Postgraduate Research Conference 2022

PGR Conference Overview
       
10:00 10:10 HoGS Opening
       
10:10 11:10 Angela P. Romero-Vergel (IBERS) A physiological crop model for Peruvian asparagus yield prediction using sentinel-1 data
    Non Humphries (DWCS) Wel, um, sut mae dewisiadau’r cyfieithydd ar y pryd am gyfieithu petrusiadau yn fatha effeithio ar ganfyddiad y rheithgor o’r diffynnydd, dwi’n meddwl
    Katie Hicks (Education) How does the introduction of social media at an early age affect children’s body image and mental health and how are schools supporting children aged 8-12 years towards these impacts?
    Khaled Darwish (Physics) Evolution of Alfvén waves in the solar wind: monochromatic driver
       
11:10 11:30 Coffee break / Networking  
       
11:30 12:30 Hannah Vallin (IBERS) Let’s talk sh*t - A dietary toolkit to determine why herbivores eat what they eat? 
    Toni Beardmore (DGES) Working-class experiences at Aberystwyth University
    Charles Roberts (History) The social impact of the 1918 pandemic on communities across Wales.
    Juliet Vickar (IBERS) A total fruit and vegetable intake prediction model toiIdentify targets for multi-metabolite biomarker panel discovery using the BIOFAV study 
       
12:30 13:00 The Aberystwyth finals for the 3MT competition (winner to go through to the national finals in September)
    Rebecca Boru 3MT
    Jamila La Malfa-Donaldson 3MT
       
    Dafydd Roberts AHRC New Generation Thinkers
       
13:00 14:00 Poster presentations for PGM1610 (Public Engagement) and Lunch
       
14:00 14:30 Professor Colin McInnes Moving forward....
       
14:30 15:30 Range of staff from the academic and non-academic sector What employers want, the PGR perspective
       
15:30 16:15 Jack Davies (IBERS) A bacterial boost to crop yields: incorporating microbiomes into plant breeding
    Somtochukwu David Ojukwu (L&C) Regulation ofiInternet in child pornography: Achieving a balance with fundamental rights of citizens to freedom of expression, thoughts, conscience and privacy
    Katherine Parsons (Psychology) Applying habit theory to improve physical activity behaviours in autistic youth
       
16:15 16:30 HoGS Close, 3MT, PGM1610, Other prizes