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This series of Geometry Lectures looked at all aspects of computer science, from how it works, how we can teach it better, what the exciting issues are, and what the future research questions should be. We've explored some very exciting areas, and we have covered some of the areas that are exciting, but often misunderstood. This final lecture of series, turned to how the computer science community itself works. * Where do all these ideas come from? * How reliable are they? * And, how can we do even better?

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This event was on Thu, 13 May 2004


Professor Harold Thimbleby

Professor of Geometry

Harold Thimbleby is professor of computer science at Swansea University where he established the Future Interaction Technology Lab. His passion is designing dependable computer systems...

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