BCS/RSI Annual Lecture 2012 “Intelligence and Security in the Cyber Age”

BCS/RSI Annual Lecture 2012 “Intelligence and Security in the Cyber Age” 19 March 2012 We are pleased to let you know that booking is now open for this year’s BCS/RSI Lecture. The speaker will be Sir David Pepper KCMG, former Director of the Government Communications Headquarters (GCHQ).  In his lecture, Sir David will examine how… Read more »

Midata or Their Data? Controlling Your Own Customer Record

Wednesday 14 December 2011 14:00 – 17:00 Hosted by Oxford Internet Institute Location: Room 051, Computer Science Department, Wolfson Building, Parks Road, OX1 3QD. Registration: Please email your name and affiliation to events@oii.ox.ac.uk or telephone +44 (0)1865 287209 Speakers Rory Gallagher, Cabinet Office William Heath, Chairman, Mydex Anthony House, Google Georgina Nelson, Which? John Taysom,… Read more »

Random Hacks of Kindness – Hacking for Humanity

Hacking for Humanity Please join RHoK on December 3rd and 4th for a RHoK hackathon in Oxford. Throughout the weekend, we will be coding around real world problems from all over the world. RHoK has been working with subject matter experts from around the world to develop problem statements addressing real world development and humanitarian… Read more »

The Dependability of Complex Socio-Technical Infrastructure

Monday 6th June 2011, at 5pm Oxford e-Research Centre Access Grid Room Prof. Ross Anderson Oxford Internet Institute, University of Oxford, would like to invite the BCS Oxfordshire members to a forthcoming event at Oxford University that we thought they would find interesting. Prof Ross Anderson from Cambridge University, one of the world’s leading computer… Read more »

A spectacular evening at Science Oxford Live

SCIENCE OXFORD LIVE Thursday, 26 May 2011 8:00pm – £5 per person or £16 per group (up to 5) PechaKucha is a presentation format where you show 20 slides, each for only 20 seconds. The slides change automatically so the presenter has to keep up with the fast paced slide show. In Science Oxford Lives… Read more »