Wednesday 28 November 2012
The first Café Scientifique of this academic year will take place on Wednesday 5 December at the Shield, Charterhouse Square campus from 6pm. Café Scientifique evenings are regular events for PhD researchers and research staff from across the college.
The idea of the event is to create an informal, relaxed atmosphere where researchers from all disciplines can meet and chat, and also present their work and ideas to a general, friendly audience. The evening will consist of three short presentations from researchers, wine/soft drinks and food, and other activities such as a quiz, a debate or a creative challenge. The one in December will be held in the Shield on the Charterhouse Square campus from 6pm, and will have a festive theme!
- Ping-pong neutrons Dominic Carter, Physics
- Bedtime stories: the lilliputian who helped the giants Daniela Aflorei, William Harvey Research Institute
Giving up the Ghost: Hoping for a miracle in the Dhofar Mountains James Borrell, Biological & Chemical Sciences
- Accounting for Carbon and Commitment: the case of the FTSE 100 John Malamatenios, Business & Management
If you would like to come, please book your place: www.esdcourses.org.uk/coursedetail.php?id=3360