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  • BCS’s computer arts columnist Catherine Mason appeared on Front Row, BBC Radio 4’s arts programme. She spoke about computer arts and the work of Manfred Mohr and Ernest Edmonds, which came about partly due to her article on the BCS website in November.
  • This year's London Gartner Data Center Summit runs on 27 and 28 November. The event is designed to deliver a wealth of unbiased analysis and is the place to take the measure of today’s hottest infrastructure and operations (I&O) trends and technologies while validating your planning and direction.
  • Each year, The Smallpeice Trust fills over 200 supervisory positions on their residential courses for young people (Y10/11/12).
  • 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.