UCL East


UCL East Lunch Hour Lectures

2 May 2019

May's Lunch Hour Lectures will follow a UCL East theme, showcasing some of the activities UCL East will encompass

UCL East CGI landscape

In May the Lunch Hour Lectures on Tour series will follow a UCL East theme, featuring lectures and discussions on four topics spanning the use of technology to understand and safeguard our planet to the history of UCL at Bloomsbury and its parallels with the development of UCL East. 

Lectures will take place from 13:00-14:00 in the Darwin Lecture Theatre. Dates and topics are listed below and further information can be found on the UCL Events website.

9th May - Internet of Wild Things - using technology to understand and safeguard our planet, Professor Kate Jones & Professor Duncan Wilson,  Future Living Institute 

14th May - Playing the Archive, Professor Andrew Burn www.playingthearchive.net, Culture Lab

16th May - Enhancing Experiential Learning through Experiments, Arts, Society and Technology, Professor John Mitchell, Experiential Learning and Research Hub

21st May - The beginnings of UCL in Bloomsbury: some parallels with UCL East, Amy Smith, Urban Room and Memory Workshop