DAMTP/CMS Seminar Series
The Department uses talks.cam to store information about events and seminars. The relevant series with scheduled talks are:
 Centre for Mathematical Sciences
 Department of Pure Mathematics and Mathematical Statistics
 Department of Applied Mathematics and Theoretical Physics
 Applied and Computational Analysis
 Applied and Computational Analysis Graduate Seminar
 CMS Colloquia
 CQC Blackboard Talk
 CQC Seminar
 CQIF Seminar
 Cosmology lunch
 DAMTP Astrophysics Seminar
 DAMTP BioLunch
 DAMTP Friday GR Seminar
 DAMTP Jubilee Celebration
 DAMTP atmosphereocean
 Dirac Lecture
 Fluid Mechanics (DAMTP)
 Geophysical and Environmental Processes (DAMTP/BPI)
 HEP phenomenology joint CavendishDAMTP seminar
 Lattice field theory informal seminars
 Mathematical Physics Seminar
 Mechanics (DAMTP)
 Mechanics and Mathematical Biology (DAMTP)
 String Theory Seminars
 Thursday Seminars on Theoretical Geophysics (DAMTP)
 Tuesday Seminars on Theoretical Geophysics (ITG, DAMTP)
 Wednesday HEPGR Colloquium
For other seminars at CMS:
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 DAMTP Seminars

Wednesday December 7 13:00
How will the storm tracks change? High resolution studies of the future of extratropical storm tracks
Walter Robinson, Department of Marine, Earth, and Atmospheric Sc
DAMTP AtmosphereOcean DynamicsWednesday December 7 16:00
Title to be confirmed
Sebastian Andres
Cambridge Analysts' Knowledge Exchange (C.A.K.E.)Thursday December 8 14:15
The computational power of projective measurements
Stefan Weigert, University of York
CQIF SeminarWednesday January 18 14:15
Title to be confirmed
Fernando Alday (Oxford)
Wednesday HEPGR ColloquiumThursday January 19 13:00
Title to be confirmed
Alex Arvanitakis, DAMTP
Quantum Fields and Strings Seminars  Other Seminars at CMS

Monday December 5 10:00
Welcome and Introduction
Robin Mitra (University of Southampton); Jane Leeks (Turing Gate
Isaac Newton Institute Seminar SeriesMonday December 5 10:10
Anonymisation Risk and Privacy
Mark Elliot (University of Manchester)
Isaac Newton Institute Seminar SeriesMonday December 5 10:50
The Anonymisation Decision Making Framework
Elaine Mackey (University of Manchester)
Isaac Newton Institute Seminar Series