Posts Tagged ‘Lecture’

Prof Stephen Emmitt gives keynote in Bogota

Professor Stephen Emmitt was invited to give the main keynote lecture about the importance of effective design management in adding value to our built environment at a major bi-annual congress in Colombia.

Introduction to teaching for staff: Thu 18 Jun

An introduction to teaching workshop aimed at postdoctoral researchers and non-academic staff who are interested in teaching at university in the future, but who have little or no prior experience or development.

Free lecture: Emergent challenges of warfare in the 21st century

Wed 20 May: This free public lecture marks the end of the 'From state control to remote control' MOOC and will be presented by Drs Wali Aslam and David Moon.

Inaugural lecture - Living with buildings: Wed 29 Apr

Professor Stephen Emmitt will present his inaugural lecture Living with Buildings: The Architecture of Practice this week.

IPR lecture - Economic policy: Mon 27 Apr

Prof Mariana Mazzucato will talk about the relationship between the State & innovation-led growth

Book place for Athena SWAN annual lecture & lunch: Fri 1 May

This year's lecture will be given by Professor Alison Noble OBE, FREng, Technikos Professor of Biomedical Engineering, Oxford University; Director of the Institute of Biomedical Engineering (IBME); Fellow of the IET, Fellow (and current President) of the MICCAI Society; Fellow of the Royal Academy of Engineering.

Epilepsy: From a 'disease once sacred' to brain tissue in a dish

Professor Roland Jones will give his inaugural lecture on Wednesday 22 April. All welcome.

Anthropology of Parliament: the UK, Bangladesh & Ethiopia

Political anthropologist Dr Emma Crewe will give an SPS lecture on Fri 20 Mar.

Underlining the value of university research for policy makers

Watch a recording of Lord Eatwell's recent lecture: ‘Why is policy making so difficult today?’ that he gave on campus.

Lord Eatwell to deliver IPR lecture today

Tuesday's IPR lecture will discuss the challenges in policy making

The future of automotive propulsion

Professor Chris Brace will deliver his inaugural lecture on Thu 12 Feb - all welcome

Podcast: The rings of Saturn & the Cassini mission

Delivered by Professor Carl Murray, Professor of Mathematics and Astronomy at Queen Mary University of London, this year's William Herschel Society lecture focused on the mission of the Cassini spacecraft, which has been in orbit around Saturn since 2004.

Students enjoy Dyson workshop & lecture

Last month the Department welcomed two guests from internationally renowned vacuum company Dyson and their non-profit arm, the James Dyson Foundation.

Podcast - 27th Designability Lecture: 'Data Scientist - heal thyself'

'Internet of Things' technologies have emerged over recent years as enabling technologies for life-long healthcare, and increasingly these technologies are seen as moving health from the hospital to the home, whilst at the same time shifting responsibility for health from the clinician to computer scientists and engineers.

New podcast - David Galbreath's inaugural lecture

Professor Galbreath's inaugural lecture asked whether the evolution of technology requires us to be forever vigilant in the face of a new type of warfare.

Gender based abuse - What can I do? Tue 25 Nov

A seminar with local and national speakers to mark the UN Day for the Elimination of Violence Against Women: 6.30-8pm in Chancellors' Building 1.1

I-SEE seminar - the Electrical Grid: Tue 18 Nov

I-SEE seminar with Dr Jenny Cooper who specialises in energy innovation management

Free lecture: Data Scientist – heal thyself: Fri 7 Nov

BIME's 46th Annual Lecture about the Internet of Things is free to attend but please book tickets.

Research into cancer: bench to bedside

Join us for a free lecture on Wednesday to learn more about our cutting-edge research into cancer

Free seminar - ISIS in Iraq & Syria: Tue 7 Oct

Dr Faisal Devji from Oxford University will discuss the formation of a militant subjectivity in ISIS. What can we infer about such a subject from the pieces of information at our disposal, as well as in the context of militant Islam's globalisation with al-Qaeda more than a decade ago?