Ada Lovelace Day 2019

Ada Lovelace Day 2019 - Celebrating Ada's work, inspiration and legacy

3:00pm - 7:00pm / Tuesday 8th October 2019 / Venue: Life Sciences Building
Type: Workshop / Category: Department / Series: Liverpool Women in Science and Engineering
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On Tuesday 8th October 2019 from 3-7pm, the University of Liverpool is holding an interdisciplinary event to celebrate colloaboration between the sciences and the arts, in honour of Ada Lovelace Day. This drop-in event will include a coding session in Python provided by HiPy, a musical performance by student musicians and members of the Liverpool Philharmonic Orchestra of composer Emily Howard's 'Ada Sketches', an accompanying interview with Emily herself, and a panel discussion centered around collaboration in research in the sciences and arts. Please join us for this celebration of Ada's life and legacy and of the research being carried out within the university, inspired by the woman herself.

*Ada Lovelace’s Work: HiPy Session with the HiPy Team
3pm - Seminar Room 2, Life Sciences, University of Liverpool

Ada Lovelace as an Inspiration: Ada Sketches by Emily Howard. Prof Emily Howard, Artist in Residence, Mathematical Sciences, Performance by post-graduate students from the Department of Music and members of the Royal Liverpool Philharmonic Orchestra.
5pm - Seminar Room 2, Life Sciences, University of Liverpool

Ada Lovelace’s Legacy: An Interdisciplinary Panel Discussion ‘A Celebration of Collaboration Between the Sciences and the Arts’
6pm - Seminar Room 2, Life Sciences, University of Liverpool

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Any questions about the event should be directed towards Marianne Scott,