Various Library study spaces remain available and these are managed to make them Covid-safe. Government guidance still states that individuals should stay at home and only leave home if essential. So, if students can work from home they should, but for those that don’t have accommodation that is conducive to study we offer the following: see further details.....
The Rootes Grid, which is available for all Warwick students. The Rootes FlexiGrid (on the 1st Floor) and Panorama Rooms (on the 2nd Floor) are also open as study spaces.
The Postgrad Hub for PG students – in Junction, the old Sports Centre.
For Medical and Life Sciences students, there is the BioMed Grid on Gibbet Hill.
These sites are all open seven days a week – students are advised to visit our Web site for full details.
The Library is continually reviewing the situation and is working with colleagues across campus to open new spaces where we can, based on demand. Students can refer to the Study Space Availability pages on the Web and their MyWarwick app to see what is available and where.
Given social distancing guidelines, these spaces are open for individual study only at the moment, and users need to follow the University’s safe working and sanitising practices. When visiting our sites users MUST:
- wear a face covering (unless they have a medical exemption not to)
- remain 2 metres apart from others, including Library staff
- sanitise their hands.
There is cleaning equipment so our users can clean their workstation.
We take everyone’s safety very seriously and anyone not following these rules will be asked to leave.
Warwick Hyperloop is a student-run team supported by WMG which aims to innovate and test new ideas regarding Hyperloop technology. We have previously competed in the SpaceX Hyperloop Pod Competition hosted by Elon Musk and we are looking to compete in a European competition in summer 2022.
We are looking for a variety of technical and non-technical students to join our team as team leaders or members. Please fill in the form to apply: https://forms.gle/7ZSdNjgAb3sWW1sp7
If you have any questions, please email firstname.lastname@example.org
Unlocking Building Sustainability
1&2 September 2021, Online
This Royal Society meeting will gather key stakeholders from across the construction, energy, and materials sectors to discuss the technical, supply chain, regulation, and economic issues associated with achieving net-zero targets for buildings by 2050.
Want to boost your knowledge on Vehicle Dynamics but not sure where to start? Our 2-part Vehicle Dynamics online module is for you!
Designed by the Heads of Vehicle Science from Red Bull Advanced Technologies and Aston Martin Cognizant F1 Team, this module is the ultimate blueprint to help you to become a race engineer or advance your knowledge.
The DS4A / Women program is designed to help female students and professionals develop into data-driven leaders of tomorrow. It is a free program that provides world-class technical training, professional development workshops, mentorship from senior leaders, competitive employment opportunities, and the opportunity to build your network of data-driven peers and leading organizations.
When: September- October 2021 (full schedule here)
Who: Open to both early-career practitioners who aspire to transition from academia to industry, as well as for mid-career leaders who aspire to confidently lead teams that use data and analytics
Cost: Free, by application only
How to Apply: Apply Here!
Deadline: August 8th, 2021. The deadline is in August 2021 but we encourage students to apply as early as possible as our Admissions Committee works on a rolling basis.
Funding: EPSRC ICASE and Tata Steel funded for UK/EU students
Supervisors: Dr. Sumit Hazra and Dr. Michael Auinger (email@example.com)
Start Date: Sept/Oct 2021
This fully funded PhD studentship is an exciting opportunity to radically change the sustainability and efficiency of manufacturing processes. The successful candidate will work at WMG, University of Warwick to apply Data science principles to manufacturing, in close partnership with Tata Steel UK (https://www.tatasteeleurope.com).
You will have received (or be about to receive) your final results at around this time, and may be considering what to do next. Nuclear power has been in the media quite a lot over the last year or two, including the popular "Chernobyl" series on TV and also developments in new reactor build (e.g. the new reactors that EDF are building at Hinkley Point), and there are several other exciting initiatives at present such as with Small Modular Reactors or "SMRs" from the likes of Rolls-Royce, as well as in Fusion research and also the upcoming growing need for Decommissioning