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Discussion and networking list for exploring issues of accountability as they relate to systems and emerging technologies.

AEOLIAN (Artificial Intelligence for Cultural Organisations). NEH/AHRC Digital Humanities Research Network: Bringing together Digital Humanists, Computer Scientists & stakeholders to unlock cultural assets.

SICSA Affective Computing workshop to be held at Abertay early next year (date to be announced)

Association For Historical And Fine Art Photography (AHFAP) list provides a forum for discussion between museum, gallery and H.E. professionals about the various uses of computing in museum contexts. AHFAP aims to provide a forum for photographers, image-makers, conservators and image archivists to share experiences and benefit from mutual co-operation.

This is the mailing list of the British Computer Society Specialist Group on Knowledge Based Systems and Applied Artificial Intelligence (SGES). The SGES was founded in 1980 to provide information and support to developers and users of AI systems in both industry and academia. The Group's website is at http://www.bcs-sges.org.

AI4FM is a project aimed at using AI techniques to learn from human users how to discharge Proof Obligations that arise in typical formal method applications. This list will keep people informed of progress.

This email list will support the EPSRC Network+ in AI 4 Scientific Discovery www.ai4science.network

This discussion list is to facilitate the sharing of: problems, experiences and ideas surrounding Anti Virus issues.

This mailing list is run by the British Computer Society Human-Computer Interaction Group. The list serves HCI researchers and practitioners, and is used primarily for announcements of conferences, workshops and jobs. All queries & submissions should be sent to: bcs-hci-request@jiscmail.ac.uk

This is a forum featuring various aspects, events and developments in the bioinformatics arena

A moderated list containing members of the british machine vision association and other interested parties to distribute information on one day technical meetings and conferences. Only official BMVA event or those sponsored by the BMVA will be posted. See sponsorship rules on BMVA website.

Announcements of seminars for the Quantum Information Theory group at the University of Bristol, and other announcements of broad interest to those working on quantum information theory.

Mailing list for cabernet related events

A moderated list to announce research jobs, studentships, conferences and workshops in:telecare, telehealth; assistive technology; inclusive design, and the accessibility of ICT.

Collaborative Computational Project in Nuclear Thermal Hydraulics (CCP-NTH) develops a strong collaborative community in nuclear thermal hydraulics, to support a community of researchers and engineers to develop and maintain computational methods and software packages to modernise the nuclear thermal hydraulics tools to meet the demands imposed through the development of advanced next-generation nuclear reactor systems.

Chart is the discussion list of CHArt, the Computers and History of Art group. It provides an open forum for queries and debating issues related to the use of Computers for art historical research and scholarship.

This is for use by the CHIME EPSRC network in Music and Human Computer Interaction to make announcement to the research community about events, workshops, conferences and seminars etc.

This list is used by CHIME (the EPSRC Music and HCI Network) to discuss ideas and plan events, workshops and other network activities.

The UK Cloud Computing Special Interest Group (Cloud SIG), is a group of active users, developers, researchers and providers doing interesting things in cloud computing who come together to identify and solve key issues in the adoption and use of clouds.

The aim of the centre is to provide a framework in support of a rich interaction between artists, engineers and scientists, university external and internal organizations and individuals, in order to collaborate on activities within music technology. To reflect within this area the mission of the university aiming as a research-led centre of exellence with the following aims:

The COGNIT mailing list was used for the discussion and distribution of information to researchers interested in inter-disciplinary research in the areas of Cognitive Science and Information Technology in the Bristol and Bath area. The list was closed in 2015 due to a lack of recent activity but old posts are still available on this website.

For use by heads/managers of computer support groups in computer science departments/schools to discuss policies, software, hardware, staffing.

This list is used to make announcements of events and seminars that may be of interest to Computing professionals and academics within the Hereford and Worcester region.

Colour and Space in Cultural Heritage (www.COSCH.info) promotes research, development and application of non-contact optical measurement techniques (spectral and spatial) adapted to the needs of heritage documentation. COSCH is supported by the European Cooperation in Science and Technology (COST) from 2012 to 2016.

The CREST Open Workshop programme consist of a series of informal monthly workshops organised by the CREST Centre (Centre for Research on Evolution Search & Testing). Details on the CREST Open Workshop Website at: http://crest.cs.ucl.ac.uk/cow

Carries Computer Science conference announcements and calls for papers.

