Glasgow Tour: Friday, 6 October
This is a free trip for delegates wanting to experience Glasgow. Please email email@example.com to book a place. There are limited places on a first come, first served basis.
This trip is organised by Dr Scott Watson, Lecturer in Electronic & Photonic Devices, University of Glasgow.
10am - Meet at University of Glasgow Main Gate (or nearby sheltered place given the Scottish weather in October), G12 8QQ.
10:05am - Walk through the cloisters, quadrangles, and surrounding buildings – facts, figures, TV references.
10:40am - Arrive at Advanced Research Centre (ARC) - Virtual James Watt Nanofabrication Centre (JWNC) tour on big screen and overview from JWNC director, Prof. Martin Weides.
11am - Discussions / "show and tell" with academics and any general Glasgow related questions.
11:30am - End of Univ. of Glasgow tour.
Scott Watson to take attendees to Hillhead underground station – travel to Buchanan Street. £4.20 for an all-day ticket or £1.75 for a single.
Walk through Glasgow city centre and George Square.
12pm - Arrive at Technology & Innovation Centre (TIC), 99 George St, Glasgow G1 1RD
12:15pm - Lunch at TIC building.
1:15pm - Welcome and instructions for lab tours – Institute of Photonics (IoP), Fraunhofer Centre of Applied Photonics (FCAP), and LiFi Research and Development Centre (LRDC).
(Depending on numbers, group can be split into two or three smaller groups and rotate)
2:30pm - Visit Royal college, Sensor Enabled Automation & Robotics Control Hub (SEARCH) lab
3pm - End of the tour- Attendees are encouraged to visit the Wonderwall around the Strathclyde campus.
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