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Flocks, mills, and platoons: from ad-hoc design to optimality-based formulation - Dante Kalise

From Individual to Collective Behaviour in Biological and Robotic Systems Flocks, mills, and platoons: from ad-hoc design to optimality-based formulation Imperial College London Dante Kalise

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Research Integrity: the view from the Research Office - Alan Campbell

When we talk about research integrity, what we’re talking about are the principles, ideas and behaviours that make up good research practice. It’s about defining what excellence in the…

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Spectral Element Methods and Iterative Solvers for PDE-Constrained Optimisation Problems - Jonna Roden

Recent Advances in Numerical Linear Algebra for PDEs, Optimisation, and Data Assimilation Spectral Element Methods and Iterative Solvers for PDE-Constrained Optimisation Problems Jonna Roden…

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Waves in Complex Continua (Wavinar) - Radu Cimpeanu (University of Warwick)

Subtitles will appear soon. 05 April 2022 Radu Cimpeanu (University of Warwick Nonlinear Waves: Caught Between Asymptotic Analysis and High Performance Computing

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Seminar: Health governance and the commercial determinants of health

Watch SPECTRUM's Jeff Collin, Rob Ralston and Sarah Hill deliver a seminar on 'Health governance and the commercial determinants of health: managing conflict of interest in prevention of…

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Using Mixed Methods in Psychological Research Part 3

This is an outline of the explanatory sequential mixed methods design model in psychological research.

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Justin Rice interview 4

4th part of interview with Justin Rice on philosophy and cryptocurrency

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Robin Williams - Standardisation_part1

Robin Williams talks about standardisation within the SEPP course.

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16.2 SEPP - Functional Safety

This is an overview on functional safety.

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Prof Ross Anderson - Inference Control

Controversies in the Data Society 2022

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Dr Kami Vaniea - Developer Centred Privacy and Security

Controversies 2022

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Prioritising influence

Exploring the way in which we can prioritise what we control and can influence to impact what concerns us. *To change the view of face/slides, hover over the rectangles in the top corner* Contact…

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One World SNIPS: Lukasz Szpruch

One World Virtual Seminar Series - Stochastic Numerics and Inverse Problems, 02 February 2022 Lukasz Szpruch (University of Edinburgh / Alan Turing Institute) From the theory of (stochastic)…

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One World SNIPS: Annie Millet

One World Virtual Seminar Series - Stochastic Numerics and Inverse Problems, 19 January 2022 Annie Millet (SAMM, University Paris 1 - FP2M federation (CNRS FR 2036) and LPSM (UMR 8001))…

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Structure and function of lower urinary tract Part 1

MBChB year 2 Renal & urology module

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Dr Aristides Kiprakis: ‘Data-Driven Distributed Network Modelling & Control’

Dr Aristides Kiprakis, University of Edinburgh, ‘Data-Driven Distributed Network Modelling & Control’Intelligent Energy management for Environmentally Sustainable Energy…

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