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The following lectures and seminars will be open to members of the University and others who are interested:
Computer Laboratory. Seminars are held on Wednesdays at 4.15 p.m. in Lecture Theatre 1, William Gates Building, JJ Thomson Avenue, off Madingley Road.
|28 January||Model checking for probability and time: from theory to practice, by Marta Kwiatkowska, of the University of Birmingham.|
|4 February||IEEE 802.11 - how it works and where it is going, by Adrian Stephens, of the Intel Research Laboratory.|
|11 February||Computational approach to microarray, gene networks, and system biology analysis, by Pietro Lio, of the Computer Laboratory.|
|18 February||The Equator 'City' project: mixing media and showing seams, by Matthew Chalmers, of the Unversity of Glasgow.|
|25 February||Ultra wideband communication, by Jack Lang, of the Computer Laboratory.|
|10 March||Deriving synchronization protocols in Circus, by Jim Woodcock, of the University of Kent.|
Criminology. Professor Candace Kruttschnitt, of the University of Minnesota, will give a public lecture in Room G24, Faculty of Law, West Road, entitled Negotiating prison life: how women 'do time' in the punitive era of the 1990s, on Thursday, 29 January, at 5.30 p.m.
Centre for Entrepreneurial Learning. A series of lectures will take place on Tuesdays in Lecture Theatre 1, Judge Institute of Management Studies, at 6 p.m.
|27 January||The team and its evolution, by Jack Lang.|
|3 February||Generating ideas. The Design Council|
|10 February||How to do the financials, by Alan Barrell.|
|17 February||Developing and protecting Intellectual Property, by Pilgrim Beart.|
|24 February||How to sell yourself and your ideas, by Mary Spillane, Founder of Image works.|
|2 March||Making deals with investors. Panel Discussion with Ben Gales, of 3i, and John Snyder, CEO of Enterprise Accelerator.|
|9 March||Elevator pitches. Student Presentations|
Cambridge Group for the History of Population and Social Structure. Seminars will take place on Fridays at 1 p.m. in the Main Seminar Room, Department of Geography, Downing Place.
|23 January||Impact on mortality of the AIDS epidemic in Northern Namibia assessed using parish registers, by Dr Ian Timaeus, of the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine.|
|6 February||The 1749 census of the Diocese of Elphin, Ireland, by Dr Marie-Lou Legg, of Birkbeck College, London.|
|20 February||William Rivers' 1908 fieldwork on the depopulation of Simbo Solomon Islands: a forgotten pioneer of historical demography? by Dr Tim Bayliss-Smith, of St John's College and the Department of Geography.|
|5 March||Birth control at the end of the fertility decline in England: oral history evidence from the working and middle classes, by Dr Simon Szreter, of St John's College and the Faculty of History.|
Centre for Jewish-Christian Relations. Seminars take place on Wednesdays at 2 p.m., in Wesley House, Jesus Lane.
|18 February||Christian images of Jews through the medieval period, by Jennifer O'Shea, of Peterhouse.|
|3 March||Judaism, Christianity, and Islam - a holy alliance or an unholy scandal? by Rabbi Tony Bayfield, Executive Director, Reform Synagogues of Great Britain.|
Land Economy. Lunch-time seminars will be held on Wednesdays from 1 p.m. to 2 p.m. in the Laundress Lane Seminar Rooms.
|28 January||Social accounting matrices as a tool for growth analysis, by Dr Oscar De-Juan, of the University of Castilla La Mancha, Spain.|
|4 February||Spatial proximity effects and regional equity gaps in the venture capital market: evidence from the UK and Germany, by Professor Ron Martin, of the Department of Geography.|
|11 February||The four questions of rural estate finance, by Professor John Glascock, of the Department of Land Economy.|
|18 February||Residential mobility of social tenants in England: the pattern and causes, Dr Youngha Cho, of the Department of Land Economy.|
|25 February||Fairness and climate change: exploring justice issues in adaptation, by Dr Neil Adger, of the University of East Anglia.|
|3 March||Responses to low demand and unpopular housing in England and France, by Dr Stephen Hall, of the University of Birmingham.|
The Martin Centre. The Martin Centre for Architectural and Urban Studies holds lunch-time lectures at 12.15 p.m. on Wednesdays in the Martin Centre, 6 Chaucer Road. Lunch (price £1.50) is available at 1.15 p.m. if ordered by the preceding Monday (tel. 01223 331700).
|28 January||What transport for Cambridge? The results of Cambridge Futures 2, by Dr Tony Hargreaves, of the Martin Centre.|
|4 February||A new view into the window, by Dr Ryan Southall, of the Martin Centre.|
|11 February||Setting the story in the virtual space, by Mr Michael Nitsche, of the Department of Architecture.|
|18 February||Interior décor and identity in the French Renaissance château, by Ms Sophie Pickford, of the Department of History of Art.|
|25 February||Day and light - natural lighting and architecture, by Mr Derek Phillips, of dpa architects and consultants.|
|3 March||Four connections - aspects of architecture and music in the twentieth century, by Professor Dean Hawkes, of the Welsh School of Architecture.|
McDonald Institute for Archaeological Research. Seminars will be held at 1.15 p.m. on Wednesdays in the Seminar Room, McDonald Institute Courtyard Building, Downing Site.
|4 February||Rainfall and the geographical patterning of agriculture in the western Pacific, by Robert Dewar.|
|18 February||The British Cemetery at Surat and the European mercantile colonies of western India, by Chris Scarre.|
|3 March||Silk at Sinai, by Anna Muthesius.|
Centre for Modern Hebrew Studies. The following lectures will be held on Wednesdays at 5 p.m. in Room 8, Faculty of Oriental Studies, Sidgwick Avenue.
|28 January||Gendering narratives of disfunctional families in Israeli literature, by Dr Tsila Ratner, of University College London.|
|11 February||Kibbutz childhood remembered, by Professor Avraham Balaban, of the University of Florida.|
|3 March||Aharon Appelfeld, leading Israeli author, will talk about his work.|
Music. The final two lectures in the Donald Wort Lecture Series, 2003-04, given by Professor Kofi Agawu, of Princeton University, will be held at 5 p.m. in the Recital Room of the University Music School, 11 West Road.
|26 January||Music as discourse: Beethoven's Op. 18 No. 3.|
|28 January||How we got out of analysis, and how to get back in.|
Slavonic Studies. The Department announces a series of public lectures in honour of Professor Anthony Cross. The lectures will take place on Thursdays at 5.30 p.m., on Thursdays, in the Umney Theatre, Robinson College.
|22 January||My Pushkin, by Vikram Seth.|
|26 February||My Kharms, by Gerard McBurney.|
|4 March||My Muses, by Elaine Feinstein.|
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Cambridge University Reporter, 21 January 2004
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