Events

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Conferences

On these pages you will find details of conferences and other large-scale events held at, or organised by, City, University of London.

Upcoming events

  1. City Summer Sounds

    City Summer Sounds is our annual three-week music festival, open to all and free to attend. The festival celebrates the talented performers and composers from the City community, past and present, featuring students, staff and alumni.

  2. Workshop on Economic Science with Heterogeneous Interacting Agents

    The Workshop on Economic Science with Heterogeneous Interacting Agents (WEHIA) is the annual conference of the Society for Economic Studies with Heterogeneous Interacting Agents. WEHIA 2019 represents a unique opportunity to present and discuss the latest research on various aspects of the economy as a complex system made up of heterogeneous interacting agents.

  3. Learning at City Conference

    The overall theme for the conference focuses on Promoting Student Success. Providing support for students in higher education is a key factor to them succeeding in their studies. This support may come from a range of people and be influenced by a range of factors.

  4. 11th International Conference on Compressors and their Systems

    Following the success of the 10th London International Compressor Conference the 11th in this series will again be extended to cover three full days. The programme will include a full session dedicated to industrial issues of a non-technical nature, in addition to the traditional keynote addresses, research and technical papers, podium papers and discussions.

  5. International Conference: The Jack-Up Platform

    Jack-Up Platforms are used for the exploration and operation of offshore oil and gas fields as well as for servicing fixed platforms. The dynamic nature of Jack-Up platforms, both in terms of their response to loading in a principally harsh environment and in their changing role as platforms, which are increasingly used for long term assignments, means that although there is a growing body of literature for offshore structures, there are several areas of behaviour relating to the Jack-Up platform which are not well understood. This remains a very important issue since these structures contribute to a significant part of offshore engineering activity around the world.