Departmental Colloquia Archive (1993–2011)
The Departmental Colloquium series was organised by Computer Science with talks given by invited speakers.
This series was superseded in 2011 by the new Swansea Distinginguished Lectures in Computer Science series.
Research teams within the department also organise their own seminar series.
19951996

Tuesday 17th October 1995, 14:30, Seminar Room 322
Martin Berzins (University of Leeds)
Numerical solution of an engine knock model problem

Tuesday 24th October 1995, 14:30, Seminar Room 322
David Duce (Rutherford Laboratory)
PREMO  An emerging ISO/IEC standard for multimedia applications

Tuesday 31st October 1995, 14:30, Seminar Room 322
Jonathan Bowen (University of Reading)
Provably correct hardware compilation

Tuesday 7th November 1995, 14:30, Seminar Room 322
Vivek Gore (University of Edinburgh)
Sampling almost uniformly from a contextfree language

Tuesday 14th November 1995, 14:30, Seminar Room 322
Mike Denham (University of Plymouth)
Autonomous mobile robot control using temporal sequence learning

Tuesday 21st November 1995, 14:30, Seminar Room 322
Martin Dyer (University of Leeds)
A simpler approach to randomized volume estimation

Tuesday 28th November 1995, 14:30, Seminar Room 322
Robin Whitty (South Bank University)
Software product measurement: an apology

Tuesday 5th December 1995, 14:30, Seminar Room 322
Richard Banach (University of Manchester)
The PiCalculus and MONSTR

Tuesday 23rd January 1996, 14:30, Seminar Room 322
Mike Holcombe (University of Sheffield)
Complete functional testing

Wednesday 24th January 1996, 14:30, Seminar Room 322
Jan Heering (CWI, Amsterdam)
PIM  A complete transformational toolkit for compilers

Tuesday 30th January 1996, 14:30, Seminar Room 322
Alan Chalmers (University of Bristol)
Photorealistic visualisation of archaeological sites

Tuesday 20th February 1996, 14:30, Seminar Room 322
John Whiteman (Brunel University)
Numerical methods for partial differential Volterra equations

Thursday 22nd February 1996, 14:30, Seminar Room 322
Ian Wand (University of York)
Ada  is it a success?

Tuesday 27th February 1996, 14:30, Seminar Room 322
Ken Brodlie (University of Leeds)
Scientific visualization  past, present and future

Tuesday 5th March 1996, 14:30, Seminar Room 322
Abbas Edalat (Imperial College)
Dynamical systems, measures and fractals via domain theory

Tuesday 12th March 1996, 14:30, Seminar Room 322
Chris Tofts (University of Manchester)
Abstraction in probabilistic process algebras