- Qualitative Research International Summer School
Date: 28 July - 01 August 2014
Venue: UWE Bristol Exhibition and Conference Centre (ECC)
The Qualitative Research International Summer School includes workshops on qualitative research from start to finish theoretical foundations, design, methods of data collection and analysis, quality, communicating findings.
Lead tutors: Virginia Braun (University of Auckland, Aotearoa/New Zealand) and Victoria Clarke (UWE); authors of Successful Qualitative Research and Using Thematic Analysis in Psychology.
Opening and closing keynote addresses will be given by Professor Brendan Gough and Professor Lucy Yardley.
- Victims and perpetrators of sexual violence: law, policy and research seminar
Date: 02 September 2014
Venue: 2B020, Frenchay Campus
Presented by Department of Law and Department of Health and Applied Social Sciences (Criminology). The purpose of this second law, policy and research seminar is to examine recent legal, policy and research developments in the area of sexual violence. The seminar will focus on a broad range of issues of relevance to those working with victims and perpetrators of sexual violence as well as those researching, teaching and studying in this area.
- SWIG (Sensors for Water Interest Group) 2014 Early Career Researcher Competition
Date: 05 September 2014
During 2014 SWIG (Sensors for Water Interest Group) is running our biennial Early Career Researcher Prize 2014, the shortlisted posters for which will be displayed at the WWEM (Wastewater and Environmental Monitoring) Conference on 5-6 November 2014. The first prize is £1,000, and will be presented at the gala dinner at WWEM on 5 November 2014.
- CHCR Lunchtime Seminar
Date: 10 September 2014
A lunchtime seminar entitled: 'Why does pain rehabilitation work? Some new moves in treatment process research.' - by Dr Jeremy Gauntlett-Gilbert, Senior Clinical Psychologist / Honorary Lecturer at the Bath Centre for Pain Services / Psychology, University of Bath.
- Revisiting questions of Culture, Change and Leadership in Organisations: Leader as Weaver among Weavers
Date: 19 September 2014
Venue: Room 3A022b, Frenchay Campus
Bristol Leadership Centre Research seminar series presents 'Revisiting questions of Culture, Change and Leadership in Organisations: Leader as Weaver among Weavers.'
- 4th International COSINUS Conference, Bordj-Bou-Arreridj, Algeria: Innovation Systems and the New Role of Universities
Date: 23 September - 25 September 2014
Venue: El-Bachir El-Ibrahimi University of Bordj-Bou-Arreridj, Algeria
Exploring the Importance of University-Industry Interaction in the Context of the Territory Innovation System.
- Bristol Bright Night
Date: 26 September - 27 September 2014
Venue: Various venues around Bristol Harbourside including At-Bristol and Watershed
On Friday 26 September, Bristol's city streets are set to be transformed into a living lab of innovation and experimentation as Bristol Bright Night sweeps through the city for the first time.
Bristol Bright Night will celebrate the city's place as a home for cutting-edge research through a free showcase across city centre venues. From early afternoon into the evening Bristol's Harbourside will be the host of interactive, free, hands-on activities including exhibitions at At-Bristol, talks at the Watershed and street performances.
- Centre for Health and Clinical Health (CHCR) conference morning
Date: 05 November 2014
Venue: Further details to follow
We have the pleasure in inviting you to the Centre for Health and Clinical Health (CHCR) conference. A series of presentations by Research themed staff within the Centre.
- 4th International Bio-Sensing Technology Conference
Date: 10 May - 13 May 2015
Venue: Lisbon, Portugal
The Institute of Bio-Sensing Technology is delighted to announce that the 4th International Bio-Sensing Technology Conference take place on 10-13 May 2015 in Lisbon, Portugal. IBST and Elsevier are teaming up once again to bring together leaders from industry and academia to explore how different expertise can be drawn together to develop and exploit new technology for bio-sensing applications. More details to follow.