The Grantham workshop series aims to serve as the hub for research on climate change and the environment at the London School of Economics (LSE). It provides a platform for LSE researchers across disciplines and departments to receive feedback on ongoing research projects, to exchange ideas and to identify opportunities for collaboration.
The Grantham Workshop welcomes presentations on research projects that are currently in progress. Ideally, these should be projects that have developed beyond the initial idea stage, but which have not yet been published. This provides presenters with the opportunity to discuss their preliminary results with peers in an open format.
The Grantham Workshop is hosted fortnightly on Thursdays from 12:30 to 14:00 (UK time) throughout the academic year and is in a hybrid format. A biannual call for potential speakers will be in July and February of each year. This will go out to the Grantham Research Institute’s workshop mailing list. Presentations can be short (45 minutes) or long (90 minutes). Where possible the Institute will arrange for one or two discussants. Depending on the project, discussants can be chosen to provide disciplinary feedback and/or to promote interdisciplinary exchange.
The Grantham Workshop is only open to LSE researchers and alumni. Forthcoming workshops will be announced on this page with location of the in-person event. No pre-registration required to attend the workshop in person. If you wish to attend the workshop online or want to be kept informed about upcoming workshops, please sign up to our workshop mailing list.
If you are interested in presenting at a future workshop, please contact Marion Dumas (firstname.lastname@example.org).
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