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UKCCSRC ECR face-to-face Awayday London, 24th-25th May 2022
24 May 2022 @ 11:30 - 25 May 2022 @ 14:00
Registrations close at 5pm 18th May.
UKCCSRC ECR Awayday taking place 24th-25th May 2022
(*postponed from 9th-10th February 2022)
The event will include registrations and coffee at 11:30am followed by a welcome lunch at 12:00 noon, finishing the following day at 2.00pm. As it’s the first in-person Awayday we’ve had for a while, we’ve planned lots of opportunities for networking, as well as fantastic speakers, training and the chance to present your own work. The Awayday will include a visit to the CCS exhibition at the Science Museum, a poster session and a networking evening dinner. Lunch will be provided both days and the final agenda will be confirmed in due course.
Location: Imperial College London, 170 Queen’s Gate, London, SW7 5HF
Tuesday 24th May
|Arrivals and registration
|ECRs: Industry needs you
|ECR public relations activity
|Panel session and activity
|Upcoming ECR opportunities
|Poster and drinks reception
Wednesday 25th May
|Arrivals and Coffee
|Poster reviewing session
|Discussion following CCS exhibition
|Lunch and Departures
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