RESEARCH PRESENTATIONS DAY
Saturday May 12th 2018
10.30am – 4.00pm
At BFWG HQ: 4 Mandeville Courtyard, 142 Battersea Park Road, London SW11 4NB
Are you a postgraduate woman student? Do you have research you would like to present to a discerning audience – and have the chance of winning a small prize of £120 for the best presentation to a general audience? Or would you like to join with us just to listen to other postgraduate women students presenting their research? Our Research Presentations Day (RPD) offers these opportunities. Past attendees, both presenters and audience, have found the Day thoroughly enjoyable and helpful in developing presentation skills.
If you think you would like to submit an abstract please go to our webpages www.bfwg.org.uk where you can find more details and an abstract form. Closing date for applications is Saturday March 24th 2018.
All, postgraduates and anyone else interested (male or female), are welcome to attend as audience. Bona fide students (UG or PG) come free. For others there is a charge of £10. A sandwich lunch is included. For further information or to express interest in attending, please contact: email@example.com
My name is Angeline Kasim and I am writing to you as the Director of the London School of Economics Emerging Markets Forum (LSEEMF).
It would be an honour to invite all students of Imperial College London to the LSEEMF on 9th and 10th of March 2018, at the De Vere Grand Connaught Rooms, London.
The LSEEMF is an annual conference now in its 9th edition and has grown to become one of the largest and most successful conferences in the world and forms an important platform for world leaders to discussion on the most relevant, timely, and pressing global issues and phenomena that drive the emerging, developing, and frontier markets around the world today.
The LSEEMF attracts a gathering of the world’s most influential business, political, and academic leaders over 2 days of keynotes, chaired discussions, and workshops. This year, some of our themes we will revolve around the global impact of the ‘One Belt One Road’ initiative by China, the rise of anti-microbial resistance, the challenges of investing into Africa, and how renewable energy and technologies will shape the emerging world.
The LSEEMF also serves as a unique international gathering for 250 international students attending from leading academic institutions around the world, and we encourage the delegates to also network with the speakers and our sponsors over the 2 days.
As a preliminary session to the LSEEMF we will host an exclusive free and non-ticketed talk and networking event with Sir John Studzinski (Vice-Chairman of the Blackstone Group) on Thursday the 22nd February 2018, 6.30pm at LSE Old Theatre.
Please do not hesitate to contact me if you have any further questions on firstname.lastname@example.org
LSE SU Emerging Markets Forum
As a reminder, seminars typically take place monthly during term time at 4pm on a Wednesday in either the Grantham Boardroom (21 on the campus map) or a larger lecture theatre if attendance is expected to be especially high.
A small wine reception follows the talk.
Please get in touch with Hiral, Geraldine or me if you have any questions about the seminars, or suggestions for future speakers.
Wednesday 14th February 4pm
‘Abrupt climate and sea level changes: A view from the past’
Wednesday 14th March 4pm
Professor Sir Andrew Haines
‘The health of humanity in the Anthropocene epoch’
LGS, Business School (Lower Ground Floor)
Wednesday 25th April 4pm
Dr Jane Burston, Head of Energy and Environment at the National Physical Laboratory
Registration link live shortly
Wednesday 2nd May, 4pm
Professor Dame Georgina Mace, Head of the Centre for Biodiversity and Environment Research, UCL
‘Valuing nature in a human-dominated world’
ACEX 554 (Accessed via the walkway, opposite the SCR)
We are pleased to announce that applications are now open for the Imperial College Department of Infectious Disease Epidemiology short course on:
Introduction to Mathematical Models of the EPIDEMIOLOGY & CONTROL OF INFECTIOUS DISEASES Short Course for Professionals from 3rd-14th September 2018 at Imperial College London
We would be very grateful if you could forward this e-mail to anyone who might be interested in this course.
For further information & to apply, please visit http://www.InfectiousDiseaseModels.org
In recent years, our understanding of infectious disease epidemiology and control has been greatly increased through mathematical modelling. Since 1990, this course has explained the basics of mathematical modelling and kept public-health professionals, policy makers, and infectious disease researchers up-to-date with what they need to know about this fast-moving field. The course is taught by individuals who are actively engaged in research and who advise governments, international organisations, public health agencies and pharmaceutical companies.
Imperial College London’s Department of Infectious Disease Epidemiology is a world leader in mathematical modelling of the epidemiology and control of infectious diseases of humans and animals. It has developed models of pandemic influenza, Ebola, SARS, HIV, TB, foot-and-mouth-disease, malaria, dengue and other vector-borne diseases, helminth infections, STIs, bacterial infections and many more.
Participants only need a very basic mathematical ability (high school level is sufficient). Since most participants do not use maths regularly, if at all, we introduce concepts gently, step-by-step, and offer an optional ‘maths refresher’ day. We use simple software such as Excel (for which we offer an optional refresher) in practicals which allow the participants to have a hands-on approach and to explore theoretical concepts on real-life data.
Feedback from previous participants about the course includes:
“Exceeded my expectations. Excellent.”
“The course adjusts to all levels, by the time you complete it you have a good understanding of modelling and a love for it.”
“This is a must if you are dealing with infectious diseases.”
Participants have included epidemiologists, hospital clinicians, senior public health executives, policy makers, health economists, veterinary researchers, biologists and mathematicians.
If you have any questions, please contact email@example.com.
Dr Natsuko Imai and Dr Joanna Lewis
The St. Gallen Symposium is the world’s premier opportunity for intergenerational dialogue in the realms of management, politics and civil society – fully organised by students. We are proud to have welcomed renowned participants such as Kofi Annan, seventh Secretary-General of the United Nations, Christine Lagarde, Managing Director of the International Monetary Fund, Sir John Scarlett, Former Head of MI6, or Timothy Garton Ash, Historian, Author and Commentator.
The 48th St. Gallen Symposium will explore the topic “Beyond the end of work” and will be held from 2–4 May 2018 at the University of St. Gallen in Switzerland. Students can apply until 1 February 2018 and we are convinced that the students of Imperial College London should have the chance to contribute to the future of work by participating in our global student essay competition, the St. Gallen Wings of Excellence Award. Next year will be a special edition since we celebrate the 30th anniversary of the St. Gallen Wings of Excellence Award. Hence, your students and your university would be represented even more prominently should some of them succeed to make it in the top three competitors and win a prize money of CHF 30,000.
I remain at your disposal should you have any questions.
Responsible for the United Kingdom and Ireland
St. Gallen Symposium
P.O. Box 1045
9001 St. Gallen, Switzerland
Phone +41 71 227 20 20, Fax +41 71 227 20 30
Specialist Postgraduate IT Training on offer to Postgraduate Students from October 2013 – June 2014
Specialist courses are offered for staff and postgraduates at Imperial College London.
The following courses have been scheduled:
For more information, including how to book, please visit the website.