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Dave Cliff's Invited External Lectures

Purveyor of fine hot air, est. 1989

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(excluding non-invited conference-paper talks)

2012

  1. "Computer Whizz". (GSCE Science Live). London Dominion Theatre, November 2012
  2. "Computer Whizz". (GSCE Science Live). Bristol Colston Hall, November 2012
  3. "Computer Whizz". (GSCE Science Live). Manchester 2, November 2012
  4. "Computer Whizz". (GSCE Science Live). Manchester 1, November 2012
  5. "Replacing City Traders with Robots'', Centre for Robotics and Neural Systems Seminar, University of Plymouth, October 2012.
  6. "Complexity, Risk, and Failure in the Global Financial Markets'', invited seminar, Government Office for Science, London, June 2012.
  7. "Replacing City Traders with Robots'', Keynote, (Computing At Schools Conference), Birmingham, June 2012.
  8. "Replacing City Traders with Robots'', (Watershed Twilight Talk), Bristol, May 2012.
  9. "The Future of Electronic Trading: Results so Far, MiFID2 Article 17, and Where Next?'', (Tradetech 2012), London, April 2012.
  10. "HFT Markets as Complex Ultra-Large-Scale Systems, and Accidents as Normal'', (TradeTech2012 High Frequency Trading Focus Day), London, April 2012.
  11. "Assessing the Impact of Data and News-based Trading'', (Mankoff ``After The Bell'' Panel Discussion Evening).\/ 45-minute panel session with self, Rich Brown (Thomson Reuters), Marco Dion (JPMorgan) and Con Keating (BrightonRock Group), London, March 2012.
  12. "The Global Financial Markets as an Ultra-Large-Scale System'', (17th Monterey Workshop: Development, Operation, & Management of Large-Scale Complex IT Systems), University of Oxford, March 2012.
  13. "Robot Traders & Flash Crashes: WTF?'', Guest Seminar, Department of Computer Science, University of Bradford, March 2012.
  14. "Robot Traders & Flash Crashes: WTF?'', (Mini-Symposium on Mathematical Modelling in Economics and Finance). University of Manchester, March 2012.
  15. "Computer Whizz", (STEM Lecture). Denbigh School, Milton Keynes, March 2012.
  16. "Robot Traders & Flash Crashes: WTF?'' Guest Seminar, Department of Computer Science, Aberystwyth University, February 2012.
  17. "Computer Whizz". (GCSE Science Live). Manchester Bridgewater Hall, January 2012.

2011

  1. "Mission Critical: Connectivity, Co-Location, and the drive for Ever-Lower Latency" 2nd Annual RegTech London: Market Opportunities, Latest Technology, & New Regulations, 45 minute panel discussion session with self, Rafah Hanna (Data Content), and Hirander Misra (Misra Ventures), London, November 2011
  2. "Looking at the Future of Global Capital Markets" Financial Information Management (FIMA) Conference, London, November 2011
  3. "Robot Traders and Flash Crashes: A socio-technical systems perspective on automation in the global financial markets, and failures in the risky technology".The Blockley Lecture in Systems (public lecture), Bristol, November 2011
  4. "The Flash Crash, HFT, and Failures in Risky Techbnology" High Frequency Trading World, London, November 2011
  5. "From Flies Eyes to Automated Traders: A not-so-random walk" Keynote, University of Sussex 50th Anniversary Research Symposium, Brighton, September 2011
  6. "SoS, Deviance, and Dependability in the Global Financial Markets" Dependable Systems-of-Systems (DSoS) Workshops, York, September 2011
  7. "The Future, or bits of it", Festival of the Spoken Nerd, London, May 2011
  8. "High Frequency Trading: For or Against", The Real-Time Club Dinner- Debate, National Liberal Club, London, May 2011
  9. "Cloud computing: A quick overview", Bristol and Bath Enterprise Network, Bristol, May 2011
  10. "The Flash Crash of May 6, 2010: WTF?" Computer Science Seminar, University of Copenhagen (DIKU), May 2011
  11. "Algos and High Frequency Trading (HFT)", Danish Security Dealers Association Market Place Seminar 2011, Copenhagen, Denmark, May 2011
  12. "Is High DFrequency Trading Good For Your Business, The Market, and End Investors?" Panel session at em TradeTech2011 Focus-Day on High-Frequency Trading, London, April 2011
  13. "Technology Trends in the Financial Markets: An Ultra Large-Scale Systems Perspective" opening keynote, Foresight Future of Computer Trading in the Financial Markets Academic Workshop, London, March 2011
  14. "Market-Based Large-Scale Complex IT Systems" Software Engineering Institute Seminar, Carnegie Mellon University, Pittsburgh, February 2011
  15. "Robot Traders and Evolving Markets: The Last 15 Years",Algorithmic Trading Workshop, University College London, February 2011
  16. "AI, The Financial Markets, and the Flash Crash: WTF?". Bath Artificial Intelligence Seminar, University of Bath, January 2011.