Carries job adverts, from research studentships to Chairs. Mainly comprises academics, with occasional membership of overseas and home industrial people.

Computer-Supported Collaborative Argumentation (CSCA) This list concerns the use of computer systems to support argumentation - structured forms of debate, e.g. in design, theory, peer review and law. This list is to discuss the complex socio-technical issues associated with their deployment.

This list is used to disseminate information between all members of the dawn collaboration on all aspects of the collaboration. It can also be used to contact members of the collaboration by other interested parties.

Mailing list for the Developers of the DAWN Science collaborative software. www.dawnsci.org

A list supporting researchers and practitioners in decision engineering focusing on developing tools and techniques for informed decision-making within industry by utilising distributed organisational knowledge.

This list helps us explore the Digital Adventure in Libraries, Archives, Culture and Arts and related educational services. From LibTech to makerspaces, AI to Z.

This list is for those working in or interested in Digital Civics, a research agenda of Human-Computer Interaction and Social Sciences.

The list is a forum for interdisciplinary researchers and practitioners to share news, events, and discussion of Digital Musicology.

List for supporting DiRAC as a VO: http://www.dirac.ac.uk/ http://www.stfc.ac.uk/1263.aspx This list is for communications involving individual 'users' (participating members of DiRAC and GridPP)

This list is for all researchers who are interested in Distributed Artificial Intelligence and enables them to exchange ideas, to discuss hot issues and problems, to ask and answer questions, and to share experience in dai researchs and experiments.

General discussion list concerning the Digital Music Research Network (www.dmrn.org), and Digital Music in general.

This mailinglist gives support to the e-social science community in technical and related questions. It is managed by the National Centre for e-Social Science.

For discussion of all topics related to end-to-end network performance, including tools used, network monitoring, and end system tuning. Intended audiences are the application end users/communities, network operators/administrators within Janet-connected sites, and academic network researchers

The UK e-Infrastructure Academic User Community Forum was created to maintain and grow the community of UK researchers who use computers of any shape or size in their research, regardless of discipline or domain. The purpose of the Forum mailing list is to give the e-infrastructure community regular updates on developments in the UK e-Infrastructure space and within the E-infrastructure Leadership Council, and to disseminate information about our bi-annual Forum meetings. These meetings provide a space for discussions about the community's future, and allow the community the opportunity to influence Government and help define e-infrastructure policy in the UK.

A mailing list for researchers in areas relevant to egocentric perception, including Computer Vision, Machine Learning, Multimedia, Augmented and Virtual Reality, Human Computer Interaction and Visual Sciences.

This list is meant to support research on ethical issues concerning ICT. It particularly aims to support research collaboration on EU projects.

Announcements concerning the ETHICOMP conference series

To exchange news about conferences and workshops organised by academics in the field of social network analysis in the UK and Europe.

EVA London conference - Electronic Visualisation & the Arts. This list is for announcements and discussion among conference delegates.

EC covers all approaches to computing based on analogues of natural selection: eg genetic algorithms, genetic programming, evolutionary strategies and artificial life. Related fields include complex systems theory, chaos and cellular automata.

The Early Conflict Photography 1890-1918 and Visual AI (EyCon) project aims at harnessing AI-reliant tools to analyse a large corpus of photographs, to create an open-access database. The project is partnering with a network of archival institutions in France and in the UK. The project is co-funded by Arts and Humanities Research Council/Labex Passés dans le Présent joint grant in a partnership with a Université de Paris Idex “chaire environnée”.

This mailing list is for messages concerning Formal Aspects of Computing Science.

This list is for the announcements of events concerning Formal Aspects of Computing Science.

Discussion list for the AHRC Feedback Musicianship Network.

This list was originally set up for discussion concerning a proposed European Network of Excellence in the area of formal methods led by London South Bank University, UK. Now it is available for general messages relating to formal methods. Anyone with an interest in formal methods may join.

The Internet of Food Things (IoFT) Network Plus is supporting the digitalised food chain. It brings together data and computer scientists, chemists, and economists. It investigates artificial intelligence, data analytics, IoT, robots and emerging technologies. It will run conferences, workshops and fund pilot studies, projects, and reviews

The purpose of this list is to provide a forum for discussion for those involved in emergent field of games technology and design.

