UCL Australia 2012 Graduate Research Conference
Thursday, 6 December 2012 from 2:00 PM to 5:00 PM (CST)
Adelaide, South Australia
2012 Graduate Research Conference
On Thursday 6 December, University College London (UCL) is holding its annual Graduate Research Conference in Adelaide.
The Graduate Research Conference is your chance to find out in just ‘three minutes’ what each Masters student has uncovered while studying at UCL, Australia. I am pleased to invite you to join us for the event, as 10 of our graduates take to the podium to present their research findings.
This year’s research projects include:
- Opportunities for new entrant generation technologies in South Australia
- An evaluation of photogrammetry as a geotechnical risk management tool for open-pit mine studies
- Analysis of base and precious metal project finance risks in Africa
- The relationship between petroleum project definition and contracting strategies
- Capturing the benefits of high performance computing for investment decisions in electricity markets
- The precautionary principle and the protection of groundwater in coal seam gas operations in Queensland
- Government initiatives to promote energy efficiency and renewable energy in Trinidad and Tobago
- Is it the case that Distribution network service providers regulated under Price Cap set efficient prices?
- Fiscal Analysis of Production Sharing Contracts in Bangladesh
Please register by clicking on the link below. Feel free to forward the invitation to your colleagues but please note the event capacity is limited and registrations will be accepted on first come first served basis.
I look forward to seeing you there.
Research and Development Manager
University College London (Australia)
Tel: +61 8 8110 9981
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UCL Australia is an integral part of University College London, one of the foremost academic institutions in the world.
The Australian campus was established in 2010 and is home to the School of Energy and Resources, the International Energy Policy Institute and the Mullard Space Science Laboratory, Australia.