Symplectic European User Conference 2019

Symplectic European User Conference 2019 1

We look forward to welcoming representatives from across our European client-base to our annual European User Conference, which this year will take place at University of Liverpool.

This annual gathering of Symplectic’s European user community will include a perfectly blended combination of presentations and demonstrations provided by those responsible for Symplectic’s products at our client’s sites, as well as interactive workshops run by the Symplectic team.

This event is open to colleagues from institutions currently using or implementing Elements, as well as institutional representatives wishing to learn more about our products and services.

Light breakfast, lunch and drinks reception are included in this free event.

 

Agenda to follow

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Professor Penny Brothers, University of Auckland

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Tim Cain, The Ohio Innovation Exchange (OIEx)

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Floris van der Leest, Victoria University, Melbourne, Australia

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Caleb Smith, University of Michigan

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Rachel Baird, Research Policy Analyst, University of Liverpool