Activity: Public engagement and outreach › Festival/Exhibition
Karen Petrie - Organiser, 2 Nov 2011
Secondary schools and public tours in the Queen Mother Building.
Learn more about the fascinating research conducted in University of Dundee’s School of Computing at this guided tour. See live demonstrations, meet the researchers behind the projects and get hands-on with cutting edge technology.
Also featuring an exhibition of cartoons by Professor Emanuele Trucco, showing his vision of computing research.
Location: University of Dundee, School of Computing, Queen Mother Building, Dundee, DD1 4HB.
Organised by School of Computing, University of Dundee.
|Title||Dundee Science Festival 2011|
|Period||29/10/11 → 13/11/11|
|Other||Two weeks of exciting events including family fun days, comedy, talks and school programmes. Dundee Science Festival is a city-wide celebration of science, providing fun, entertainment, inspiration and curiosity for all ages.|
|Degree of recognition||National event|
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