Category Archives: conference

26Oct/15

GRADnet Winter School: Building your Leadership Potential

GRADnet Winter School: Building your Leadership Potential

8-10 February 2016

Discovery Park, Innovation House, Ramsgate Road, Sandwich CT13 9FF

For GRADnet postgraduate researchers

Please see attached document outlining an exciting new core activity for the GRADnet Winter School.  Register here.  Registration deadline Tuesday, 5 January 2016.

Core Activity – Columbia’s Final Mission

You will analyse the case of the Columbia Space Shuttle mission from launch to its fatal conclusion using materials supplied by NASA under the guidance of a consultant.  As the mission unfolds, you will work in teams, each team taking the role of one of the key NASA managers or engineers.  A team experiences only those events and has access only to information that that person had at the time of the mission.  This adds a rich dimension to the case experience as participants recognise how perceptions of the same event can vary.  With a combination of team working and plenary discussion, key principles and applications of leadership, management and communication unfold as the workshop progresses.

 Places are limited so register now!

16Jun/15

Condensed Matter Physics in the City 2015

We are pleased to announce the sixth summer programme, ‘Condensed Matter Physics in the City 2015’ which will take place at Royal Holloway, University of London on 22 June – 3 July 2015. The programme has been organised by the Hubbard Theory Consortium and sponsored by SEPnet and by ICAM.

This summer’s programme will have a special emphasis on spin, orbitally and topologically entangled quantum states. The programme will include international keynote speakers for each week in addition to presentations by participants. Please CMP registration if you would like to attend or to give a presentation. We would particularly encourage PhD students and postdocs to present their ongoing work. We also have some limited financial support available for students from ICAM nodes across the globe.