Here's the programme and speakers for the event at Stockwell Street if you don't yet have a ticket, there are still a small number available.

The Research & Enterprise Training Institute (RETI) launches next week on 6 December with an event that reflects the breadth of research underway at the university. There are still a small number of tickets available for the event at Stockwell Street, so if you'd like to come along please reserve a place using Eventbrite.

During the evening judging will take place for the Postgraduate Research and Early Career Researcher posters - the winners will be announced during the ECR and PGR Awards ceremony that evening.

The programme for the evening is:

4.00Final of PGR and ECR poster competition, prize committee chaired by Professor Martin Snowden
5.00Arrival of guests
5.30ECR and PGR Awards ceremony - Professor David Maguire
RETI - shaping our research strategy - Professor Javier Bonet
6.00

Presentations from university researchers:

  • Maria Nikolaidi, Business - Climate change and finance
  • Michael Okereke, FES - Impact behaviour of composite materials: an experimental and computational investigation
  • Josh Davis, FEH - What is a super-recogniser and how can their deployment enhance policing?
  • Maruthi M N Gowda, NRI - Combating a cassava disease for increasing food security in Africa 
  • Darrick Joliffe, ACH - Why is use of force amongst Black and Muslim men so high in prison?
  •  Plus there'll be an insight into the training that will be available through RETI.
    7.30Informal networking

    There'll be opportunities to meet the team, celebrate the research endeavours of PGRs and ECRs and to learn more about how GRE can support your research and enterprise ambitions.