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1 Interview with Jennifer Scott, Professor of Mathematics at University of Reading, and Individual Merit Research Fellow at the Rutherford Appleton Laboratory Georgina Ferry interviews Jennifer Scott as part of the Oxford Women in Computing Oral History project. Scott discusses her D Phil in the Oxford Computing Lab, her fellowship at St. John's college and the Numerical Algorithms Group (NAG). Georgina Ferry, Jennifer Scott 20 Jan 2020
2 Interview with Susan Hockey (part 2), Emeritus Professor of Library and Information Studies, University College London Carrying on from episode 12, part 2 of Georgina Ferry's interview sees Susan Hockey discussing observations of gender split within the computing profession. Georgina Ferry, Susan Hockey 20 Jan 2020
3 Interview with Susan Hockey, Emeritus Professor of Library and Information Studies, University College London Georgina Ferry interviews Susan Hockey as part of the Oxford Women in Computing Oral History project. Hockey discusses digital humanities research, management and organisations, and her work for Oxford Computing Service from 1975-1991. Georgina Ferry, Susan Hockey 20 Jan 2020
4 Interview with Jill Hoare, former programmer for Elliott Brothers and the NHS Georgina Ferry interviews Jill Hoare as part of the Oxford Women in Computing Oral History project. Hoare discusses early experiences of coding and programming, work at Stanford University in 1973 and working on hospital systems for NHS Oxfordshire. Georgina Ferry, Jill Hoare 20 Jan 2020
5 Interview with Linda Hayes (part 2), former head of User Services at the Oxford Computing Service Carrying on from episode 9, the second part of Georgina Ferry's interview with Linda Hayes includes her recount her time at St. Cross College and the origins of the university single sign on system. Georgina Ferry, Linda Hayes 20 Jan 2020
6 Interview with Linda Hayes, former head of User Services at the Oxford Computing Service Georgina Ferry interviews Linda Hayes as part of the Oxford Women in Computing Oral History project. Hayes discusses her diploma in Numerical Analysis and Automatic Computing at Cambridge, and working for the Oxford Computing Service 1965 onwards. Georgina Ferry, Linda Hayes 20 Jan 2020
7 Interview with Eleanor Dodson, computational methods developer of Protein Crystallography Georgina Ferry interviews Eleanor Dodson as part of the Oxford Women in Computing Oral History project. Dodson discusses her time as research technician for Dorothy Hodgkin, use of the Oxford Computing Service and Collaborative Computational project no.4. Georgina Ferry, Eleanor Dodson 20 Jan 2020
8 Interview with Julia Dain, former research assistant for the Programming Research Group (PRG) Georgina Ferry interviews Julia Dain as part of the Oxford Women in Computing Oral History project. Dain recounts her traineeship at Marconi company, studying Maths at Oxford and working in the computer science department at Warwick University. Georgina Ferry, Julia Dain 20 Jan 2020
9 Interview with Jana Colchester (part 2), former programming teacher at Marconi College and University of Essex Carrying on from episode 5, this second part of Georgina Ferry's interview with Jana Colchester includes Colchester discussing attitudes relating to gender in the maths and computing professions. Georgina Ferry, Jana Colchester 20 Jan 2020
10 Interview with Jana Colchester, former programming teacher at Marconi College and University of Essex Georgina Ferry interviews Jana Colchester as part of the Oxford Women in Computing Oral History project. Colchester discusses working in the Oxford Computing Labs, lecturing and teaching at a range of further and higher education institutions. Georgina Ferry, Jana Colchester 20 Jan 2020
