This year’s Conference on Everything took place on April 27th 2013 in the Wolfson Hall. The poster session was be held in the SCR Corridor.
Here are the photos kindly taken by Giorgio Divitini on the day. Unfortunately the photos of the presenters are a bit dark, because there was no flash used.
About the conference
The Conference on Everything is the pinnacle of academic life in College. Students are invited to present their research through talks and posters to an audience composed of the other Churchillians – students and fellows. Usually we invite a famous speaker with a connection with College for the keynote talk. Previous speakers have included: Iraqi Ambassador Salah Al-Shaikhly; Micheal Green; Julian Huppert, and David Spiegelhalter. A poster competition is held before dinner, and the best poster gets awarded the Alex Mischenko Prize.
This year’s keynote will be delivered by Prof Leader-Williams, who is the current director of Conservation Leadership. He is interested in applied ecology and endangered species management, law enforcement and illegal use of wildlife, and other interdisciplinary aspects of conservation: http://www.geog.cam.ac.uk/people/leader-williams/
That evening is the Advanced Students’ Dinner. All the graduate students are invited, and this is a great opportunity to dine with College fellows. This Conference is a great opportunity to practice giving academic presentations to an audience with varied backgrounds, and the width of subjects ranges from airport architecture to child migration in Ghana, guaranteeing interesting bits for everyone.
Conference on Everything 2012
Last year’s conference was held on Saturday May 5th, 2012 Prof. Nicholas Bingham, Senior Investigator at Imperial College and Visiting Professor of Mathematics at London School of Economics delivered the keynote address.