It will be located in Building B and is an addition to the existing library in Building A. The new library will be a space not only for those willing to go somewhere private with a book or a tablet, but also for teams who need to get together to discuss joint research projects. The library opens on January 16 at noon. The first 300 visitors will get to participate in a prize draw, which will introduce the readers to the library’s collection.
Thursday, April 22
Dmitry Veselov to speak on 'Crony Capitalism as an Electoral Outcome'
Silvia Goncalves to speak on 'Impulse Response Analysis for Structural Dynamic Models with Nonlinear Regressors'
Andrew Nietzke to speak on 'Spectral Networks and Some Applications II'
Master of Computer Vision programme webinar: 'Interview with Successful Graduates'
Industry Webinar: Applications of Formal Concept Analysis
Friday, April 23
Lecture 'Bichurin, China, and the Regions: The History of a Relationship' by Willard Sunderland