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2018 Research & Knowledge Exchange Conference – Calls For Abstracts

savethedate-01Calls for Abstracts
 
This year’s research and knowledge exchange conference will focus upon our  flagship research challenges set out in our new  Research and Knowledge Exchange Strategy. We would like to hear about innovative collaborations which address these challenges and which embrace interdisciplinary/trans disciplinary collisions across our Colleges and Institutes and beyond. Of particular interest this year are projects which involve industry and third sector collaborations.
 
 
CALL 1. Interdisciplinary case studies
 
We would like to request abstracts for up to three existing innovative collaborations that can be presented as exemplary case studies. These presentations will form an open Q&A session chaired by the PVC Research & Knowledge Exchange in the opening session of the conference.
 
CALL 2. Open call for panel discussions and posters
 
We would like to offer an open call for a range of short 10 minute presentations on interdisciplinary ideas, that will be grouped into panels for a set of parallel presentations and Q&A sessions throughout the afternoon. This may be completed research, current projects, interdisciplinary project ideas in development or collaborative opportunities you wish to discuss.
 
Research Exchange Board
 
We will also host a Research Exchange Board that aims to open up the opportunity for any academic, PGR student and research group to post, highlight, locate and connect your research interests with others.
 
 
Nominations for panel chairs are also sought​

SUBMIT YOUR ABSTRACT

Deadline: Friday 4th May

 

Undergraduates and Postgraduates to Showcase Research Posters

November 23rd will see Knowledge Dock host students on the Summer Internship and PhD Studentship programmes who will be exhibiting their research posters.

This year over 30 undergraduate and PhD students will come together to showcase their work. Their research explored a wide range of topics reflecting UEL’s rich and diverse research expertise.
There will be light refreshments and a prize giving ceremony where the best posters will win prizes, with the best undergraduate researchers having the opportunity to exhibit and present their work at the Houses of Parliament.
Everyone is welcome – Register your attendance at:
Photos from last year’s event: