28 June 2019
Arena and Convention Centre Liverpool
Europe/London timezone

For further information please contact Zuzana Oriou

Particle accelerators have numerous applications across many fields including fundamental research, medicine, electronics, environment and energy.

In this Symposium, world-leading scientists from across Europe will discuss how advances in accelerator research are driving innovation across a wide range of sectors and creating huge benefits for both science and society. Each speaker will provide unique insight into their current research and showcase their vision for future developments and applications.

In addition, an international best-selling author and educator will highlight the importance of art and creative subjects working alongside scientific disciplines in order for society to innovate and solve the big challenges it faces.

They will be joined by Fellows from the European networks OMA and AVA, as well as researchers from the LIV.DAT centre for Big Data Science who will present the results of their research and share their fascination for science through hands-on demonstrations. 

All presentations can be followed by web live-stream.

Further information:

The OMA and AVA projects have received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under the Marie Skłodowska-Curie grant agreement No 675265 (OMA) and  No 721559 (AVA).

The LIV.DAT training centre is supported by the Science and Technology Facilities Council (STFC) and hosted by the University of Liverpool and Liverpool John Moores University / Astrophysics Research Institute.


Arena and Convention Centre Liverpool
Kings Dock, Liverpool Waterfront L3 4FP UK

Registration is now closed but the Symposium will be live streamed around the world for free between 10:15 and 13:00 (GMT+1) on Friday 28th June 2019.

To receive a link to watch the live stream, register your interest by visiting: https://acceleratorssymposium.eventbrite.com

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