Detailed schedule is listed below
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What does this event look like?

The event includes 7 webinars. Each webinar is hosted by a PhD Psychology student in conversation with an academic that is in the field of Engineering, Arts, or Psychology, talking about psychological mechanisms of creativity, ideation process of innovations, or their applications in Education. Each webinar lasts in 30 minutes.

What does it cover?

-  Advanced technologies or engineering projects.
-  Ideation process of real-life innovations.
-  Psychological mechanisms of creativity.
-  Techniques to unlock your creativity.
-  Education applications of creativity.

What will happen if I register?

To attend this event, please register first. Once you have registered successfully, you will receive a confirmation email in 24 hours. Then, you will receive a Zoom link and an abstract of a webinar one week before it happens. It is NOT mandatory to attend all of the live webinars. If you have registered but miss a live one, you will receive a link of the recorded version afterward.

Speakers and Schedule

Time displayed as British Summer Time (GMT+1)


Dr Oonagh Murphy

1:00pm - 1:30pm 10 Jul

Lecturer in Arts Management,

Institute for Creative and Cultural Entrepreneurship,
Goldsmith University of London

Tao Bi

1:00pm - 1:30pm 17 Jul

PhD Student​,

UCLIC Interaction Centre,

University College London

Tigmanshu Bhatnagar

1:00pm - 1:30pm 17 Jul

PhD Student,

UCLIC Interaction Centre, 

University College London

Dr Fenglei Zhou

4:00pm - 4:30pm 17 Jul

Senior Researcher Fellow,

Department of Computer Science,

Department of Pharmaceutics,
University College London

Dr David Cropley

1:00pm - 2:30pm 24 Jul

Professor of Engineering Innovation,

University of South Australia

Dr Priti Parikh

2:00pm - 2:30pm 24 Jul

Associate Professor,
Head of Engineering for International Development Centre,

University College London

Dr Iouri Belski

1:00pm - 1:30pm 31 Jul

Professor of Engineering Problem Solving,

School of Engineering,
Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology

Dr Christine Charyton

4:00pm - 4:30pm 31 Jul

Clinical Psychologist,

Senior Researcher in Creativity Research

Webinar Host

Nuoya Tan

PhD Student,
Department of Experimental Psychology,

University College London

Nuoya is the initiator and organiser of this webinar series. She is a UCL PhD student studying Social Cognition and Creativity in Dr. Lasana Harris's Lab. Nuoya's research project covers the thinking process and social context of one's creativity. She is also interested in engineers' creativity in a resource challenging field.

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