QUB Research Impact Showcase

Queen’s Research Changing Lives

This exciting FREE showcase event is an excellent opportunity for pupils to meet and talk with many
of the inspiring researchers at Queen’s University.

The sixth volume in The DNA of Innovation series entitled Pioneering Research, Global Impact
will be launched at the showcase, and profiles 29 of the University’s inspiring researchers and their work
within the four new Global Research Institutes and six Pioneer Research Programmes at Queen’s.

QUB Research Impact Showcase flyerThey demonstrate how Queen’s is bringing together researchers across disciplines to address
some of the greatest societal challenges of our time.

The researchers will host exhibition stands at the showcase, and copies of the new publication
will be available (free) at the event. A few short presentations will also be given from the stage.

This is a FREE drop in event. All are welcome.

For further information on the impact of research taking place at Queen’s, please visit their website: http://go.qub.ac.uk/impact  

Or, contact the Research and Enterprise Directorate:
Telephone: 028 9097 2568 or email: businessnetworks@qub.ac.uk 


4.00pm–5.00pm Exhibition, and speaking opportunity with Queen’s researchers

5.00pm–5.15pm Welcome remarks and official launch of Pioneering Research, Global Impact

5.15pm–5.45pm Short presentations by researchers:
• Professor Sir John McCanny, Director, The Institute of Electronics, Communications and Information Technology (ECIT)
Technologies for a future digital society
• Professor Moira Dean, The Institute for Global Food Security (IGFS), and School of Biological Sciences
The psychologist who’s mapping the UK food chain
• Professor Seán McLoone, Intelligent Autonomous Manufacturing Systems
(I-AMS), and School of Electronics, Electrical Engineering and Computer Science
Intelligent systems creating the factories of the future
• Dr Joanne Murphy, The Senator George J. Mitchell Institute for Global Peace, Security and Justice, and Queen’s Management School
The peacemakers who are too often forgotten

5.45pm Light Refreshments and exhibition

7.00pm Close


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