The second roundtable of the Black Sky Resilience Group (BSRG) will take place at Darwin College on Monday 23 September, from 1:30 pm to 4pm.
The BSRG is a Cambridge-based interdisciplinary research network. It aims to connect researchers at the University of Cambridge from across disciplines whose work touches on themes of societal and infrastructure resilience. The BSRG currently has over 50 members, from a diversity of career stages and backgrounds.
The event will feature:
- A presentation by Professor Alan Blackwell on the Cambridge Global Challenges
- Presentation of a black sky case study
- Development of joint research topics on resilience
- Opportunities for networking
Dr Luke Kemp from the Centre for the Study of Existential Risk (CSER) will be facilitating the discussion.
This roundtable is being funded by the 'In Search of "Good" Energy Policy' small grant scheme' run by the Energy@Cambridge interdisciplinary research centre and is co-sponsored by the Centre for the Study of Existential Risk (CSER).