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Conferences and seminars

The University has a full programme of:

  • specialist research seminars; and
  • more general research-relevant conferences, workshops and lectures.

Research seminars provide a forum for informal peer support, allowing you to present and discuss your work.

We encourage you to test ideas before fellow students and staff. This aspect of research culture is central to a stimulating research student experience. Later on, you will attend and present papers to conferences at other institutions.

We also hold regular public lectures and conferences.

Example topics

Recent conferences and seminars have covered:

  • Modernity, Modernism and the Interior 1870–1970
  • Drawing: The Process
  • The Politics of Mass Murder
  • New Perspectives on Mary Tudor
  • The Entrepreneurial Experience
  • The Values Exchange: Ethics, Policy and Professional Decision-making
  • Recent Advances in the Micromechanics of Ductile Fracture
  • Crowd Analysis: A Survey
  • Tracking and Analysis of Cells in Co-culture

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