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SoCS PhD Research Training Sessions

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SoCS Research Training is a PhD-led initiative proposed as a series of training sessions tailored and specialised for the needs of CS research. Training intends to cover a range of skills and knowledge required for conducting research in CS, and create a supportive environment for exchanging experiences. The sessions are intended to give general introduction about topics widely used in research; like statistics; and serve as guidance for further exploration needed in research. PhD students and staff involved in research are all welcome. More here:

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Linear Algebra

UserAchim Jung (School of Computer Science).


ClockFriday 19 March 2021, 11:00-13:00

The PhD Survival Guide

UserMia Wright.

HouseComputer Science Sloman Lounge.

ClockWednesday 13 March 2019, 12:00-14:00

Designing Experiments and Evaluations

UserChristopher Baber.

HouseComputer Science Sloman Lounge.

ClockWednesday 06 March 2019, 12:00-14:00


UserAchim Jung (School of Computer Science).

HouseLearning Centre Room UG06.

ClockWednesday 20 February 2019, 12:00-14:00

What's the difference between a machine that really has emotions and one that merely behaves as if it has them?

UserAaron Sloman (School of Computer Science, bham).

HouseMechanical Engineering, B24.

ClockWednesday 14 November 2018, 12:00-13:00


UserHenry W J Reeve (University of Birmingham).

HouseMechanical Engineering, B22.

ClockWednesday 07 November 2018, 12:00-13:00

Linear Algebra

UserAchim Jung (School of Computer Science).

HouseMechanical Engineering B23.

ClockWednesday 31 October 2018, 12:00-14:00

Introduction to Category Theory

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UserPaul Levy (University of Birmingham).

HouseLearning Centre - UG10.

ClockWednesday 24 October 2018, 12:00-14:00

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