#LTAX20

25 & 26 Feb

10:30 - 16:45 | Senate Room, Main Building

Both days will be packed with 10 presentations and 5 research posters from right across the range of degrees that Glasgow has to offer.

Everything has been written for a non-specialist audience.

On each day, you can sign up for:

 

  • a morning ticket (includes lunch) 

  • an afternoon ticket (includes tea/coffee)

  • ...or both!

Tickets are free and open to staff, students, and the general public.

All welcome!

Time
Title
Speaker
Year
Degree
10:30
REGISTRATION & POSTER SESSION
11:00
Welcome address
Prof. Moira Fischbacher-Smith (VP Learning & Teaching)
-
-
11:10
Talking About [X]
Dr Scott Ramsay & Dr Andrew Struan (Co-organisers)
-
-
11:30
Subverting Systems: Cyber-Horror Games and Societal Fears
Lauren Watson
4th
Film and Television
11:50
Is childhood obesity predictable, and therefore preventable?
Louis Chislett
3rd
Statistics
12:10
Myo-aesthetics: Low cost prosthetics for children
Isabella Sheldon & Basel Shihabi
4th
BioEngineering
12:30
LUNCH & POSTER SESSION
13:30
The Apocalypse Censored: Why was 'The War Game' censored in 1965?
Hamish Phelan
4th
History & Politics
13:50
What are young people‘s attitudes towards ethnic diversity in Czechia?
Dominika Chrastilova
4th
Sociology
14:10
Female Sexuality in the Victorian Novel
Ilia Hionidou-Mooney
4th
English Literature
14:30
Using Mindfulness to Challenge State Anxiety Levels in Students, and the Influencing Moderating Effects of Personality
Alejandro Serrano
4th
Psychology
14:50
COFFEE & POSTER SESSION
15:20
Science of The Lost Pigments – Using Roman Pigments to Teach Heritage Science
Craig Sproul
4th
Chemistry
15:40
Rich Veins of Name Research - A survey of Mine-names in the Forest of Dean
Ryan McGeer
4th
English Language
16:00
Women, Cyclones and Periods
Srujanee Mishra
2nd
Economics & Theatre Studies
Time
Title
Speaker
Year
Degree
10:30
REGISTRATION & POSTER SESSION
11:00
Talking About [X]
Dr Maxinne Connolly & Dr Matthew Williamson (Co-organisers)
-
-
11:20
The importance of being ordinary: Harold Wilson’s holidays in the Scilly Isles
Chloe Morris
4th
History and English Literature
11:40
How yoga can be utilised to reduce student anxiety
Kirsty Dickson
5th
Dentistry
12:00
The Effect of VKontakte and Facebook use on the Political Opinion of Russian Students in Glasgow
Ka Leung
4th
Central & Eastern European Studies
12:20
Detecting Rare Lung Allergy Before it Becomes Irreversible
Matthew Cunningham
3rd
Medicine
12:40
LUNCH & POSTER SESSION
13:40
Keynote address
Dr Matthew Williamson (Director, LEADS)
-
-
13:50
An Ethical Critique of Children’s Activity Trackers
Aimee Jewell
3rd
Business Management
14:10
Repurposing the Antidepressant Prozac as a Treatment for White Blood Cell Cancer
Fadel Shougari
4th
Molecular and Cellular Biology
14:30
The objectification of male characters in adolescent fantasy literature
Isabelle Zigrand
4th
English Literature
14:50
COFFEE & POSTER SESSION
15:20
Harnessing the immune response to create a better flu vaccine
Ailish McCafferty
4th
Immunology
15:40
How do former Soviet states market themselves to tourists?
Mark Ross
4th
Central & Eastern European Studies
16:00
Using Nature's Toolkit to Treat the “House on Fire” Disease: Alzheimer's
Kilian Kleemann
3rd
Molecular and Cellular Biology

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Time
Title
Speaker
Year
Degree
10:30
REGISTRATION & POSTER SESSION
11:00
Welcome address
Prof. Moira Fischbacher-Smith (VP Learning & Teaching)
-
-
11:10
Talking About [X]
Dr Scott Ramsay & Dr Andrew Struan (Co-organisers)
-
-
11:30
Subverting Systems: Cyber-Horror Games and Societal Fears
Lauren Watson
4th
Film and Television
11:50
Is childhood obesity predictable, and therefore preventable?
Louis Chislett
3rd
Statistics
12:10
Myo-aesthetics: Low cost prosthetics for children
Isabella Sheldon & Basel Shihabi
4th
BioEngineering
12:30
LUNCH & POSTER SESSION
13:30
The Apocalypse Censored: Why was 'The War Game' censored in 1965?
Hamish Phelan
4th
History & Politics
13:50
What are young people‘s attitudes towards ethnic diversity in Czechia?
Dominika Chrastilova
4th
Sociology
14:10
Female Sexuality in the Victorian Novel
Ilia Hionidou-Mooney
4th
English Literature
14:30
Using Mindfulness to Challenge State Anxiety Levels in Students, and the Influencing Moderating Effects of Personality
Alejandro Serrano
4th
Psychology
14:50
COFFEE & POSTER SESSION
15:20
Science of The Lost Pigments – Using Roman Pigments to Teach Heritage Science
Craig Sproul
4th
Chemistry
15:40
Rich Veins of Name Research - A survey of Mine-names in the Forest of Dean
Ryan McGeer
4th
English Language
16:00
Women, Cyclones and Periods
Srujanee Mishra
2nd
Economics & Theatre Studies
Time
Title
Speaker
Year
Degree
10:30
REGISTRATION & POSTER SESSION
11:00
Talking About [X]
Dr Maxinne Connolly & Dr Matthew Williamson (Co-organisers)
-
-
11:20
The importance of being ordinary: Harold Wilson’s holidays in the Scilly Isles
Chloe Morris
4th
History and English Literature
11:40
How yoga can be utilised to reduce student anxiety
Kirsty Dickson
5th
Dentistry
12:00
The Effect of VKontakte and Facebook use on the Political Opinion of Russian Students in Glasgow
Ka Leung
4th
Central & Eastern European Studies
12:20
Detecting Rare Lung Allergy Before it Becomes Irreversible
Matthew Cunningham
3rd
Medicine
12:40
LUNCH & POSTER SESSION
13:40
Keynote address
Dr Matthew Williamson (Director, LEADS)
-
-
13:50
An Ethical Critique of Children’s Activity Trackers
Aimee Jewell
3rd
Business Management
14:10
Repurposing the Antidepressant Prozac as a Treatment for White Blood Cell Cancer
Fadel Shougari
4th
Molecular and Cellular Biology
14:30
The objectification of male characters in adolescent fantasy literature
Isabelle Zigrand
4th
English Literature
14:50
COFFEE & POSTER SESSION
15:20
Harnessing the immune response to create a better flu vaccine
Ailish McCafferty
4th
Immunology
15:40
How do former Soviet states market themselves to tourists?
Mark Ross
4th
Central & Eastern European Studies
16:00
Using Nature's Toolkit to Treat the “House on Fire” Disease: Alzheimer's
Kilian Kleemann
3rd
Molecular and Cellular Biology

 10:30

 11:00 

 12:30

Registration & posters

Presentations

Lunch & posters

 13:30

Presentations

 14:50

Coffee & posters

 15:20

 16:20

Presentations

Closing remarks

 Agenda

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