11 Interview with Shirley Carter, founding member of the Numerical Algorithms Group (NAG) Georgina Ferry interviews Shirley Carter as part of the Oxford Women in Computing Oral History project. Carter recounts early experiences of programming, her computer science lectureship at Liverpool in the 1970s and the formation and development of NAG. Georgina Ferry, Shirley Carter 20 Jan 2020
12 Interview with Carol Bateman (part 2), former training and information manager for the Oxford Computing Service Carrying on from episode 2, in the second part of Georgina Ferry's interview with Carol Bateman she discusses the professional computing community and needs of users of the Oxford Computing Service in the late 1980s-early 1990s. Georgina Ferry, Carol Bateman 20 Jan 2020
13 Interview with Carol Bateman, former training and information manager for the Oxford Computing Service Georgina Ferry interviews Carol Bateman as part of the Oxford Women in Computing Oral History project. Bateman discusses her route into computing via Glasgow University, and progression of the Oxford Computing Service. Georgina Ferry, Carol Bateman 20 Jan 2020
14 Interview with Leonor Barroca, senior lecturer in Computing at the Open University Georgina Ferry interviews Leonor Barroca as part of the Oxford Women in Computing Oral History project. Barocca recounts her time on the MSc Computing course at Oxford University and studying and teaching posts at the Universidade do Minho in Portugal. Georgina Ferry, Leonor Barroca 20 Jan 2020
15 Creative Commons Anne Trefethen Pro Vice Chancellor Anne Trefethen in conversation with Stanley Ulijaszek Anne Trefethen, Stanley Ulijaszek 28 Nov 2019
16 Creative Commons Network-based learning for understanding collective human behaviour One in a series of talks from the Summer Institute in Computational Social Science (SICSS), which took place in Oxford, 2019. Xiaowen Dong 08 Nov 2019
17 Creative Commons Statistical concepts: A framework for research One in a series of talks from the Summer Institute in Computational Social Science (SICSS), which took place in Oxford, 2019. Sir David Cox 08 Nov 2019
18 Creative Commons Eliciting Data in Challenging Intercultural Settings One in a series of talks from the Summer Institute in Computational Social Science (SICSS), which took place in Oxford, 2019. Sonja Vogt 08 Nov 2019
19 Creative Commons Advances in Computational and Experimental Social Sciences One in a series of talks from the Summer Institute in Computational Social Science (SICSS), which took place in Oxford, 2019. Ray Duch 08 Nov 2019
20 Creative Commons Workshop on non-probability surveys One in a series of talks from the Summer Institute in Computational Social Science (SICSS), which took place in Oxford, 2019. Roberto Cerina 08 Nov 2019
21 Creative Commons Computational Text Analysis (part 2) One in a series of talks from the Summer Institute in Computational Social Science (SICSS), which took place in Oxford, 2019. Taylor Brown 08 Nov 2019
22 Creative Commons Computational Text Analysis (part 1) One in a series of talks from the Summer Institute in Computational Social Science (SICSS), which took place in Oxford, 2019. Taylor Brown 08 Nov 2019
23 Creative Commons Digital trace data (part 2) One in a series of talks from the Summer Institute in Computational Social Science (SICSS), which took place in Oxford, 2019. Ridhi Kashyap 08 Nov 2019
24 Creative Commons Digital trace data (part 1) One in a series of talks from the Summer Institute in Computational Social Science (SICSS), which took place in Oxford, 2019. Ridhi Kashyap 08 Nov 2019
25 Creative Commons Mapping human populations and mobility in low and middle income countries for malaria elimination. One in a series of talks from the Summer Institute in Computational Social Science (SICSS), which took place in Oxford, 2019. Nick Ruktanonchai 08 Nov 2019
26 Artificial Intelligence and Consciousness Could an AI be conscious? If so, how could we tell? What would a conscious AI mean for the possible risks that AI pose to humanity? In this episode we speak to Professor David Chalmers (NYU) about philosophy, consciousness and AI. David Chalmers, Alice Evatt, Henry Tann 07 May 2019
