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River Room - 2nd Floor King's Building

King's College London

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WC2R 2LS

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Thanks for registering for the London Light Showcase. Privacy notice Who are we? We are London Light in the Department of Physics part of King’s College London. If you need to contact us about this privacy notice, please write to London-light@kcl.ac.uk Why do we need your personal information? We need your personal information in order to allow you access to events, inform you of future events and for statistical purposes. What is our legal basis for processing your information? Data protection legislation allows us to use your personal information in this way because (1) it is required to deliver an agreement (or ‘contract’) we have with you. (2) we are required to do this by law. How long will we keep your information for? We will keep your information for 1 year after the event that you have signed up to in Eventbrite. in order to advertise future events to you. After the year, we will anonymise the data for statistical purposes. You may withdraw your consent to us holding your personal data at any time by emailing London-light@kcl.ac.uk . Will we share your information with other organisations? We will not share your information with any external organisations. On rare occasions, we may be required or permitted to share personal information by law (e.g for law enforcement purposes). What are your rights and who can you contact if you have a concern? To find out more about how the university deals with your personal information, including your rights and who to contact if you have a concern, please see the university’s core privacy notice at https://www.kcl.ac.uk/terms/privacy.aspx.
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Looking For A Bright Future?


Imperial College London - King’s College London - University College London


The London Institute for Advanced Light Technologies is a multidisciplinary research network which brings together more than 50 research groups from across London who work on emerging photonic technologies.

On the 16th January we will be holding a showcase at King's College London from 4.30pm-7.30pm

Bringing together leaders from industry, and researchers and academic staff from Imperial College London, King’s College London and University College London, this event will highlight the many opportunities to pursue research in advanced light technologies, and for a career in the expanding multidisciplinary field of photonics.

Dr Valerie Berryman-Bousquet (R&D Manager, Sharp UK) and Dr Nina Meinzer (Senior Editor, Nature Communications) will be giving a talks.

Refreshments will be served during our networking reception giving you a chance to see demonstrations from some of the best ‘light’ researchers in London and discuss PhD opportunities with them.

We particularly welcome female and black, asian and minority ethnic students who are interested in exploring the possibility of a career in advanced light technologies.

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River Room - 2nd Floor King's Building

King's College London

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WC2R 2LS

United Kingdom

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