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Fri 9 Oct, '20 - Mon 26 Oct, '20
12am - 12am
UG Virtual Open Days
Virtual Open Days

Runs from Friday, October 09 to Monday, October 26.

While we would have loved to welcome you in person to campus for an Open Day, our Virtual Open Days are the next best thing. They are jam-packed with taster lectures, live seminars and talks with some of our best and brightest academics and student ambassadors. Have a look at the agenda and build your own open day (or days) by choosing the sessions and activities that interest you most.

WMG have live sessions on 9th, 10th, 24th and 26th October covering our newly approved Applied Professional Engineering Programme and Digital Technology Degree Apprenticeships, plus we are presenting both full-time and Degree Apprenticeship options for Digital Healthcare Science. We are grouping all the Degree Apprenticeship sessions on Saturday 10th October where along with the course sessions some of our client partners and apprentices are taking part in live panel Q&A sessions. For more information and to register please visit the University booking page.

Sessions will take place throughout October and November for our BSc in Cyber Security.

Wed 21 Oct, '20 - Thu 22 Oct, '20
All-day
European STAMP Workshop and Conference (ESWC): Virtual Conference
MS Teams

Runs from Wednesday, October 21 to Thursday, October 22.

The Virtual Conference

WMG at the University of Warwick is delighted to host the European STAMP Workshop and Conference (ESWC) - Virtual Conference. The workshop will focus on knowledge sharing regarding attendees’ experiences of STAMP-related applications.

STAMP stands for Systems-Theoretic Accident Model and Processes, it is a new accident causality model based on systems theory. It expands traditional models that focus on individual component failures or chains of directly-related failure events to include more complex processes and unsafe interactions among system components. STAMP primarily covers two methods: System Theoretic Process analysis (STPA) which focuses on hazard analysis and Causal Analysis based on STAMP (CAST) which focuses on accident analysis.

Tue 24 Nov, '20
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SPIN: Sustainable Production Innovation Network
MS Teams