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Churchill CompSci Talks

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Each week, students, fellows and veteran practitioners deliver presentations on topical, pertinent and pressing issues in Computer Science. The talks are technical in nature and consider implications and opportunities for Computer Science in the modern society. This enables everyone to explore cutting-edge aspects of Computer Science outside the confines of the University lecture syllabus which is set 18 months in advance. Topics are wide-ranging, across both theoretical and practical areas of Computer Science.

The talks are an essential aspect of personal development for our undergraduates and postgraduates, and bring the Cambridge community together. We develop the crucial skills necessary to master new technologies and apply them in the fast-paced modern world. Speakers use graphics, software demonstrations and prototype hardware to inspire the audience and provoke lively discussion and inform the community.

The talks are public and everyone is welcome to join us (check out the schedule). You can enjoy some of the previous talks on our YouTube channel.

In addition to the regular schedule, we often host talks from external speakers and organisations. If you’re looking for a stage to share your latest project with the world, please get in touch!

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