Engaging with Complexity - Art Exhibition Viewing
The University of Southampton hosted an art exhibition featuring the work of students from the Institute of Complex Systems Simulation alongside paintings from the artist Tessa Coe. Staff and students from across the University were invited to a private view event on 5th February 2015.
The exhibition was shown in the Level 4 Gallery, Hartley Library from the 4th of February to the 6th of March 2015 and was open to all staff, students and visitors.
Images from the exhibition can be viewed here.
ICSS Student Davide Zilli Wins Silver at SET for BRITAIN
Congratulations to DTC student Davide Zilli who won the Silver medal in the Engineering category for presenting his PhD work at the SET for BRITAIN competition.
The final of the 2015 SET for BRITAIN event took place at the Attlee Suite, Portcullis House, Westminster on Monday, 9th March 2015, sponsored by Andrew Miller MP, Chairman of the SET for BRITAIN organising group of the Parliamentary and Scientific Committee.
SET for BRITAIN exists to raise the profile of Britain's early-stage researchers at Westminster by engaging Members of both Houses of Parliament with current science, engineering and mathematics research being undertaken in the UK, especially that by their local constituents and in their local University. Poster Presenters are at the early part of their career- MSc/final year PhD/Post Doc or similar, either in academia or in industry.
Engaging with Complexity - Art Exhibition
The University of Southampton is hosting an art exhibition featuring the work of students from the Institute of Complex Systems Simulation alongside paintings from the artist Tessa Coe. The exhibition will be hosted at the Level 4 Gallery, Hartley Library from the 4th of February to the 6th of March 2015.
An overview of the exhibition by Tessa Coe and Professor Seth Bullock can be viewed by clicking on the cover to the right.
NRG BESS Early Career Researcher Conference on Biodiversity, Ecosystem Services and Sustainability
NRG BESS are a network made up of early career researchers contributing to interdisciplinary research focussing on biodiversity and ecosystem services. The NRG BESS conference 2014 will be held at the University of Southampton on September the 8th and 9th, the conference is open to all postgraduate students, researchers, assistants and technicians.
There are four broad themes for the conference:
More information on the conference and information on how to register can be found on the NRG BESS website.