Papers are now available for the 2015 CPHC AGM
CPHC Patron Maggie Philbin will deliver a Keynote Address at the 2015 Annual Conference on Tuesday 28th April at Queen Mary University London.
Maggie Philbin, Patron of the Council of Professors and Heads of Computing, will deliver a keynote talk on the second day of this year’s CPHC conference. The exact title is to be announced soon and will be available on the conference schedule page. Booking will be possible for either both days (27th/28th April) or the second (open) day only (28th April).
Further session detail has been added to the 2015 CPHC Conference and AGM Schedule and booking and accommodation information is now available.
An impressive schedule is shaping up (although more is to be announced) for the CPHC Annual Conference this year at Queen Mary University London, on the 27th and 28th of April, the theme of which is Impact. Booking is now available as well as a list of suitable local accommodation.
Booking is now open for the 2015 CPHC Conference and AGM
The CPHC 2015 Conference is due to be held on Monday 27th and Tuesday 28th April 2015 at Queen Mary University of London, Mile end Road, London. EN1 4NS. Links to the booking pages follow at the end of this post.
The event is due to start at 09.00 on the morning of the 27th April with a New Heads’ Workshop and will close at approximately 14.30 on Tuesday 28th April. For further details on the Conference please see the link below:
As with the 2014 Conference there will also be a Conference Dinner on the evening of Monday 27th April held at the University.
The 2015 CPHC Conference and AGM will take place at Queen Mary University of London (QMUL) on Monday 27th and Tuesday 28th April 2015
Marking 50 Years of Computer Science in the UK
The 2015 CPHC Conference and Annual General Meeting will be held on Monday/Tuesday the 27th/28th of April 2015 at Queen Mary University of London (QMUL). The theme of this year’s conference is ‘Impact‘.
With the published REF results in everyone’s minds, ‘impact’ will be an excellent focus for the 2015 conference. However, ‘impact’ will have more than purely a research flavour. Good teaching naturally has ‘impact’, as does effective industrial and governmental liaison, public engagement and much more. These areas will all contribute to relevant and interesting presentations, workshops and debates with appropriate keynote speakers and facilitators adding strength and depth to the programme.