27 Could quantum computing change the world? Peter Millican tries to discover the truth about a global race to develop the world’s first scalable quantum. Peter Millican, Peter Leek, David Deutsch, Vera Schafer 11 Apr 2019
28 The Origins of Enigma Codebreaking at Bletchley Park Sir Dermot Turing will talk about the origins of Enigma codebreaking at Bletchley Park, the Bombe machine and how it worked. Sir Dermot Turing 18 Feb 2019
29 Creative Commons Inferring Scope through Syntactic Sugar Justin Pombrio (Brown University, USA) gives the third talk in the fifth panel, Inference and Analysis on the 3rd day of the ICFP conference. Justin Pombrio 23 Jan 2018
30 Creative Commons Automating Sized-Type Inference for Complexity Analysis Martin Avanzini (University of Innsbruck, Austria) gives the second talk in the fifth panel, Inference and Analysis on the 3rd day of the ICFP conference. Martin Avanzini 23 Jan 2018
31 Creative Commons Constrained Type Families Richard A. Eisenberg (Bryn Mawr College, USA) gives the first talk in the fifth panel, Inference and Analysis, on the 3rd day of the ICFP conference. Richard A Eisenberg 23 Jan 2018
32 Creative Commons Gradual Typing with Union and Intersection Types Victor Lanvin (ENS Cachan, France) gives the third talk in the fourth panel, Integrating Static and Dynamic Typing, on the 3rd day of the ICFP conference. Victor Lanvin 23 Jan 2018
33 Creative Commons On Polymorphic Gradual Typing Yuu Igarashi (Kyoto University, Japan) gives the second talk in the fourth panel, Integrating Static and Dynamic Typing, on the 3rd day of the ICFP conference. Yuu Igarashi 22 Jan 2018
34 Creative Commons Theorems for Free for Free: Parametricity, With and Without Types Amal Ahmed (Northeastern University, USA) gives the first talk in the fourth panel, Integrating Static and Dynamic Typing, on the 3rd day of the ICFP conference. Amal Ahmed 22 Jan 2018
35 Creative Commons Gradual Session Types Peter Thiemann (University of Freiburg, Germany) gives the fourth talk in the third panel, Contracts and Sessions, on the 3rd day of the ICFP conference. Peter Thiemann 22 Jan 2018
36 Creative Commons Manifest Sharing with Session Types Stephanie Balzer (Carnegie Mellon University, USA) gives the third talk in the third panel, Contracts and Sessions, on the 3rd day of the ICFP conference. Stephanie Balzer 22 Jan 2018
37 Creative Commons A Metaprogramming Framework for Formal Verification Sebastian Ullrich (KIT, Germany), gives the fourth talk in the second panel, Dependently Typed Programming, on the 3rd day of the ICFP conference. Sebastian Ullrich 17 Jan 2018
38 Creative Commons Normalization by Evaluation for Sized Dependent Types Andreas Abel (University of Gothenburg, Sweden), gives the first talk in the second panel, Dependently Typed Programming, on the 3rd day of the ICFP conference. Andreas Abel 17 Jan 2018
39 Creative Commons A Specification for Dependent Types in Haskell Antoine Vizard (University of Pennsylvania, USA), gives the first talk in the second panel, Dependently Typed Programming, on the 3rd day of the ICFP conference. Antoine Vizard 17 Jan 2018
40 Creative Commons Herbarium Racketensis: A Stroll through the Woods (Functional Pearl) Robby Findler (Northwestern University, USA), gives the first talk in the first panel, Domain-Specific Languages, on the 3rd day of the ICFP conference. Robby Findler 17 Jan 2018
41 Creative Commons Visitors Unchained Francois Pottier (Inria, France), gives the second talk in the fourth panel, Program Construction, on the 2nd day of the ICFP conference. François Pottier 17 Jan 2018
42 Creative Commons Compiling to Categories Conal Elliott, Target, USA, gives the first talk in the fourth panel, Program Construction, on the 2nd day of the ICFP conference. Conal Elliott 16 Jan 2018
