Conferences, Workshops, Exhibitions, and Colloquia
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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.
Marketing Communications and PR Chair, Tom Jackson, School of Media & Communication Brooke Curtis, Senior Account Director, Jaywing PR Kris Holland, Marketing Manager, Charlton Morris Rowena Madar, Founder, EatFishDesign Liz Rose, Head of Communications, Northern Ballet Emma Louise Trotter, Freelance Creative Consultant ___________________________________ Working with Languages Chair, Alina Secara, Lecturer in Translation Studies, University of Leeds Matthew Brown, Account Director, Brunswick Group Chris Hoyle, Junior Account Manager Mother…
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.
The Conference on Stochastic Control, Ambiguity and Games is a two-day event on stochastic control, robust optimisation and stochastic games which will explore existing and new links across the different research areas. The conference will bring together participants of our research week and other international experts, and will feature contributed and invited talks, time for discussions and an evening get-together on the…
The Workshop on Computational Approaches to Morphologically Rich Languages, organised by the Leeds University Kartvelian Studies group, aims to bring together established specialists and postgraduate research students working in the field of computational morphology and morphosyntax.
The 34th Leeds Annual Statistical Research Workshop, joint with the EU MIMOmics network The 34th LASR Workshop was held jointly with, and funded by, the EU funded MIMOmics network at the University of Leeds. Programme A booklet containing the workshop programme, as well as the abstracts for the talks and posters, is available to download here. Invited Speakers…
Featured Speakers include Daniela Cadamuro (Technische Universität München), Luigi Cantini (Université de Cergy-Pontoise), Anatoly Konechny (Heriot-Watt University) and Oleg Lisovyy (Université de Tours).
This conference aims be a catalyst for a step-change in the recognition and measurement of all forms of value arising from city, regional and national infrastructure, by connecting partners from academia, government, business and civil society operating at the local, national and international levels to debate, inform policy and shape plans for future research.