This list is for the discussion of the use of Genetic Algorithms in Production Scheduling Problems.

Geomatics has been setup to provide a forum for the discussion of geomatics (the science of spatial data), which is an interdisciplinary area of research and teaching. Keywords: coastal zone management, hydrography, geodesy, GIS, GPS, remote sensing.

This is a group to aide communication between people working on clouds within the GridPP project.

Academia and Industry discussion forum for researchers interested in Human-Data Interaction

Healtex is a UK-wide multi-disciplinary research network established to build a strong, collaborative and sustainable UK community in healthcare text analytics by bringing together partners from academia, industry, healthcare services and policy makers, with collaborative links internationally, and integrate it into the growing health informatics community.

High Resolution (HighResMIP) is a Coupled Model Intercomparison (CMIP6) endorsed project. This working group will develop ideas for the next round of climate simulation and analysis for the community.

This list is for the exchange of information and discussion about the history of computing in the United Kingdom. Historians of computing, business historians, museum curators, and others with an interest in this expanding interdisciplinary historical specialty are encouraged to join.

This mailing list is for researchers interested in and working in the area of human and organisational factors of medical informatics.

This list is used for members of HUBS, based at the University of Edinburgh, with members of the SICSA community and incubator projects. HUBS is a research project that investigates the methods and merits of connecting the most rural communities with very high-speed broadband.

This mailing list will be to support the operations of the Image Analysis Focused Interest Group of the Royal Microscopical Society (IAFIG-RMS). Members of this group include scientists who conduct some form of image analysis in the life and microscopy sciences. Its purpose will be to keep its members updated with announcements and other information.

This list is used by the members of the JHI to make announcements of up and coming events/seminars to it's Astrophysics community.

A list for the discussion, promotion and support of location-aware technologies in education.

This is a list of academics, mainly around the UK, interested in the research initiative of Large-Scale Complex IT Systems, and Ultra-Large Scale Systems.

The London Virtual Reality Special Interest Group list is regionally based for those working within the London area and the South of England but is open to all. It is for arranging meeting & events for the group, letting members raise issues that concern them & the group and to talk after events.

This is a list associated with the informal seminar series jointly between University of Manchester and Manchester Metropolitan University for announcements about seminars, conferences, papers, special issues etc. relevant to the complexity sciences (broadly conceived but including: social science, complexity physics, social networks, biological complexity). There is an associated blog at: http://manchester-complexity.blogspot.co.uk/

This list represents the interest of researchers in the theory and application of metaheuristics to approximate solutions of complex optimization problems. The aim is to promote research by dissemination of information on: research points, queries, publications, books, activities, conferences etc.

This list is used by the Multimedia Knowledge Management Network to announce network related events and to facilitate general discussion amongst network members.

This list represents the interest of researchers in the theory and application of metaheuristics to approximate solutions of complex optimization problems. The aim is to promote research by dissemination of information on: research points, queries, publications, books, activities, conferences etc.

For discussion of issues in image analysis research funded by RESAS

This list is managed by Dr Evangelos Himonides (UCL), on behalf of the Society for Education and Music Psychology Research (sempre), and aims to serve as a discussion forum for researchers working at the shared boundaries of science and music. This list was previously managed by the Institute of Musical Research.

A discussion list on the use of GRID technologies in musical applications

NAIS Hardware Procurement Subgroup

This list is to support discussion of the use of network automation tools and techniques at Janet-connected sites. This may cover areas such as provisioning, updates and validation of network device configurations and state.

General discussion list for the promotion of computer networking and systems research in the UK

