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April 2024

Wed 17

A Scientific Editor from the Royal Society of Chemistry’s flagship journal Chemical Science will be talking about careers in scientific publishing, specifically focused on journals publishing, including her own career journey, what is involved in her role and an overview of the RSC and Chemical Science. The session will include an opportunity for questions about anything relating to scientific publishing in general, or specifically relating to the topic of the talk.

Mon 22

Submission of an MPhil thesis can seem to be a daunting experience, from constructing it to submitting and then being examined, with one of those examiners coming from an external institution. In this session, a member of the Degree Committee Office, School of Physical Sciences, a member of the PG Education team and an academic will talk through all aspects of procedure regarding thesis submission and answer any questions students wish to pose. Students who were recently examined, as well as members of academic staff who carry out MPhil vivas will also be there to talk about the reality of the process from all perspectives.

Submission of the first year report can seem to be a daunting experience, from constructing it to submitting and then being assessed by academic staff. In this session, a member of the Degree Committee Office, School of Physical Sciences, a member of the PG Education team and an academic will talk through all aspects of procedure and answer any questions students wish to pose. Students who went through their first year exam, as well as members of academic staff who carry out first year vivas will also be there to talk about the reality of the process from all perspectives.

Submission of the PhD thesis can seem to be a daunting experience, from constructing it to submitting and then being examined, with one of those examiners coming from an external institution. In this session, a member of the Degree Committee Office, School of Physical Sciences, a member of the PG Education team and an academic will talk through all aspects of procedure regarding thesis submission and answer any questions students wish to pose. Students who were recently examined, as well as members of academic staff who carry out PhD vivas will also be there to talk about the reality of the process from all perspectives

Tue 23
Chemistry: SC1 Statistics for Chemists (In Person, Face to Face) new (1 of 7) [Places] 13:30 - 17:00 Todd-Hamied

This is a practical skills-based course which comprises of 1 optional drop-in session and 6 compulsory instructor-lead statistics sessions. These will take place in Todd Hamied

Wed 24
Chemistry: Philosophy for Physical Scientists (1 of 5) [Places] 13:00 - 14:00 Pfizer LT

Science is a strikingly successful and powerful feature of contemporary human cultures: it has transformed lives, enabled great technological feats and often revealed the world to be a much stranger place than appearances suggest. But what is science, really, and how and why has it been so successful?

Tue 30
Chemistry: SC1 Statistics for Chemists (In Person, Face to Face) new (2 of 7) [Places] 13:30 - 17:00 Todd-Hamied

This is a practical skills-based course which comprises of 1 optional drop-in session and 6 compulsory instructor-lead statistics sessions. These will take place in Todd Hamied

May 2024

Wed 1
Chemistry: Philosophy for Physical Scientists (2 of 5) [Places] 13:00 - 14:00 Pfizer LT

Science is a strikingly successful and powerful feature of contemporary human cultures: it has transformed lives, enabled great technological feats and often revealed the world to be a much stranger place than appearances suggest. But what is science, really, and how and why has it been so successful?

Tue 7
Chemistry: SC1 Statistics for Chemists (In Person, Face to Face) new (3 of 7) [Places] 13:30 - 17:00 Todd-Hamied

This is a practical skills-based course which comprises of 1 optional drop-in session and 6 compulsory instructor-lead statistics sessions. These will take place in Todd Hamied

Wed 8
Chemistry: Philosophy for Physical Scientists (3 of 5) [Places] 13:00 - 14:00 Pfizer LT

Science is a strikingly successful and powerful feature of contemporary human cultures: it has transformed lives, enabled great technological feats and often revealed the world to be a much stranger place than appearances suggest. But what is science, really, and how and why has it been so successful?

Tue 14
Chemistry: SC1 Statistics for Chemists (In Person, Face to Face) new (4 of 7) [Places] 13:30 - 17:00 Todd-Hamied

This is a practical skills-based course which comprises of 1 optional drop-in session and 6 compulsory instructor-lead statistics sessions. These will take place in Todd Hamied

Wed 15

How are you approaching getting published? Are you (passively) writing up your research, submitting your article and hoping for the best? Or are you (proactively) doing your best to get your work published into your intended journal and so contribute to your discipline and society? If it’s more the former than the latter, that’s OK: this introductory ‘Fundamentals of the Publication Process’ aims to help you to help yourself to be as successful as you can.

In the process of this practical and pragmatic half-day session outlining a series of proactive steps that you can take, this course will explore among other topics:

  • how to select a target journal
  • the peer review system in terms of submitting, revising and re-submitting
  • how to communicate effectively with editors and reviewers
  • explore what editors really look for
Mon 20
Chemistry: Quantitative Electrochemistry (In person, face to face) new (1 of 12) [Places] 11:00 - 12:00 Unilever Lecture Theatre

This course will cover the quantitative background to underpin many of the electrochemical methods exploited by the research groups in the Department. The first part ('Foundations') will cover the background physical chemistry relevant for electrochemical systems: Following a reminder of the basics of electrochemistry, we address the physical chemistry of metals, ionic solutions and the electrode/solution interface, including electrode dynamics, and connection to experimental measurements. The second part ('Applications') will cover specific examples of applications drawn from active research groups in the department.

