Computer Science
Wednesday 10th December 2014 - B32/3077
Speaker: Tom Moorehouse
Symbol Management systems to support democracy in development of an online Symbol Dictionary
Wednesday 3rd December 2014 - B34/3001
Speaker: E.A. Draffan
Introduction to the Researcher Development Framework (RDF)
Wednesday 19th November 2014 - B32/3077
Speaker: Julie Reeves
Internet of Things Sensing
Wednesday 5th November 2014 - B32/3077
Speaker: Dr Kirk Martinez
Provenance: Beyond Standardisation
Wednesday 29th October 2014 - B32/3077
Speaker: Prof Luc AV Moreau
IT and other training in the always connected era
Wednesday 22nd October 2014 - B32/3077
Speakers: Justin Steele-Davies and Nic Monks
Work less, teach better and get better feedback: why we tried innovative teaching methods
Wednesday 15th October 2014 - B32/3077
Speaker: Patrick McSweeney
Discussion: WAIS Home / Hub32
Wednesday 8th October 2014 - B32/4077
FTCs: UCU and You
Wednesday 1st October 2014 - B32/3077
Speaker: Joe Viana
The Global Technology Outlook
Monday 22nd September 2014 - B6/1077
Speaker: John McLean
Web Science Summer School
Sunday 20th July 2014 - B67
ERICA: The making of the ECS Cyber Rhino
Wednesday 2nd July 2014 - B45/2040
Speakers: Tyler Ward and David R Newman
 

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