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Research Seminar: “Condition Monitoring and Fatigue Life of Pipeline Girth Welds”

You are cordially invited to Ayodeji Olamide’s research seminar entitled “Condition Monitoring and Fatigue Life of Pipeline Girth Welds” on Monday, 11th December at 14:00 in NW101 in Newton, Avenue Campus . Ayodeji is a student at the Faculty of Arts , Science and Technology and the aim of his study is to develop a parametric computational model to predict fatigue crack life and aid a better understanding of embedded and surface cracks in ultra-deepwater pipeline girth welds.

All Welcome

Research seminar – Conservation ecology of West Africa’s montane forest habitats – seed dispersers and their substitutes.

nmfpYou are cordially invited to a research seminar on Friday 13th January at 1300 in NW205.

Dr Hazel Chapman, Associate Professor at the University of Canterbury (UC) New Zealand, will be visiting the University of Northampton to talk about the Nigerian Montane Forest Project (NMFP), introducing the NMFP and presenting research aimed at understanding how seed dispersal processes are changing in response to forest fragmentation and hunting. Read the rest of this entry

Seminar: Review of Selected Inorganic Surface Water Quality Monitoring Practices

Submitted by Professor Ian Foster

A Review of Selected Inorganic Surface Water Quality Monitoring Practices — Do We Really Know What We’re Doing?

P1000768This seminar, hosted by the Department of Environmental and Geographical Sciences, is presented by Professor Art Horowitz, formerly of the United States Geological Survey.  Art is a brilliant speaker and has a lifetime’s experience designing monitoring networks for the US government so the seminar promises to be both interesting and fun.

Date: Monday 18th July

Time: 1pm-3pm

Venue: NW101

If you have any questions about the event or to book a place please contact Ian Foster.

Seminar: Vehicle dynamics and safety research at Coventry University: Date change!

Submitted by Prof Stefan Kaczmarczyk

Please note that the date of this seminar has been changed to Monday 11th April.

Speaker: Mike Blundell, Professor of Vehicle Dynamics and Impact, Centre for Mobility and Transport, Coventry University.

Date: Monday 4th April 2016 New date Monday 11th April

Time: 13:30 – 14:30

Venue: NW101, Avenue Campus
Refreshments will be available before and after the presentation.

vehicle safetyProfessor Mike Blundell will talk about the research he has supervised at Coventry University covering the general areas of vehicle dynamics and safety.

For the full details please see the original post.

 

Seminar: A monstrous child; childhood disability and the making of the human

Submitted by Sharon Meredith, Institute of Health and Wellbeing

Institute of Health and Wellbeing logoSpeaker: Dr Katherine Runswick-Cole, Senior Research Fellow in Disability Studies & Psychology, Manchester Metropolitan University

Date: Wednesday 13 April 2016, 1-2 pm

Venue: Sulgrave, S029, Park Campus, The University of Northampton

A sandwich lunch will be provided.

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Seminar: Vehicle dynamics and safety research at Coventry University

Submitted by Prof Stefan Kaczmarczyk

Speaker: Mike Blundell, Professor of Vehicle Dynamics and Impact, Centre for Mobility and Transport, Coventry University.

Date: Monday 4th April 2016 New date Monday 11th April

Time: 13:30 – 14:30

Venue: NW101, Avenue Campus
Refreshments will be available before and after the presentation.

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January IoHW lunchtime seminar

The Institute of Health and Wellbeing‘s January lunchtime seminar is titled What the psychology of extreme environments can tell us about the psychology of everyday life and is presented by Dr Emma Barrett. Read on for full details.

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Engineering seminar:

Submitted by Professor Stefan Kaczmarczyk

Title: The influence of probe fill factor during boiler tube inspection using electro-magnetic non-destructive testing

Speaker: Dr Jonhson Angelo, Federal University of ABC, Brazil/ Visiting Research Fellow at the University of Northampton

Date: Monday 23rd November 2015
Time: 13:00 – 14:00
Venue: NW101, Avenue Campus

The aim of this talk is to show the importance and influence of the probe fill factor during inspection of boiler tubes when using electromagnetic non-destructive testing techniques. This is demonstrated by the results of finite element (FE) modelling and simulation test.

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June Lunchtime Seminar – The Family and its Discontents: The meaning of Love in the Age of Alzheimer’s

The Institute of Health and Wellbeing presents its June Lunchtime Seminar:

The Family and its Discontents: The meaning of Love in the Age of Alzheimer’s
Wednesday 11th June 2014, 1-2pm
Sunley Conference Centre
University of Northampton (Park Campus)

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