Research & Innovation - CPD
Research & Innovation - CPD
Accounting, Society and the Environment (ASE) Research workshop, will be held in the James McKay Auditorium, University of Aberdeen. ASE is a friendly, scholarly event bringing together researchers from around the world to present, discuss and debate their research projects in various stages of development. The workshop is intended as a forum to encourage research collaboration across institutions and disciplines and for the dissemination of research outputs. The workshop is interdisciplinary and welcomes contributions from all disciplines interested in Accounting, Society or Environmental issues.
The theme of this years workshop is ‘The road to recovery: sustainability imperatives and the reshaping of public finance and accounting in the post-pandemic world’.
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 the festive period this may take longer)
Full course information can be found on our website.
The University of Aberdeen is organising a third conference in International Law, following the conferences in the same field hosted by the University of Edinburgh in April 2019 and the University of Glasgow in May 2021. We thereby continue a series of successful conferences that aim to strengthen the leadership of Scottish universities in International Law.
We look forward to being together for a mostly on-site conference. We, however, also welcome the greater accessibility for some colleagues that participating online-only allows. As a consequence, while we will prioritise papers delivered on campus, we will also accept proposals for remote participation.
Should future developments relating to the COVID 19 pandemic prevent any ‘in person’ event, the conference will move fully online. Participants will be kept informed.
UKAS 2022 will take place from 20 - 22 April 2022 having been postponed due to the COVID pandemic. It is anticipated an in-person conference will take place in Aberdeen, with an online element for those who can't or don't want to travel to Aberdeen.
The programme will run over three days, it is anticipated that the main programme will start mid morning on 20 April and that we will host a dinner on 22 April 2022 - assuming restrictions allow.
Registration for the virtual element will open in mid-March.