Events

  1. Events
  2. 2018
  3. October

October

  • Oct

    1

    Monday

    Staff; Students; Alumni

    Claudia Oblassser discusses the use of vibrating vaginal balls for pelvic floor muscle rehabilitation after childbirth.

  • Oct

    2

    Tuesday

    Seminars

    Staff; Students; Academics

    seminar by Lorenzo Bianchi (QMUL) for the Department of Mathematics, City, University of London

  • Oct

    2

    Tuesday

    Public

    This presentation will describe the reasons for the increased use of web-push methods, followed by a discussion of the significant new challenges that web-push methods present to survey methodologists, drawing examples from countries throughout the world.

  • Oct

    2

    Tuesday

    Public; Staff; Students; Alumni; Prospective Postgraduates; Prospective Undergraduates; Academics

    This lecture explores the ways in which Hitler and the Nazis imagined a future war.

  • Oct

    2

    Tuesday

    Lectures

    Public

    Professor Suzanne Franks will interview Sir Harold Evans on his book, his career in journalism and his hopes and fears for the industry in the future.

  • Oct

    2

    Tuesday

    Concerts

    Public

    The creative young ensemble returns to City (site of its debut in 2017) with new work by visual/live artist Rowland Hill and composer Louis D’Heudieres, alongside a ambitious new 45 minute piece by composer Charlie Usher.

  • Oct

    3

    Wednesday

    Seminars

    Staff; Students; Academics

    Seminar by Joe Steer for the Research Centre for Machine Learning, School of Mathematics, Computer Science & Engineering, City, University of London

  • Oct

    5

    Friday

    Concerts

    Public

    Ian Pace performs Ravel's virtuoso piano suite, alongside works by Chopin and Debussy.

  • Oct

    6

    Saturday

    Open days

    Public; Prospective Undergraduates

    Open Days are a fantastic opportunity to visit City, University of London to find out if it is the right choice for you. Visit our Open Day in October 2018.

  • Oct

    8

    Monday

    Staff; Students; Alumni

    Jane Marshall discusses their finding on EVA Park as part of the research seminar series.

  • Oct

    8

    Monday

  • Oct

    8

    Monday

    Public; Staff; Students; Alumni; Prospective Postgraduates; Prospective Undergraduates; Academics

    This is a free educational event shown under the 1988 Copyright Act and is available to audience of students, staff and other persons directly connected with the activities of the establishment.

  • Oct

    9

    Tuesday

    Seminars

    Staff; Students

    Seminar by Dr Dimitrios Papadaskalopoulos from Imperial College London for Research Centre for Systems & Control, MCSE, City, University of London

  • Oct

    10

    Wednesday

    Seminars

    Public

    Prof Emmanuel Guerre discusses nonparametric identification of independent private value first price auction models, in which the analyst only observes winning bids.

  • Oct

    10

    Wednesday

    Seminars

    Staff; Students; Academics

    Seminar by Oliver Armitage and Hailey Eustace for the Research Centre for Machine Learning, School of Mathematics, Computer Science and Engineering, City, University of London

  • Oct

    10

    Wednesday

    Public; Staff; Students; Alumni; Academics

    Sir John Cass’s Foundation Lecture, Delivered by Professor Frances Corner OBE, Fashioning Futures: How fashion education can impact social mobility

  • Oct

    11

    Thursday

    Public

    Patrick Sturgis of the University of Southampton will discuss a paper assessing the extent to which interviewers affect the time respondents take to answer survey questions.

  • Oct

    15

    Monday

    Staff; Students; Alumni

    In this seminar, Professor Amanda Burls will present the empirical data on how the current app is being used and has been taken up by the NHS and present the new version of the app.

  • Oct

    15

    Monday

    Lectures

    Public

    This event is about the journalists who report on humanitarian crises today. It launches a major new report from Martin Scott, Kate Wright and Mel Bunce and will be followed by a screening of ‘Another News Story’

  • Oct

    15

    Monday

    Panel Discussions

    Public; Staff; Students; Alumni; Prospective Postgraduates; Prospective Undergraduates; Academics

    The screening will be followed by a discussion of the themes raised by the film which will be led by Katharine Round who produced and directed the film

  • Oct

    16

    Tuesday

    Seminars

    Staff; Students; Academics

    Seminar by Dr Ioannis Konstantelosfrom Imperial College London for the Research Centre for Systems & Control, City, University of London

  • Oct

    16

    Tuesday

    Seminars

    Staff; Students; Academics

    Seminar by Andrea De Luca (Oxford)

  • Oct

    16

    Tuesday

    Concerts

    Public

    Composer-performer Clancy performs an extended drone-based work for analog synthesizers and projected text, exploring the diverse range of journeys that Irish people have undertaken to England, both historically and in more recent times.

  • Oct

    17

    Wednesday

    Seminars

    Public

    this paper examines various rationales for regulation of temporary migrant work connected to trade in services, understood previously as ‘posted work’ in an EU context.

