The Royal Scottish Society of Arts (R.S.S.A.) was founded in 1821 as 'The Society for the Encouragement of the Useful Arts in Scotland' and incorporated by Royal Charter in 1841. It was concerned with the fields that we would now describe as science, technology, engineering and manufacture, but which were then known as the useful arts, as opposed to the fine arts.
The lecture programme is given by excellent public speakers, who are distinguished in their fields of study, and the topics cover a wide range of scientific and technical issues, all pertinent to the Scotland in which we live today. Members of the public are welcome to attend these lectures.
"Designing algorithms for matching markets in healthcare"
Professor David Manlove MA PhD FHEA, Professor of Algorithms and Complexity, School of Computing Science, University of Glasgow at 7pm on Monday 27th January 2020 [More...]
A complete Programme for the Society's 199th Session is available to download and print.