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Lab Lunch by Faron Moller

Professor Faron Moller from Swansea University will talk about Technocamps, an outreach programme he runs in Wales.

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BCTCS 2010

British Colloquium for Theoretical Computer Science

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Lab Lunch with Stratis Viglas

At this additional Lab lunch Stratis Viglas will chair a discussion of nominations for Milner Lecturers.

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Lab Lunch by Tomasz Gogacz

Determination of queries by views

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LFCS seminar by Matthew Anderson On Symmetric Circuits and Fixed-Point Logics

Title: On Symmetric Circuits and Fixed-Point Logics Speaker: Matthew Anderson, Cambridge venue: IF 4.31-4.33, 4:00pm, 11/2/2014

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LFCS seminar by Professor Benjamin Pierce

Micro-Policies: A Framework for Tag-Based Security Monitors

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LFCS Seminar by Dr. Peter Richtarik

Accelerated, Parallel and Proximal Coordinate Descent

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Lab Lunch by Wilmer Ricciotti

Wilmer Ricciotti will speak about Formal Language Theory in MF2. Biscuits as usual by Fabian Peternek.

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Pizza lunch welcoming new LFCS PhD students

We have nine new PhD students starting at LFCS this year, with an induction day on Friday next week. As part of this we are holding a pizza lunch for everyone in LFCS. Please come along to share lunch and welcome these new members of the lab.

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PhD lightning talks

Short talks by PhD Students for PhD Students

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SICSA workshop on Computational Ecology

The objective of this workshop is to bring together SICSA researchers who are currently actively working on, or interested in, developing dynamic models of ecological systems using formal modelling techniques from computer science. The workshop should also be of interest to SICSA researchers who are working on formal modelling techniques and might see this as an opportunity to learn more about potential applications in ecology, and colleagues from other disciplines (ecology, mathematical biology or bio-statistics) who might be intrigued to see what formal computational models have to offer.

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