2010

(Including forthcoming talks that I'm committed to).
  1. "Computer Whizz". GCSE Science Live, Town Hall, Leeds, November 2009.
  2. "Computer Whizz". GCSE Science Live, Colston Hall, Bristol, November 2009.
  3. "Computer Whizz". GCSE Science Live, Guildall, Portsmouth, November 2009.
  4. "Computer Whizz". GCSE Science Live, De Montfort Hall, Leicester, November 2009.
  5. "WTF? (Where's the Failure?)". Risk and Behavior, The First Conference of the UK Financial Services Knowledge Transfer Network (FS-Net 2010), London, October 2010.
  6. "Complexity in Organisations: Growth, Scale, Failure, & Resilience". GII Doctoral School 2010 on Ultra Large-Scale Systems, Bari, Italy, September 2010.
  7. "Market-Based Large-Scale Complex IT Systems". GII Doctoral School 2010 on Ultra Large-Scale Systems, Bari, Italy, September 2010.
  8. "The UK Large-Scale Complex IT Systems Research & Training Initiative". GII Doctoral School 2010 on Ultra Large-Scale Systems, Bari, Italy, September 2010.
  9. "Self-organisation in Large-Scale Complex IT Systems". Workshop on the Thermodynamics of Self-Organisation, Sheffield, August 2010.
  10. "WTF? Large-Scale Complex IT Systems" invited lecture at Matters of Scale, London, July 2010.
  11. "WTF?" opening presentation, Foresight Scoping Workshop on Networked Governance in the Financial Markets, The Royal Society, London, July 2010. [PDF:25Mb]
  12. Panellist at Royal Society/EPSRC Cloud Matters discussion meeting, London, July 2010.
  13. "Eight Socio-Technical Trends for the Future". SICSA PhD Conference 2010, Edinburgh, June 2010.
  14. "Socio-Technical Systems Thinking". Briefing Seminar, UK Government Department for Business, Innovation, and Skills (BIS) London, May 2010.
  15. "Automated design of trading agents, and trading venues". UBS Quantitative Finance Conference, London, April 2010.
  16. "Computer Whizz". GCSE Science Live, The Anvil, Basingstoke, March 2010.
  17. "Communicating your research to non-academic audiences" EPSRC Workshop "ExICTe: Igniting enthusiasm for ICT". Birmingham, February 2010.
  18. "Computer Whizz". Denbigh School Evening STEM Lecture, Milton Keynes, February 2010.
  19. "Socio-Technical Systems Thinking". Briefing Seminar, UK Government Department for Transport, London, January 2010.
  20. "Five Socio-Technical Trends". Learning & Technology World Forum, London, January 2010.

