Forthcoming Events

Exploiting the Potential of Rapid Diagnostic Test Technology and Mobile Connectivity

29 MAY 2019 - 30 MAY 2019

This workshop will bring together experts in diagnostic test development, digital technology and related disciplines to examine the state-of-the-art tools in human and veterinary medicine, and crucially to explore barriers to implementation - technical as well as cultural. We expect attendance from biologists and engineers but also from anyone with an interest in the acceptability and uptake of novel technology.

Pathways to in-vivo 3D dosimetry measurements for adaptive radiation delivery

26 JUNE 2019 - 27 JUNE 2019

The workshop will be an opportunity to share knowledge, experiences, best practice and ideas between established experts in dosimeter development and medical physics practitioners in the field as well as early career researchers or those that are joining this exciting and rapidly developing field. 

Ab Initio Nuclear Theory: From Breakthroughs to Applications

24 JULY 2019 - 26 JULY 2019

This meeting will focus on the theme of What next in ab initio theory? We feel this is vital to make progress in the wider picture of nuclear structure and reactions, but also in an attempt to connect to other relevant global challenges, ranging from astrophysics to nuclear technology. 

20 Years After Kosovo: The Prospects for and Limits of International Intervention

18 SEPTEMBER 2019 - 19 SEPTEMBER 2019

This high profile conference, co-organised by Surrey’s Centre for International Intervention and BISA IR2P, reflects upon the trajectory of interventionism since Kosovo. What have been its successes? What have been its failures? Does it have a future? How does a changing international environment, as well as the emergence of new actors and combat technologies, affect intervention? The event will bring a group of top academics, as well as policy makers, to Surrey in order to discuss these and related questions.