PhD Seminars

The PhD Seminar is a series of presentations given by PhD and research students in computer science and mathematics from Leicester and other universities in the UK. In particular, the talks address students and staff of the University of Leicester. The seminar is open to anyone interested. A strong background in any of the subjects is not assumed.

The presentations reflect the research interests of PhD students in the department of Computer Science and are intended to stimulate the interaction between researchers in Computer Science, Software Engineering, Logic, and Mathematics.

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Seminar Programme

Upcoming seminars
Past seminars
25th March 2015, 14:00 in ATT 002
Sophie Karagiorgou (IMIS, Athens, Greece)
Inference of Transportation Networks from Sparse Tracking Data
5th March 2015, 10:00 in ADR LG26
Heidy Khlaaf (University College London)
Fairness for Infinite-State Systems (slides)
26th February 2015, 10:00 in ADR LG26
Sandy Heydrich (MPI, Host: Rob van Stee)
Approximating minimum biclique cover and partition
10th December 2014, 14:00 in ATT 208
Steven Woodhouse (Cambridge University)
Synthesising Gene Regulatory Networks from Single-Cell Gene Expression Data
30th October 2014, 10:00 in BENL LT
Lucas Junqueira Adami (University of São Paulo, Brasil; Host: Stephan Reiff-Marganiec)
Providing Quality of Service on Services Selection using Anycast Techniques
16th October 2014, 10:00 in BENL LT
Rafael Mira Libardi (University of São Paulo, Brasil; Host: Stephan Reiff-Marganiec)
Improving file storage using multiple cloud providers
17th September 2014, 14:00 in ATT 206
Daniel Ciolek (Universidad de Buenos Aires, Argentina; Host: Gabriela Rino)
Controller Synthesis

Click here for a complete list of past seminars.

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