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Warwick Faculty Talks Series 19/20

Faculty Talks Series

Join us for inspirational and exciting lectures on cutting edge research topics delivered by prominent Faculty from the world-leading University of Warwick in London.

Our Talks Series includes a lecture and audience Q&A. Each lecture is followed by a complimentary drinks reception and opportunity to engage and network with audience members and the guest speakers. Lectures are open to Warwick Alumni, staff, students, other London universities and the general public. We look forward to welcoming you.

Talks Schedule

Postponed Faculty Talks

Unfortunately due to Covid19 and current government advice, we have decided to postpone these events in our current Faculty Talk Series schedule to Autumn 2020/Spring 2021. Dates for the rescheduled talks will be announced in due course.

March 2020

"Eat My Words: Cookbooks as History"
Professor Rebecca Earle, Department of History
Lecture abstract and speaker biography

May 2020

"AI without BS"
Professor Graham Cormode, Department of Computer Science

Lecture abstract and speaker biography

June 2020

"Can we solve the Cyber Security problem?"
Professor Carsten Maple, Warwick Manufacturing Group

Lecture abstract and speaker biography

Past Faculty Talks

Thursday 28 November 2019

"Close the deal: The Art and Science of Negotiations"
Professor Abhinay Muthoo, Department of Economics

Lecture abstract and speaker biography

Thursday 23 January 2020

"Mis-understanding ‘Productivity’: The disconnect between policy and C-suite"
Professor Stephen Roper, Warwick Business School

Lecture abstract and speaker biography

Thursday 27 February 2020

"What makes political decisions legitimate?"
Professor Fabienne Peter, Department of Philosophy

Lecture abstract and speaker biography

These events have now passed.

Venue: Stanley Building, 7 Pancras Square, London, N1C 4AG

Detailed Talks Series Schedule:

6.00pm – Guest lecture and Q&A

7.15pm – Drinks reception

8.15pm – End

Guest Speakers at the Faculty Series Talk