Dear scientist, science enthusiast!
Curious about the research that is going on in Trinity College?
Want to hear a bunch of really interesting projects by students your age and some of our own Fellows?
This year, we are planning for you one of the biggest student-organised science events of the year – our Annual Symposium followed by our dinner!
Attendance to the symposium is free and open to all members of university and general public. The annual dinner is fully booked, to place yourself on a waiting list, please fill in this form.
|10:00–10:45||Sir Gregory Winter||Antibodies and Bicycles|
|10:45–11:05||Benjamin Jackson||Functional roles of long non-coding RNAs in haematopoiesis|
|11:05–11:25||Solène Rolland||Development of a homogeneous TR-FRET assay for the characterisation of GPCR ligands binding kinetics|
|11:25–11:45||Max Wilkinson||Splicing snapshots: cryo-EM structures of spliceosomes|
|11:45–12:30||Dr Jason W. Chin||Reprogramming the Genetic Code|
|13:30–13:50||Laith Alexander||Neurobiology of depression: insights from animal models|
|13:50–14:10||Ellese Cotterill||Multi-view classification of neuronal cell types|
|14:10–14:30||Guy Emerson||Machine Learning and Linguistics: A Tale of Love and Heartbreak|
|14:30–15:15||Dr Arthur Norman||Developing and supporting long lasting scientific software|
|15:15–15:55||BREAK (tea and biscuits)|
|15:55–16:15||William Gao||The Expansion Dynamics of the 1D Bose-Hubbard Model|
|16:15–16:35||Herschel Chawdhry||The biggest microscopes in the world – a crash course in particle physics|
|16:35–16:55||James D. Manton||ASTROTIRF: total internal reflection fluorescence microscopy away from the coverslip|
|16:55–17:15||Maria T. Codrean||Artificial Chemotaxis of Phoretic Swimmers|
|17:15–18:00||Dr Malte Grosche||The quantum dance of electrons in solids|
You may find an overview of all the talks here.
This is followed by a cheese course, coffee and mints. Wine included.