2009

  1. "Computer Whizz". GCSE Science Live, Westminster Central Hall, London, November 2009.
  2. "Training your next employee?" presentation and panel session with C. Goble (Manchester Uni), A. Herbert (Microsoft Research) and D. Watson (IBM). EPSRC Panel Session at UKTI Technology World 2009, Coventry, November 2009.
  3. "Eight Socio-Technical Trends for the Future". Becta Research Conference 2009, panel session on understanding sustainable socio-technical change, Bristol, November 2009.
  4. "Computer Whizz". GCSE Science Live, Colston Hall, Bristol, November 2009.
  5. "Computer Whizz". GCSE Science Live, Portsmouth Guildhall, November 2009.
  6. "Computer Whizz". GCSE Science Live, The Forum, Bath, November 2009.
  7. "Computer Whizz". GCSE Science Live, Newcastle City Hall, November 2009.
  8. "Clouds, Grids, HPC & LSCITS: Time for collaboration?". Opening Keynote, Waters Power Europe, London, October 2009. [PDF:5Mb]
  9. "Eight Socio-Technical Trends for the Future". Keynote, Shaping the Digital Future, Academic/Industry One-Day Workshop, University of Leeds, September 2009.
  10. "Machine Learning in Financial Markets: former glories, other stories, and some reckless speculations". Opening Keynote, PASCAL International Workshop on Advances in Machine Learning for Computational Finance (AMLCF09). London, July 2009.
  11. "Eight Socio-Technical Trends for the Future". Academic Keynote, TradeTech09, Paris, April 2009.
  12. "Complexity in Organisations: Growth, Scale, Failure, & Resilience". Invited 90-minute lecture on British Telecom MSc Module 24 Service Science, UCL, London, April 2009.
  13. "Market-Based Large-Scale Complex IT Systems". Invited 90-minute lecture on British Telecom MSc Module 24 Service Science, UCL, London, April 2009.
  14. "Eight Socio-technical Trends for Education in the UK". Conference Opening Keynote, Computers and Learning Conference (CAL09), Brighton, March 2009.
  15. "The Best is Yet To Come", Maths Inspiration, Theatre Royal Bath, March 2009.
  16. "The Best is Yet To Come", GCSE Science Live, Leeds City Hall, March 2009.
  17. "The Best is Yet To Come", GCSE Science Live, Manchester Bridgewater Hall, March 2009.
  18. "The Best is Yet To Come", GCSE Science Live, Bristol Colston Hall, March 2009.

2008

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  1. "The UK National Large-Scale Complex IT Systems Research & Training Initiative'' Technical Seminar, IBM Hursley, December 2008.
  2. "DCSF Future Technology Trends Briefing" Senior Civil Servant Briefing, UK Government Department of Children, Schools, and Families, London, December 2008.
  3. "Where Next with Technology Innovation in the Financial Markets?'' Keynote, Credit Suisse IT Expo, London, September 2008.
  4. "The Best is Yet to Come'' BCS 50th Anniversary Commemorative Lecture for Schools, Cheltenham Science Festival, Cheltenham, June 2008.
  5. "The UK National Large-Scale Complex IT Systems Research & Training Initiative'' Computer Science Seminar, University of Cardiff, May 2008.
  6. "Adaptive Computing for Automated Design: Some stories from the trenches'' The 2008 ACDM Lecture (Keynote), Adaptive Computing in Design and Manufacture Conference, Bristol, April 2008.
  7. "Where Next with Technology Innovation in the Financial Markets?'' Academic Keynote Lecture, TradeTech08: The Eighth Institutional Equity Trading and Technology Summit, Paris, April 2008.
  8. "The UK National Large-Scale Complex IT Systems Research & Training Initiative'' IBM Web Science Summit, London, March 2008.
  9. "Market-Based Systems I, II, and III'' (a series of 3 lectures on one day) Computer Science Distinguished Lecture Series, University of St Andrews, March 2008.
  10. "The Best is Yet to Come'' BCS 50th Anniversary Commemorative Lecture for Schools, University of Southampton, March 2008.
  11. "The Best is Yet to Come'' BCS 50th Anniversary Commemorative Lecture for Schools, University of Glasgow, February 2008.
  12. "My Family and Other Algorithms: Robot traders that beat humans'', Science Seminar, Joint European Torus (JET) Labs, Culham, January 2008.