This is a Special Interest Group (SIG) for anyone interested in Object-Process Methodology (OPM) which is a compact conceptual approach, language, and methodology for modelling and knowledge representation of automation systems. The application of OPM ranges from simple assemblies of elemental components to complex, multidisciplinary, dynamic systems. OPM has been adopted by the International Organization for Standardization, ISO, and on December 7, 2015 it was published as a normative ISO 19450 document at https://www.iso.org/obp/ui/#iso:std:iso:pas:19450:ed-1:v1:en. Over the past two decades, Prof. Dov Dori of the Faculty of Industrial Engineering and Management at the Technion has been developing Object-Process Methodology (OPM) as a language and method for conceptual modeling of complex systems of any kind, be it artificial or natural. An OPM model expresses both graphically and textually the architecture of the system: Interconnected diagrams at varying levels of detail, from a bird's eye view to any desired number of "nuts and bolts" views, specify any conceptual and logical aspect of the system. Each graphic expression is translated on the fly to a corresponding textual specification in a plain subset of English. A basic premise underlying OPM is that one can build a model of any system in any domain and at any level of complexity with the most minimal set of building blocks: stateful objects (objects with states) and processes that create or consume objects, or change their states. Over the last decade, Technion students at the Enterprise Systems Modeling Laboratory developed OPCAT (Object-Process CASE Tool), a software package that is available freely from the Lab's website http://esml.iem.technion.ac.il/ and translates the user's graphic input into simple English in real time. This enables quick model development jointly by the customer and the system architects and engineers, and reliable verification of the model as it is being created. The SIG is managed by Dr Pathmeswaran Raju of Cranfield University, UK.

This list is used by the Operational Research Group of Scotland to announce meetings and events and to allow members to disseminate information relating to the society.

Service announcement for the Pearl cluster

For anyone interested in science communication / public engagement with science within the field of Computer Science and ICT, with a focus on research. See also https://www.ukri.org/opportunity/public-engagement-for-information-and-communication-technologies, http://www.ukri.org/opportunity/public-engagement-for-information-and-communication-technologies

The management of Petroleum Data Management is a diverse field. It addresses strategic issues such as standards, people, process and technology, as well as more tactical issues such as the management of physical records (e.g. logs, maps, sections, tapes and reports) and their digital equivalents (well logs, seismic surveys, complex 3D sub-surface models or even a National Data Repository). The aim of this list is to build a global community of Petroleum Data Managers who can work together to share their experiences and solve common problems, issues and concerns.

A list for those developing and using computational models in the governance policy cycle

This email list is used to disseminate workshop and conference announcements, job opportunities and other announcements relevant to researchers in probabilistic numerical methods in the UK and abroad.

Announcements concerning Provably Correct Systems ('ProCoS'), including conferences and other meetings, books and publications in general, jobs and studentships, etc.

This is beta-testing-only mailing list for the PRoNTo software.

This list is for users of the PRoNTo toolbox to exchange information on usage, request help, or suggest modifications.

This email services a network concerned with developments in surveillance and its multifaceted impacts.

This email list serves the members of the EPSRC funded research project on "Framework of Responsible Research and Innovation in ICT". It is open to anyone interested in the subject.

This list is for members of the Information and Communications Technology for Development Centre at Royal Holloway, University of London.

This is list is for sharing information about research, events and news relating to the social and behavioural science of cyber security. It is intended for an inter-disciplinary audience with participation welcomed from those in academia, industry and Government.

The SEBASE project aims to provide a new approach to the way in which software engineering is understood, by moving software engineering problems from human-based search to machine-based search.

This list is used by the FAST IMPACt project partners and project participants to make announcements about and updates on the FAST IMPACt project to the subscribers of the list, as well as for discussion purposes related to project activities and project research.

SIGGEN, mailing list for the Special Interest Group on natural language GENeration

This super list posts to the following sub lists: SNAS-COMMITTEE The Social Network Analysis in Scotland Group (SNAS) provides a forum to discuss projects, issues and ideas related to Social Network Analysis (SNA). It aims to bring together academic staff, postgraduate students and practitioners engaging with SNA across Scotland and beyond.

This is an email list for the social data science interest group at the Alan Turing Institute for Data Science.

Software Risks include failure in terms of budget, functionality, schedule etc. This list is devoted to a discussion of topics relevant to Software Risk management which attempts to identify, assess and control risks in order to avoid or minimise the loss that would be caused by their occurrence.

This list is to increase collaboration - nationally and internationally - in the development of technologies and methods for automation in systematic reviews. The International Collaboration for Automation in Systematic Reviews moderates this open list.

The South of England Regional Programming Language Seminar (S-REPLS) is an informal regional meeting for researchers and industry professionals with an interest in programming language theory and implementation.

This list is for the users of a suite of products dedicated to collections and information management and retrieval, produced by specialist software developers System Simulation.

