The Research Café aims to create a supportive space where researchers from all levels and academics can explore interdisciplinary collaborations.
The West Hub, with the STEMM libraries in collaboration with Postdocs of Cambridge Society will be holding Research Cafés throughout 2024, starting on 17th of January. Research Cafés will allow you to meet your peers outside of your immediate research group or discipline, to further understanding, collaboration, and engagement across the West Cambridge site in a relaxed environment.
The presentations on the 17th of January will be accompanied by a keynote given by Dr James Robert Fergusson, an expert in Data Intensive Sciences, Director of the Centre for Doctoral Training in Data Intensive and Course Director for the MPhil in Data Intensive Science in the University of Cambridge.
Further details can be found here: https://www.westcambridgehub.uk/research-cafe
Proposed event schedule:
11:30-12:00 - Research Posters and coffee/tea*
12:00-12:10 - Keynote speaker
12:10-13:00 - Lightning talks
13:00-14:00 - Pizza* and Questions
14:00-15:00 - Refreshments for socialising and exploring posters further.*Refreshments and lunch will be provided
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