Geoff Coyle Commemorative event 29 May 2013

you are invited to join us in celebrating the contribution to the field of Geoff Coyle on Wednesday 29th May 2013.

Hosts: Department of Earth Science and Engineering, Imperial College

Location: Royal School of Mines, Imperial College, London

“Geoff Coyle: legacy and prospects for system dynamics”

Date: Wednesday 29 May 2013

1100:               Optional coffee at Café Consort, Royal Albert Hall [at own discretion]

1230:               Lunch in RSM Common Room & networking

1345:               Welcome: Daniel Arthur, President, UK Chapter of the System Dynamics Society

1350:               Professor Dennis Buchanan, Emeritus Professor of Mining Geology

Welcome on behalf of Dept of Earth Science and Engineering, Imperial College

1400:               Dr Eric Wolstenholme, Symmetric Partnership – The Pioneering Work of the Bradford Group

1430:               Jonathan Coyle, A2A2 Ltd – The Diaspora of People Inspired by Geoff

1445:               Tea break and networking

1515:               Bob Cavana, Reader in Management Systems, Victoria University of Wellington, NZ [by video] – The View from One of Geoff’s Students

1530:               Dr John Morecroft, Senior Fellow, London Business School – Encounters with Geoff and His Work: Samples from a Timeline

1600:               Brief comments / contributions from the floor / questions

1630:               Networking / informal discussion in the lecture theatre or RSM Common Room

1800:               RSM closes

£20 per head plus booking fee (£1.85).  Includes lunch (but not optional coffee).

Book a place via Eventbrite: http://www.eventbrite.co.uk/event/5719912412

[The intention is to video the event for possible showing at the International System Dynamics Society conference, Boston, July 2013 and via YouTube for international dissemination.]

Royal School of Mines, Department of Earth Science and Engineering, Prince Consort Road, London, SW7 2BP

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