The biweekly statistical seminar at University of Bristol.

The mailing list is served for StuConOS student conference. The StuConOS conference is aimed at current undergraduate and master students in the UK. The conference will give students a chance to submit their work and to have this reviewed by a programme committee of experts. We interpret the word "optimisation" in its very broad sense: anything that improves (in any way) software or the process of making it. It will give students an initial taste of research work and a chance to publish and discuss their ideas with experts. The programme committee will review the submissions and decide on those to be accepted and the prizes to be awarded. All authors will receive feedback on their work and those accepted for the conference will be published in a printed proceedings & online available and presented(by one of the authors) at the conference.

A network of academics exploring various aspects of gender and equality. Based in the University of Sunderland.

The Support Vector Machine (SVM) is a powerful new learning algorithm based on recent advances in statistical learning theory. SVMs have become one of the standard tools for machine learning and data mining and can perform both classification and regression.

The Sustainable Society Network+ is a Research Councils UK Digital Economy Theme programme to network research in ICT to promote sustainable societies.

A mailing list to support a work group in the EPSRC (Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council) funded CARDyAL (Cooperative Aerodynamics and Radio-based DYnamic Animal Localisation) project. The mailing list will enable work group members to be notified and exchange of any events related to the Wiki and SVN servers used to maintain project materials of the CARDyAL project.

For researchers associated with the (ESRC/EPSRC) TEL Programme to share findings, funding opportunities, vacancies, resources and general support to those working in the interdisciplinary TEL field.

Automated mails will be sent to users when a gadget is updated so that they can re-download the relevant gadget to obtain the updates

TrustCom project mailing list, work package 25, EN/VO Infrastructure Modelling

Demonstrator for Aggegated Services online application Sub-list of trustcom-prop

This mailing list is for those interested in the work of the Humanities and Data Science Interest Group of The Alan Turing Institute. We will be sharing key updates, announcements and events as well as opportunities for engaging with the ongoing work associated with the group.

This list is used by the users of the University of Central Lancashire's High Performance Computer Facility User Group

This list is for those of us at UCL with an interest in transport and mobility, from any angle: fuels, traffic, active travel, safety, infrastructure, big data, energy, freight and more. The list is sponsored by UCL's Transport Institute as a self-organised way for all of us to share ideas, let each other know about UCL transport-related events and publications, and help people find each other (e.g. do you know anybody who__ ?).

This list is to support the discussion and collaboration between the UK and China data visualisation research community.

This list is primarily for Condor administrators, or people considering Condor deployments, within the UK academic and e-science communities.

A list for members of UK Bioinformatics Core Facilities. For discussion, announcements and meeting organisation.

The UXRPI (User eXperience Research Practice Interaction) mailing list is intended for academics and practitioners to explore connections between professional UX and Design, and academic HCI research.

Visualisation Interest Group at Harwell Campus, involving large facility scientists from STFC, Diamond Light Source, ESA, and any other organisations or companies who are interested in visualisation technologies, advances, services and developments on the Campus. Topics include scientific image analysis, visual analytics techniques for data analysis, and innovative use of large visualisation displays and VR/AR technologies for big volume, high fidelity data analysis and exploration, uncertainty analysis.

To exchange information about lectures, seminars and events of interest to those pursuing research in vision science and related disciplines

A mailing list to discuss development practices, concerns, and objectives for the open source peer review tool, WebPA

The aim of this list is to disseminate information about activities that celebrate, inform or support women who are, or plan to be, engaged in computing research or leadership in UK academia, industry and government.

Working group for the WISE/Zooniverse project

This list is intended to support users who are using corpus based methods in the humanities, social science and computer science disciplines, in particular corpus linguistics, conceptual history and natural language processing, via the Wmatrix toolkit.

This list is used by the Special Interest Group on Explainable AI within the Association Neural-Symbolic Learning and Reasoning for announcements concerning Calls for Papers, events, job opportunities, and new research projects.

Z (pronounced `zed') is a formal specification notation based on set theory and first order predicate logic. It has been developed initially since the late 1970s at the Programming Research Group within the Oxford University Computing Laboratory (OUCL) and #latterly around the world. It is used by industry as part of the software (and hardware) development process in Europe, USA and elsewhere. It has undergone international ISO #standardization in 2002.