Frequency Festival | 20-29 October

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Exploring the theme of disPLACEment, Frequency Festival 2017 will bring ten days of extraordinary art installations and events to Lincoln, fusing virtual and augmented realities, digital culture, art and debate with the city’s medieval streets.

“The Frequency Festival of Digital Culture is a biennial festival hosted in the city of Lincoln, providing a platform to celebrate the pioneering spirit of digital innovation and culture through exhibition, creative collision and debate.”

The festival integrates art into Lincoln’s landscape in the form of installations, projections, site-specific work, talks and live performances. It showcases artists’ work from all over the world, using a historic city as its canvas and sharing it around the globe.

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Great Lives: Sir Mark Walport | 19th Oct

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Recently appointed Chief Executive Designate of UK Research and Innovation, Sir Mark Walport has long been a champion for science, engineering and technology within his career including his role as Government Chief Scientific Adviser, Head of the Government Office for Science and Co-Chair of the Prime Minister’s Council for Science and Technology.

Event Details: Thursday 19 October 2017, 11am for 11.30am lecture, Isaac Newton Lecture Theatre, University of Lincoln.

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Computer Science Showcase | Isaac Newton Building | 18th May

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The School of Computer Science will be holding a Showcase Event on Thursday 18th May to demonstrate some of their innovative student projects.

Projects on display will include those from robotics, computer vision, artificial intelligence, medical imaging, social and educational applications.

All are welcome to drop in to the Isaac Newton Atrium to see what computing students have produced.

For further information or queries please contact: aahmed@lincoln.ac.uk

Alternatively visit: www.lincoln.ac.uk/socs