- Call for Participation
- Keynote Biographies
- Supporters / Sponsors
- Call for Bursaries
Delegate registration will take place at the following times and venues:
|Sunday 6 September||1.00pm – 5.00pm||Elms Village Reception|
|Monday 7 September||8.30am – 9.30am||Peter Froggatt Centre|
|Tuesday 8 September||8.30am – 9.00am||Peter Froggatt Centre|
Please note, the registration desk in the Peter Froggatt Centre will also function as the key information point for the duration of the conference.
Delegates will receive a delegate lanyard and badge at registration which must be worn at all times throughout the conference. You will also receive a conference bag with various information from selected sponsors, as well as the final programme.
Conference delegates will be invited to use the facilities available at Queen’s University Belfast. These include:
Delegates will have access to a number of computer terminals on campus in both the Peter Froggatt Centre and Queen’s Students’ Union, as well as access to the internet via their personal laptops throughout the duration of the conference on campus and if staying in Elms Village.
In order to access the Queen’s network each delegate must obtain an individual username and password. Please indicate on the form you were emailed by Eventus if you wish to avail of this service.
With 1.2M volumes and 2,000 reader seats in a mixture of formal and informal spaces, the newly opened Library at Queen's blends the best features of a traditional library with the latest technology to create a truly 21st century environment for study and research.
Delegates will be given the opportunity to view the building and the range of services available during a guided tour of The Library on Monday 7 & Tuesday 8 September from 1.15pm – 1.55pm. The party will be collected at the Peter Froggatt Centre by Library staff.
Please notify us at registration if you would like to take part in the tour. Places are limited to 15 delegates per tour (1 tour per day) and will be allocated on a first come first served basis.
Queen’s Welcome Centre is in the main Lanyon Building. The Centre has a wide selection of quality branded merchandise on sale as well as general gifts.
Queen’s Physical Education Centre’s facilities include a state-of-the-art fitness suite and a comfortable café. Please note that the swimming pool will be closed for renovations. Access to the café is free.
A focal institution in the University’s cultural offering, the Queen’s Film Theatre on University Square is fully licensed and has a large modern foyer ideal for pre-show drinks.
The Students’ Union will be open during the conference and delegates can avail of wireless internet and other facilities, including shops and cafes.
This gallery houses the University’s collection of silver and features a rolling programme of work from its own art collection. The exhibition during the conference is titled ‘Faces: an exhibition of portraits from public places’.
Recognised as Northern Ireland’s leading independent book seller, the Bookshop at Queen’s has an extensive stock which can meet the needs of all users, from children to browsers, students and teachers.
Botanic Gardens is a beautiful and popular public park right next door to the University, one minute away from the conference venue. It has a magnificent Palm House (1839) and Tropical Ravine House (1889) and meandering paths and gardens. It also has plenty of space for people to sit and enjoy the atmosphere.
Botanic Avenue, Stranmillis Road and Lisburn Road are all a few minutes walk from the University. All have cafés, restaurants, convenience stores and the Lisburn Road also has some small independent shops. The nearest pharmacy is located on Botanic Avenue.
The University Security Service is committed to ensuring a safe and secure environment for all persons working, studying and visiting the University campus.
Security staff are on duty across the University 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.
In an emergency where there is an imminent and serious danger to people or property, then the appropriate emergency services will be notified by Conference personnel.
Estate Security staff are located in the Security Control Centre in the Administration building. The Control Centre also houses the monitoring equipment for campus wide C.C.T.V as well as fire and intruder alarm monitoring equipment.