Conferences

We will try to keep this page to alert you of conferences in the area that may be of interest to you. If you spot a missing or out of date one then please let us know on info@wthub.org.

Reaction Monitoring Symposium 2020 January 31st

This free-to-attend one-day symposium will showcase the power of real-time reaction monitoring by various analytical techniques for kinetic and mechanistic investigations in organic and inorganic chemistry, and solution-phase catalysis. Whether you are an academic researcher, a postgraduate student, an industrial scientist or just someone with an enthusiasm for reaction monitoring, the Reaction Monitoring Symposium will be of interest to you. There will be opportunities to network with colleagues over coffee, discuss your research needs with exhibitors, present a poster on your reaction monitoring research, interact with experts during the round-table panel discussion, as well as enjoying a day of exciting science.

Innovating for Resilience – February the 11th

The annual SIG conference returns in February 2020 in Bristol as SIG-X, with an expanded exhibition space and great range of presentations: Join us in Brunel’s iconic Passenger Shed at Bristol Temple Meads station on 11th February for a day of presentations, demonstrations and exhibitions, bringing together NR and Supplier representatives interested in innovations past, present and future. This year there is a theme of “innovating for resilience”, recognising many of the challenges facing the new Network Rail Regions in building a more resilient railway.

Umbraco Spark Innovation Conference 2020 – March the 6th

The Umbraco Spark innovation conference returns on Friday 6th March 2020 at the M Shed in Bristol. The official conference is a must for all Umbraco developers that want to find out what’s going on with Umbraco in 2020 and loads of innovative implementations and ideas.

The Fourth International Workshop on Socio-gerontechnology – June the 29th

Socio-gerontechnology network of researchers share an interest in exploring the entanglements of ageing and technologies. The network seeks to strengthen critical and reflexive thinking and research by emphasizing the complex and co-constitutive relationship between ageing, technology and society. It brings together international scholars from a variety of disciplinary background (i.e. critical and cultural gerontology, science and technology studies (STS), sociology, anthropology, age studies, HCI and education) and provides a forum for productive, open and supportive exchange and dialogue, with the aim of fostering curiosity, reflexivity and enthusiasm for researching the topic.

Conference Reviews from our members

PyData London 2019 – https://pydata.org/london2019/ review on 21st July 2019

The nice part about the conference is that they offer ticket scholarships for underrepresented groups in tech and women are more than welcome to apply. The organizers pointed out that it would be great to see more women join the PyData community. The application for the scholarship is quite simple: there is only a one page form to fill up  -> see https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSdS9_TRgLIgrkFIxscMtpfhAWCXrGOtRsj0aFaVDIpk_OivBg/viewform.

I also have only good things to say about the organizers, who try to make everyone feel as welcome and included as possible. We had a diversity lunch event this year and we had free childcare and a nursing room on the premises as well!