2007

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  1. "Grids and Automated Trading Technology: Plug In, Turn On, and Cop Out?'' Opening Keynote, City Grid 07, London, December 2007.
  2. "My Family and Other Algorithms: Robot traders that beat humans'', Winton Lecture, Imperial College, London, November 2007.
  3. "The Best is Yet to Come'' BCS 50th Anniversary Commemorative Lecture for Schools, University of Oxford, November 2007.
  4. "Complexity Science in Industrial Research'', Guest Lecture, University of Southampton MSc in Complexity Science, Southampton, November 2007.
  5. "The Best is Yet to Come'' BCS 50th Anniversary Commemorative Lecture for Schools, University of Newcastle, November 2007.
  6. "The Best is Yet to Come'' BCS 50th Anniversary Commemorative Lecture for Schools, University of Leeds, October 2007.
  7. "Innovation in Market Technology: the last decade and the next'' Financial News Technology for the Sell Side Summit, London, June 2007.
  8. "The EPSRC Large-Scale Complex IT Systems Initiative'' Invited Keynote, DARP/HIRTS Workshop, York, April 2007.

2006

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  1. "Natural Computing in Industrial Research: Some stories from the trenches" Natural Computing Applications Forum, Birmingham, June 2006.

2005

  1. "Beyond Algorithmic Trading: Replacing Human Traders, and the Exchanges Too" IQPC Algorithmic Trading Meeting. London, November 2005.
  2. "Algorithmic trading: how do we know it really works?" International Association of Financial Engineers (IAFE) Expert Panel Evening, London, October 2005.
  3. "Automated design of trader algorithms and of exchange market mechanisms" eFinancialNews Trading For Investors Industry Forum, Amsterdam, May 2005.
  4. "Automated design of trader algorithms and of exchange market mechanisms" FIX Protocol Ltd Quarterly Technical Meeting, Deutsche Bank London, March 2005,
  5. "What will computing be like in ten years time?" Invited Seminar, UK Council of Heads and Professors of Computing (CPHC) Meeting, Bristol, March 2005.
  6. "Beyond Algorithmic Trading: Replacing Human Traders, and the Exchanges Too" eFinancialNews Trading For Investors Industry Forum, Merchant Taylors Hall London, February 2005.
  7. "Adaptive Trader Agents and Automated Design of Auction Markets" Computer Science Seminar, University of Essex, January 2005.

2004

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  1. "Rise of The Robots: Increasing Market Efficiencies by Eliminating Human Traders and Eliminating Markets Designed for Human Traders" Invited Keynote, Tradetech Financial Information Management Summit (FIMA04], London, December 2004.
  2. "Market-Based Systems" (With S. Phelps, Liverpool Uni) three-hour tutorial given at the Parallel Problem Solving from Nature (PPSN) Conference, Birmingham, September 2004.
  3. "What would you do with 100,000 computers?" iCentrum Seminar, University of Birmingham, August 2004.
  4. "Teaching about natural systems, the next generation of computers, and the generation after that" Invited Keynote, ITiCSE, University of Leeds, June 2004.
  5. "Future Computing: Complex Systems and Inspiration from Nature" BCS Thought Leadership Seminar, Institute of Directors London, May 2004.
  6. "Rise of The Robots: Increasing Market Efficiencies by Eliminating Human Traders and Eliminating Markets Designed for Human Traders" Invited Keynote, TradeTech04 Equity Trading Summit, Paris, April 2004.
  7. "Robots in the Stock Market and Mutants on the Telly: Complex Adaptive Systems Research at HP Labs Europe" Exeter Complexity Network Launch Meeting, University of Exeter, March 2004.

