PdOC Research Showcase

The PdOC Research Showcase is a free, one-day conference open to all postdocs of the University of Cambridge

PdOC Research Showcase, taking place on 1st November 2023 at WestHub, Cambridge.

Photo: PdOC Research Showcase, taking place on 1st November 2023 at WestHub, Cambridge.

The Cambridge Philosophical Society is pleased to support the 3rd PdOC Research Showcase, taking place on 1st November 2023 at WestHub, Cambridge.

The PdOC Research Showcase is a free, one-day conference open to all postdocs of the University of Cambridge and affiliated institutions (STEMM as well as AHSS). Sign up now to join us for a day full of exciting presentations from your fellow postdocs as well as to learn more about the latest research taking place at Cambridge, and submit an abstract to introduce your peers to your own work or future projects and to get a chance to win our sought after PdOC Best Presentation award. The postdoc presentations will be accompanied by two keynotes given by Prof. David Leslie, an expert on AI policy, Director of Ethics and Responsible Innovation Research at The Alan Turing Institute, and Professor of Ethics, Technology and Society at Queen Mary University of London, as well as Prof. Zoe Kourtzi, an expert for AI in healthcare with a focus on neuroscience, a Turing Fellow, and Professor of Computational Cognitive Neuroscience at the University of Cambridge.

Find out more here: https://www.pdoc.cam.ac.uk/events/pdoc-research-showcase-2023

The event is co-hosted in collaboration with the Cambridge Philosophical Society and WestHub Library and sponsored by Cambridge Enterprise.

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