Published: 12 April 2017

Registrations open for risk and uncertainty lectures

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The Institute for Risk and Uncertainty are hosting an Open Lecture Series in Risk and Uncertainty throughout 2017.

The series will examine a number of topics between now and October; from climate change to financial stability.

The lectures will be delivered by outstanding high-profile speakers, as can be seen from the table below.

Lecture Speaker Date / Time Registrations
‘Calculating and Communicating Uncertainty and Risk to Allow Informed Decision Making’ Veronica Bowman, Defence Science and Technology Laboratory 24 April 2017; 17:30

 

 

Registrations open
‘The value of uncertainty in decision making: challenges and lessons learn from addressing climate change.’ Roger Street, University of Oxford, UK Climate Impacts Programme 24 May 2017; 17:30

 

 

Registrations not open
To be confirmed Alex Brazier, Financial Stability Strategy and Risk – Bank of England 24 July 2017; 17:30

 

 

Registrations not open
To be confirmed Richard Clegg, Lloyd’s Register Foundation 11 October 2017; 17:30

 

 

Registrations not open

Each lecture will take place in the Leggate Lecture Theatre to be followed by light refreshments served in the Victoria Gallery and Museum.

Tickets for the lecture series are free. If you would like to attend, please register online.

If you would like more information about the series, please contact Andrea Jones, Administrator, Institute for Risk and Uncertainty.

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