2003

  1. "Cognitive Systems: The Intersection of Biology and Computing" Briefing to UK Government Cabinet Sub-Committee on Science Policy, House of Commons, London, December 2003.
  2. "Biologically-inspired Complex Adaptive Systems Research at Hewlett-Packard Laboratories" Natural Computation Seminar, University of Birmingham, December 2003.
  3. "Inventing the Future" Commercial Programming Seminar, University of Birmingham, December 2003.
  4. "Emergent Behavior" Foresight Library House Venture Capital Meeting, London Design Center, November 2003.
  5. "Challenges in Informatics for IT" Informatics Research Institute Seminar, University of Leeds, October 2003.
  6. "Large-Scale Self-Organising Computers: The Next 20 Years" CUGPOP (Cambridge University Government Policy Programme) Meeting, University of Cambridge, October 2003.
  7. "What would you do with 10,000 computers? Next-Generation Computing, Biomimetics, and Future Film/TV" London Intelligent Media Institute Meeting, University College London, October 2003.
  8. "Do Cognitive Systems Compute?" Foresight Cognitive Systems InterAction Conference, Bristol, September 2003.
  9. "SMoCN: Simple Models of Complex Networks for Computational Systems" Informatics Research Seminar, University of Edinburgh, July 2003.
  10. "SMoCN: Simple Models of Complex Networks for Computational Systems" EPSRC Novel Computation Cluster Meeting, University of Leeds, July 2003.
  11. "Biologically-inspired Complex Adaptive Systems Research at Hewlett-Packard Laboratories" University of the Third Age Seminar, Chepstow, June 2003.
  12. "Large Scale, Small Scale Systems" Foresight Cognitive Systems Project Meeting, University of Oxford, March 2003.
  13. "Automatic Design of Market Mechanisms via Artificial Evolution" Complex Adaptive Systems Group Research Seminar, University of Oxford Said Business School, February 2003.
  14. "Biologically-inspired Complex Adaptive Systems Research at Hewlett-Packard Laboratories" BioInformatics Seminar, University of Exeter, February 2003.
  15. Automatic Design of Market Mechanisms via Artificial Evolution" Research Seminar, London Business School, January 2003.

2002

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  1. "Biologically-inspired Complex Adaptive Systems Research at Hewlett-Packard Laboratories" Artificial Intelligence Society Seminar, University of Oxford, December 2002.
  2. "Biologically-inspired Complex Adaptive Systems Research at Hewlett-Packard Laboratories" Research Seminar, Imperial College of Science Technology and Medicine, London, November 2002.
  3. "New Challenges in Informatics for IT" Informatics Research Institute Seminar, University of Leeds, 18 October 2002.
  4. "Is the Brain a Machine?" Public debate with Prof. R. Morris (Edinburgh), Prof. L. Tarassenko (Oxford), and Prof. S. Laughlin (Cambridge), chaired by Prof. C. Blakemore (Oxford); British Association for the Advancement of Science, Leicester University, September 2002.
  5. "Evolution of market mechanism through a continuous space of auction types" Invited Lecture, UKCI Conference, University of Birmingham, September 2002.
  6. "Great Inventions" Cheltenham Festival of Science, May 2002.
  7. "Hang the DJ: how to turn a computer into a dance-music disk-jockey" Cheltenham Festival of Science, May 2002.
  8. "Hang the DJ: how to turn a computer into a dance music disk-jockey" Computer Science Seminar, University College London, May 2002.
  9. "Hang the DJ: how to turn a computer into a dance-music disk-jockey" Artificial Intelligence Society Seminar, University of Oxford, May 2002.
  10. "Hang the DJ: how to turn a computer into a dance-music disk-jockey" Science Society Seminar, Clifton College Bristol, April 2002.
  11. "Biologically-Inspired Complex Adaptive Systems Research at Hewlett Packard Laboratories" Research Seminar, BTExact Labs, Martlesham, April 2002.
  12. "Biologically-Inspired Complex Adaptive Systems Research at Hewlett-Packard Laboratories" Computer Science Seminar, University of Birmingham, February 2002.
  13. "Biologically-lnspired Complex Adaptive Systems Research at Hewlett-Packard Laboratories" Advanced Technology Group Research Seminar, BAE Systems Filton, February 2002.
  14. "An Overview of Biologically-lnspired Agents and Multimedia Research at at Hewlett-Packard Labs Bristol" Multimedia Systems Undergraduate Conference, University of Southampton, January 2002.

2001

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  1. "Networked Ants, Robot Traders, and Massive Virtual Worlds: Biologically-Inspired Complex Adaptive Systems Research at Hewlett Packard Labs Bristol" Informatics Research Institute Seminar, University of Leeds, October 2001.
  2. "CoolTown: Intelligence, Agents, and Multimedia" Intelligence, Agents, and Multimedia Research Group Seminar, University of Southampton, June 2001.

