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The 2020 Zienkiewicz Lecture - Shared screen with speaker view
Perumal Nithiarasu
18:41
Welcome everyone
Perumal Nithiarasu
21:15
Good afternoon
Ken Meissner
21:59
Great to see so many people. Welcome!
Perumal Nithiarasu
22:01
Hi Antonio. Good to hear from you.
Hywel Thomas
22:37
Good to hear from you Antonio.
MATT Jones
23:37
And even someone from Trehorci
Perumal Nithiarasu
24:15
Hello everyone.
Edwin Ward
24:30
Filler: Will Wales ever win a rugby match?
Perumal Nithiarasu
30:16
Please type your questions in the Q&A section.
John Tucker
37:17
Andy is celebrated in the Centenary History of Computing at Swansea University:https://collections.swansea.ac.uk/s/swansea-2020/page/computer-science
RAJESH Ransing
37:30
What an engaging start. Thank you.
Samantha Board
42:56
Please direct all questions through the dedicated Q&A function. All questions will be addressed after the lecture from here.
MATT Jones
51:01
Swansea an EPSRC project on sustainable computing… you can build on our work: https://deliot.me/toolkit.html
Samantha Board
01:00:45
Please remember to put any questions for Professor Hopper into the Q&A. We will have a Q&A session directly after the lecture.
Samantha Board
01:11:31
Don't forget to put your questions into the Q&A.
Edwin Ward
01:35:14
Could blockchain energy black holes be replicated digitally to reduce their energy consumption?
MATT Jones
01:38:03
Great event! Thanks to all.
Edwin Ward
01:38:58
Excellent lecture as part of Swansea’s 100th anniversary celebration
Perumal Nithiarasu
01:41:24
Thank you everyone for attending this lecture.