Archive for January 2020

Two talks by Gilles Brassard in Zurich and Schaffhausen, this Wednesday

Gilles Brassard, quantum cryptography pioneer (among other achievements), will give two talks this Wednesday (22.01):

  • One at the University of Zurich, at 11:15 (session start at 10:30) on “The Art of Secret Communication in a Quantum World””.
  • The other at the Schaffhausen Institute of Technology at 18:30 (session start at 17:30, talks followed by Apéro) in Schaffhausen, with the title “What if Einstein was right after all? Once again…”.

 

In other words, morning talk more technical (quantum cryptography), evening talk more general.

Abstracts and other details at https://sit.org/insights, also registration (not required but recommended).

— Bertrand Meyer

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Talk on requirements at UC Santa Barbara tomorrow

I am giving a “distinguished lecture” at the University of California, Santa Barbara, January 10 (Friday, tomorrow) at 14. The title is A Comprehensive Approach to Requirements Engineering.

The abstract and rest of the information are here.

I will spend the last few minutes of the talk discussing other current developments (verification, concurrency).

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