We are delighted to be returning to an in-person event. This year’s Autumn Symposium will be held on Friday, 2 December at Maynooth University. The event is organised by Helen Shaw and Nick Scroxton of the Irish Climate Analysis and Research UnitS (ICARUS) and Department of Geography at Maynooth. The theme of the symposium is Research from the past – Impact for the future.
Although registration is at the meeting we would appreciate it for our planning if you could let us know if you intend to come in the form at https://forms.office.com/r/deF8tHgZ1M
There won’t be facilities to handle card payments so would appreciate if you would bring cash.
Location: The symposium is being held at Maynooth University in the TSI building (Building 30 on the map), Room 1.25 (up the stairs to the end of the corridor). A map of Maynooth campus is here https://www.maynoothuniversity.ie/sites/default/files/assets/document/Campus%20Map%2C%20Index%20%26%20Venues%20_3.pdf
Getting here: Maynooth campus is easily accessible by train from Dublin and on the Sligo line to the west, as well as various bus services to nearby towns and the airport.
Parking: Parking on campus is limited, there are pay and display car parks listed on the map (Colour coded in blue), but they do tend to fill up quite early in the morning.
Lunch: We have reserved a table at Pugin Hall (number 16 on the map) and we hope that you will join us for lunch and discussions. Lunch is a self-service canteen style with hot and cold choices, vegetarian and (usually) vegan options. Please bring separate funds for lunch, as this is not provided as part of the registration. There are other options, from supermarket sandwiches to coffee shops and restaurants in the town, if you prefer.
Programme timings and sessions (Full programme to follow)
|09:00-10:30||Session 1: Irish Quaternary|
|11:00-12:45||Session 2: Sea-Level
Keynote by Jason Kirby, Liverpool John Moores University
|14:00-15:45||Session 3: International Quaternary and Impacts
|15:45-16:00||Close and IQUA awards and prizes