Data Driven Dance, 7pm 19th Oct 2016

At 7pm on the 19th of October, the BCS Coventry meeting features an unusual and highly creative project, linking dance with Computer Science.  Genevieve Nunes-Smith, founder of ReadySaltedCode will share the work she has done linking classical dance with Computer Science.  The project features wearable-tech ballet shoes and costumes, incorporates…

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First branch meeting of 2016/17

The first branch meeting of 2016/17 starts with a presentation on Physical Computing Activities with Scratch by Warwick Technology Volunteers on the 28th of September, 6.30pm.  The team have had a busy and successful year running Scratch and Arduino sessions in local sch0ols.  They’ve also had the time to design…

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Fortran alive and well at 59!

On Wednesday 23rd of March, Peter Crouch from BCS Birmingham is coming to talk about Fortran its history and its current uses.  The talk takes place at Coventry University in the EC Building at 7pm, room EC1-22.  More information is available here.

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CU Computer Club Hackathon

Tonight (19th of March) saw the successful conclusion of the first CU Computer Club Hackathon.  The CU Computer Club is a student Chapter of BCS.  Major sponsors of the hackathon were Major League Hacking, BCS and IET, and Erik Barrow put the event together on behalf of the CU Computer…

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Challenge IT Final

Today is the BCS Coventry Challenge IT Final event.  This afternoon we’ll meet all the teams that have made it through to the final.  We’re celebrating their teamwork and creativity, along with British Science Week 2016.  Its going to be a lot of fun.  Thank you to all the organisations…

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Coventry City of Culture 2021

Coventry is bidding to become UK City of Culture 2021.  On the 23rd of February come along to hear Dr Geoff Willcocks, Coventry University’s Director of Arts and Culture and Michael Mogan (Fundraising Director) talk about the bid, and find out how local organisations can be part of the this…

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