Conferences, Workshops, Exhibitions, and Colloquia

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.
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.
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.

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IQCLSW 2016 brought together leading international researchers in the field of quantum cascade lasers, and the programme provided a series of presentations spanning all aspects of quantum cascade laser research across the electromagnetic spectrum, from fundamental physics to the exploitation and applications of this technology.
Quantum Information Processing and Communication (QIPC 2015) was held at the University of Leeds and featured speakers Jonathan Barrett (University of Oxford), Prof. Dr. Jelena Klinovaja (University of Basel), Dominic Berry (Macquarie University) and Lieven Vandersypen (TU Delft University of Technology)
The colloquium has been the premier international forum for the presentation of scientific contributions in the fields of explosions and unsteady combustion, where there is strong coupling between reaction and fluid mechanics.
Photo-responsive Functional Surfaces for Bio-Nano Applications in Healthcare UK-India seminar is designed to generate new international collaborations to explore responsive surface molecular systems. Surfaces play a crucial role in biomedical applications including antibacterial surfaces, biosensing, tissue engineering to the controlled release of drugs. Modifying surfaces properties through the use of organic films is a well-developed…
This conference, chaired by Animesh Jha (University of Leeds) and Stephen Sweeney (University of Surrey), hosted a special Young Scientist Forum (YSF) session as well as an international programme promoting new discoveries in emerging physics, optoelectronics, materials and devices.
The meeting was hosted by the School of Chemistry and took place at the University of Leeds from the 29th July – 1st August 2013.
An international conference organized by the Urban Communication Foundation and the Institute of Communications Studies in association with the ECREA Media and the City Temporary Working Group. In the course of two days there were over 70 papers by presenters from 20 different countries and representing a number of perspectives related to urban communication. With…
The 7th Annual PhD Conference at the School of Media and Communication – University of Leeds Confirmed Keynote Speakers Professor Colin Sparks (Hong Kong Baptist University) Professor Kate Oakley (University of Leeds) The recent financial crisis that caused the collapse of large financial institutions, the bailout of banks by national governments, and the struggle of national…
The 6th Annual PhD Conference at the School of Media and Communication – University of Leeds Confirmed Keynote Speakers Natalie Fenton (Goldsmiths College, UK) Stephen Coleman (University of Leeds) From Iran to China, Cairo to Oakland, Chechnya to Tunisia, bold claims are being made about the role that new technologies are playing in the emergence, sustenance, and…
The aim of the conference was to define the significance that human rights hold within a digital environment, and to inform and stimulate debate between academics and postgraduate students from different backgrounds and disciplines.