The webpage for ITT7 will be available from 29th Jan
The SLS has three scheduled timeslots a week. To find out what is taking place in each session, see the timetable (updated weekly).
ITT7 will take place between Monday 29th January and Friday 2nd February, at the BRLSI in Bath City Centre. The industrial partners for the ITT are National Physical Laboratory and the Environment Agency.
The National Physical Laboratory (NPL) is the UK's National Measurement Institute, and is a world-leading centre of excellence in developing and applying the most accurate measurement standards, science and technology available.- Taken from the
What Is NPL?page, 23/10/17.
[The Environment Agency] were established in 1996 to protect and improve the environment. Within England [they're] responsible for: regulating major industry and waste, treatment of contaminated land, water quality and resources, fisheries, inland river, estuary and harbour navigations, conservation and ecology. [They] are also responsible for managing the risk of flooding from main rivers, reservoirs, estuaries and the sea.- Taken from the
About Uspage, 23/10/17.
NATIONAL PHYSICIAL LABORATORY VISIT: National Physical Laboratory visited us on the afternoon of Wednesday 1st November; to present the problems for ITT7. The slides from the visit are available in the resources section.
ENVIRONMENT AGENCY VISIT: The Environment Agency visited us on the 9th of November. The slides from the visit are available in the resources section.
Resources used in SLS sessions will be accessible from here. This will include any presentations produced for SLS sessions; or materials such as papers for viewing before a session.
In the event that an SLS session is unused, there are a number of other seminar series that are well worth attending. These include: