Inside Diamond 8 June
June 8, 2019
Public access day at Diamond Light Source, with hands-on demos in the atrium.
These events are very popular and there is a limit on the number of visitors that can be accommodated so a ballot system is operated to offer a fair allocation of spaces.
The 4th Annual Advances in X-Ray Imaging Workshop – 11th June
June 11, 2019
- 4:30 pm
Diamond Light Source
The aim of these workshops is to bring scientists from different fields to discuss developments and applications of a variety of X-ray imaging and complementary techniques, and to build international collaborations.
Confirmed speakers from a range of international organisations include:
- David Ryckelynck, MINES Paristech, ‘Computer vision for reduced-order modelling of macroscopic mechanical tests’
- Carsten Bellon, BAM Federal Institute for Materials Research and Testing, ‘Virtual CT with complex scanning trajectories in aRTist’
- Mark Basham, Diamond Light Source, ‘SuRVos: Speeding up Segmentation of Biological Imaging Volumes’.
- Biao Cai, University of Birmingham, ‘4D imaging and modelling applied to solidification and glass foaming.’
- Azeem Mohammed, University of Leicester, ‘Multiscale microstructural investigations in metallic materials using X-ray tomographic, WAXS and SAXS.’
The event will be hosted in the G53/G54 meeting room of Diamond House at Diamond Light Source.
There is no charge for registration, but please ensure you register so we can keep track of numbers. Lunch and refreshments will be provided.
Talking Science Lecture 14 June
June 14, 2019
Pickavance Theatre, Harwell Campus
Lectures at 1330 and 1900
Swarm engineering across scales: from flocking robots to nanomedicine by Dr Sabine Hauert, University of Bristol.
Swarm engineering allows us to make robots that work in large numbers and tiny sizes. Swarm strategies are either inspired from nature (ant colonies, fish shoals, and bird flocks) or are
automatically discovered using machine learning and crowd sourcing.
Demonstrated applications include the deployment of swarms of flying robots to create outdoor communication networks, the use of 1000 coin-sized robots to form structures and explore their environment, and the design of nanoparticles for cancer treatment.
Emergency First Aid at Work – 17th June
June 17, 2019
Harwell Innovation Centre Curie Avenue, Harwell Science And Innovation Campus, Didcot OX11 0QG
This course is suitable for individuals required by their employers to undertake responsibility for first aid arrangements in lower risk environments such as offices.
Connect Harwell Workshops: Alliotts Chartered Accountants & Business Advisors – SME Accountancy 18 Jun
June 18, 2019
- 1:30 pm
There will be the opportunity to network with our business experts.
Refreshments and lunch will be provided.
The purpose of the workshops is to provide quality, value-added business advice in an interactive setting for companies at Harwell and Greater Oxfordshire. Delegates will increase their knowledge in key business areas such as marketing, networking, negotiating, legal, access to finance, data protection, accounting and more! These workshops will create a space for regular interaction with our Harwell Campus preferred business service providers who want to help your business grow and succeed.
Connect Harwell Workshops are being delivered and hosted by Harwell Campus Management.
We look forward to seeing you there!
MRC Annual Festival at RCaH 21 June
June 21, 2019
MRC Festival of Medical Research Open Day at the Research Complex at Harwell (RCaH) for Key Stage 3 students in Years 8 and 9.
The RCaH is a fascinating science facility for scientists who work at Harwell Campus. It provides a unique environment for researchers in the life and physical sciences, enabling them to work at the interface between traditional science disciplines and use the major facilities on the Harwell Campus such as ISIS Neutron and Muon Source and Diamond Light Source.