The IAS Masterclass provides an opportunity for postgraduate students and early career researchers to meet and discuss their research with a distinguished scholar who is visiting UWA.
Participants will present short papers within the framework of the stated topic, which will then be opened for discussion by the group. Places are available for those who wish to attend and participate in the discussion, but do not wish to give a paper.
IAS Masterclasses are cross-disciplinary and submissions are welcome across all relevant disciplines. Interested postgraduate students, early career researchers and academics from all Perth universities are invited to attend, as well as those working in relevant fields.
Masterclasses are free, lunch is provided, and registration is essential. To register, select the masterclass listed below that you wish to attend.
|7 Aug||Blue Carbon: Carbon storage in coastal marine ecosystems and its importance in climate change mitigation schemes||James W. Fourqurean, Director, Marine Education and Research Initiative at Florida International University and 2014 IAS Professor-at-Large|
|11 Aug||Exercising ourselves “in the Analysis of many examples” : corpora, collaboration, and communication||Pip Willcox, Curator of Digital Special Collections at the Bodleian Libraries, University of Oxford|
|15 Aug||Playing With Mud but Staying Clean: modeling of sediment geochemistry, from fundamentals to applications||Sergei Katsev, Associate Professor Large Lakes Observatory and Department of Physics, University of Minnesota Duluth|
|21 Aug||Survival Skills for Science, Medicine and Engineering Workshop|
|22 Aug||Molecular Coal Chemistry||Xian-Yong Wei, China University of Mining & Technology and 2014 IAS Short-Stay Visiting Fellow|
|4 Sept||Researching Intimacy and Personal Life||Sasha Roseneil, Professor of Sociology and Social Theory & Director of the Birkbeck Institute for Social Research, University of London|
|13 Oct||Invasive species management: a reassessment for the Anthropocene||Eric Higgs, School of Environmental Studies, University of Victoria and Tim Seastedt, Institute of Arctic and Alpine Research, University of Colorado|
|24 Oct||Much More Than Silk: the broader implications of long distance Asian trade in antiquity||Alison Betts, Professor of Silk Road Studies at the University of Sydney|
|6 Nov||An Introduction to Fuzzy Control: from Model-Free Design to Model-Based Analysis||Hak-Keung Lam, Department of Informatics, King’s College London and 2014 IAS Short Stay Visitor|
|7 Nov||Industrial Hazards to our Oceans||Pere Masqué, Institute of Environmental Science and Technology, Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona and 2014 Gledden Visiting Fellow|