43 Creative Commons Local Refinement Typing Benjamin Cosman, University of California at San Diego, USA, gives the third talk in the second panel, Tools for Verification, on the 2nd day of the ICFP conference. Benjamin Cosman 16 Jan 2018
44 Creative Commons SpaceSearch: A Library for Building and Verifying Solver-Aided Tools Konstantin Weitz (University of Washington, USA) gives the second talk in the second panel, Tools for Verification, on the 2nd day of the ICFP conference. Konstantin Weitz 15 Jan 2018
45 Creative Commons Kami: A Platform for High-Level Parametric Hardware Specification and Its Modular Verification Kami: A Platform for High-Level Parametric Hardware Specification and Its Modular Verification Muralidaran Vijayaraghavan 15 Jan 2018
46 Creative Commons No-Brainer CPS Conversion Milo Davis (Northeastern University, USA) gives the fourth talk in the second panel, Foundations of Higher-Order Programming, on the 2nd day of the ICFP. Milo Davis 15 Jan 2018
47 Creative Commons Foundations of Strong Call by Need Thibaut Balabonski (LRI, France and University of Paris-Sud, France) gives the third talk in the second panel, Foundations of Higher-Order Programming, on the 2nd day of the ICFP conference. Thibaut Balabonski 15 Jan 2018
48 Creative Commons How to Prove Your Calculus Is Decidable: Practical Applications of Second-Order Algebraic Theories and Computation Makoto Hamana (Gunma University, Japan), gives the first talk in the second panel, Foundations of Higher-Order Programming, on the 2nd day of the ICFP conference. Makoto Hamana 18 Dec 2017
49 Creative Commons Better Living through Operational Semantics: An Optimizing Compiler for Radio Protocols Geoffrey Mainland (Drexel University, USA) gives the fourth talk in the first panel, Low-level and Systems Programming, on the 2nd day of the ICFP conference. Geoffrey Mainland 18 Dec 2017
50 Creative Commons Verifying Efficient Function Calls in CakeML Scott Owens University of Kent, UK, gives the third talk in the first panel, Low-level and Systems Programming, on the 2nd day of the ICFP conference. Scott Owens 18 Dec 2017
51 Creative Commons A Relational Logic for Higher-Order Programs Alejandro Aguirre, IMDEA Software Institute, Spain, gives the second talk in the second panel, Foundations of Higher-Order Programming, on the 2nd day of the ICFP conference. Alejandro Aguirre 18 Dec 2017
52 Creative Commons Verified Low-Level Programming Embedded in F Jonathan Protzen, Microsoft Research, United States, gives the second talk in the first panel, Low-level and Systems Programming, on the 2nd day of the ICFP conference. Jonathan Protzen 18 Dec 2017
53 Creative Commons Persistence for the Masses: RRB-Vectors in a Systems Language Juan Pedro Bolívar Puente, Independent Consultant, Sinusoidal Engineering, Germany, gives the first talk in the first panel, Low-level and Systems Programming, on the 2nd day of the ICFP conference. Juan Pedro Bolívar Puente 18 Dec 2017
54 Creative Commons Assuring AI John Launchbury, Chief Scientist of Galois Inc, gives the second keynote of the ICFP conference. John Launchbury 18 Dec 2017
55 Creative Commons Effect-Driven QuickChecking of Compilers Jan Midtgaard, gives the fourth presentation in the fourth panel, Effects, in the ICFP 2017 conference. Co-written by Mathias Nygaard Justesen, Patrick Kasting, Flemming Nielson, Hanne Riis Nielson, DTU, Denmark. Jan Midtgaard 18 Dec 2017
56 Creative Commons Imperative Functional Programs that Explain their Work Jan Stolarek, University of Edinburgh, UK, gives the third presentation in the fourth panel, Effects, in the ICFP 2017 conference. Co-written by Wilmer Ricciotti, Roly Perera and James Cheney, and University of Edinburgh, UK. Jan Stolarek 18 Dec 2017
57 Creative Commons On the Expressive Power of User-Defined Effects: Effect Handlers, Monadic Reflection, Delimited Control Ohad Kammar, University of Oxford, UK, gives the second presentation in the fourth panel, Effects, in the ICFP 2017 conference. Ohad Kammar 13 Dec 2017
