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Life at a Start-up

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The Hughes Hall Postdoctoral Research Group presents the seminar Life at a Start-up aimed at students and early career researchers.

Have you ever wonder how it is like working at a start-up? Are you considering a career change and you are pondering moving to the start-up scene? Do you want to learn the differences between working in academia or in a start-up? Do you want to start your own one?

Then you have come to the right place. Life at a Start-up is a seminar is designed to answer these and any other question about the life at a start-up and what it takes to be successful.

We will have the pleasure to hear about the personal experiences of three guest speakers with a recognized track-record in the start-up scene. They will share their advice with us during short presentations. At the end of the seminar, we will have a round table discussion where the attendees will be able to pose questions to the panel how is like to work at a start-up.

List of speakers:
  • Jo Evershed, CEO at Cauldron Science
  • Rhodri Thomas, CEO at Spectral Edge Ltd.
  • Andrew J. Ferguson, Head of Physics, Evonetix
  • Josephine Socratous, Research Engineer, FlexEnable
  • 6:30-7:30 Guest speakers (15 min talks)
  • 7:30- 7:50 Round Table
  • 7:50-8:30 Networking with the speakers

This talk is part of the Life at a Start-up series.

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