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Tuesday, 26 November 2013

UCL Computer Science opens its doors to the public - 9 Dec 2013

I have basically churnalised and adapted this from an email sent round to people at UCL :)

CS Unveiled
Monday 9 December
2pm-9pm
UCL Computer Science Department
Website:  http://www.cs.ucl.ac.uk/events/events_listing/cs_unveiled/
Tickets:  http://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/cs-unveiled-tickets-9184688651



Ever wanted to know what goes on in one of the biggest Computer Science departments in the world? What new inventions are emerging? What innovative teaching is taking place? And what Computer Science will be about in the year 2020?

On Monday 9 December, UCL Computer Science Department opens its doors to the general public, giving an exclusive peek at the cutting edge research and teaching facilities that will change the world in the future. You will discover what makes computers tick and people touch. You will learn how Computer Science will continue to underpin every aspect of our lives.

UCL Computer Science has a long and impressive history. For example, we were the first to host the Internet outside the US, we have developed photographic technology that transforms every camera image, we have revolutionized online safety and the privacy of data and we are working on the robots of the future. We’re also developing tools to help teachers in the classroom so Computer Science will become mainstream in all primary and secondary schools.

The event will de-mystify the discipline and showcase the challenges and opportunities. You will have the opportunity to speak with leading researchers, students and innovators in Computer Science. This is your opportunity to see tomorrow's technology today - book now at http://csunveiled.eventbrite.co.uk/ .

For more details about the day see here http://www.cs.ucl.ac.uk/events/events_listing/cs_unveiled/. Please send any questions to stephen.marchant@ucl.ac.uk


What's happening?
2pm Unveiling CS in Industry
Find out more about our collaborations with multinatational companies and tech start-ups and hear from students who have rolled out projects to industry.

3pm CS tours and demos
To include the CAVE: Immersive Virtual Environments Laboratory for 3-D simulations; Human-Computer Interaction Laboratory; Secure Data Laboratory: a new £1m facility launched this year.

5pm Unveiling CS Research Impact
Hear about our cutting edge research through our latest case studies and see the impact it has on society beyond academia. Followed at 6pm with a reception and chance to meet our impact story authors and learn more about their work and how it changes lives.




 

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