We invite world-leading academics to speak at a series of open seminars throughout the year, all hosted by academics within the department.
Most seminars will be hosted online, with some in-person seminars stated below. Our seminars take place on Fridays, starting at 12.00pm and concluding by 12.50pm or shortly afterwards unless otherwise indicated.
For more information or a copy of the seminar programme please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
|21/10/22||Dr Lesley Uttley||The University of Sheffield||Systematic reviews and meta-analyses: how objective are they really?||Professor Tom Webb||The Diamond, Lecture Theatre 2|
|28/10/22||TBC||The Diamond, Lecture Theatre 2 / Online|
|04/11/22||Dr Hannah Rapaport||Macquarie University, Australia||Experiencing the world differently: Understanding Autistic people’s perceptual and everyday lives||Professor Elizabeth Milne||The Diamond, Lecture Theatre 2|
|11/11/22||Professor Wayne Gray||Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute. USA||From the Fosbury Flop to Tetris and beyond! What action games tell us about the human acquisition of expertise in complex dynamic tasks||Dr Tom Stafford||3pm - 4pm, Online|
|18/11/22||TBC||The Diamond, Lecture Theatre 2 / Online|
|25/11/22||Dr Ana-Maria Biluc||University of Dundee||TBC||Professor Matt Field||The Diamond, Lecture Theatre 2|
|02/12/22||Dr Alessandra Souza||University of Porto, Portugal||Boosting the storage capacity and fidelity of visual working memory||Dr Caudia von-Bastian||The Diamond, Lecture Theatre 2 / Online|
|09/12/22||Dr Hannah Rodhe||University of Edinburgh||Informativity in cooperative communication||Dr Danielle Matthews||The Diamond, Lecture Theatre 2|
|16/12/22||TBC||The Diamond, Lecture Theatre 2|
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