What's on this year at the University of Leicester

Posted by mjs76 at Jan 01, 2012 09:00 AM |
Just a few of the events coming your way in 2012...

4-6 January 2012

SDG 2012

Three-day annual Meeting of the RSC Spectroscopy and Dynamics Group, hosted by the Department of Chemistry.

6 January 2012


Annual Meeting of the UK and Republic of Ireland Section of the Society of Industrial and Applied Mathematics.

11 January 2012

Invisible Violence: Air Pollution and the Politics of Regulation in the UK

Public lecture by Professor Reece Walters for the Department of Criminology. Part of the Scarman Lecture Series.

  • Frank and Katherine May Lecture Theatre, Henry Wellcome Building, 5.00pm, free, More information

18-19 January 2012

UHVNet Colloquium

Two-day event aimed at industrialists, academics, postgraduate students and early career researchers within the UK dielectrics, insulation and high voltage engineering communities.

8-10 March 2012

The Importance of Being Earnest

Student production by LUTheatre

15-16 March 2012

Embrace Create Connect

Two-day conference on arts by/for people with learning disabilities

27-28 March 2012

Museum Utopias

Two-day postgraduate symposium.

27-30 March 2012

Follow the Sun

Online Learning Futures Festival, organised by the BDRA, running continually until 30 March.

28 April 2012

Midlands Viking Symposium

Pillaging fun!

16 May 2012

From Big Bang to Biospheres

Public lecture by the Astronomer Royal, Sir Martin Rees, for the Haldane Society.

6-8 July 2012

48th UK Literary Association Annual Conference

13-15 September 2012

Slang Now

Workshop on slang used in English-speaking countries around the world and on the influence of English slang on other languages.

15 December 2012

Mathematical Logic Day

One-day conference in honour of Reuben Louis Goodstein.

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