Knowledge Exchange Events

We are committed to disseminate our research outcomes widely to non-academic public, via a series of knowledge exchange activities.


Royal Society of Edinburgh, 13 April 2017, 10am–12.15pm

Modeling Beyond Standard Model Physics

Join Michela Massimi and CERN physicists Alan Barr, Jon Butterworth, Tiziano Camporesi, Monica D’Onofrio at the RSE for a half-day workshop on some of the methodological challenges, philosophical implications, and experimental prospects for the search of Beyond Standard Model Physics.

Please see the full poster and the programme here.

For the abstracts of the talks please click here.

To join the audience of this free of charge event please register using the link here.

Edinburgh International Science Festival 2017, 13 April 2017, 5.30pm (90 minutes), Auditorium, National Museum of Scotland.

The Hunt for Supersymmetric Particles

Our project features in the Edinburgh Science Festival 2017 with a dedicated panel discussion event with CERN physicists from both ATLAS and CMS experiment at CERN, chaired by science journalist David Malone. Join us for the latest news from Run2 at LHC, and in particular on the state of art concerning the search for supersymmetric particles.

For tickets, and info please click here 

michelacaseykid_smiling-206Explorathon 2016, Whale Arts Centre, Edinburgh, 1 October 2016

Building models in science

Our team, led by Michela Massimi, takes part in this year’s Explorathon 2016, our largest ever celebration for European Researchers’ Night across Scotland. This event is for 5-11 years old children, and it is a journey through the importance of models in science. By building a (take-home) DNA model, we  explore how scientists use models as standpoints to investigate nature.

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HTLGI-logo-festival-calendar-HowTheLightGetsIn 2016, Hay-on-Wye (28-29 May 2016)

HowTheLightGetsIn is the annual Philosophy and Music International Festival at Hay on Wye. Michela Massimi will feature in three events, including two roundtables with CERN physicist John Ellis and Oxford chemist Peter Atkins.

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