Centres for Doctoral Training (CDTs) fund students to support their technical and transferrable skills training, as well as research. The Turing intends to create opportunities to enrich and engage the multi-disciplinary CDT student community in a way which builds their research experience and fosters interaction and collaboration at a national level. This partnership between a network of CDTs and convened by the Turing Institute is badged under the umbrella term Connections.
Connections is pleased to host the first Turing CDT conference on Wednesday 9 and Thursday 10 November 2022.
About the event
The event was targeted at current PhD students enrolled with Centre's for Doctoral Training (CDTs) and aimed to:
- establish new student-student connections across the CDT landscape
- enable a better understanding of the national research landscape and breadth of CDT research
- enable further knowledge of future career options and exposure to relevant stakeholders
Sessions across the two days included:
- Career and industry panels
- Skills sessions
You can view the full agenda online.