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The Department of Computer Science hosts specific research seminars and public events throughout the year.

Upcoming seminars and events

Data Science Hackathon Club. 

Express your interest!  Please respond by 11/11/2018.

 We will organize short video lectures, hands-on tutorials, and practice workshops. This club will support students to form teams to participate data science hackathon or competition events. What you will learn will be useful for any free-form hackathon events, finding a Data Scientist job, or creating your own start-ups.  Every student/staff of the CS department of University of Reading is welcome. You might need to have programming background (e.g., python, java) to conduct the tutorial session.  No formal membership is required.

If you are interested in attending this activity, please
1) fill out the doodle poll for a meeting time using
https://doodle.com/poll/h2vvdwky2ma4cmqg
2) and subscribe to the mailing list
https://hps.vi4io.org/listinfo/data-science-hackathon-club
Note that the mailing list sends a confirmation you have to respond to. Please contact Huizhi (huizhi.liang "AT" reading.ac.uk) or Varun (v.k.ojha "AT" reading.ac.uk) with any questions.

Past seminars and events

Exascale and Extreme Data Science at NERSC

Tuesday 29 November 2016

Find out more about the NERSC event.

Computer Science meets Environmental Science

Thursday 15 September 2016

Find out more about the Computer Science meets Environmental Science event.

Computer Science Open Days

Our next Computer Science Open Days will be held on Friday 6th October and Saturday 13th October 2018 .

If you would like to attend, please register your interest on our central Open Days webpage.

For more information on our 2018 Open Days, please visit our Computer Science Open Days webpage.

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