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For our lectures which are held in the Palmer Building on the Whiteknights campus of the University of Reading, information on its location, parking, etc., is available at http://www.venuereading.com/About/vr-gettinghere.aspx
For lectures in the Gordon Lecture Theatre, Systems Engineering, enter the Whiteknights campus by the Pepper Lane Entrance, turn right at the roundabout and park in Car Park 12. The No 21 bus stops at the Pepper Lane entrance.
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see below for an overview of our plans so far for lectures in the 2015-16 session.
22nd October 2015, "MOOCs for online learning" by Karsten Lundqvist and Richard Mitchell, University of Reading, at University of Reading, Palmer Building - See Events
26th November 2015, "Cryptography" by Adrian Waller, University of Surrey/Thales Research, at University of Reading, Palmer Building - see Events
28th January 2016, "Intelligent Remote Monitoring of Railway Assers" by Daniel Shayler, Thales Research at the University of Reading, Palmer Building
25th February 2016 - joint lecture with IMEchE : CLASS 345 – The New Trains For Crossrail by Mark Ellis, Bombardier and Phil Hinde, Crossrail
[This lecture starts at 19:00 with refreshments and informal career advice from 18:00]
28th April 2016, "Changes to Computing in the School ICT curriculum" by Phil Bagge, Hampshire Inspection and Advisory Service, University of Reading, Systems Engineering
26th May 2016, Insects and Mammals: The challenges of low power design for the Internet of Things", Ian Clifford, Cadence; University of Reading, Systems EngineeringAll lectures (except the Feb 2016 one) will start at 19:30, with refreshments from 19:00.
More details on these lectures are uploaded when available.
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Specifically for lectures in the Palmer building, see http://www.venuereading.com/About/vr-gettinghere.aspx