58 Creative Commons Abstracting Definitional Interpreters David Darais, University of Maryland, USA, gives the first presentation in the fourth panel, Effects, in the ICFP 2017 conference. Co-written by Nicholas Labich, David Van Horn, Phuc C. Nguyen, University of Maryland, USA. David Darais 13 Dec 2017
59 Creative Commons Symbolic Conditioning of Arrays in Probabilistic Programs Praveen Narayanan, Indiana University, USA, gives the third presentation in the third panel, Applications, in the ICFP 2017 conference. Co-written by Chung-Chief Shan, Indiana University, USA. Praveen Narayanan 13 Dec 2017
60 Creative Commons A Framework for Adaptive Differential Privacy Daniel Winograd-Cort University of Pennsylvania, USA, gives the first presentation in the third panel, Applications, in the ICFP 2017 conference. Co-written by Andreas Haeberlen and Aaron Roth, University of Pennsylvania, USA. Daniel Winograd-Cort 13 Dec 2017
61 Strachey Lecture - The Continuing Evolution of C++ Stroustrup discusses the development and evolution of the C++, one of the most widely used programming languages ever. Bjarne Stroustrup 12 Dec 2017
62 Creative Commons Prototyping a Query Compiler using Coq (Experience Report) Louis Mandel (IBM) gives the first presentation in the third panel, Applications, in the ICFP 2017 conference. Co-written by Joshua Auerbach, Martin Hirzel, Avraham Shinnar, Jerome Simeon, IBM Research, USA. Louis Mandel 12 Dec 2017
63 Creative Commons A Unified Approach to Solving Seven Programming Problems (Functional Pearl) William E. Byrd, University of Utah, USA, gives the fourth presentation in the second panel, Functional Programming Techniques, in the ICFP 2017 conference. William E Byrd 12 Dec 2017
64 Creative Commons Generic Functional Parallel Algorithms: Scan and FFT Conal Elliott, Target, USA United States, gives the third presentation in the second panel, Functional Programming Techniques, in the ICFP 2017 conference. Conal Elliott 12 Dec 2017
65 Creative Commons A Pretty But Not Greedy Printer (Functional Pearl) Jean-Philippe Bernardy, University of Gothenburg, gives the second presentation in the second panel, Functional Programming Techniques, in the ICFP 2017 conference. Jean-Philippe Bernardy 12 Dec 2017
66 Creative Commons Faster Coroutine Pipelines Mike Spivey, University of Oxford, UK, gives the first presentation in the second panel, Functional Programming Techniques, in the ICFP 2017 conference. Mike Spivey 12 Dec 2017
67 Creative Commons Scaling up Functional Programming Education: Under the Hood of the OCaml MOOC Roberto Di Cosmo (Inria, France and University of Paris Diderot, France), gives the fourth presentation in the first panel, Art and Education, in the ICFP 2017 conference. Roberto Di Cosmo 12 Dec 2017
68 Creative Commons Lock-Step Simulation Is Child's Play (Experience Report) Joachim Breiner, University of Pennsylvania, United States, gives the third presentation in the first panel, Art and Education, in the ICFP 2017 conference. Co-written by Chris Smith Google, USA. Joachim Breiner 12 Dec 2017
69 Creative Commons Testing and Debugging Functional Reactive Programming Ivan Perez, University of Nottingham, UK, gives the second presentation in the first panel, Art and Education, in the ICFP 2017 conference. Co-written by Henrik Nilsson, University of Nottingham, UK. Ivan Perez 12 Dec 2017
70 Creative Commons Super 8 Languages for Making Movies (Functional Pearl) Leif Andersen (Northeastern University, USA) gives the first presentation in the first panel, Art and Education, in the ICFP 2017 conference. Leif Andersen 07 Dec 2017
71 Creative Commons Compositional Creativity: Some Principles for Talking to Computers Chris Martens (North Carolina State University, United States) gives the first talk in the ICFP conference. Chris Martens 05 Dec 2017