  • Oct

    17

    Wednesday

  • Oct

    17

    Wednesday

    Seminars

    Staff; Students; Academics

    Seminar by Rose Prior for the Research Centre for Machine Learning, School of Mathematics, Computer Science and Engineering, City, University of London

  • Oct

    19

    Friday

    Seminars

    Staff; Students; Alumni; Academics

    . For some, the calling of a referendum itself was democratically unjust; to others the referendum epitomised the very essence of a just democratic process for both the UK and the European Union more widely

  • Oct

    19

    Friday

  • Oct

    22

    Monday

    Public; Staff; Students; Alumni; Prospective Postgraduates; Prospective Undergraduates; Academics

    Francesca Martinez will talk to those of us who are interested in an inclusive approach to health about the beauty of diversity. Students studying the social determinants of health and interested in the challenges of the social divide are particularly welcome to consider Francesca's valuable perspective.

  • Oct

    22

    Monday

    Workshops

    Staff; Students; Academics

    Set Research Free | The Research and Entereprise Office at City is running a series of sessions during International Open Access Week for City academics, resarchers and research students.

  • Oct

    22

    Monday

    Seminars

    Public

    Join us for this session hosted by City University of London about how stories shape and define us

  • Oct

    22

    Monday

    Public; Staff; Students; Alumni; Prospective Postgraduates; Prospective Undergraduates; Academics

    Dr Daniel Bessner will discuss his new book on Hans Speier with Prof Inderjeet Parmar and Dr Or Rosenboim, Dept of International Politics, City, University of London.

  • Oct

    22

    Monday

    Public; Staff; Students; Alumni; Prospective Postgraduates; Prospective Undergraduates; Academics

    This film will be shown to an educational audience consisting of staff and students of City, University of London and other persons directly connected with the experience and study of health and social care who wish to engage in this educational event.

  • Oct

    23

    Tuesday

    Seminars

    Staff; Academics

    Seminar by Dr Eric Kerrigan, Imperial College London for the Research Centre for Systems & Control, City, University of London

  • Oct

    23

    Tuesday

    Seminars

    Public; Staff; Students

    Our presenters, the Leveys, were the lead designers and faculty for this historic program and will share data and insights regarding the profoundly practical relevance of such extra-ordinary human development.

  • Oct

    23

    Tuesday

    Seminars

    Staff; Students; Academics

    Seminar by Pascal Simon (Paris Sud) for the Department of Mathematics, City, University of London

  • Oct

    24

    Wednesday

  • Oct

    24

    Wednesday

    Public

    The movie explores the business of academic publishing, developments such as the website Sci-hub and how the academic community might respond

  • Oct

    24

    Wednesday

    Lectures

    Public

    Join us at City University of London with guest speaker Thomas Buckner on to discuss his long term collaborations with pioneers in electronic, computer and improvised music over the past 50 years.

  • Oct

    24

    Wednesday

    Public; Staff; Students; Alumni; Prospective Postgraduates; Prospective Undergraduates; Academics

    Cass Global Women's Leadership Programme

  • Oct

    24

    Wednesday

    Alumni Events

    Students; Alumni; Prospective Postgraduates; Prospective Undergraduates

    Alumni Networking Dinner in Doha

  • Oct

    24

    Wednesday

    Lectures

    Public

    Panel discussion chaired by Professor Heather Booke on undercover journalism

  • Oct

    26

    Friday

    Panel Discussions

    Public; Staff; Students; Academics

    Centre for Competition and Regulatory Policy Round Table

  • Oct

    26

    Friday

    Lectures

    Public; Staff; Students; Alumni

    Join us at City, University London for a discussion from Writer, poet, theatre maker, artist and Douglas Caster Cultural Fellow at the University of Leeds, Malika Booker

  • Oct

    29

    Monday

    Public

    Join us as we celebrate City’s 8th annual green week. We are hosting whole load of events for students with a chance to get involved and find out more about sustainability here at City and beyond.

  • Oct

    29

    Monday

    Lectures

    Public; Staff; Students; Alumni; Academics

    Mais Lecture 2018 Delivered by José Manuel Barroso

  • Oct

    30

    Tuesday

    Seminars

    Staff; Students; Academics

    Seminar by Thomas Morstyn, Research Fellow, Department of Engineering Science at the University of Oxford for the Research Centre for Systems & Control, City, University of London

  • Oct

    30

    Tuesday

    Concerts

    Public

    Ensemble x.y presents a programme of musical miniatures and musical minutiae, including twenty-one one-minute commissions.

  • Oct

    31

    Wednesday

    Seminars

    Public

    Find out about Tokyo's plans to become the world's leading financial and environmental city and the educational and employment opportunities this offers.

  • Oct

    31

    Wednesday

    Seminars

    Staff; Students; Academics

    Seminar by Sylvia Smit for the Research Centre for Machine Learning, School of Mathematics, Computer Science and Engineering, City, University of London

  • Oct

    31

    Wednesday

    Seminars

    Public

    These two facets of sovereignty – the legal doctrine and its underlying political conviction – have become so deeply intertwined in legal consciousness that they now cannot easily be unravelled. This becomes the main barrier to thinking constructively about Britain’s constitutional arrangements. In this presentation I will seek to substantiate this argument. I do so by explaining how the doctrine of parliamentary sovereignty came into being, demonstrating how the legal doctrine is tied to a deeper political conviction, showing that the political underpinnings of the doctrine have been considerably weakened over the last century and more, and indicating how a re-working of the meaning of sovereignty is the precondition of constitutional renewal.

  • Oct

    31

    Wednesday

    Concerts

    Public

    City's sound art research centre SPARC launches its new record label, with performances by Claudia Molitor, Alison Blunt, Tullis Rennie, Angus Carlyle and Mark Peter Wright.