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Research & Innovation - CPD

Research & Innovation - CPD

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Biological Wastewater Treatment and Anaerobic Digestion

Description

On-Demand Online CPD course

Biological Wastewater Treatment and Anaerobic Digestion: Theory, Design and Practice

The University of Aberdeen is delighted to offer this IChemE Approved online CPD Course which is aimed at professionals and PhD students working in the areas of biological wastewater treatment and anaerobic digestion.

This advanced course describes how to optimise and design biological wastewater treatment and anaerobic digestion processes in order to maximise treatment efficiency while minimising the capital and operating costs.

Please note:

Participants will have up to 6 months unlimited access from registering to study all the course lectures and materials on our custom-built study platform, designed for ease of use and communication. A CPD certification will be awarded in completion of the course. 

Please allow 10 working days for your guest account to be activated (during the festive period this may take longer)   

Full course information can be found on our website.

Attendee CategoryCost   
IChemE Member PhD student Registration Fee£800.00[Read More]
IChemE Member Registration Fee£1200.00[Read More]
PhD Student Registration Fee£900.00[Read More]
Standard Registration Fee£1400.00[Read More]
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HETL Conference 2023

Description

The University of Aberdeen will host the 2023 HETL Conference from 12 - 14 June 2023.  We are looking to bring together Higher Education professionals and students from across the world and to provide a platform for discussion, debate, networking and collaboration on all aspects of teaching and learning in HE.

 

The conference will focus on Re-Imagining Education: Collaboration and Compassion.  This will be broken down into the following themes for the conference programme:

  • Inclusive
  • Interdisciplinary 
  • International
  • Sustainable

 

The conference programme will run over 3 full days and will include a mixture of keynote presentations, parallel oral sessions, poster sessions and workshop - with plenty of time in between to network with colleagues.  It is anticipated that the conference programme will run from 09.00 - 17.00 each day.

The social programme will include a welcome reception on the first night, and an optional conference dinner on the second.  Details will be updated on the website as they become available.

Attendee CategoryCost   
Conference Dinner (optional extra)£75.00[Read More]
Early Bird Registration Rate£380.00[Read More]
Early Bird Student Rate£175.00[Read More]
Excursion Haddo House£25.00[Read More]
University of Aberdeen/ HETL Member£350.00[Read More]
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Scottish Cardiovascular Forum

Description

The Scottish Cardiovascular Forum (SCF) aims to foster integration, encourage collaboration and assist in the dissemination of information among basic science and clinical cardiovascular researchers in Scotland. In recent years, membership has expanded to include colleagues from Northern Ireland, Northern England and Ireland. We welcome participation from across the UK and Ireland.

The University of Aberdeen (Suttie Centre) will host the 26th Annual meeting of the SCF on Saturday 4th February 2023. We have an exciting and full programme for the day, including a civic reception. The reception will take place once the meeting has finished, in the historic Town House in Aberdeen City Centre (Town House, Broad St, Aberdeen, AB10 1AQ).

Our keynote speakers are Professor Cherry Wainwright (Robert Gordon University, Aberdeen), Dr Mary MacLeod (University of Aberdeen) and Dr Jane Dymott (NHS Grampian).  The majority of presentations (both oral and poster) at the SCF will come from early career scientists, therefore making it a great conference for PhD students and postdocs to present their research.

The official website, and prelimary programme can be found here.

Attendee CategoryCost   
Invited Guest£0.00[Read More]
Staff & General Admission£35.00[Read More]
Student/ECR£15.00[Read More]