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Thu 17 Oct, '19
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Atos IT Challenge 2020
CS1.04

This talk will introduce you to the Atos IT Challenge.

The Atos IT Challenge is based around designing a technical solution, with a practical application. The 15 teams who get to the second stage in the competition are allocated a mentor and coach from the Atos Scientific Community (our most senior technical experts) who work with the students on developing their idea – so a great learning opportunity to work with someone in industry. The challenge will also ask the students to build a business plan around their idea, so it is a great combination of utilising / developing new technical skills as well as developing business acumen. One point to note is that students do retain the IP of any ideas they develop as part of the competition.

Thu 17 Oct, '19
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DIMAP Seminar: Alex Scott (University of Oxford)
B3.03
Fri 18 Oct, '19
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JP Morgan Tech Showcase
DCS Atrium

Need a break from your studies? Visit our Technology Showcase event. Our technologists will share how we collaborate to create innovative solutions that impact customers, clients and businesses around the world. You’ll experience firsthand how we’re delivering great customer and client experiences, speed, and simplicity in cloud, digital, payments innovation, and our markets expertise. Join us for pizza, drinks, interesting conversations and more

Fri 18 Oct, '19
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DIMAP Seminar:Vladimir Podolskii (Moscow)
MS.05
Mon 21 Oct, '19
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Apple: GPU Architecture and Modelling
CS1.04

The GPU is a key component of virtually all modern SOCs. Its architecture is continuously evolving to meet fast changing user and system requirements.

This fast pace of evolution is both a challenge and opportunity for SOC design at Apple as we aim for the ultimate in features, performance, and efficiency on tight schedules.


We will present the typical architecture of a GPU and describe its functional pipeline, focusing on vertex, rasterization, fragment stages and shaders.


We will introduce some key concepts of modelling and discuss how modelling is used as a key part of the design and development cycle from early architectural design exploration, functional verification, and performance/power signoff for silicon tapeout.

Tue 22 Oct, '19
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DIMAP Seminar: Julian Sahasrabudhe (University of Cambridge)
MS.03
Wed 23 Oct, '19
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Automation Consultants: Technical Interview Practice
MB2.24 / CS1.02

Worried about internship or graduate position interviews? Join experts from the DevOps consultancy, Automation Consultants for the chance to get experience at these processes.

More details on how to sign up to come.

Thu 24 Oct, '19
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Colloquium: Evangelia Kalyvianaki (University of Cambridge)
CS1.01
Tue 29 Oct, '19
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Morgan Stanley - CV Workshop
CS1.04

Looking for guidance on what industry leaders are looking for in a CV? Join Morgan Stanley as they help you improve how you can present yourself to an employer.

In the evening, enjoy a chance to network over pizza and discuss with Morgan Stanley employees and Warwick Alumni on what Morgan Stanley can offer a computer scientist.

Wed 6 Nov, '19
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Computing Your Career
The Department of Computer Science

The annual CS career's event returns. Join us, and twelve different employers, for a chance to get a taste of the variety of different career paths that a degree in computer science can provide you.

Sign up on my.advantage.

Mon 9 Dec, '19
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Data and computer systems in GCSE computer science
Computer Science Teaching Room
Mon 9 Dec, '19
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Warwick Postgraduate Colloquium in Computer Science 2019
Mathematical Science Building

The Warwick Postgraduate Colloquium in Computer Science is an annual student-run conference aimed at showcasing all the research done by the PGR students in Computer Science, the Centre for Discrete Mathematics and its Applications (DIMAP) and the CDT in Urban Science and Progress. The event is free for all participants. Staff are encouraged to attend as much of the event as possible, in order to provide valuable feedback to participants. This year's event will be held in the Mathematical Sciences Building. Full details available here.

Wed 11 Dec, '19
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Object Oriented Programming for A level teachers
Computer Science Teaching Room
Wed 18 Dec, '19
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Python programming essentials for GCSE computer science
Computer Science Teaching Room