The first set of three online events, which starts from tomorrow (Tuesday 6 July) will provide an opportunity to hear about pathways to achieving impact from three Impact Case Study authors. The authors will explain how they got started, their experience of the process, and lessons learned.
Staff are encouraged to select whichever session is most suitable for them, or they are welcome to attend all three. You can submit questions in advance when you register, and we will identify themes to make the best use of the time.
Each roundtable event will have the same format:
• Welcome from by Dr Jen Fensome, Director, Research & Enterprise Office
• Introduction by Professor Elizabeth Stokoe, Associate Pro Vice-Chancellor for REF and ICS author
• Three eight-minute presentations by Impact Case Study authors
• Rapid responses from Research and Partnership Development Managers and Associate Deans Enterprise and Research
• Q&A, chaired by Dr Jen Fensome
The events are as follows:
Tuesday 6 July, 11.15am-12.30pm
- Paul Kelly (Chemistry) RECOVER: Novel fingerprint development system
- Ian Jones (Maths Education Centre): Transforming educational assessment with comparative judgment
- Philip Leicester (Mechanical, Electrical and Manufacturing Engineering): Smart green energy
Thursday 15 July, 11am-12.15pm
- Jim Reynolds (Chemistry): Reading diagnostic biomarkers
- Ashleigh Filtness and Pete Thomas (Design): Safer roads
- Neil Dixon (Architecture, Building and Civil Engineering): Low-cost early warning landslide system
Wednesday 21 July, 9am-10.15am
- Gilberto Montibeller (Business and Economics): Tackling emerging global health threats
- Catie Gill & Sara Read (English): Enriching staff and public understanding of Women’s History at the National Civil War Centre
- Emma Haycraft (Sport, Exercise and Health Sciences): The Child Feeding Guide
Register your place using the online booking form here.