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IOP/SEPnet: PhD careers event

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16:30 – 20:30 8 Nov 2017
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Hallam Conference Centre, 44 Hallam St, London W1W 6JJ

Speakers: Vishanti Fox, Careers and CPD Manager

The Institute of Physics and SEPnet are organising a special careers event for early career researchers. This event will give an insight into the broad range of career paths open to physics PhDs and postdocs and will help, inspire and motivate you to explore the careers options open to you in a welcoming and friendly environment.

You will hear from a panel of physicists, all holders of PhDs in nuclear physics, astronomy, condensed matter or particle physics, who have gone on to pursue interesting, successful careers in diverse areas – both in and outside academia including:

David Perez-Saurez, Research Software Engineer, UK Atomic Energy Authority (UKAEA)
Genoveva Burca, Instrument Scientist - IMAT, ISIS Facility, STFC Rutherford Appleton Laboratory
Gil Travish, Chief Science Officer (CSO), Adaptix
Lorraine Bobb, Diagnostics Physicist, Diamond Light Source
Karen Masters, Reader in Astronomy and Astrophysics, Institute for Cosmology & Gravitation, University of Portsmouth
Rob Phippen, Cloud Integration Architect, IBM
Chris Cormack, Managing Partner, MP Capital
Connor Shelly, Higher Research Scientist, National Physical Laboratory
Martin Arnold, Trainee Patent Attorney, WP Thompson
Peter Shaw, Propulsion Engineer, Surrey Satellite Technology Ltd

Refreshments will be provided

Vishanti Fox, Careers and CPD Manager, will deliver a presentation on CV skills.

Travel expenses for SEPnet PGRs will be reimbursed by SEPnet through GRADnet PGR Administrators

This event is free to members of the IOP. 

Non-members pay £30 alternatively you can join the IOP and attend for free.

Event type: Event
Sponsored by: IOP/SEPnet
Organised by: IOP/SEPnet
Contact details: Register online 
For enquires email vishanti.fox@iop.org


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