The SRF normally hosts meetings in the following pattern:
Odd numbered years - full residential conferences, usually over three days close to Easter. These conference revolve around a central theme and feature both keynote lectures, parallel sessions, our AGM and the Gowland Lecture (our annual public lecture).
Even numbered years - a shorter 24 hour meeting in late summer, usually on a single theme with a single speaker.
Due to the COVID-19 epidemic there will be a lot of disruption to this pattern. Please check here or on our social media channels for updates.
Our last meeting was held online on the theme 'Humans do Science: the Created Co-creator in a Strange World’. Prof. Tom McLeish of the University of York was our speaker.
August 28th 2020
Our 2019 conference was on the topic of Artificial Intelligence and was held at St John's College, Durham over two days.
April 11th-13th 2019