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This annual event aims to highlight some of the research that members of the MCR have been carrying out whilst here at Churchill, revealing some of the collective creativity and ingenuity of Churchill’s research students.
The Conference on Everything is the pinnacle of academic life in College. MCR students are invited to present their research through talks and posters to an audience composed of the other Churchillians — students and fellows. A poster competition is held before dinner, and the best poster gets awarded the Alex Mischenko Prize. The best presentation is awarded the Sir David Wallace Prize.
This year’s Conference on Everything will be held on Sunday the 28th of April. It will feature a keynote speech given by Professor Peter Wadhams, followed by short presentations and poster sessions given by Churchill graduate students. The participants will be considered by a panel of Churchill fellows and alumni for the Alex Mischenko Prize for Best Poster and the Sir David Wallace Prize for Best Presentation. Registration will take place in the SCR corridor, the talks will be given in the Fellows’ Dining Room, and the poster sessions will be held in the Cockcroft Room.
It would be our pleasure to see you there and we hope that you enjoy the wonderful variety of subjects presented! Here you can find more details about the conference presentations and the poster sessions and here a more detailed version of the programme.
The event will be streamed live on this page.
Available from 1.30pm on 28 April 201.
The conference is free to attend and guests from outside of Churchill are more than welcome. Bookings are not necessary.
For further information on the conference, visit the MCR website or email the MCR Academic Officers.