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AISB event Bulletin Item

ANNOUNCING LONDON HOPPER COLLOQUIUM 2011, 24 May 2011, BCS, LONDON OFFICE, UK


Queen Mary, University of London is pleased to announce the 7th London 
Hopper Colloquium to be held on Tuesday, 24 May 2011 at the London 
headquarters of BCS, The Chartered Institute for IT. This 1-day event 
will feature a diverse group of women speakers talking about their 
research, and will enable new researchers to meet with each other and 
exchange ideas, form collaborations and become aware of the network of 
women conducting research in computing. Talks are aimed at Masters 
level up and will show the exciting research carried out by women, at 
all stages of their career, and from diverse backgrounds.

The keynote speakers are:

Julie McCann, Imperial College London
Decentralised and Volatile: Self-Adaptive, Self-Organising Wireless 
Sensor Networks

Mandy Chessell, IBM
Information for a Smarter City

Beth Massey, University of Lincoln
Head to Toe Diagnosis - The Computer as Doctor

Karen Petrie, University of Dundee
Climbing the Academic Ladder.

In addition to talks and panel discussions, there is a poster session 
where PhD and postdoctoral researchers will have an opportunity to 
present their research work.

Three prizes of 75 each, provided by IBM, will be awarded for the best posters.
REGISTRATION

The event is free and to register please go to 
http://www.dcs.qmul.ac.uk/women/LondonHopper2011.php