Research seminar | Our world and universe Event as iCalendar

11 April 2019

1 - 3pm

Venue: Room G03

Location: Building 303, 38 Princes Street, City Campus

Host: Faculty of Science

Cost: Free. All welcome, but please RSVP.

Contact info: Victoria Smith, Research programme manager

Contact email: https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSd0Hf2FGh9A5_kuccjcYHL4--UENfZre-nRGbxJDc89isY14Q/viewform

Website: Research themes | Our world and universe

Our world and universe research seminar

The Our World and Universe theme welcomes you to our first get together of 2019. This session will involve our members presenting short talks on their current research.

Topics include:

  • Generating power from super-winds | Dr John Cater, Engineering Science
  • Global Biodiversity and Bio-geography | Professor Mark Costello, Marine Science
  • Getting to Venus | Darcey Graham, Physics
  • Novel in-space propulsion | Felicien Filleul, Physics
  • Adventures in complex networks | Steven Turnbull, Te Pūnaha Matatini
  • Behaviour at the Origins of Life | Dr Matthew Egbert, Computer Science
  • Extrasolar planet detection and the search for life | Dr Nicholas Rattenbury, Physics
  • Melting in Extreme Environments | Dr Elke Pahl, Physics


All are welcome to attend. Refreshments provided.

Please RSVP using our online form or email Victoria Smith for catering purposes.