Public lecture series
Understanding ancient worlds: how can geosciences and environmental sciences influence archaeology?
The 2022/23 monthly Lecture Series will be held in the Wallace Lecture Theatre (Room 0.13), Main Building. Lectures begin at 18:30.
You do not need to book a ticket for the events.
|12 December 2023||Professor Nicki Whitehouse- University of Glasgow||Why is archaeology important to our contemporary environmental challenges?|
|14 November 2023||Dr Tim Young (Cardiff University)||Clearing the smoke: science and early ironmaking|
|10 October 2023||Dr Mélanie Roffet-Salque (University of Bristol)||Advancing the application of lipids in archaeological and palaeoenvironmental reconstruction|
|12 September 2023||Professor Martin Bell (Reading University)||The Geoarchaeology of the Severn Estuary - the John Allen legacy.|
|9 May 2023||Dr Steve Smith (Oxford University)||Net zero and beyond: the role of CO2 removal|
|18 April 2023||Prof. Jianzhong Wu (Cardiff University)||Integrated energy infrastructure driving the Net Zero transition|
|14 March 2023||Muneta Grace Kangara (Nottingham University)||Meeting food and nutrition security needs of a growing population|
|14 February 2023||Dr Caroline Wainwright (Cardiff University)||The challenges of seasonal rainfall: Understanding the challenges of rainfall dependence in climates where it doesn’t rain year round|
|13 December 2022||Dr Tracy Shimmield (BGS Edinburgh) and Prof. Chris MacLeod (Cardiff University)||Chris will explore seafloor sulphide deposits on the Mid-Atlantic Ridge. There will be a pre-recorded talk from Tracy on 'Mining the seafloor' followed by a Q&A.|
|8 November 2022||Dr Eva Marquis (Camborne School of Mines, Exeter University)||Finding balance in the green transition|
|11 October 2022||Professor Wolfgang Maier (Cardiff University)||Minerals for the energy transition: on-shore resources|
|13 September 2022||Dr Joel C. Gill (Cardiff University)||The future we want: how do we deliver it?|
Our on-campus parking rules have changed. Parking at the Bute Car Park will only be available free of charge to attendees who submit their vehicle registration number. A sign-in sheet will be available during the lectures. Please record your details at every event.
The Main Building car park is available to blue badge holders only. Parking is very limited and there are 5 designated accessible parking bays. Visitors can reserve a parking space in advance by contacting email@example.com.
Public street parking is available along Park Place and Museum Avenue. Charges apply before 19:00.
If you have any questions about this event, please contact Professor Dianne Edwards at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Should you require the Q&A sessions to be in Welsh, please email email@example.com at least two weeks before the event.