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Department of Computer Science and Technology


Past seminars


Michaelmas 2022


Title of presentation

Speaker name


October 7

Bringing Trust to Carbon Credits Through Computer Science (this complements the one given by Tom Swinfield earlier this week)

S. Keshav


October 14

Towards a single controller that can make many buildings a little greener

Arduin Findeis


October 21

Fusing GEDI and LandSat data to estimate tropical forest recovery rates across the Amazon

Amelia Holcomb


October 28

Optimization-in-the-loop AI for energy and climate

Priya Donti

Climate Change AI, MIT

November 4

Assessing indirect business risk from climate change

Daoping Wang


November 11

Investigating forest dynamics and functioning in response to disturbances through individual-based modeling

E-Ping Rau


November 18

Upcoming BIOMASS Earth Explorer 7 mission: concept and validation challenges

Jerome Chave

CNRS, Toulouse

November 25

Measuring emissions by satellite to support the Paris Agreement

Stephen Briggs

U Cambridge and U Reading

December 2

A framework for measuring biodiversity impacts of land use change

Alison Eyres

Zoology, Cambridge 

December 9

Challenges in Designing Control Strategies for Buildings

Omid Ardakanian

University of Alberta