CPHC Conference 2019

The 2019 CPHC Conference is due to be held on Monday 29th and Tuesday 30th April 2019 at Middlesex University The event is due to start with parallel Workshops on the morning of Monday 29th April: 10.00-12:30 New Heads Workshop – Dr Iain Phillips (Loughborough University) with Dr Atif Waraich (Liverpool John Moores University) and Dr Nick Savage (University of Portsmouth). For more information, click here 10.30-12:00 New Professors Workshop – Prof. Sally Fincher (CPHC Chair & University of Kent) with Prof. Anna Cox (UCL). For more information, click here The main Conference start time is 12:30 and will close at approximately 15:30 on Tuesday 30th April following a choice of further Workshops from 13:45 to 15:30: IoC Workshop For more information, click here Athena SWAN – Professor Carron Shankland  For more information, click here Engagement with UKRI For more information, click here The main Conference programme includes: Panel discussions on Cyber Security in teaching & research and the Institute of Coding, EPSRC update, view from Wonkhe, the Royal Society, UKCRC and the research horizon, KEF update and BCS Education strategy update (including National Centre for Computing Education). The full Conference programme may be found here. As with previous Conferences there will also be a Conference Dinner on the evening of Monday 29th April at the RAF Museum. You will be able to indicate on the booking system whether you wish to bring a guest. Please complete all of the necessary sections so that we can arrange adequate catering requirements.The costs are as follows
Days 1 & 2 (inc the Conference and Dinner) £100
Day 1 only (no Dinner) £40
Dinner guest £45
Day 2 only £40
Bookings may be made using the link below.  Please complete all of the necessary sections so that we can arrange adequate catering requirements: https://cphcconf2019.eventbrite.co.uk Information on hotels near to the Conference venue may be found here.
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