Research & Innovation - CPD
Research & Innovation - CPD
Pay it Forward for PCST 2025 - if you can afford it please take the opportunity to support our bursary programme. All the funds raised through the pay it forward campaign will go towards supporting attendance at the 2025 conference in Aberdeen by funding bursaries for registration and travel for those who otherwise would not be able to attend.
This builds on the original idea introduced for the 2020+1 conference, which was continued for the 2023 iteration in Rotterdam.
Thank you for your generosity!
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.
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 busy period this may take longer)
Full course information can be found on our website.
The University of Aberdeen are delighted to be hosting the International Union of Theoretical and Applied Mechanics (IUTAM) 2024 Symposium. This year the focus is on Frontiers of Solid Mechanics for Energy Transition.
The symposium will take place from the 1st to 5th of July 2024 in Aberdeen, Scotland. The University of Aberdeen is the backdrop of the conference, with many locations on the campus being used. Finer details will be released nearer the time.
This symposium aims to provide opportunity for researchers to share knowledge on the wide-ranging contribution of mechanics to addressing some of these challenges. The symposium will cover, but not limited to, the following topics on the mechanics, materials and technology in relation to hydrogen storage and transportation, and life-extension, design optimisation and decommissioning of wind turbines:
The IAS Conference 2024 will take place in Aberdeen from 25 – 27 June 2024. There will be opportunities to participate in Workshops and Fieldtrips both in advance of, and after the main conference. There will also be a lively social programme including a Conference Dinner and Ceilidh – don’t forget to bring your dancing shoes!
The conference theme is Adapting to a Changing World and sub-themes will be derived from the abstract submissions received.