Training and events
We are pleased to announce the return of Café Academique.
This is a unique, popular, social and educational event for Doctoral Researchers to share and discuss their research with fellow Doctoral Researchers in a relaxed and informal setting.
Our next Café Academique will take place online on 29th October 2020 (12:30-14:00) and will celebrate Black History Month. There are three fantastic doctoral researchers that have put themselves forward to take the 'stage':
- Naomi Howard - "Black Role Models - Resilience and Threats to Success" - School of Science
- Chidinma Okorie - "Connecting the dots: Aren't we all migrants?" - Social Sciences and Humanities
- Jedi Mould - "The relationship between income-generating activities of women, dietary behaviours and feeding practices of infants and young children in urban Ghana" - School of Sport, Exercise and Health Sciences.
To book you place, please complete this short Microsoft Form.
Want to present at a future Cafe Academique?
Please get in touch with Dr Katryna Kalawsky via email and provide the following information:
- Year of study
- An attention/interest sparking title
- A brief description of your research (consider what? why? how? what? so what?)
The time and date of the next Cafe Academique will depend on the availablity of the speakers - stay tuned for more information in due course.
All selected speakers will be offered feedback by the Doctoral College prior to Café Academique taking place.
Previous Café Academique presenters are listed below
- Aaron Eames - "'Did Oscar Wilde Really Say That?" - Social Sciences and Humanities
- Callie Merrick - "A multisensory approach to human wetness perception" - School of Design and Creative Arts
- Thomas Baker - "Plastic Pollution and the Circular Economy: Where are we and where should we be?" - School of Aeronautical, Automotive, Chemical and Materials Engineering
- Theresa Wege - "Why young children count wrong units" - School of Science
- Fiona Meeks - "Stimulating informal networks in a heterogeneous regional cluster through a team-based network intervention" - Loughborough University London (Institute for Innovation and Entrepreneurship)
- Akash Ratnayaka - "Super storage solutions with capacitors" - School of Science
- Enefola Odiba - "Creating a Culture of Quality for Organisational Success" - School of Architecture, Building & Civil Engineering
- Leah Henrickson - 'Who is the Author of the Computer-Generated Text? - School of Art, English and Drama
- Diana Mehta - "Cleaning up our act on energy" - School of Science
- Chris McLeod - "You can't eat that now!" - School of Sport Exercise & Health Sciences
- Lucy Zhu - "Why there are people crazy about eSports?" - School of Sport Exercise & Health Sciences
- Alistair Wilson - "Blockchain: What it is, what it isn’t and why it matters" - School of Architecture, Building & Civil Engineering
- Hugh Tawell - "It's time to wake up to sleepness sickness" - School of Science (Chemistry)
- Gori Olusina Daniel - "Do bribes work?" - Institute for Innovation & Entrepreneurship, Loughborough University London
Vani Naik - "Women professors: an oxymoron" - School of Business and Economics
- Mohsen Sayyah - "What is Sports Biomechanics? An application in springboard diving” - School of Sport, Exercise and Health Sciences
- Anthony Quinn - "Why does Vehicle Crime repeatedly occur in certain parts of Leicestershire?" - School of Social, Political and Geographical Sciences
- Beth McMurchie - "Finding fingerprints in the dark" - School of Science (Chemistry)
- Dan Wright - "Overheating in UK homes" - School of Architecture, Building and Civil Engineering
- Avinoam Baruch - "How citizen science could change the way we respond to disasters" - School of Social, Political and Geographical Sciences
- Matthew Healey - "Tainted blood: A search for prions" - School of Science
- Sophia Tetteh - “How to design a face” - Loughborough Design School
- Aron Sherry - “Should we have chair-free classrooms?” - School of Sport, Exercise and Health Sciences