Events

About our seminars

Each year, the School of Computing and Mathematics hosts seminars from a variety of researchers working on topics aligned with our research interests. These speakers are often leading experts invited by school staff: in Computing we have enjoyed subjects as diverse as Social Learning, Reservoir Computing, Perceptual Learning and Software Engineering and Design. Maths seminars have spanned non-linear electromechanics, stability and waves in solids and fluids and plant root growth. We also invite doctoral students from the school and elsewhere to give talks as their research develops.

Most seminars take place in the Colin Reeves / MacKay complex (grid reference E5 on the campus map). ‌

Upcoming events

8
May 2019
Maths seminar: Professor Will Parnell

Each year, the School of Computing and Mathematics hosts seminars from a variety of researchers working on topics aligned with our research interests. Maths seminars have spanned non-linear electromechanics, stability and waves in solids and fluids and plant root growth. We also invite doctoral students from the school and elsewhere to give talks as their research develops.

Mackay Building, Mac 2.22 2:30PM
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15
May 2019
Maths seminar: Professor Miguel Bustamante

Each year, the School of Computing and Mathematics hosts seminars from a variety of researchers working on topics aligned with our research interests. Maths seminars have spanned non-linear electromechanics, stability and waves in solids and fluids and plant root growth. We also invite doctoral students from the school and elsewhere to give talks as their research develops.

Mackay Building, Mac 2.22 2:30PM
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15
May 2019
Computing seminar: Dr Matteo Cavaliere

Each year, the School of Computing and Mathematics hosts seminars from a variety of researchers working on topics aligned with our research interests. These speakers are often leading experts invited by school staff. In Computing we have enjoyed subjects as diverse as Social Learning, Reservoir Computing, Perceptual Learning and Software Engineering and Design.

Colin Reeves Building, CR08, Turing Lab 3:00PM
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22
May 2019
Computing seminar: Professor Paul Watson

Each year, the School of Computing and Mathematics hosts seminars from a variety of researchers working on topics aligned with our research interests. These speakers are often leading experts invited by school staff. In Computing we have enjoyed subjects as diverse as Social Learning, Reservoir Computing, Perceptual Learning and Software Engineering and Design.

Colin Reeves Building, CR08, Turing Lab 3:00PM
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15
Jun 2019
Open Day Saturday 15 June 2019

Keele Open Days are a great way for prospective undergraduate students to discover our beautiful campus.

Keele University 9:00AM
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18
Aug 2019
Open Day Sunday 18 August 2019

Keele Open Days are a great way for prospective undergraduate students to discover our beautiful campus.

Keele University 9:00AM
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12
Oct 2019
Open Day Saturday 12 October 2019

Keele Open Days are a great way for prospective undergraduate students to discover our beautiful campus.

Keele University 9:00AM
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13
Oct 2019
Open Day Sunday 13 October 2019

Keele Open Days are a great way for prospective undergraduate students to discover our beautiful campus.

Keele University 9:00AM
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23
Nov 2019
Open Day Saturday 23 November 2019

Keele Open Days are a great way for prospective undergraduate students to discover our beautiful campus.

Keele University 9:00AM
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Past events

27
Mar 2019
Computing seminar: Professor Bart Rienties

Each year, the School of Computing and Mathematics hosts seminars from a variety of researchers working on topics aligned with our research interests. These speakers are often leading experts invited by school staff. In Computing we have enjoyed subjects as diverse as Social Learning, Reservoir Computing, Perceptual Learning and Software Engineering and Design.

Colin Reeves Building, CR08, Turing Lab 3:00PM
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20
Mar 2019
Computing seminar: Dr Allison Gardner

Each year, the School of Computing and Mathematics hosts seminars from a variety of researchers working on topics aligned with our research interests. These speakers are often leading experts invited by school staff. In Computing we have enjoyed subjects as diverse as Social Learning, Reservoir Computing, Perceptual Learning and Software Engineering and Design.

