ITU Coffee Talks
ITU Coffee Talks brings ITU staff and students together for engaging, research-focused discussions within the realm of computer science. Designed to foster a closer connection between faculty and students, the talks offer a unique opportunity for students to delve into academic topics with their professor in an informal environment beyond the regular classroom setting.
On this webpage you can find upcoming and past events.
Patrick Bahr | Teaching Types to Tell TimePosted on:April 27, 2023 at 04:30 PM
Patrick will talk about how to use types to make your programs aware of time and why that is useful in the first place.
Djordje Grbic | Artificial LifePosted on:March 30, 2023 at 04:30 PM
Djordje talks about Artificial Life. We are looking forward to an exciting talk at the intersection of biology, art, and computer science.
Miguel Sicart | Playing SoftwarePosted on:March 9, 2023 at 04:30 PM
Why do we play with computers? Miguel explores the role of play in shaping computational culture and software development.
Therese Graversen | A Statistical Sleuth in the UK Justice SystemPosted on:November 8, 2022 at 04:30 PM
Therese reflects on her time as an expert witness in UK criminal cases, where she performed digital forensics using statistical methods.
Bernardo David | What's behind Bitcoin? - Blockchain and Cryptocurrencies as a Computer ScientistPosted on:September 29, 2022 at 04:30 PM
Bernardo sheds light on the buzzwords 'blockchain' and 'cryptocurrencies' from the perspective of a computer scientist.