Research Programming Technical Social April 2016

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Wednesday 20th April 2016: Tom Doel and Mark White: "Working with and anonymising sensitive data."

Are you a UCL student or staff member who builds or maintains software for research?

Would you like to? Is writing code part of your scientific or scholarly life?

Please join us for the UCL 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.

These are held monthly, 17.00-18.30, with a format as follows:

  • 1700-1740: Short talk on a tool, program, environment, language or technique of general interest to programming researchers.
  • 1740-1830: Discussion of a matter of interest to programming researchers, inspired by the talk, over pizza and drinks.

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Wednesday 20th April 2016: Tom Doel and Mark White: “Working with and anonymising sensitive data.

Abstract: TBD

Previous events:

  • Monday 11th January 2016: Derek Groen: "FabSim: facilitating computational research through automation on
    large-scale and distributed e-infrastructures"
  • Thursday 11th February 2016: Jeremy Appleyard: "Profiling GPU applications"
  • Monday 14th March 2016: Raquel Alegre: “Making sense of geospatial data with CartoDB maps”

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