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Faculty of Science and Engineering

Events in the Faculty of Science and Engineering

Find out more about events, seminars and public lectures in the Faculty of Science and Engineering.

CaDiR | Innovation Club Showcase

15:00 - 16:30 10 November 2021

Digital Futures Innovation Clubs help to build communities of practice around key digital research technologies and provide a forum for researchers to share their knowledge, experience and practical skills in these areas. Club activity aligns closely with Digital Futures theme communities, particularly in the six capability themes of Data Scie..

Tameside AM Group Primary Science Subject Leader Network: Autumn Term Meeting

10:30 - 12:30 10 November 2021

Our termly Primary Science Network Meetings for Tameside schools will take place remotely online this Autumn. Book your place by clicking "Register via Eventbrite" under "More information".

Tameside PM Group Primary Science Subject Leader Network: Autumn Term Meeting

15:00 - 17:00 10 November 2021

Our termly Primary Science Network Meetings for Tameside schools will take place remotely online this Autumn. Book your place by clicking "Register via Eventbrite" under "More information".

Turing-UoM Sandpits 2021-22: Sustainability

17 - 18 November 2021

The Sustainability sandpit is a two-day event scheduled to take place from 14.00 to 16.00 on Weds 17 and Thurs 18 November. We are keen to facilitate a sandpit where a range of stakeholders come together to discuss issues and potential solutions around sustainability in which Data Science and Artificial Intelligence can play a key role. Part..

Turing-UoM Sandpits 2021-22: Digital Twins

01 - 02 December 2021

The Digital Twins sandpit is a two-day event scheduled to take place from 14.00 to 16.00 on Weds 1 and Thurs 2 December. Please note that this is one event across two days and participants are expected to attend on both days. Digital Twinning is a method of using real-world data to create a virtual representation to model a range of processes..