Information on upcoming inaugural lectures in the College of Science and Engineering.
These public lectures are given by newly appointed holders of research Chairs.
The lecturer describes the significance of his or her research and its implications for the wider discipline. They also outline their future research directions.
Inaugural lectures are designed to be accessible to interested members of the public.
|12 April 2018, 5.30pm||Professor Paolo Perona||School of Engineering||Lecture Theatre 2, Hudson Beare Building, King's Buildings||The noisy environment: How determinism and stochasticity beget resilience and shape sustainability|
|17 April 2018, 5.15pm||Professor Mike Shaver||School of Chemistry||Lecture Theatre 250, Joseph Black Building, King's Buildings||Sustainability and Functionality in Polymer Chemistry|
|1 May 2018, 5.15pm||Professor Dominic Campopiano||School of Chemistry||Lecture Theatre 250, Joseph Black Building, King's Buildings||Biocatalysis: exploiting evolution to deliver green industrial chemistry|
|30 May 2018, 5.15pm||Professor Jason Reese||School of Engineering||George Square Lecture Theatre||“A World in a Grain of Sand”|
|20 September 2018, 5.15pm||Professor Philip J Camp||School of Chemistry||tbc||tbc|
|10 October 2018, 5.30pm||Professor Steve Finney||School of Engineering||tbc||tbc|
|11 October 2018, 5.15pm||Professor Alison Hulme||School of Chemistry||tbc||tbc|
|7 November 2018, 5.15pm||Professor Dusan Uhrin||School of Chemistry||tbc||tbc|