Tue 21
Chemistry: SC1 Statistics for Chemists (In Person, Face to Face) new (5 of 7) [Places] 13:30 - 17:00 Todd-Hamied

This is a practical skills-based course which comprises of 1 optional drop-in session and 6 compulsory instructor-lead statistics sessions. These will take place in Todd Hamied

Wed 22
Chemistry: Quantitative Electrochemistry (In person, face to face) new (2 of 12) [Places] 10:00 - 11:00 Unilever Lecture Theatre

This course will cover the quantitative background to underpin many of the electrochemical methods exploited by the research groups in the Department. The first part ('Foundations') will cover the background physical chemistry relevant for electrochemical systems: Following a reminder of the basics of electrochemistry, we address the physical chemistry of metals, ionic solutions and the electrode/solution interface, including electrode dynamics, and connection to experimental measurements. The second part ('Applications') will cover specific examples of applications drawn from active research groups in the department.

Chemistry: Philosophy for Physical Scientists (4 of 5) [Places] 13:00 - 14:00 Pfizer LT

Science is a strikingly successful and powerful feature of contemporary human cultures: it has transformed lives, enabled great technological feats and often revealed the world to be a much stranger place than appearances suggest. But what is science, really, and how and why has it been so successful?

Chemistry: Philosophy for Physical Scientists (5 of 5) [Places] 14:00 - 15:00 Pfizer LT

Science is a strikingly successful and powerful feature of contemporary human cultures: it has transformed lives, enabled great technological feats and often revealed the world to be a much stranger place than appearances suggest. But what is science, really, and how and why has it been so successful?

Fri 24
Chemistry: Quantitative Electrochemistry (In person, face to face) new (3 of 12) [Places] 10:00 - 11:00 Unilever Lecture Theatre

This course will cover the quantitative background to underpin many of the electrochemical methods exploited by the research groups in the Department. The first part ('Foundations') will cover the background physical chemistry relevant for electrochemical systems: Following a reminder of the basics of electrochemistry, we address the physical chemistry of metals, ionic solutions and the electrode/solution interface, including electrode dynamics, and connection to experimental measurements. The second part ('Applications') will cover specific examples of applications drawn from active research groups in the department.

Mon 27
Chemistry: Quantitative Electrochemistry (In person, face to face) new (4 of 12) [Places] 11:00 - 12:00 Unilever Lecture Theatre

This course will cover the quantitative background to underpin many of the electrochemical methods exploited by the research groups in the Department. The first part ('Foundations') will cover the background physical chemistry relevant for electrochemical systems: Following a reminder of the basics of electrochemistry, we address the physical chemistry of metals, ionic solutions and the electrode/solution interface, including electrode dynamics, and connection to experimental measurements. The second part ('Applications') will cover specific examples of applications drawn from active research groups in the department.

Tue 28
Chemistry: SC1 Statistics for Chemists (In Person, Face to Face) new (6 of 7) [Places] 13:30 - 17:00 Todd-Hamied

This is a practical skills-based course which comprises of 1 optional drop-in session and 6 compulsory instructor-lead statistics sessions. These will take place in Todd Hamied

Wed 29
Chemistry: Quantitative Electrochemistry (In person, face to face) new (5 of 12) [Places] 10:00 - 11:00 Unilever Lecture Theatre

This course will cover the quantitative background to underpin many of the electrochemical methods exploited by the research groups in the Department. The first part ('Foundations') will cover the background physical chemistry relevant for electrochemical systems: Following a reminder of the basics of electrochemistry, we address the physical chemistry of metals, ionic solutions and the electrode/solution interface, including electrode dynamics, and connection to experimental measurements. The second part ('Applications') will cover specific examples of applications drawn from active research groups in the department.

Fri 31
Chemistry: Quantitative Electrochemistry (In person, face to face) new (6 of 12) [Places] 10:00 - 11:00 Unilever Lecture Theatre

This course will cover the quantitative background to underpin many of the electrochemical methods exploited by the research groups in the Department. The first part ('Foundations') will cover the background physical chemistry relevant for electrochemical systems: Following a reminder of the basics of electrochemistry, we address the physical chemistry of metals, ionic solutions and the electrode/solution interface, including electrode dynamics, and connection to experimental measurements. The second part ('Applications') will cover specific examples of applications drawn from active research groups in the department.

June 2024

Mon 3
Chemistry: Quantitative Electrochemistry (In person, face to face) new (7 of 12) [Places] 11:00 - 12:00 Unilever Lecture Theatre

This course will cover the quantitative background to underpin many of the electrochemical methods exploited by the research groups in the Department. The first part ('Foundations') will cover the background physical chemistry relevant for electrochemical systems: Following a reminder of the basics of electrochemistry, we address the physical chemistry of metals, ionic solutions and the electrode/solution interface, including electrode dynamics, and connection to experimental measurements. The second part ('Applications') will cover specific examples of applications drawn from active research groups in the department.

Tue 4
Chemistry: SC1 Statistics for Chemists (In Person, Face to Face) new (7 of 7) [Places] 13:30 - 17:00 Todd-Hamied

This is a practical skills-based course which comprises of 1 optional drop-in session and 6 compulsory instructor-lead statistics sessions. These will take place in Todd Hamied

Wed 5
Chemistry: Quantitative Electrochemistry (In person, face to face) new (8 of 12) [Places] 10:00 - 11:00 Unilever Lecture Theatre

This course will cover the quantitative background to underpin many of the electrochemical methods exploited by the research groups in the Department. The first part ('Foundations') will cover the background physical chemistry relevant for electrochemical systems: Following a reminder of the basics of electrochemistry, we address the physical chemistry of metals, ionic solutions and the electrode/solution interface, including electrode dynamics, and connection to experimental measurements. The second part ('Applications') will cover specific examples of applications drawn from active research groups in the department.