We have joined with our Corporate Partners to bring you an exciting lecture series of technical presentations called 'Applications of Computing in Industry'.

The technical presentations are designed to complement your studies by showing how theory is applied in practice and by describing interesting technical challenges in industry and how our partner organisations are addressing them. Learning more about how computing is applied in industry will also support you with your career choices and the insights you gain will give you a competitive edge in applications/interviews.

When? Usually Tuesday from 12pm till 2pm for the first six weeks of the Autumn and Spring term. To launch the series there will be additional talks on Tuesday and Wednesday of week 1, in the Spring and Autumn terms. Occasionally there may be ad hoc presentations at other times. For more detailed information on times, please view the below table.

Where? Usually Lecture Theatre 308, Huxley Building - but see programme below for precise dates and details.

Who? Applications of Computing in Industry is open to all DoC students and students from relevant departments. Places are allocated on a first come first served basis.

Please note that some presentations may assume prior knowledge of a technology/area and as such may be more suitable for students on certain courses or at certain stages in their study - where this is the case it will be noted in the presentation details provided below.

For details of previous years talks, see: 2009-2010, 2010-2011, 2011-2012, 2012-2013, 2013-2014, 2014-2015, 2015-2016, 2016-2017, 2017-2018.

Autumn term 2018-2019

CompanyDate TimeTitle and speakerVenue

Morgan Stanley
2 October 2018 1pm

An Introduction to Electonic Market Making in Foreign Exchange

Daniel Livesley

HXLY LT308
2 October 2018 1:45pm

Trading, AI and augmenting behaviour

Tom Dorris

HXLY LT308

Amadeus
2 October 2018 3:15pm

Software automation and flight safety

Yin Yee Kan

HXLY LT308
Microsoft 2 October 2018

4pm

Engineering at Scale: The Challenges of Predicting Queries in Web Search Engines

Paul Baecke 

HXLY LT308
JP Morgan
3 October 2018 1pm

Machine Learning at J.P. Morgan

Biko Agozino

HXLY LT308
3 October 2018 1:45pm

Our experience with building an original game app company

Dr Shohreh Blank

HXLY LT308
 Improbable 3 October 2018 3:15pm

SpatialOs: Scaling Games

Bill Granfield

HXLY LT308
3 October 2018 4pm

Aggregating the world's knowledge of computing: from classical to quantum

Dr Anton Lokhmotov

HXLY LT308

09 October 2018 12pm

Creating the Real-Time Internet

Matt Beal

HXLY LT308
Nutanix 09 October 2017 1:10pm

 

Virtualisation and Storage Performance

Dr Felipe Franciosi

HXLY LT308

Facebook

16 October 2018 12pm

Crush your code

Marcus do Nascimento

HXLY LT308

Yelp

16 October 2018 1:10pm

 

Embracing the volatility of AWS Spot Fleet

Matthew Mead-Briggs

HXLY LT308
King logo 23 October 2018 12pm  TBC HXLY LT308
23 October 2018 1:10pm

IT Careers at the European Bioinformatics Institute

Steven Newhouse

HXLY LT308
30 October 2018 12pm

Clinical Diagnostics for Computer Scientists

Giovanni Charles

HXLY LT308

30 October 2018 1:10pm  TBC HXLY LT308
The Hut Group 6 November 2018 12pm


Technical challenges in e-commerce

Phil Wilson

HXLY LT308
amazon prime video 6 November 2018 1:10pm  TBC HXLY LT308
Summary of the table's contents