2000

  1. "Trading Agents for Market Environments" Invited Keynote Lecture, IAAI'00: Settimo Convegno dell'Associazione Italiana per l'lntelligenza Artificiale (Italian National AI Conference), Milan, September 2000.

1999

  1. "ZIP Traders: Adaptive Agents for Auction Markets" Invited Lecture at Workshop on Price Convergence in Human and Robot Markets, Western Economic Association International Annual Conference, San Diego, July 1999.
  2. "ZIP Traders: Adaptive Agents for Auction Markets" Research Seminar, British Telecom Labs, Ipswich, May 1999.

1998

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  1. "Evolving controllers for autonomous agents" Three-hour tutorial given at the Fifth International Conference on the Simulation of Adaptive Behavior (SAB98), Zurich, August 1998.
  2. "Genetic Optimization of Adaptive Trading Agents for Double Auction Markets" Research Seminar, BNP/Cooper-Neil, Philadelphia, July 1998.
  3. "Genetic Optimization of Adaptive Trading Agents for Double Auction Markets" Adaptive Agents and Computational Economics (AACE) Workshop, Hewlett Packard Laboratories Bristol, June 1998.
  4. "Knowledge Based Vision and Simple Visual Machines" Philosophy, Neuroscience, and Psychology (PNP) Seminar, University of Washington at St. Louis, April 1998.

1997

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  1. "Minimal-Intelligence Agents for Bargaining behaviors in Market-Based Environments" Summer Meeting of the Internet Telephony Interoperability Consortium, Hewlett Packard Laboratories Bristol, June 1997.
  2. "Artificial Intelligence or Artificial Insects?" Rutherford Appleton Laboratories, Harwell, March 1997.
  3. "Knowledge-Based Vision and Simple Visual Machines" Royal Society Discussion Meeting on Knowledge-Based Vision. The Royal Society, London, February 1997.

1996

  1. "Artificial Life in Entertainment Software" Psygnosis Seminar, University of Leeds, November 1996.
  2. "Artificial Intelligence or Artificial Insects?" Schools Science Lecture, The Royal Institution of Great Britain, London, 19th November 1996.
  3. "Artificial Intelligence or Artificial Insects?" Schools Science Lecture, Oakham School, Rutland, November 1996.
  4. "Artificial Intelligence or Artificial Insects?" Schools Science Lecture, The Royal Institution of Great Britain, London, 7th November 1996.
  5. "Minimal Microeconomic Agents" First Hewlett-Packard International Workshop on Interacting Software Agents, Hewlett Packard Laboratories Bristol, September 1996.
  6. "Evolutionary Robotics: The Next Five Years?" Research Seminar, Hewlett-Packard Laboratories, Palo Alto, May 1996.
  7. "Co-Evolving Neural Networks for Predator-Prey Robots: A Sensory-Motor Arms Race" Cognitive Science Seminar, University of Oxford, April 1996.
  8. "Artificial Intelligence or Artificial Insects'?" Praefectus' Seminar, Balliol College, University of Oxford, April 1996.
  9. "Evolutionary Robotics: The Next Five Years?" Research Seminar, Volen National Center for Complex Systems, Brandeis University, April 1996.
  10. "Little Eyes, Little Brains: Studies in Minimalist Visuomotor Coordination" EECS Faculty Search Lecture, MIT Artificial Intelligence Laboratory, April 1996.
  11. "Evolutionary Robotics: The Next Five Years?" Evolutionary Robotics 96, Tokyo, April 1996.
  12. "Does Evolutionary Robotics Have Another Five Years?" Research Seminar, Hewlett-Packard Laboratories Bristol, March 1996.
  13. "Artifcial Intelligence or Artificial Insects?" Oxford University Science Society, March 1996.
  14. "Artificial Intelligence or Artificial Insects?" Research Seminar, Hewlett-Packard Laboratories Bristol, March 1996.
  15. "Evolutionary Learning in Robots" IEE colloquium on Self-Learning Robots. IEE Savoy Place, London, February 1996.
  16. "Artificial Intelligence or Artificial Insects?" Inaugral Seminar, Cognition and Brain Sciences Research Centre, University of Middlesex, January 1996.
  17. "Vision in Real and Artificial Animals" Artificial Intelligence Seminar, University of Middlesex, January 1996.

