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Department Events

The department runs a variety of seminars, workshops and colloquia. See upcoming events below. You are also welcome to sign up to the seminar mailing list.

For more information please contact Tom Gur, the organiser of the Computer Science Colloquium.

For visiting the department, see the map of campus, directions, and accommodation recommendations.
(Be reminded that the University of Warwick is not, surprisingly, located in the town of Warwick.)

 

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Wed 5 Oct, '22
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CS Colloquium: Nikos Aletras (Sheffield)
Sat 8 Oct, '22
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Undergraduate Open Day
DCS

Open Day activities will be taking place in and around the department on 8 October.

Thu 13 Oct, '22
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Complexity Meeting: Zhengzhong Jin (Johns Hopkins)
Online

Indistinguishability Obfuscation via Mathematical Proofs of Equivalence
https://www.dcs.warwick.ac.uk/~igorcarb/complexity-meetings.html

Wed 19 Oct, '22
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CS Colloquium: Cambyse Rouze (TU Munchen)
Sat 22 Oct, '22
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Undergraduate Open Day
DCS

Open Day activities will be taking place in and around the department on 22 October.

Wed 26 Oct, '22
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Computing Your Career – Autumn Fair
DCS (Rooms TBC)

Flagship autumn term event featuring large employers, or employers with early recruitment timelines, actively seeking to recruit DCS students.

Format: In-person event featuring 15-minute lightening talks from 7 employers. Followed by networking and Q&A with all employers.  

Aim: To introduce students to a range of career options, industries and employers. Enabling students to network with employers who are actively recruiting for internship, placement year or graduate opportunities.

Wed 2 Nov, '22
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CS Colloquium: Dongwon Lee (Penn State)
Wed 16 Nov, '22
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CS Colloquium: Jose Collados (Cardiff)
Wed 25 Jan, '23
Computing Your Career – Meet the SMEs and Start-ups
DCS

T2, week 3 or 4 (TBC) 25 Jan or 1 Feb

Format: In-person event featuring a series of speakers (ideally 5) sharing their experiences of working for SMEs, start-ups or creating their own business. Followed by networking and Q&A time. 

Aim: Showcase careers in SMEs, enable students to gain an insight into working for a start-up and starting a business.