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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.

AI and Sustainability Workshop

13:00 - 16:00 17 June 2024

Please note this workshop is only open to researchers from The University of Manchester post-PhD level Are you interested in AI and Sustainability? Come and join us for a half day workshop on 17th June, 1-4pm. Open to UoM academics who are eligible to co-supervise PhD candidates, the workshop will explore the interface between these two research...

Virtual workshop: A ‘broken system’? Critical perspectives on housing and construction in the UK - The Building Safety Network

14:00 - 16:00 18 June 2024

Addressing a complex issue like building safety requires a multiple perspective approach. Hearing from diverse viewpoints across residents voices, industry and policy makers, this interactive workshop from the Thomas Ashton Institute's Building Safety Network aims to identify key issues to gain a more comprehensive understanding of the barriers...

7th Annual Workshop on Advances in X-ray Imaging

08:30 - 17:00 19 June 2024

The 7th Annual Workshop on Advances in X-ray Imaging is a collaboration between The University of Manchester at Harwell, 3Dmagination Ltd and the Collaborative Computational Project in Tomographic Imaging (CCPi) with the aim of bringing together scientists from different fields to discuss developments and applications of a variety of X-Ray imaging...

AI-Fun Seminar | Fengxiang He: Building Up Deep Learning Theory: Perspectives of Optimisation and Loss Landscape

10:30 - 11:30 19 June 2024

The Manchester Centre for AI Fundamentals is hosting a series of seminars featuring expert researchers working in the fundamentals of AI and our speaker on 19 June is Dr Fengxiang He. Title: Building Up Deep Learning Theory: Perspectives of Optimisation and Loss Landscape Abstract: Deep learning has long been criticised as a ‘black-box’...

Lloyd Bridge -- Modern receptor theory and low-dimensional models for binding and signal transduction in mathematical pharmacology [ONLINE]

13:00 - 14:00 19 June 2024

Join us for this seminar by Lloyd Bridge (Bristol) as part of the North West Seminar Series in Mathematical Biology and Data Science The talk will be hosted by the University of Liverpool and available to watch via zoom. Please contact carl.whitfield@manchester.ac.uk or mdomijan@liverpool.ac.uk for the link, or sign up to the mailing list. Title:...

Thomas Ashton Institute Lecture 2024 - A world of risk: the unheard voices and what we can learn from them, with guest speaker Dr Ruth Boumphrey

16:00 - 17:30 20 June 2024

The Lloyd’s Register Foundation World Risk Poll is the first global study of worry about, and harm from, risks to people’s safety. The latest edition includes the views of more than 145,000 people in 143 countries. From safety at work to artificial intelligence, climate change and resilience: come and find out how the world perceives risk,...

International Day of Yoga celebration event 2024

09:45 - 15:45 21 June 2024

Join us for our first "International Day of Yoga" celebration event at The University of Manchester (An official [https://www.un.org/en/observances/yoga-day UN observance day]. Aligning with the University of Manchester's "six ways to wellbeing" we are bringing to you an exciting day of wellbeing activities. This has been organised by the University's...

Gateway to Translation: The Challenges and Pitfalls of Developing a New Digital Health Technology in Collaboration with the NHS

14:00 - 15:00 26 June 2024

The “Gateway to Translation” (G2T) webinar series is a joint initiative between the University of Cambridge (Cambridge Academy of Therapeutic Sciences, CATS) and the University of Manchester (Translation Manchester). The aim of these monthly webinars is to stimulate the translation of research into the clinics by educating academics about trends,...

32nd CIRP Conference on Life Cycle Engineering: 7 to 9 April 2025

07 - 09 April 2025

Join us between 7-9 April for an annual flagship conference at The University of Manchester. Organised by the International Academy for Production Engineering (CIRP) with the aim of bringing together researchers, academics, and industry professionals to share their knowledge and expertise in the field of Life Cycle Engineering (LCE) and Sustainability. Abstract...

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