Royal Institution/Bristol Masterclasses 202418 Jan 2024, by Sponsored events in
27 January 2024 – 16 March 2024
University of the West of England, Bristol, UK
Supported by The Heilbronn Institute Small Grants Scheme
The Royal Institution Masterclass programme opens young people’s eyes to the diversity of mathematics, engineering and computer science. Through series of hands-on extra-curricular workshops, students all over the UK meet to explore these subjects in new and exciting ways.
Throughout a Masterclass series, students meet a range of speakers and volunteer helpers, giving them insight into possible careers and helping them to see that the science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) subjects are for everyone. The Royal Institution Masterclasses aim to inspire students to continue their interest and engagement into the future. The Royal Institution work with dedicated contributors who take on a variety of roles to make Masterclasses happen in their area.
Rachel Beddoes (MEI): Introduction to group theory
Nicholas Brusby and Natasha Collingham (Rolls-Royce Plc): Maths of flying machines
Tom Murdoch (GCHQ): Cryptography
Oliver Johnson (Bristol): Number crunching
Nikki Sonenberg (Heilbronn Research Fellow): How do computers learn?
Chris Budd (Bath): Mathematical origami