University showcases wide-ranging postgraduate research
Talented PhD graduates from our University will be delivering a wealth of insight at the cutting edge of their fields at a day of lectures on 22 March.
The Doctoral Inaugural Lectures Series for 2016-2017 continues with a special double bill on Wednesday 22 March in the Bennett Building, Lecture Theatre 2 and all University staff and students and members of the public are invited to attend. Entry is free, but seats must be booked in advance. Hosted by the Graduate School and organised by the Researcher Development Team, the Doctoral Inaugural Lectures feature presentations from the very best of the University of Leicester’s research degree graduates.
The lectures will begin at 1pm and will feature two PhD Graduates from the College of Social Sciences, Arts and Humanities:
- Dr Fredy Mora-Gámez (School of Business) will speak on ‘Reparation beyond statehood: assembling rights restitution in post-conflict Colombia’
- Dr Katie Palmer Heathman (School of Arts) who will speak on ‘Dancing towards a better world: building communities in the English Folk Revival’
The lectures will continue at 5pm, showcasing two PhD graduates from the College of Science and Engineering:
- Dr Dominic Cortis (Department of Mathematics) will discuss his research on ‘Betting: Lessons from the Dark Side’
- Dr Martin Bourne (Department of Physics and Astronomy) on ‘Simulating feedback from supermassive black holes’
You can book your seats here: http://www2.le.ac.uk/departments/gradschool/current/inaugural-lectures