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26
Jul
2018
The digital economy is awash with fast-paced innovation, and for tech start-ups there is constant pressure to keep up. With so many other competing business priorities, thinking about intellectual property (IP) for ICT products and...
18
Jul
2018
Title: How did we let the Digital Surveillance Economy come into existence? And what can we do about it? Abstract: Consumers have become dependent on gratis computing services.  But the World Wide Web has been subverted to enable the...
13
Jul
2018
Professor Elanor Huntington warmly invites you to attend the College's post Graduation Reception. Celebrate this momentous occasion with family, friends, classmates and College staff.  The event will be held following your formal...
13
Jul
2018
Abstract: I will present two machine learning methods for mining text data, and discuss their applications in healthcare informatics. Clinical notes are a valuable source of information containing regular assessments of patients'...
11
Jul
2018
Abstract. This presentation will focus on the electrode materials for electrochemical energy storage systems (metal-ion batteries, electrochemical supercapacitors and hybrid capacitors) as well as research plans at a research fellow...
09
Jul
2018
Since the development of the 4G LTE standards around 2010, the research communities both in academia and industry have been brainstorming to predict the use cases and scenarios of 2020s, to determine the corresponding technical...
09
Jul
2018
  Abstract: Water resources analysis and hydrologic modeling has advanced considerably over the last 50 years, evolving from simple mathematical representations of catchment processes, through to the complex and integrated modeling...
03
Jul
2018
The need for STEM workers in the United States (and elsewhere) is expected to grow at or above the national growth rate over the next decade (U.S. Department of Commerce, 2012). Furthermore, governments have focused a good deal of...
29
Jun
2018
Simon Engelkeabc (se357@cam.ac.uk) a Department of Chemistry, University of Cambridge, Lensfield Road, Cambridge CB2 1EW, United Kingdom b Institute for Manufacturing, Department of Engineering, 17 Charles Babbage Road, University of...
26
Jun
2018
In the 2018 JG Crawford Oration, Vint Cerf will explore areas where serious technical and policy efforts are needed to reinforce the utility of the Internet and diminish some of the harmful behaviors we are seeing. Some of the work will...

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