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KMi invites external speakers to present their work to the lab. We also welcome approaches from researchers who are interested to present their work. Please contact either the KMi staff member who is working in your field, or the seminars coordinator, Anna De Liddo.

Events take place at the KMi Podium (Berrill Building, 4th Floor North) unless otherwise stated.

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Future Events

 Adrian Hilton

An introduction to SRE at Google

"Site Reliability Engineering (SRE) is what you get when you ask a software engineer to do a operations role."  Since 2004 the reliability of Google's critical services such as Websearch and Gmail has been defended by the...

Presenter: Adrian Hilton
Organisation: Google
Webcast time: 11:30
Webcast date: Monday 25 June 2018
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Past Events

Alpha-Beta Privacy (a novel and declarative way to reason about privacy)

Formally specifying privacy goals is not trivial. The most widely used approach in formal methods is based on the static equivalence of frames in the applied pi-calculus, basically asking whether or not the intruder is able to distinguish two...

Presenter: Prof. Luca Vigano
Organisation:
Webcast date: Friday 15 June 2018
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Quantitative and Qualitative Analyses for the Humanities Using Text, Images, and Tables

Humanities research is more and more becoming an interdisciplinary affair; digitisation and computing present researchers with interesting opportunities but also with challenges. Opportunities about in digital archives that are available to...

Presenter: Marieke van Erp
Organisation: Digital Humanities Lab, KNAW Humanities Cluster, Amsterdam, the Netherlands
Webcast date: Monday 21 May 2018
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Interlinking SciGraph and DBpedia datasets: an initial investigation

Over the past years, we have seen a proliferation of Linked Data sources, however often these are not easily exploitable unless they are augmented with additional links between them. Only by doing so we can contribute to the evolution of the...

Presenter: Beyza Yaman
Organisation: University of Genoa
Webcast date: Wednesday 02 May 2018
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Semantic Mapping

Semantic mapping is the process that creates a representation of the environment suitable for the implementation of complex tasks and behaviors that require both geometric and semantic knowledge. We will present an overview of the approaches...

Presenter: Prof. Daniele Nardi
Organisation:
Webcast date: Friday 20 April 2018
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ScienceMiles - Digital currency for researchers

Peer-reviewing is a community-driven activity where volunteer researchers assess the work of other researchers. Peer-reviewing is an important and time-consuming activity that has very little recognition. This lack of incentive may lead to...

Presenter: Zeeshan Jan
Organisation:
Webcast date: Wednesday 18 April 2018
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