As a key feature of our Research Transformation Programme, we have begun to organise our research in relation to 5 thematic areas. We would all agree that DMU research is fundamentally value-led, and the themes have been chosen based on research undertaken at DMU. Our aim is to break down barriers and provide opportunities for researchers across disciplines and across Faculties to work together on ground-breaking interdisciplinary research projects that will contribute significantly to addressing global concerns and anchor our research in an international context, promoting the UN SDGs.
The event will be introduced by the Vice-Chancellor, Professor Katie Normington, and chaired by the Pro Vice-Chancellor, Research, Professor Heather McLaughlin.
Each of the Theme Directors will provide 5-minute introductions to the research potential of their area and their plans for its development, followed by a Q&A.
1. Introduction: Professor Katie Normington
2. Peace, Equality and Social Justice (Professor Kenneth Morrison)
3. Lifelong Wellbeing (Professor Raghu Raghavan)
4. Living in a Digital Society (Professor Gabriel Egan)
5. Creative and Heritage Industries (Professor Rachel Granger and Professor Justin Smith)
6. Net Zero (Professor Subhes Bhattacharyya)
7. Q&A (Chaired by Professor Heather McLaughlin)
Bookings will close 1 hour prior to the start of the event, and registrants will receive a link to join the online event 24hrs before the event, via their provided email address.
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This event is open to all.