UCL Climate Interactions 2008: first call for registration
17 September 2008
On 5 November 2008, the UCL Environment Institute is hosting a high-profile symposium to showcase the wide range of climate-related research undertaken at UCL. There will be a strong focus on early stage researchers with a poster competition for postgraduate and postdoctoral researchers.
Professor Chris Rapley (Director of the Science Museum and UCL Fellow) will give a keynote address entitled 'Humans, Energy, Climate: What Next?', followed by four half-hour presentations from leading UCL academics covering a range of topics including climate in earth history, climate impact prediction and climate and future cities.
The meeting starts at 2pm, and posters will be available for viewing in the South Cloisters during lunch, coffee and at an evening wine reception.
A book of research poster abstracts will be produced and will include a directory of 'expertise and facilities' to encourage future inter-departmental and inter-disciplinary research.
To pre-register for this event please email Dr Tom Dunkley Jones with your contact details and research interests. The event is free and open to all of the UCL community.
This event is supported by the UCL Environment Institute and UCL Grand Challenges.
To find out more about the UCL Environment Institute, use the links at the top of the article.