The group is run by a small committee who organise lectures on topics we find interesting, and we take note of your suggestions.
So please fill in the forms we handout in the lectures, to say what you thought about what you have heard, and propose new topics.
If you would like to join the committee, come and speak to one of us at a lecture.
Oct 24 2019 ASV Radars for RAF Coastal Command, 1940 – 1945 by Simon Watts. Poster available here.
Nov 28 2019 Compatibility and Interoperability on the Railways by Maya Petkova and Phil Beirne. Poster available here.
Jan 23 2020 The impact of the changing nature of computing on climate science by Bryan Lawrence. Poster available here.
Feb 27 2020 What if you could grow back an amputated hand for pain relief by Rui Loureiro, UCL. Poster available here
Mar 26 2020 Control of Diamond Light by Austen Rose. Poster available here. Postponed due to virus - hope to rearrange.
May 25 2020 tbc - No lecture to be organised due to virus
We also collaborate with the IEEE Systems Man and Cybernetics chapter, and had publicised their lecture:
Singularity Re-Visited by Okyay Kaynak
Unfortunately for personal reasons this has been postponed from Mar 5th - a new date will be set
All lectures will start at 19:30, with refreshments from 19:00, and no booking is needed.
This year all our lectures are in the Van Emden Theatre on the First Floor of the Edith Morley Building, for which, please see
- Map of University Campus. This shows best entrances to use to Edith Morley - Building 1 on campus
- Video showing how to navigate to Van Emden theatre in Edith Morley
- Information on travelling to campus : http://www.venuereading.com/About/vr-gettinghere.aspx
- For travelling by car, use Car Park 1A