The Tommy Flowers Network are holding a virtual conference from 12th – 16th October 2020, showcasing the fundamental role that physics and physicists have in shaping our digital future. Wednesday 14th is dedicated to our postgraduate researchers and early researchers.
If this applies to you, we’d love to showcase your work and celebrate your successes via a “Lightning Talk” opportunity. Your work does not have to be Physics related but should have a strong ICT context. Each talk is allocated 5 minutes and you could win a prize! A great opportunity to practice your presentation skills and promote your excellent research. We also have some guest speakers – Richard Burguete
from the National Physical Laboratory and Prof Mike Payne
from the University of Cambridge.
You don’t need to submit an entry in order to attend the day.
Full details can be viewed here
The deadlines for submissions are:
18th September: Submission deadline
23rd September: entries will be notified if their submission was successful
If you would like to enter, or know of someone who should, please share these details!