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We regularly invite world-leading experts to visit us, see our upcoming and previous visitors. Most visitors talk at our departmental or research group seminars (below).
We run several regular seminars described below.
For upcoming talks, check the departmental seminar system.
Department Seminar Series
This is our main seminar series with high-profile talks of interest to the entire Department of Computer Science. It runs irregularly but usually takes place Tuesdays at 1pm.
Durham-Liverpool synergy research meetings
Bi-weekly talks co-organized by our Networks and Distributed Computing group together with the research group of NESTiD (Network Engineering Science and Theory in Durham) at Durham University, as a part of the joint Durham-Liverpool synergy research activities.
Open Problem Series
Whole or half-day events to discuss interesting open problems. We aim to hold these events once or twice per year.
Research Group Seminars
The individual research groups run more specialized seminars with both internal and external speakers:
- Algorithms, Complexity Theory and Optimization
usually Wednesdays 2pm
- Applied Advanced Cryptography
usually Thursdays 2pm
- Economics and Computation
usually Wednesdays 1pm
- Networks and Distributed Computing
usually Thursdays noon
usually Fridays 11am