Computer Laboratory Outreach and Public Engagement Activities
The Computer Laboratory is engaged in a wide range of outreach activities with schools, colleges and communities. Our staff participate in public engagement activities to inspire, inform and foster debate.
Sam Aaron gave numerous workshops at Thomas's Clapham school. He also gave a Sonic Pi workshop for Belgium broadcaster VRT and a presentation at Thinking Digital in Manchester. Sam also performed in St. Petersburg.
Jon Crowcroft, Zafar Gilani, Andrew Moore and Diana Popescu participated in a panel discussion at the Cambridge Festival of Ideas.
Ian Lewis worked with local authorities on the smartCAMBRIDGE project board to improve the digital infrastructure in the region.
Annalisa Occhipinti gave a master class at the Royal Institution.
Peter Robinson contributed to the film on "Pain in the machine" which shown at the Cambridge Festival of Ideas.
Sam Aaron gave two workshops to German schoolchildren in Berlin, hosted by Microsoft, as part of the Code Your Life initiative. He also gave a talk and performance to an audience of artists and makers in Hannover as part of the Basis Zwei programme.
Hatice Gunes took part in Wellcome Collections' Friday Late Spectacular - Body Language Event, London.
The OCaml team hosted the fifteenth OCaml compiler hack evening.
Beth Singler was interviewed by Cambridge TV about The Cambridge Ideas film about Pain in the Machine.
Quentin Stafford-Fraser was interiewed on Newstalk 106-108fm: Ireland's National Independent Talk Radio Broadcaster.
Peter Sewell gave a keynote at Multicore Day 2016, part of SICS Software Week 2016 - an industry outreach event in Sweden.