A series of seminars, interactive lectures and practical workshops will be used to stimulate thought and discussion.
Students will have the opportunity to work in groups to research and present their own ideas in formal and informal situations.
There will also be a guest speaker and a visit
Sean Elvidge completed his PhD, which involved investigating new techniques in ionospheric modelling, at the University of Birmingham. He is currently a lecturer in Space Environment in the Space Environment and Radio Engineering (SERENE) group at Birmingham University.
Stuart Pirrie is studying for a PhD as a member of the Nuclear Physics Research Group at the University of Birmingham. His research area is in experimental low-energy physics.