Research Programming Technical Socials
In these informal events, you can learn about useful tools and techniques which will help with your research while meeting other students and staff who use computers for science.
We’re looking for volunteers to lead these events in 2018-19. If you’re interested please contact us through the Slack forum.
These are held monthly, usually 17.00-18.30, with a format as follows:
- Short talk on a tool, program, environment, language or technique of general interest to programming researchers.
- Discussion inspired by the talk, over pizza and drinks.
- Optionally retire to an appropriate social venue.
|Dr Jeremy Cohen||Wednesday 18th July 2018, 5pm-6:30pm||Chadwick Building, G07, UCL||Registration not open yet|
|June 2018||Dr Chris Richardson||Interfacing Python to C++: some experiences with the FEniCS Project||Slides|
|May 2018||Dr Peter Bloomfield||The Machine Intelligence Garage; removing barriers from the AI startup ecosystem||Slides|
|April 2018||Prof. Anthony Steed||Rise, Fall and Rise of Virtual Reality|
|March 2018||Dr Stewart Martin-Haugh||Throwing away 99.999975% of your data: triggering at the ATLAS experiment||Slides|
|January 2018||Dr Tomas Petricek||The Gamma: Democratising data science||Slides|
|November 2017||Dr Olivia Guest||Gerrymandering and computational redistricting||Slides|
|October 2017||Dr Marc Warner||AI in the cloud with SherlockML|
|July 2017||Dr Jeremy Metz||Image processing in the biological sciences: classical vs machine learning approaches|
|May 2017||Dr Wadud Miah||Modern Fortran for Computational Science||Slides|
|April 2017||Dr Daniel Buchan||Deploying your data analysis pipelines as services for others|
|March 2017||Dr Daniel Hanlon||iRODS||Slides|
|January 2017||Dr Vince Knight||Property based testing in a research setting|
|December 2016||Dr Jonathan Cooper||Cardiac Electrophysiology Web Lab||Slides|
|November 2016||Dr Kris De Meyer||Monte-Carlo with Julia in the Cloud||Slides|
|October 2016||Dr Gabriele Pierantoni||Information Flows: a possible direction for the future of scientific computational infrastructures||Slides|
|July 2016||Dr Thomas Kluyver||Experiences from the Jupyter development team|
|June 2016||James Geddes||Cellular: A proposal for less awful models||Slides|
|May 2016||Prof Tony Hey||The Fourth Paradigm: Data-Intensive Science||Slides|
|April 2016||Dr Tom Doel||Data sharing with GIFT-Cloud||Slides|
|March 2016||Ms Raquel Alegre||Making sense of geospatial data with CartoDB maps||Slides|
|February 2016||Dr Jeremy Appleyard||Profiling GPU code||Slides|
|January 2016||Dr Derek Groen||FabSim: facilitating computational research through automation on large-scale and distributed e-infrastructures.||Slides|
|December 2015||Dr Dan Buchan||Write Less Code||Slides|
|November 2015||Dr Marzia Rivi||Parallel programming: a brief discussion||Slides|
|October 2015||Dr Ian Sillitoe||Scalable Web Engineering at UCL||Slides|
||Dr Ulf Schiller||Numerical Approximation, Friend or Foe?||Slides|