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SATURDAY 1ST FEBRUARY 2020

The day consisted of 4 talks which were broken up by lunch and workshops. With the morning talks given by Prof. Ji-Seon Kim (on Soft Electronic Materials) and Dr Heather Graven (on the testing of atmospheric, oceanic and biospheric models with chemical tracers). Followed by an option of attending one of two workshops: LGBTQIA+ workshop & LaTeX tutorial.

In the afternoon, we had talks from Dr. Chiara Cammarota (on 'Disordered Systems') and Dr. Tana Joseph (on outreach & public engagement in Science). Followed by a Panel on representation in Physics.

SATURDAY 30TH MARCH 2019

An amazing day filled with an attentive audience, wonderful speakers & inspiring panellists. The day consisted of 4 talks which were broken up by lunch and workshops. With the morning talks given by Dr Aliaksandra Rakovich (on 'Nano Bio-photonics: A journey through nano-bio interfaces') and Prof. Carla Figueira de Morissom Faria (on 'Unravelling the extreme: matter in intense laser fields and the physics of ultrashort time scaled'). Followed by an option of attending one of three workshops: How to meditate, wiki editing, and confident & killing it: level up.

In the afternoon, we had talks from Dr. Samantha Hood (on 'Developing mentoring relationships') and Dr. Francesca Day (on 'Science, creativity, and stereotypes'). Followed by a Panel on the landscape of equality in physics.

SATURDAY 10TH MARCH 2018

The day consisted of 4 talks which were broken up by lunch and workshops. With the morning talks given by Dr Margaret Harris (on 'Careers in Physics: For Women, For All) and Dr Rachael Padman (on 'A Career in Physics: from electrical engineering to university politics, via radio-astronomy'). Followed by an option of attending one of two workshops: Unconscious Bias Training or Self-Confidence.

In the afternoon, we had talks from Divya M. Persaud (on 'Taking a "SpaceWOC" - A journey in Space Science and Beyond') and Prof. Carla Molteni (on 'From Green Tea to Snow Crystals'). Followed by a Panel in The Future of Physics in Academia.

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