Tuesday 13th and Wednesday 14th April 2021

Optics and Photonics for Scientific Progress

Student-led conference

Online event

Thank you for attending the event!

Two days of talks, networking and workshops

Tuesday 13th April

Screenshot of online meeting software
Talks, workshops and poster session

Wednesday 14th April

Female student taking notes in front of laptop
Talks, workshops and joint session

Talk recordings soon available

Centre for nanoscience and nanotechnology (Palaiseau, France)

University of Glasgow (UK)

Imperial College London (UK)

University of Murcia (Spain)

M Squared (Berlin, Germany)

Unitive Design (London, UK)

Entangled Positions (Cardiff, UK)

University of Southampton (UK)

Baylor College of Medicine (Houston, USA)

University of Exeter (UK)



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More seriously, information on how to attend the sessions will be send to all registered attendees. Poster presenters will receive separate guidance.

GIF from the British series "The IT crowd". Jen introduced the internet to the company.
The IT crowd, Channel 4

Talk recordings soon available

Image credits: Mal_Irl via Flickr under CC BY-NC-SA 2.0 / Allessia peviani under CC BY-NC 2.0 / Getty Images/iStockphoto / www.lucidchart.com / jlcareers.com / finishyourthesis.com / Julien Camard / Microsoft Teams (from bdo.com) / Google sites template / The IT crowd, Channel 4 / Novaciencia.es / gla.ac.uk