Geoff Coyle Commemorative event 29 May 2013

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).

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[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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