Forthcoming lectures for 2019/2020
|Wednesday, 20th November|
Image and video forensics: Being a digital detective by Dr Mohammed Athar Ali
|Wednesday, 11th December||A brief history of Mars’ moons – what might the future hold? by Zoe Morland of The School of Physical Sciences, The Open University|
|Wednesday, 29th January|
Animal-Computer Interaction: Creating technology for Assistance Dogs, by Alice Torjussen of the School of Engineering & Informatics at the University of Sussex
|Wednesday, 25th March||The Bloodhound Supersonic Car Project, by Allan Read of the Bloodhound Project (details tbc) – POSTPONED|
|Wednesday, 13th May||AI in healthcare by Dr Hisham Al-Assam – POSTPONED|
|Wednesday, 17th June||POSTPONED|
Over the past few years, we have been very fortunate to host a programme of free lectures for the local community in the Lillingstone Trust Community Laboratory in the Discovery Centre, thanks to the support of the Lillingstone Trust. Details of confirmed lectures for the 2019/2020 series are posted above. Please click here to read the latest newsletter from the Lillingstone Trust.
All lectures start at 6pm, and last approximately one hour. Tea and coffee will be served from 5.45pm. Please contact Lucy Beckett (firstname.lastname@example.org) if you would like to attend, and please pass on a link to this page to anyone you believe may be interested in these lectures. We have full disabled access to the Lillingstone Trust Community Laboratory.
To be added to the mailing list for full information about forthcoming lectures, please contact Lucy Beckett at email@example.com