Conferences, Workshops, Exhibitions, and Colloquia

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Wednesday 15th June 2016, 9:30am – 4:00pm A one-day event brought together postgraduate students from across all Faculties of the University to explore and articulate the impact of their research and how it relates to the concept of ‘cultural value’. Students were able to connect with postgraduate research students from a large range of disciplines,…
ICSRiM Student Conference on Music, Multimedia and Electronics (iscMME) Programme Note: Please bring your own laptop if you wish to take part in the FoxDot Workshop, as we will not be able to provide one for everyone. 09:30 – 10:00 Registration 10:00 – 10:15 Introduction Exhibition: Foyer All Day Benjamin Hall and Jonathan Briggs: Instagramophone Workshop…
The Leeds Doctoral College Showcase 2016 took place at the 6th annual University of Leeds Postgraduate Research Conference on Tuesday December 8th 2015. Please visit https://www.leeds.ac.uk/research-leeds-doctoral-college for more information on the Leeds Doctoral College. 3 minute thesis presentations are available to view on the conference’s YouTube channel: https://www.youtube.com/user/Ldspgrconference/videos   University of Leeds Postgraduate Researcher of the Year…
EXPO15 took place on Wed 21 October Expo15 is our annual employability extravaganza, with workshops, one-to-one career advice surgeries, and alumni & expert panels, all rolled into one hectic & informative day. 12-12.45pm, Michael Sadler LG10 Presentation for students interested in a career in the humanitarian sector that uses their languages Liz Harris, International Committee of the Red Cross…
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)
About the Conference For many decades, capitalism was a concept largely ignored in the social sciences and humanities. Things have changed since the continuing global financial crisis began. Capitalism is now taken seriously not only by Marxists, but also by non-Marxian feminists, social democrats and conservatives. Yet research on how we might understand relations between…
Community and its Limits, 1745–1832, was a conference hosted by the School of English in association with the Leeds Library, and generously supported by the British Association for Romantic Studies. We’re very grateful to everyone who came, and who helped to make the two days so stimulating and enjoyable with their expert papers, incisive questions,…
The International Colloquium on the Dynamics of Explosions and Reactive Systems (ICDERS) has been held every two years since its founding in 1967 by N. Manson, A.K. Oppenheim, and R. Soloukhin. 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.
Conference Rationale Philosophy is not part of the core curriculum of UK education, despite the intellectual, social and emotional benefits associated with talking and thinking together. Nevertheless, thousands of children and young people in nurseries, primary and secondary schools, and FE colleges, engage regularly in philosophical enquiry as a way to identify and address issues…
ESEE 2015 explored solutions for the transformation to a sustainable society, building on the distinctive contribution of ecological economics, by shining a spotlight on the interdependency of economic activity and natural systems, and identifying options that prioritise human wellbeing within planetary boundaries.