I have been meaning to write this post for a while (but I foolishly let my assignments build up):
On the 12th-13th April, I attended the British Conference of Undergraduate research, where I presented my UROS project on the statistical analysis of a tapped granular column.
Awkward old me next to my UROS poster
I attended many talks throughout the two days, looking first at people who attended from the University of Lincoln, followed by (if possible) physics students, the set up of the parallel sessions demanded that each person had an interdisciplinary experience, which definitely enriched the conference and made it memorable. The parallel sessions I attended on day one were (with all four/three talks listed in each bullet point):
- 1. Gender Differences in Estimating Self and Peer Physical Attractiveness — Heather Sunderland, University of Lincoln; 2. Variability of the Deep Scattering Layers of the Southern Ocean — Linsey Mortimer…
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