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AGM 2017 and Is Society Ready for Driverless Cars?

The 2017 Annual General Meeting for BCS Mid-Wales will be held on Thursday 5th October. This starts at 6.15pm in MP-0.15 (Physics Main) in the Physical Sciences building at Aberystwyth University. A map is available. The AGM agenda is available. Immediately following the AGM, we are pleased to invite Prof. Martyn Thomas to talk about [...]

AGM 2015 and “Seize the Day – Making IT work for society”

The Mid-Wales Branch AGM will be held at 6.30pm on Tuesday 27th October 2015. The formal notice is available here. This will be in Medrus 1, Penbryn, Aberystwyth University. See Map. The AGM has traditionally been quite short and we then move on to our featured session. This year, we are pleased to invite David [...]

AGM and Ada Lovelace Celebration

AGM The BCS Mid-Wales AGM for 2014 will take place at 6.30pm on Wednesday 22nd October 2014. This will be held in the A14 lecture theatre in the Hugh Owen Building at Aberystwyth University; this is near to the Penbryn Halls of residence at the entrance to campus. Please note that there has been a [...]

Maurice Wilkes on Alan Turing

At the 2013 AGM, we showed an extract from a video of Maurice Wilkes talking about Alan Turing. The full video is available to view at www.alanmacfarlane.com.

AGM 2013 and Maurice Wilkes Event

AGM The BCS Mid-Wales AGM for 2013 will take place at 6.30pm on Monday 21st October 2013. This will be held in the Physics B lecture theatre in the Physical Sciences Building at Aberystwyth University. The formal AGM Notice is available. The minutes for 2012 are available to download. Maurice Wilkes While much publicity was [...]

AGM 2012 Minutes

The minutes and slides for the the Annual General Meeting for the year ending August 2012 are now available. AGM Minutes AGM Presentation

Annual General Meeting & The Turing 2012 Centenary

2012 marks 100 years since the birth of Alan Turing, the acknowledged grandfather of modern computer science. BCS Mid-Wales is pleased to combine the Annual General Meeting with a celebration of Turing’s contribution to science – which was much wider than that which is popularly known – and a commentary on his life and its [...]