Pervasive Parallelism Seminar Series

Pervasive Parallelism Seminar Series

Seminar series

The Pervasive Parallelism Seminar Series includes seminars hosted by the CDT PPar, alongside seminars selected from existing School of Informatics and EPCC series, which are deemed to be of particular relevance to CDT PPar students and supervisors.

Seminars are added to the current year’s programme as they are announced by the host institute or organisation. Announcements and reminders about PPar Seminars, PPar Lunches and other talks and events, which are relevant to the core areas of the CDT, are sent to the PPar-Announce mailing list.

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CDT PPar students are expected to attend as many of the Pervasive Parallelism Seminars as they reasonably can, especially those most relavant to their work.

PPar supervisors, industry partners, and interested staff and students from other institutes or schools are also very welcome to attend any PPar Seminars.

The PPar Seminar schedule for the current year, as well as previous series, are provided below. Please visit regularly, or join our mailing list, for updates.

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Pervasive Parallelism Seminar Series Schedule – 2017/18







Dr. Marco Fiore, CNR, Italy Privacy in mobile phone trajectory data: indistinguishability and uninformativeness Fri. 24th Nov 2017  14:30 IF-4.31/4.33 ICSA
Dr. Mahdi Jelodari, University of Manchester Elastic Circuits in the Clouds Tue. 7th Nov 2017 14:00 IF-4.31/4.33 ICSA
Paul Baecke, Microsoft Microsoft Big Data Guest Lecture Mon. 6th Nov 2017 17:00 AT, Lecture Theatre 4
Alistair Grant, EPCC Potholes in the Amazon (Cloud) – AWS Pipelines for the IoT Wed. 11th  Oct 2017 14:00  JCMB 4325A EPCC
Prof. Yungang Bao, Institute of Computing Technology Labeled Computer Architecture: A New Perspective on Software Defined Computer Architecture Thu. 14th Sept 2017 11:00 IF-4.31/4.33 ICSA
Dr. Alan Stokes, University of Manchester Graph-based problems and the SpiNNaker neural HPC architecture Wed. 6th Sept 2017 14:00 JCMB, Room 4325A EPCC

IF = Informatics Forum, George Square campus
AT = Appleton Tower,  George Square campus
JCMB = James Clerk Maxwell Building, King’s Buildings campus

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