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This event is part of the REIS Seminar Programme seriesSpeaker
Katherine Mansfield from AHRC plus guests
Cher Potter from Future Observatory
From Swansea University:
Only a handful of places left! First come first served.
If you are not able to attend, you can still find more information about the call here: https://www.ukri.org/opportunity/green-transition-ecosystems/
Swansea University is very excited to announce that the UKRI’s Arts & Humanities Research Council (AHRC) is inviting proposals to the Green Transition Ecosystem (GTE) funding call, part of their Future Observatory: Design the Green Transition programme.
The AHRC are coming to Swansea University on 18th November to present their Green Transition Ecosystems programme. This event will provide an opportunity for researchers in Wales to meet the funders and learn more about the interdisciplinary design research scheme, as well as network with other colleagues.
Green Transition Ecosystems are large scale projects that focus on translating the best design-led research into real-world benefits. GTEs will address distinct challenges posed by the climate crisis, including but not limited to realising Net Zero goals.
This event will enable you to hear more about GTEs and how they are situated within the wider Future Observatory: Design the Green Transition programme, hear about other opportunities outside of the programme and ask questions to a panel of AHRC and FO representatives.
Agenda for the day
Venue – Abbey Council Chambers, Singleton Campus.
10.00: Arrival and Networking
10.20: Introduction to Future Observatory: Design the Green Transition Programme
10.40: Overview of AHRC design landscape including where the programme sits and spotlighting other opportunities outside of the programme
11.20: Introduction to Green Transition Ecosystems
12.30: Lunch & Networking
13.30: Swansea University Presentations
13.30: AHRC Impact Acceleration Account – the first call projects at Swansea for 2022-23, Professor Jonathan Bradbury with speakers from relevant projects
13.55: Arts, Humanities and Inter-Disciplinary Research at Swansea University on the Environmental Crisis, Professor Kirsti Bohata with speakers from relevant projects
14.20: Welsh Language Research at Swansea University, Professor Tudur Hallam with speakers from relevant projects
15.00: Optional tours to Egypt Centre and Richard Burton Archives (30 minutes)
Contact: Teresa Chambers (Email: firstname.lastname@example.org)