14 November 2013
This autumn, the Oxford Institute for Sustainable Development (OISD) visionary seminar series returns to Oxford Brookes University. Seminar speakers will be presenting inspiring talks on science and sustainability in the built environment.
OISD is the largest academic research institute in the UK dedicated to research on sustainable development in the built environment. It has eight distinct research groups, and has a unique multidisciplinary focus to help create a sustainable future.
This autumn’s seminar series will see two speakers; Chris Rogers, Professor of Geotechnical Engineering at the University of Birmingham, and Dr Tim Chatterton, Senior Research Fellow at the University of the West of England, deliver enlightening talks on urban sustainability, resilience and futures; and carbon emissions, climate change and energy demand.
Details of the seminars are as follows:
The seminars are free, open to all and start at 5pm followed by drinks at 6.15pm. Registration is essential via Eventbrite. The seminars are always popular and places are allocated on a first come first served basis.
The seminar series can also be downloaded here.
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