1995

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  1. "Neural Networks" Institute of Physics 'Physics Update' Lecture, University of Cambridge, December 1995.
  2. "Robotic Agents" Dutch Electronic Art Festival Symposium on Interface Research, Rotterdam, November 1995.
  3. "Evolutionary Robotics" IEE colloquium on The Design and Development of Autonomous Agents, IEE Savoy Place, London, November 1995.
  4. "Artificial Intelligence or Artificial Insects'?" Schools Science Lecture, Nailsea School, Bristol, November 1995.
  5. "Evolutionary Robotics: Theory and Practice" NATO-ASI Workshop on Theory and Practice of Autonomous Agents, Monte Verita, Switzerland, September 1995.
  6. "Co-Evolving Neural Networks for Predator-Prey Robots: a Sensory-Motor Arms-Race" Research Seminar, Hewlett-Packard Laboratories, Bristol, September 1995.
  7. "Artificial Intelligence or Artificial Insects?" Schools Science Lecture, Blackheath High School Science Society, London, September 1995.
  8. "Artificial Intelligence or Artificial Insects?" Schools Science Lecture, Tunbridge Wells Grammar School for Boys, 18 July 1995.
  9. "Artificial Intelligence or Artificial Insects?" Computer Science Research Seminar, University of Reading, June 1995.
  10. "Tricks of the Trade" Institute of Physics Master Class, The Royal Institution of Great Britain, June 1995.
  11. "Artificial Intelligence or Artificial Insects?" Keynote lecture, Current Applications and Future Trends: 1995 Seminar of the North West AI Applications Group, Blackburn, June 1995.
  12. "EvoIving Artificial Networks" Chris Evans Memorial Symposium Lecture, Brain Research Association 12th Annual Meeting, Oxford, March 1995,
  13. "Artificial Intelligence or Artificial Insects?" Schools Science Lecture, The Royal Institution of Great Britain, London. March 1995. (Three lectures given over two days).
  14. "Artificial Intelligence or Artificial Insects?" Computer Science Research Seminar, University College London, March 1995.
  15. "Navigation in Visual Animats" Artificial Intelligence Seminar, University of Middlesex, January 1995.

1994

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  1. "The Evolution and Dynamics of Adaptive Behavior" Invited lecture, DRABC94 (Third International Workshop on Artificial Life and Artificial Intelligence, University of the Basque Country, San Sebastian, Spain, December 1994.
  2. "Co-Evolving Neural Networks for Predator-Prey Robots: a Sensory-Motor Arms-Race" Research Seminar, Center for Neural Networks, Kings College, London, November 1994.
  3. "Co-Evolving Neural Networks for Predator-Prey Robots: a Sensory-Motor Arms-Race" Oxford University AI Society Seminar, University of Oxford, November 1994.
  4. "Artificial Intelligence or Artificial Insects?" Computer Science Seminar, Manchester Metropolitan University, November 1994.
  5. "Co-Evolving Neural Networks for Predator-Prey Robots: a Sensory-Motor Arms-Race" Information Technology Research Institute Seminar, University of Brighton, November 1994,
  6. "Co-Evolving Neural Networks for Predator-Prey Robots: a Sensory-Motor Arms-Race" SANS Lecture, Royal Institute of Technology (KTH), Stockholm, October 1994.
  7. "Analysing Artificially Evolved Visual Sensory-Motor Systems" Artificial Intelligence Seminar, Computer Science Department, University of Zurich, September 1994.
  8. "AI and A-Life: Never Mind the Blocksworld" Invited Survey Lecture, European Conference on Artificial Intelligence (ECAI94), Amsterdam, August 1994.
  9. "Analysing Artificially Evolved Visual Sensory-Motor Systems" Research Seminar, MIT Artificial Intelligence Laboratory, July 1994.
  10. "Artificial Intelligence or Artificial Insects?" Research Seminar, Human Cognition Research Laboratory, Open University, May 1994.
  11. "Evolving Visual Sensory-Motor Systems" International Workshop on Prerational Intelligence in Robotics: From Sensorimotor Intelligence to Collective Behavior, ZiF-conference, Univeritéit Bielefeld, May 1994.
  12. "Artificial Intelligence or Artificial Insects?" Chaucer Lecture, MRC Applied Psychology Unit, Cambridge, April 1994.
  13. "Evolutionary Robotics and Cognition" Ciba Foundation/Royal Society Discussion Meeting Active Cognition: Some Novel Approaches, London, April 1994.
  14. "Never Mind the Blocksworld" Keynote Lecture, AISB Workshop Models or Behaviors: Which way forward for robots?, Leeds, April 1994.
  15. "Artificial Intelligence or Artificial Insects?" Sixth Form Science Society Lecture, St Paul's Girls' School, London, March 1994.

