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  • The organisers of EVA London 2013 have issued a call for papers. A feature of EVA London 2013 is its varied session types. We invite proposals of papers, demonstrations, short performances, workshops or panel discussions.
  • Computer scientist and campaigner Dr Sue Black FBCS has announced she will crowd fund her account of how one of the UK’s most important historical sites was saved from destruction.
  • From approximately 9am to 3pm on Saturday 6 October server maintenance at BCS Swindon will result in a number of short intermittent outages to the BCS Member Secure Area, Member Network and email list server.
  • Former Lovelace Medal winner, Nick McKeown from Stanford University, is running a series of free, public online classes from 8 October called an Introduction to Computer Networks.
  • BCS, The Chartered Institute for IT is partnering with the Science Council to co-host a fringe event at this year’s Conservative Party Conference.
  • The BCS Health Executive is now inviting BCS Professional Members with Health Specialist Group Membership to nominate a candidate for the newly available positions of BCS Health Executive Chair and BCS Health Executive Secretary.
  • BCS, The Chartered Institute for IT is partnering with the Science Council to co-host a fringe event at this year’s Liberal Democrat Party Conference.
  • BCS, The Chartered Institute for IT has two new books coming out soon.
  • A recent joint event between the Agile Methods Specialist Group and Software Practice Advancement Specialist Group looked at scaling lean and agile development with large-scale Scrum for large, multisite, and / or offshore product development.
  • The 10th BCS Machine Intelligence competition for live demonstrations of applications that show 'progress towards machine intelligence' will be held on 5 October at BCS’s London Office.