Feb 7 – 11, 2022
Europe/London timezone

The University of Liverpool

View of University campus from University of Liverpool International College -
Credit: Martin Birchall

The workshop will now take place online only - this information is kept on the website to show where the full event would have taken place. 

A member of the Russell Group of major research-intensive universities in the UK, the University of Liverpool has an enviable international reputation for innovative research. Currently around 20,000 students are enrolled into more than 400 programs spanning 54 subject areas at its 3 faculties, including Health and Life Sciences; Humanities and Social Sciences; and Science and Engineering.

Associated with nine Nobel Laureates, the University is recognised for its high-quality teaching and research. Our research collaborations extend worldwide and address many of the grand challenges facing mankind today.

A rich variety of research is performed at Liverpool’s Physics Department, including Particle Physics, Nuclear Physics, Condensed Matter Physics, Surface Science and Astrophysics. Moreover, the University has the lead role in the Cockcroft Institute, an international centre of excellence for accelerator science and technology. Embracing academia, government and industry, it is unique in providing the intellectual focus, educational infrastructure and the essential facilities in innovating tools for scientific discoveries and wealth generation.

The University is driving the city’s knowledge economy through close collaboration with fellow universities, industry and the NHS, helping the Liverpool City Region compete in the global business world. 

Yoko Ono Lennon Centre.

On Monday 7th and Friday 11th the workshop was supposed to be held in the brand new Yoko Ono Lennon Centre, which sits at the corner of Grove Street and Oxford Street on the south side of campus. (see map)

Yoko Ono Lennon Centre architects visual: https://youtu.be/IwHReRcDd0I