Colin Reeves Building, CR08, Turing Lab 3:00PM
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20
Mar 2019
Maths seminar: Dr Magda Carr

Each year, the School of Computing and Mathematics hosts seminars from a variety of researchers working on topics aligned with our research interests. Maths seminars have spanned non-linear electromechanics, stability and waves in solids and fluids and plant root growth. We also invite doctoral students from the school and elsewhere to give talks as their research develops.

Mackay Building, Mac 2.22 2:30PM
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15
Mar 2019
Maths seminar: Dr Kirill Cherednichenko

Each year, the School of Computing and Mathematics hosts seminars from a variety of researchers working on topics aligned with our research interests. Maths seminars have spanned non-linear electromechanics, stability and waves in solids and fluids and plant root growth. We also invite doctoral students from the school and elsewhere to give talks as their research develops.

Mackay Building, Mac 2.22 2:30PM
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13
Mar 2019
Maths seminar: Dr Aleksey Pichugin

Each year, the School of Computing and Mathematics hosts seminars from a variety of researchers working on topics aligned with our research interests. Maths seminars have spanned non-linear electromechanics, stability and waves in solids and fluids and plant root growth. We also invite doctoral students from the school and elsewhere to give talks as their research develops.

Mackay Building, Mac 2.22 2:30PM
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6
Mar 2019
Maths seminar: Dr Ilia Kamotski

Each year, the School of Computing and Mathematics hosts seminars from a variety of researchers working on topics aligned with our research interests. Maths seminars have spanned non-linear electromechanics, stability and waves in solids and fluids and plant root growth. We also invite doctoral students from the school and elsewhere to give talks as their research develops.

Mackay Building, Mac 2.22 2:30PM
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5
Mar 2019
The Digital and Sustainable Energy Revolution

Speaker Professor David Healey will explain where the increasing importance of using digital technologies can make the transportation, delivery and use of energy more efficient to help counter climate change.

Keele University, Chancellor's Building, Room CBA 0.060 6:00PM
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27
Feb 2019
Computing seminar: Dr Chris Buckley

Each year, the School of Computing and Mathematics hosts seminars from a variety of researchers working on topics aligned with our research interests. These speakers are often leading experts invited by school staff. In Computing we have enjoyed subjects as diverse as Social Learning, Reservoir Computing, Perceptual Learning and Software Engineering and Design.

Colin Reeves Building, CR08, Turing Lab 3:00PM
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27
Feb 2019
Maths seminar: Dr Elena Marensi

Each year, the School of Computing and Mathematics hosts seminars from a variety of researchers working on topics aligned with our research interests. Maths seminars have spanned non-linear electromechanics, stability and waves in solids and fluids and plant root growth. We also invite doctoral students from the school and elsewhere to give talks as their research develops.

Mackay Building, Mac 2.22 2:30PM
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20
Feb 2019
Maths seminar: Dr Jim Thomas

Each year, the School of Computing and Mathematics hosts seminars from a variety of researchers working on topics aligned with our research interests. Maths seminars have spanned non-linear electromechanics, stability and waves in solids and fluids and plant root growth. We also invite doctoral students from the school and elsewhere to give talks as their research develops.

Mackay Building, Mac 2.22 2:30PM
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13
Feb 2019
Computing seminar: Dr Joanne Bryson

Each year, the School of Computing and Mathematics hosts seminars from a variety of researchers working on topics aligned with our research interests. These speakers are often leading experts invited by school staff. In Computing we have enjoyed subjects as diverse as Social Learning, Reservoir Computing, Perceptual Learning and Software Engineering and Design.

Keele Hall, Salvin Room 6:00PM
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13
Feb 2019
Maths seminar: Dr Cathal Cummins

Each year, the School of Computing and Mathematics hosts seminars from a variety of researchers working on topics aligned with our research interests. Maths seminars have spanned non-linear electromechanics, stability and waves in solids and fluids and plant root growth. We also invite doctoral students from the school and elsewhere to give talks as their research develops.

