This is the South Wales branch annual joint event with the IET Wales South West Local Network.


Wendy Lomas, Director and Project Manager - University of Wolverhampton


6:30pm - Refreshments and networking
7:00pm - Lecture
8:30pm - Refreshments and networking
9:00pm - Close


Combining digital recorders, bioacoustic analysis and AI, gives us a non-invasive ‘sonic microscope’ with which to make new discoveries and monitor ecosystem health and biodiversity.

Wendy will guide us through the field of computational bioacoustics and introduce her research using a new application of an ‘old’ model - an attempt to help alleviate the bottleneck as we amass vast datasets of bioacoustic data in a field without the manpower to process it as efficiently as the critical challenges of biodiversity loss in a warming world demand.

Our events are for adults aged 16 years and over.

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For overseas delegates who wish to attend the event, please note that BCS does not issue invitation letters.


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This event is brought to you by: South Wales branch and IET Wales South West Local Network

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Date and time
Thursday 28 March, 6:30pm - 9:00pm
UWTSD IQ Building
Kings Road
This event is sold out