The HetSys CDT took part in its first outreach event as part of the University of Warwick's Family Day on 14th September 2019 in association with the British Science Festival, with a stall where visitors could explore how predictive modelling can help improve human life. Thanks to Mohad Mousavi-Nezhad for organising!
Earlier in the British Science Festival week on Tuesday 10th September Becky Notman gave a talk "Skin Deep" on her research on modelling skin.
A launch event for the HetSys CDT took place on campus from 9th-10th September 2019. It was attended by a wide range of HetSys team members, partners and collaborators. Sessions included an overview of plans for the new centre including the projects of the incoming PhD students, highlight talks from partners, and a co-creation session to design future projects. Thanks to all who took part!
EPSRC have announced funding for a Centre for Doctoral Training in Modelling of Heterogeneous Systems at the University of Warwick. HetSys involves academics from the departments of Physics, Engineering, Chemistry and Mathematics and the Warwick Manufacturing Group (WMG) and is now recruiting its first cohort of students to start in October 2019. The University of Warwick has issused a press release.