Thank you to everyone who attended the first of a series of Lunchtime Research Chat’s on the 22nd January, it was a very interesting half an hour with Professor Janet Dickinson and will be repeated again at the end of february with the date and speaker still to be confirmed.
Professor Janet Dickinson from the School of Tourism gave us all a very interesting insight into her research on Collaborative Travel Apps, Reciprocity and the Internet of Things. For those of you who turned up to this talk and those interested in Februarys run, this will be repeated, and again be 30 x FREE indivdual Papa Johns pizza for the first 30 audience members.
Not only will this be repeated, it will also have a new name…………………..14:Live
So look out on the Research Blog and the student portal events page for updates on the date, time and speaker of the next 14:Live, I look forward to seeing you all soon.
The Mobile Apps in Research Summit is the first event in the country to bring together developers, funding bodies and academics to examine the use of mobile apps in research. This event will take place on the 4th December at the University of Birmingham and costs £15 (the programme and registration site can be found here).
It will feature apps from universities from all over the UK, case studies, demos and discussions focusing on mobile apps for academic data gathering and mobile apps as products of research, both as tools for professionals and for public engagement.
Speakers are also being invited from institutions and companies across the UK, and representatives from funding bodies will attend, including research councils.
Registration also includes a lunch, refreshments and access to sessions. Please ensure that you print your booking confirmation email and bring it along with you to the registration counter on the day of the event.
If you have a disability, specific access requirements or any special dietary requirements please contact Samuel Harrup Walter by email to email@example.com immediately after booking.