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.
|19 February 2020, 5.15pm||Professor Michael Seery||School of Chemistry||Lecture Theatre 250, Joseph Black Building, The King's Buildings||Supporting student learning in complex environments|
|4 March 2020, 5.15pm||Professor Carole Morrison||School of Chemistry||Lecture Theatre 250, Joseph Black Building, The King's Buildings||
"A brief (and rather personal) history of computational chemistry"
|10 March 2020, 5.15pm||Professor Adele Marston||School of Biological Sciences||Lecture Theatre A, James Clerk Maxwell Building, The King's Buildings||Shuffle and deal: the chromosome game preceding the start of life|
|24 March 2020, 2.30pm||Professor Sarah Reece||School of Biological Sciences||Lecture Theatre A, James Clerk Maxwell Building, The King's Buildings||The private life of parasites: Sophisticated strategies for survival & reproduction|
|22 April 2020, 5.15pm||Professor Val Wilson||School of Biological Sciences||Lecture Theatre A, James Clerk Maxwell Building, The King's Buildings||
Heads or tails: how does the embryo build its body axis?
|17 June 2020, 5.15pm||Professor Scott Cockroft||School of Chemistry||tbc||tbc|
|22 September 2020, 5.15pm||Professor Robert Henderson||School of Engineering||tbc||tbc|
|25 September 2020 5.15pm||Professor Pankaj Pankaj||School of Engineering||tbc||tbc|
|3 December 2020, 5.15pm||Professor Tom Bruce||School of Engineering||tbc||tbc|
|6 May 2021, 5.15pm||Professor Sotirios Tsaftaris||School of Engineering||tbc||tbc|