LMS Computer Science Colloquium 2023 (in person registration)
LMS Computer Science Colloquium 2023
The LMS Computer Science Colloquium is an annual event, which includes themed talks on a topical issue at the interface of mathematics and computer science.
The theme of this year's Colloquium is: Verification: Theory and Practice.
The Colloquium is organised by the LMS Computer Science Committee. The event is aimed at PhD students and post-docs, although others are welcome to attend, whether LMS members or not.
We will endeavour to upload the talks to the LMS YouTube channel - click 'subscribe' to be alerted when new videos are added.
Programme (all times in GMT)
The confirmed speakers are:
Giles Reger (University of Manchester) - The Vampire Journey: building a theorem prover for program verification
Ana Cavalcanti (University of York) - Verification of control software for robots that learn
Rod Chapman (Amazon Web Services) - Automated Reasoning at AWS, and Applications in Cryptography
Angeliki Koutsoukou-Argyraki (University of Cambridge)
Full timings TBC.
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