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UPDATE MICHAELMAS 2014
The Lectures have returned for a second run! A small selection of the lectures from the research students will be given at 13:00 on Tuesdays starting on 28 October in SW01 . You can bring your sandwiches. SW01 has limited capacity and we recommend getting there promptly to get a seat.
You are all cordially invited to attend a series of 10 lectures written and presented by Computer Lab research students to be given during Easter Term 2014. The lectures will start at 14:00 on Thursday 1 May and run at 14:00 every Monday, Thursday and Friday until Thursday 22 May in Lecture 2 of the William Gates Building.
Topics will vary from “Messing with the Future (or the Art of Continuations)” to “Practical Machine Learning” to “Modern Approaches to Parsing” to “Applied Probabilistic Algorithms for Big Data Analysis” and much, much more.
Should you wish to take part, we will run a test (for fun) at the end of the series, and after the Tripos exams, to be set and marked by the RSL lecturers and for which the best answers will be considered for one of three prizes.
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