The LFCS organises a series of seminars by visiting speakers, covering a range of topics in theoretical computer science. Speakers in this series are asked to present talks suitable for the entire membership of LFCS, rather than only researchers in their field. These seminars are open to all and are usually held on Tuesday afternoons during term time, from 4-5pm in the Informatics Forum. The seminars are publicised in the local newsgroup eduni.dcs.lfcs, and on the lfcs-interest and seminars mailing lists. The seminar organisers are Rik Sarkar (rsarkar AT inf DOT ed DOT ac DOT uk) and Ilias Diakonikolas (ilias.d AT ed DOT ac DOT uk). Please contact the organisers with suggestions for future speakers.
- Upcoming LFCS Seminars
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- LFCS Seminar by Gul Agha: Automated Inference of Concurrency Structure for Safe Execution (IF 4.31/33, from Aug 14, 2015 02:00 PM to Aug 14, 2015 04:00 PM)
- Gul Agha, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign http://osl.cs.illinois.edu