72 Quantum physics and the nature of computing How can we test a quantum computer? An exploration of some of the theoretical puzzles of this field and how we can investigate them with experimental physics. Jelmer Renema 25 Oct 2017
73 Creative Commons Chaperone Contracts for Higher-Order Sessions Hernan Melgratti (University of Buenos Aires, Argentina), gives the first talk in the third panel, Contracts and Sessions, on the 3rd day of the ICFP conference. Hernan Melgratti 14 Sep 2017
74 Lovelace Lecture: Learning and Efficiency of Outcomes in Games Éva Tardos, Department of Computer Science, Cornell University, gives the 2017 Ada Lovelace Lecture on 6th June 2017. Éva Tardos, Leslie Goldberg 22 Aug 2017
75 Exploring the next generation digital learning environments Chuck Severance, University of Michigan, looks at Learning Management Systems and what comes next. D Charles Severance 13 Jul 2017
76 2017 Closing Keynote: What Happens When the Internet of Things Meets the Humanities? Andrew Prescott, University of Glasgow and AHRC Theme Leader Fellow for Digital Transformations, gives the closing keynote for the 2017 DHOXSS. Andrew Prescott 07 Jul 2017
77 Wikimedia: Wikipedia's sister projects as platforms for Digital Humanities Martin Poulter, Oxford's Wikimedian in Reseidence, gives a masterclass in using Wikimedia for digital research. Martin Poulter 07 Jul 2017
78 Working with very large corpora: Building your worksets in the HathiTrust Kevin Page, Iain Emsley and David Weigl talk about using The HathiTrust Digital Library to conduct research in this interstice workshop. Kevin Page, Iain Emsley, David Weigl 07 Jul 2017
79 Ada Lovelace: Creative computing and an experimental humanities Pip Willcox and David De Roure give a presentation on Ada Lovelace, one of the early pioneers in computing. Pip Wilcox, David De Roure 07 Jul 2017
80 The Open Source Advisory Service - OSS Watch Rowan Wilson gives a talk about working with Sebastian on setting up the national service - OSS Watch, the Open Source Software advisory service. Rowan Wilson 16 Nov 2016
81 Humanities Computing at Southampton, and The Non-Catholic Cemetery in Rome Wendy Hall and Les Carr share their memories of work at Southampton University. Nicholas Stanley-Price and Amanda Thursfield, (The Non-Catholic Cemetery in Rome) share their experiences with working with Sebastian Rahtz. Wendy Hall, Les Carr, Nicholas Stanley-Price, Amanda Thursfield 16 Nov 2016
82 Oxford University Department of Computer Science: Second Year Group Design Practicals Students undertaking undergraduate (first) degrees in Computer Science, Computer Science & Philosophy and Maths & Computer Science undertake a Group Design Practical as a compulsory part of the course. Computer Science Students 08 Nov 2016
83 Data Visualisation Mark Hahnel (Founder of figshare), gives the second presentation in the conference. Mark Hahnel 02 Nov 2016
84 Mobile in Museums Theodore Koterwas, Mobile Development Team Lead, IT Services, gives a short talk for Oxford University Museums Staff Conference Theodore Koterwas 31 Oct 2016
85 Creative Commons Strachey Lecture - Quantum Supremacy Dr Scott Aaronson (MIT, UT Austin) gives the 2016 Strachey lecture. Scott Aaronson 14 Jun 2016
86 Creative Commons Enchantress of Abstraction, Bride of Science: must Ada Lovelace be a superheroine? Panel discussion to conclude the symposium with Muffy Calder, Valerie Barr, Suw Charman-Anderson, Murray Pittock and Cheryl Praeger. Muffy Calder, Valerie Barr, Suw Charman-Anderson, Murray Pittock 18 Dec 2015
87 Creative Commons Humans, machines, and the future of work Moshe Vardi, Rice University explores the question "If machines are capable of doing almost any work humans can do, what will humans do?". Moshe Vardi 18 Dec 2015
