Some information on how to get to the Computing Science department is given on the departmental pages. The Modern Language building is on University Gardens (marked D5) on the map. It is worth noting that it is difficult to find parking spaces around the university.
Instructions for getting here from Rail Station:
Get into the underground and go around to Hillhead Station. The department is just up the hill "behind" the station:
---------- Byres Road -----U------------+------------- (Hillhead) | | | (Great George Street) | Big Car Park | /--------------------------------+ | Grass | ___ \-------------------------------+ <<--- Lilybank Gardens _____ /QM | Car [][][][][] Houses [][][][][] | /Modern Park Computing Science languagesRoom 111 is on the first floor of the modern languages building. Go in the front door and go up one floor. The room is the first room along the corridor that goes towards the back of the building.
1400 - 1500 | "Prosper" Louise Dennis, Graham Collins, University of Glasgow Lex Holt, University of Edinburgh |
1500 - 1530 | Tea/Coffee |
1530 - 1600 | "Proving correctness of computer algebra gcd and lcm procedures." Tom Kelsey, University of St Andrews |
1600 - 1645 | "A Critique of Proof Planning" Alan Bundy, University of Edinburgh |
Louise Dennis, University of Glasgow - The PROSPER Toolkit
Graham Collins, University of Glasgow - Adding verification to Microsoft Excel
Lex Holt, University of Edinburgh - Natural Language Interface
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