The Bartlett


Ant ballet and PhD theme tunes: The Bartlett Showoff Round Two

27 February 2013

The Bartlett ShowOff - Round Two!

Back by popular demand, The Bartlett Showoff once again took to the stage last Tuesday to showcase some of faculty’s most exciting and extrovert students, staff and research through a range of talks, songs and performances.

With compere Ella Murray, a paleoanthropology PhD student from UCL’s Institute of Archaeology, CASA’s Hannah Fry (winner of the Provost’s Public Engager of the Year award), launched straight into the weird and wonderful, talking about her research on ‘Optimal Immunisation Strategies and the Mathematical Classification of Sexual Contact Networks’.

The evening continued with performances from Josep Grau-Bove of the Centre for Sustainable Heritage, Prof. Michael Hebbert of BSP with songs about urban climatology and design, along with insights into the research of BSA’s Ollie Palmer and his fascinating ‘Ant Ballet’. Closing the proceedings, UCL-Energy PhD student Mike Fell helped to answer the immortal question, what is the perfect PhD theme tune?

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