Conferences, Workshops, Exhibitions, and Colloquia

he 2019 EIBA conference will be an opportunity to look at broadening the impact and footprint of international business through integration with research in other social sciences. The goal is to investigate the lessons to be learned from the turbulent environment of the past several years.

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The aim of this workshop is to build critical mass among clinicians, end-users, developers and researchers in areas of interest around magnetocardiography. Workshop themes: Emergency medicine and risk stratification, electrophysiology, arrhythmia, signal processing, primary care, health assessment, modelling.
The objective of the meeting is to disseminate recent results in stochastic analysis among the scientific community in the UK and strengthen its links with European experts in the field. We address three topics which are popular in stochastic analysis, namely Backward Stochastic Differential Equations (BSDEs), Information and McKean-Vlasov equations.
Based on the foundational works of Joseph Fels Ritt and Ellis Robert Kolchin, differential algebra has evolved into an extremely rich subject during the last two decades. Differential Algebra and Related Topics (DART) is a series of workshops which offer an opportunity for participants to exchange ideas and views on differential algebra and related topics.
Yorsget is a conference aimed primarily at MSc/PhD students, post-docs, and early career researchers in the broad field of structural geology and tectonics. The conference provides a platform for networking and research presentations in a supportive and inspiring atmosphere. The conference consists of keynotes, regular talks, poster presentations, and field trips.
Philosophy Bakes No Bread was an evening of free philosophical talks and interactive discussion that asked: What is the point of philosophy? About Thinking Space Philosophy Bakes No Bread was initiated and co-ordinated by Thinking Space, in collaboration with the University of Leeds and funded by the School of PRHS and The Forum. The event…
On behalf of the Scientific Convenor, Professor Jurgen Neuberg, and the Technical Convenor, Dr Vern Manville, we are delighted to welcome you to the 54th annual conference of the Volcanic and Magmatic Studies Group, hosted by the University of Leeds.
This event brought together clinicians, practitioners, tissue engineers, laser scientists and engineers to discuss the following key themes: Clinical Dentistry; Materials, Fabrication and Characterisations; Bone Tissue and Materials Engineering.
The purpose of this workshop is to provide PhD students and postdoctoral researchers within (but not limited to) the UK MHD consortium an introduction to computational methods for solving the MHD equations. read more >
From 18 Sept to 10 Oct 2017 the University of Leeds will be hosting in the Edward Boyle Library Foyer a Photographic Exhibition titled “Women of Mathematics throughout Europe – A Gallery of Portraits”. The exhibition is intended to break down barriers and stereotypes about mathematics, encouraging young people (male and female) to believe in their capacities and express their potential.
The purpose of the conference is to bring together academics and language teachers working in Higher Education in the UK and internationally to discuss the nature and challenges presently faced in the field of language learning.