Mackay Building, Mac 2.22 2:30PM
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6
Feb 2019
Computing seminar: Dr Phillip Lord

Each year, the School of Computing and Mathematics hosts seminars from a variety of researchers working on topics aligned with our research interests. These speakers are often leading experts invited by school staff. In Computing we have enjoyed subjects as diverse as Social Learning, Reservoir Computing, Perceptual Learning and Software Engineering and Design.

Colin Reeves Building, CR08, Turing Lab 3:00PM
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12
Dec 2018
Computing seminar: Dr Allison Gardner

Each year, the School of Computing and Mathematics hosts seminars from a variety of researchers working on topics aligned with our research interests. These speakers are often leading experts invited by school staff. In Computing we have enjoyed subjects as diverse as Social Learning, Reservoir Computing, Perceptual Learning and Software Engineering and Design.

Colin Reeves Building, CR08, Turing Lab 3:00PM
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12
Dec 2018
Maths seminar: Choi-Hong Lai

Each year, the School of Computing and Mathematics hosts seminars from a variety of researchers working on topics aligned with our research interests. Maths seminars have spanned non-linear electromechanics, stability and waves in solids and fluids and plant root growth. We also invite doctoral students from the school and elsewhere to give talks as their research develops.

Mackay Building, Mac 2.22 2:30PM
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5
Dec 2018
Computing seminar: Victor Sellwood

Each year, the School of Computing and Mathematics hosts seminars from a variety of researchers working on topics aligned with our research interests. These speakers are often leading experts invited by school staff. In Computing we have enjoyed subjects as diverse as Social Learning, Reservoir Computing, Perceptual Learning and Software Engineering and Design.

CR08, Turing Lab, Colin Reeves Building 3:00PM
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5
Dec 2018
Maths seminar: Chris Johnson

Each year, the School of Computing and Mathematics hosts seminars from a variety of researchers working on topics aligned with our research interests. Maths seminars have spanned non-linear electromechanics, stability and waves in solids and fluids and plant root growth. We also invite doctoral students from the school and elsewhere to give talks as their research develops.

Mackay Building, Mac 2.22 2:30PM
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28
Nov 2018
Computing seminar: Dr Jun Cao

Each year, the School of Computing and Mathematics hosts seminars from a variety of researchers working on topics aligned with our research interests. These speakers are often leading experts invited by school staff. In Computing we have enjoyed subjects as diverse as Social Learning, Reservoir Computing, Perceptual Learning and Software Engineering and Design.

CR08, Turing Lab, Colin Reeves Building 3:00PM
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28
Nov 2018
Maths seminar: Mark Blyth

Each year, the School of Computing and Mathematics hosts seminars from a variety of researchers working on topics aligned with our research interests. Maths seminars have spanned non-linear electromechanics, stability and waves in solids and fluids and plant root growth. We also invite doctoral students from the school and elsewhere to give talks as their research develops.

Mackay Building, Mac 2.22 2:30PM
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21
Nov 2018
Maths seminar: David Needham

Each year, the School of Computing and Mathematics hosts seminars from a variety of researchers working on topics aligned with our research interests. Maths seminars have spanned non-linear electromechanics, stability and waves in solids and fluids and plant root growth. We also invite doctoral students from the school and elsewhere to give talks as their research develops.

Mackay Building, Mac 2.22 2:30PM
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14
Nov 2018
Computing seminar: Professor Jeremy Pitt

Each year, the School of Computing and Mathematics hosts seminars from a variety of researchers working on topics aligned with our research interests. These speakers are often leading experts invited by school staff. In Computing we have enjoyed subjects as diverse as Social Learning, Reservoir Computing, Perceptual Learning and Software Engineering and Design.

