UKIRSC 2022 Conference Workshops We are pleased to announce three workshops for the upcoming January 2022 conference! The exact timings of the workshops are yet to be confirmed, but we hope to be able to spread them out over the two day conference so that attendees do not have to choose between them. Further … Read more
The 16th Annual Conference – January 2022! Since the last conference in June, the organising committee has been working hard to develop another exciting programme. While we were determined to hold the next event in person, we have made the decision to hold UKIRSC 2022 virtually once more, given the uncertainty about winter restrictions. … Read more
We are exicted to introduce you to the UKIRSC 2022 committee! Laura Palmer (University of Bristol) and James Robbins (University of Portsmouth) from last year’s committee are joined by Julia Sutherland (SMRU, University of St. Andrews), Becca Hamilton (University of Manchester), Helen Hiley (Scottish Association for Marine Science), Maeva Terrapon (SMRU, University of St. … Read more
Registration for UKIRSC21 has now closed, and we have had a record number of students apply to attend and present their work. If you are one of them, we will be in touch shortly!
The UK & Ireland Regional Student Chapter for the Society of Marine Mammalogy is pleased to announce: Registration for our 15th annual conference is now OPEN We welcome applications to present your work: Talk – 8 min (max) pre-recorded talk followed by live Q&As. Poster – available throughout the conference with the opportunity … Read more
Workshops on offer at UKIRSC 2021 We’re very pleased to announce that we have three exciting workshops organised for the UKIRSC 2021 conference in June. The exact timings of the workshops are yet to be confirmed, but we hope to be able to spread them out over the two day conference so that attendees … Read more
Introducing our first invited speaker! We are very pleased to announce that our UKIRSC 2021 introductory talk will be given by Dr Carol Sparling, Director of the Sea Mammal Research Unit and professional sponsor of the UKIRSC.
THE CONFERENCE WILL BE HELD ONLINE The UK and Ireland Regional Student Chapter (UKIRSC) of the Society for Marine Mammalogy (SMM) announces… The 15th annual conference! Due to the ongoing pandemic, the conference will be held online! But as usual, you can expect your committee to do its best to organise a … Read more
We are excited to introduce you to your new (and older!) UKIRSC 2021 committee members! Laura Palmer (Sea Mammal Research Unit & University of Bristol) and James Robbins (University of Portsmouth) have joined Cynthia Barile (Galway-Mayo Institute of Technology), Izzy Langley (Sea Mammal Research Unit), Laura Oller (Abertay University) and María Pérez Tadeo (Galway-Mayo Institute … Read more