88 Creative Commons Mathematics and culture: geometry and its ‘Figures in the Air’ Judith Grabiner, Pitzer College describes how the 19th century saw radical change, producing new ideas of space, destroying the unchallenging authority of mathematics, revolutionising art, making relativity possible and helping create modernism. Judith Grabiner 18 Dec 2015
89 Creative Commons Imaginary engines In this talk graphic artist and animator Sydney Padua talks about her bestselling graphic novel "The Thrilling Adventures of Lovelace and Babbage". She will also display her 3D animations of how the Analytical Engine would have looked and operated. Sydney Padua 18 Dec 2015
90 Creative Commons The Analytical Engine and the Aeolian Harp In this talk Imogen Forbes-Macphail, University of California, Berkeley, contextualises Lovelace's work on the engines against the backdrop of Romantic thought surrounding the power of poetry and the nature of original composition. Imogen Forbes-Macphail 18 Dec 2015
91 Creative Commons Enchantress of Numbers or a mere debugger?: a brief history of cultural and academic understandings of Ada Lovelace To mark the 200th anniversary of Lovelace's birth, Elizabeth Bruton, Museum of the History of Science, reviews and explores academic and popular representations of Ada Lovelace and engage with the controversy of her claim as the first computer programmer. Elizabeth Bruton, Sally Shuttleworth 18 Dec 2015
92 Creative Commons The mathematical correspondence of Ada Lovelace and Augustus De Morgan During the years 1840-1, Ada Lovelace corresponded with the mathematician Augustus De Morgan. In this talk Christopher Hollings, University of Oxford reports on recent new studies of the mathematics Ada was learning with De Morgan. Christopher Hollings 18 Dec 2015
93 Creative Commons The early education of Ada Byron In this talk Julia Markus, Hofstra University shall dispel the myth that Lady Byron kept Ada from poetry, she will also show that the mother-daughter relationship was a psychological spur to Ada's early experiments. Julia Markus 18 Dec 2015
94 Creative Commons Pythagoras to pacifism: mathematics and archives In this talk June Barrow-Green from the Open University describes some mathematical archives and some of the issues associated with them. Includes an introduction from Vicki Hanson, Vice-President of the ACM. June Barrow-Green, Vicki Hanson 18 Dec 2015
95 Creative Commons Will you concede me Poetical Science? Ada Lovelace had a broad interest in the science and technologies of the day and explored post-Romantic ideas which made a significant link between science and poetry. In this talk Richard Holmes looks at some of these surprising connections. Richard Holmes 18 Dec 2015
96 Creative Commons Ada Lovelace lives forever: Ada’s four questions How Ada approached information is the key to understanding her contribution. In this talk Betty Toole, author of "ADA: The Enchantress of Numbers" focuses on Ada's four questions: What is the source? What does it mean? What if? and Why not? Betty Toole 18 Dec 2015
97 Creative Commons From Byron to the Ada Programming Language John Barnes, Ada software consultant talks about Byron and his bear and the evolution of the computing language named after Ada Lovelace. John Barnes 17 Dec 2015
98 Creative Commons Turning numbers into notes Composer Emily Howard talks to David De Roure about her musical composition 'Ada sketches'. Emily Howard, David De Roure 17 Dec 2015
99 Creative Commons Ada Lovelace, a scientist in the archives Ursula Martin, University of Oxford and Soren Riis, Queen Mary University of London give new focus to letters within the archive of Ada Lovelace's family documents. Includes an introduction by Nick Woodhouse, President of the Clay Mathematics Institute. Soren Riis, Ursula Martin, Nick Woodhouse 17 Dec 2015
100 Creative Commons Notions and notations: designing computers before computing Adrian Johnstone, Royal Holloway, University of London reviews Babbage's remarkable 'Mechanical Notation'. Adrian Johnstone 17 Dec 2015