Postgraduate Open Day

College of Engineering and Physical Sciences - Postgraduate Open Day Saturday 10 March 2018

eps-opendayThe College of Engineering and Physical Sciences offers postgraduate students the opportunity to join our international community and share in our remarkable research. The College covers a broad range of world-leading research, from atoms to astronomy, computers to cars, and robots to robust materials. Our goal is to transform our understanding of the world to make life easier, healthier and more sustainable.

Our Postgraduate Open Day will give you the opportunity to talk to our experts and find out more about the wide portfolio of taught and research opportunities available to you at the University.

Start planning your day by browsing our scheduled events in the College of Engineering and Physical Sciences below. 

Please note that the below schedules and events were for our previous postgraduate open day, and will be updated closer to the event. However, it will give you an idea of event timings for you to plan your travel.

University Graduate School

University Graduate School events
 Time  Event  Location
4.00–5.00pm 

Café Masters – an opportunity to put your questions to a panel of current postgraduate students in a relaxed and informal setting.

Refreshments will be provided.

Room G06, Ground Floor,University House (O3)
4.00–5.00pm 

Café PhD – an opportunity to meet current doctoral researchers, hear about their work and their experiences of PhD life, and ask questions in a relaxed and informal setting. 

Refreshments will be provided.

Room G07, Ground Floor,University House (O3)

School of Chemical Engineering

School of Chemical Engineering events
 Time  Event  Location
2.00–4.00pm

Drop-in session for all programmes in the School and tours of the building

Professor Owen Thomas

Atrium, 1st Floor, Chemical Engineering Building (Y11)

School of Chemistry

School of Chemistry events
 Time Event  Location
12noon–1.00pm

Drop-in session for PhD programmes

Dr Paramaconi Rodriguez

Ask for Dr Rodriguez in Room 215, Haworth Building (Y2)

Department of Civil Engineering and Railway Engineering

Department of Civil Engineering and Railway Engineering events
 Time Event Location
2.00–3.00pm 

Why do you need a Masters degree?

Dr Gurmel Ghataora 

Engineering Lounge, Engineering Building (Y3)

 
3.00–4.00pm

Drop-in session for all postgraduate programmes in the School

Dr Gurmel Ghataora

Engineering Lounge, Engineering Building (Y3)

 

School of Computer Science

School of Computer Science events
 Time Event Location
12.00noon - 4.00pm

Tours of the Computer Science Department with postgraduate ambassadors

Meet in reception, Computer Science Building (Y9)

12.15–1.00pm

An overview of MSc study in the School of Computer Science

Dr Peter Hancox

Room UG07, Murray Learning Centre (R28)

 
1.00–1.30pm

An overview of Research in the School of Computer Science

Dr Peter Hancox

Room UG07, Murray Learning Centre (R28)

1.30–2.00pm

Introduction to MSc Robotics

Professor Jeremy Wyatt

Room UG07, Murray Learning Centre (R28)
2.00–2.30pm

Introduction to MSc Cyber Security

Dr David Galindo

Room UG06, Murray Learning Centre (R28)
2.30–3.30pm

Introduction to Human Computer Interaction

Dr Sandy Gould

Room UG06 Murray Learning Centre (R28)
3.00–3.30pm

Q&A drop-in session for MSc Advanced Computer Science

Dr Hayo Thielecke

Room UG07, Murray Learning Centre (R28)
4.00–4.45pm

Introduction to MSc Computer Science

Professor Uday Reddy

Room UG09, Murray Learning Centre (R28)

 

Department of Electronic, Electrical and Systems Engineering

Department of Electronic, Electrical and Systems Engineering events
 Time Event Location
2.00–3.00pm 

Drop-in session for all MSc postgraduate programmes in the School

Steve Quigley

Foyer, Gisbert Kapp Building (G8)

School of Mathematics

School of Mathematics events
 Time Event Location
2.00–2.45pm 

MSc programmes in Mathematics

Professor David Needham and the MSc Directors

Room WG12, Aston Webb Building (R6)

2.45–3.45pm

PhD programmes in Mathematics. Research opportunities in the School of Mathematics

Staff and PhD students

Room WG12, Aston Webb Building (R6)

3.45–4.00pm

Q&A session

Dr Nikolaos Fountoulakis

Room WG12, Aston Webb Building (R6)

Department of Mechanical Engineering

Department of Mechanical Engineering events
 Time Event Location
12.30–1.30pm 

Drop-in session for MSc Advanced Mechanical Engineering

Dr Mozafar Saadat 

Room S10F, Engineering Building (Y3) 

School of Materials Science and Engineering

School of Metallurgy and Materials
 Time Event Location
3.00–4.00pm 

Introduction to Materials Science and the postgraduate programmes we offer

Dr Mike Jenkins

Room 2C28, Metallurgy and Materials Building (G6)

School of Physics and Astronomy

School of Physics and Astronomy events
 Time Event Location
2.00–4.00pm 

Drop-in session for MSc programmes

Dr Paul Norman and Dr Tzany Wheldon

Speak to the MSc Administrator in Room S13, Poynting Physics Building (R13)


If you are looking for schedules of our other colleges, you can find them here: