London, 9-10 January 2014
This meeting will include the 42nd Bartlett Prize Lecture by Professor Gordon Logan plus an accompanying symposium to be organised by Frederick Verbruggan.
Local Organiser Jenni Rodd.
The Portal for this meeting is now closed.
The programme will be sent out to members at the end of November and can be downloaded as a PDF.
A booking form for the Conference Dinner can also now be downloaded (MS Word | PDF)
Kent, 15-17 April 2014
This meeting will include the 12th EPS Mid-Career Prize Lecture by Martin Eimer plus an accompanying symposium to be organised by Tina Forster.
Local Organiser Robert Johnston.
The Portal for this meeting will open during the week commencing 13 January 2014.
Newcastle, 16-18 July 2014
This meeting will include the 21st EPS Prize Lecture by Matt Longo plus an accompanying symposium to be organised by Manos Tsakiris.
London, January 2015
Leeds, April 2015
Lincoln, July 2015
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