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Electronic Warfare

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Did it ever happen to you that a medic came up to you and said “I’m learning how to save lives, what are you learning?” and you don’t really know what to answer. Well now is your chance to see why computer science can actually save lives. We will go though the basics of electronic warfare, how it is used, recent events where electronic warfare should have been used and how to make a missile hit/miss.

This talk is part of the Churchill CompSci Talks series.

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