Registration is free and includes lunch/refreshments.
Poster places and PhD/PDRA talk slots are available (abstract deadline: Friday 13th May).
Talks will include
- international guest speaker, Susan Stipp (leader of the NanoGeoScience Group, University of Copenhagen)
- Warwick academics: Gavin Bell, Neil Wilson and Stefan Bon
Place: B204/05, Science Concourse
Date: Friday 3rd June
A three day non residential course run by the Centre for Scientific Computing.
Wednesday 7th September to Friday 9th September inclusively.
Held at the University of Warwick in the Centre for Scientific Computing (CSC). Lectures and workshops will be given by staff within the CSC and from Oxford University.
Researchers Partner with World Community Grid to Help Stop a Leading Killer
Dr Wilma Groenwalde, working at the CSC at present, is part of a research team based at Nottingham University researching into ways of stopping TB infection.
You can find out about their research and donate your unused computer time to help in this vital research via this web page