Ummahtic Inspiration

The 1st IMASE Young Muslim Researchers Colloquium

Are you a researcher? A PhD student? A final year undergraduate wanting to pursue research?

Muslim researchers of all disciplinary backgrounds are invited to take part in our first research gathering designed to build bridges solely within our academic community.

During the afternoon there will be the opportunity to present your research (such that it is accessible by the non-specialist), exchange experiences and develop new relationships of learning that could potentially extend to formal research collaborations.

The International Muslim Association of Scientists and Engineers (IMASE) is a network of scholars, researchers, students and professionals who work together to nurture and exploit knowledge, with an Islamic framework, for the benefit of humanity. We believe that research activity should be encouraged, supported and appreciated since learning is a vital part of Islamic culture and heritage. Please refer to our website www.imase.org for further details of our current initiatives and what work our voluntary network has undertaken in the past.

Light Refreshments will be available.
 
More info :
http://www.imase.org/component/option,com_simpleboard/Itemid,37/func,view/id,19/catid,6/

Time:
1pm to 6pm

Date:
Saturday 26th November

Contact:
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0780 362 7576

Venue:
Room 1.13
First Floor
Franklin Wilkins Building
Stamford Street
Waterloo Campus
King's College London

Nearest Tube:
Waterloo/Temple