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Special Interest Group in 20th year at conference, covering the latest and most innovative research in the application of ontologies
Composer and pianist Maria Kallionpää gave the first performance of Climb!, her new interactive work for piano, recently
Annual international conference devoted to the discussion of recent developments in parallel computing and its applications to the field of CFD and related disciplines.
A pilot project to develop an understanding of the practical implications of Linked Data for University Collections
Centre's Professor David Wallom is on the project board of Smart Oxford, the strategic programme of a wide range of city partners working together to develop and promote Oxford as a smart city.
Leading CPDN / Weather@home researcher Dr Friederike Otto provided contributions to both the US NAS Annual Meeting session on extreme event attribution and the IPCC 6th Assessment Report
Reviewing a series of experimental studies about the power and limitations of socio-indexical learning
Leading to online catalogue of services for cybersecurity and privacy, showcasing market uptake and advancing EU sustainable competitiveness.
Theme of the day was sonification, a topic that is inherently interdisciplinary, ranging from digital humanities and data science to sound synthesis, composition and performance.