Over 50 postgraduate doctoral students are hosted by the ECI, on a diverse set of projects which are linked to our research themes. Find out more about joining the 200+ graduated DPhil students who have qualified through our programme.
The 2 trillionth tonne: Consequences of severe climate change in 2100 Chair: Professor Myles Allen (ECI). Panelists: Professor Tim Lenton (Chair in Climate Change/Earth System Science, University of Exeter), Nicholas Crane (President of the Royal Geographical Society), Achim Steiner (Director of the Oxford Martin School, University of Oxford). Oxford Martin School, Oxford. Booking required.
Inequalities in access to opportunities and public transport networks in a splintered city | TSU Lunchtime Seminar Series: Trinity Term 2017 Speaker: Rafael Pereira. Gilbert Room, School of Geography and the Environment, Oxford.
Stepping out of the ‘water-box’: re-thinking transboundary water cooperation Dr Yumiko Yasuda, postdoctoral researcher at the Hague Institute for Global Justice and the International Centre for Water Cooperation, UNESCO category II centre jointly established by the Stockholm International Water Institute and Uppsala University. Gilbert Room, School of Geography and the Environment, Oxford.
Accessibility Tools in Planning Practice Professor Carey Curtis, Professor of City Planning and Transport; Director, Urbanet; Guest Professor and Research Fellow, University of Gothenburg. Gilbert Room, School of Geography and the Environment, Oxford.
Informal Confirmation of Status presentations - DPhil students DPhil Seminar Programme, Convened by Professor Dariusz Wójcik, Director of Graduate Studies (Research). Herbertson Room, SoGE, Oxford.
Visualising urban affective atmospheres in Santiago, Chile. A visual methodological proposition for constructing information using people experiences | TSU Lunchtime Seminar Series: Trinity Term 2017 Speaker: Luis Iturra. Gilbert Room, School of Geography and the Environment, Oxford.
Built environment and travel behaviour in mega cities: evidence from Beijing | TSU Lunchtime Seminar Series: Trinity Term 2017 Speaker: Peilin Li. Gilbert Room, School of Geography and the Environment, Oxford.
4th Oxford Interdisciplinary Desert Conference The 4th Oxford Interdisciplinary Desert conference provides a forum for researchers and those interested in desert and dryland environments and societies to present, discuss and debate dryland themes and research. Registration now open.
International Financial Centres after the Global Financial Crisis and Brexit This seminar gathers leading economic historians and geographers to focus on the post-2008 developments in key international financial centres, including: Youssef Cassis (EUI Florence); Karen Lai (National University of Singapore); David Meyer (Washington University, St Louis); Tobias Straumann (Zurich University); Richard Sylla (New York University); Laure QuennouŽlle-Corre (CNRS and Paris-Sorbonne University); and Dariusz Wójcik (SoGE, Oxford). A J Herbertson Room, SoGE, Oxford.
5th Integrated Land Ecosystem-Atmosphere Processes Study (iLEAPS) Conference iLEAPS, a global research project of Future Earth, will hold its 5th Science Conference in Oxford with the theme ‘Understanding the impact of land-atmosphere exchanges’. Professor Yadvinder Malhi will speak in the session titled ‘Impact of extremes on land biophysical processes and land-atmosphere biogeochemical cycling’.