1993

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  1. "Artificial Intelligence or Artificial Insects?" Artificial Intelligence Seminar, University of Middlesex, December 1993.
  2. "A Brief (Critical) History of Computer Vision" Artificial Intelligence Seminar, University of Middlesex, December 1993.
  3. "Using Artificial Evolution to Develop Creature-Like Intelligent Robots" Artificial Intelligence Seminar, University of Plymouth, November 1993.
  4. "Using Artificial Evolution to Develop Creature-Like Intelligent Robots" Artificial Intelligence Research Seminar, Department of Computer Studies, University of Leeds, October 1993.
  5. "Evolving Visually Guided Robots" Research Seminar, Department of Computer Science and Information Systems, University of Limerick, September 1993.
  6. "Artificial Intelligence or Artificial Insects?" Brunel Lecture, British Association Annual Meeting University of Keele, September 1993.
  7. "Evolving Neural-Network Robot Sensory-Motor Controllers" Research Seminar, Center for Cognitive and Computational Neuroscience, University of Stirling, August 1993.
  8. "Artificial Insect Vision" Psychology Seminar, University of Nottingham, July 1993.
  9. "Evolutionary Robotics" Electrical and Electronic Engineering Seminar, University of Salford, June 1993.
  10. "Visual Sensory-Motor Networks Without Design" Keynote Lecture, First International Workshop on Mechatronical Computer Systems for Perception and Action. Halmstad, Sweden, June 1993.
  11. "Animate Vision in an Artificial Fly: A Study in Computational Neuroethology" Keynote Lecture, First International Workshop on Mcchatronical Computer Systems for Perception and Action. Halmstad, Sweden, June 1993.
  12. "Artificial Insect Vision" Cambridge/Sussex Compound Eye Vision Meeting, University of Sussex, March 1993.
  13. "Evolving Visually Guided Robots" Oxford University AI Society Lecture, University of Oxford, March 1993.
  14. "Evolutionary Robotics" Information Technology Research Institute Seminar, University of Brighton, February 1993.
  15. "Vision in Real and Artificial Animals" Artificial Intelligence Seminar, Middlesex University, January 1993.

1992

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  1. "Behaviour, neural activity, and evolution: what price computation?" Summer Atelier in Theoretical Neuroscience, 'The Neurosciences Institute, Rockerfeller University, New York, August 1992.
  2. "Computational Neuroethology and Syritta Computatrix" Artificial Intelligence Research Seminar, Department of Computer Studies, University of Leeds, May 1992.
  3. "Syritta Computatrix: A Study in Computational Neuroethology" PDP/Connectionist Workshop Seminar, Department of Cognitive Science, University of Edinburgh , April 1992.

1991

  1. "Syritta Computatrix: A Study in Computational NeuroethoIogy" Cognitive Science Seminar, University of Birmingham, November 1991.
  2. "Animate Vision in an Artificial Fly" Rank Prize Funds Mini Symposium on Active Vision. Grasmere, Cumbria, 9-12 September 1991.
  3. "Computational Neuroethology" EXCON Connectionist Research Group Seminar, Department of Computer Science, University of Essex. February 1991.

1989

  1. "A Network Model of Control for Visual Processing by an Airborne Insect" Vision Research Group Seminar, Department of Computer Science, Queen Mary College, University of London. October 1989.

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