CR08, Turing Lab, Colin Reeves Building 3:00PM
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14
Nov 2018
Maths seminar: Harm Askes

Each year, the School of Computing and Mathematics hosts seminars from a variety of researchers working on topics aligned with our research interests. Maths seminars have spanned non-linear electromechanics, stability and waves in solids and fluids and plant root growth. We also invite doctoral students from the school and elsewhere to give talks as their research develops.

Mackay Building, Mac 2.22 2:30PM
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7
Nov 2018
Maths seminar: Ilia Kamotski

Each year, the School of Computing and Mathematics hosts seminars from a variety of researchers working on topics aligned with our research interests. Maths seminars have spanned non-linear electromechanics, stability and waves in solids and fluids and plant root growth. We also invite doctoral students from the school and elsewhere to give talks as their research develops.

Mackay Building, Mac 2.22 2:30PM
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31
Oct 2018
Computing seminar: Dr James Borg

Each year, the School of Computing and Mathematics hosts seminars from a variety of researchers working on topics aligned with our research interests. These speakers are often leading experts invited by school staff. In Computing we have enjoyed subjects as diverse as Social Learning, Reservoir Computing, Perceptual Learning and Software Engineering and Design.

CR08, Turing Lab, Colin Reeves Building 3:00PM
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31
Oct 2018
Maths seminar: Natasha Movchan

Each year, the School of Computing and Mathematics hosts seminars from a variety of researchers working on topics aligned with our research interests. Maths seminars have spanned non-linear electromechanics, stability and waves in solids and fluids and plant root growth. We also invite doctoral students from the school and elsewhere to give talks as their research develops.

Mackay Building, Mac 2.22 2:30PM
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24
Oct 2018
Maths seminar: Cat Vreugdenhill

Each year, the School of Computing and Mathematics hosts seminars from a variety of researchers working on topics aligned with our research interests. Maths seminars have spanned non-linear electromechanics, stability and waves in solids and fluids and plant root growth. We also invite doctoral students from the school and elsewhere to give talks as their research develops.

Mackay Building, Mac 2.22 2:30PM
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17
Oct 2018
Computing seminar: Professor David Healey

Each year, the School of Computing and Mathematics hosts seminars from a variety of researchers working on topics aligned with our research interests. These speakers are often leading experts invited by school staff. In Computing we have enjoyed subjects as diverse as Social Learning, Reservoir Computing, Perceptual Learning and Software Engineering and Design.

CR08, Turing Lab, Colin Reeves Building 3:00PM
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17
Oct 2018
Maths seminar: Riccardo Barros

Each year, the School of Computing and Mathematics hosts seminars from a variety of researchers working on topics aligned with our research interests. Maths seminars have spanned non-linear electromechanics, stability and waves in solids and fluids and plant root growth. We also invite doctoral students from the school and elsewhere to give talks as their research develops.

Mackay Building, Mac 2.22 2:30PM
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10
Oct 2018
Computing seminar: Mr Luke Bracegirdle

Each year, the School of Computing and Mathematics hosts seminars from a variety of researchers working on topics aligned with our research interests. These speakers are often leading experts invited by school staff. In Computing we have enjoyed subjects as diverse as Social Learning, Reservoir Computing, Perceptual Learning and Software Engineering and Design.

CR08, Turing Lab, Colin Reeves Building 3:00PM
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10
Oct 2018
Maths seminar: Richard Waller

Each year, the School of Computing and Mathematics hosts seminars from a variety of researchers working on topics aligned with our research interests. Maths seminars have spanned non-linear electromechanics, stability and waves in solids and fluids and plant root growth. We also invite doctoral students from the school and elsewhere to give talks as their research develops.

Mackay Building, Mac 2.22 2:30PM
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30
Apr 2018
UK Ontology Network meeting

The Sixth UK Ontology Network meeting (#ukon2018) will take place on Monday, April 30th, 2018 at Keele University

Keele Hall, Salvin Room 9:30AM
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