Inaugural Lectures

The Lincoln Institute for Advanced Studies hosts the Inaugural Lecture series throughout the academic year in celebration of our newly appointed Professors. The lectures are free to attend, and are open to all University of Lincoln staff, students and the general public.

LIAS Inaugural Lecture Series

The lecture series is now complete for 2023-24 please keep an eye out for the new Series coming soon for 2024-25.


Previous Lecture recordings of the the LIAS Inaugural Lecture Series

Professorial Inaugural Lecture Series 2018/19

Mark Macklin

The Rivers of Humankind

10th July 2019

Steve Armstrong

Re-thinking Management Education: From cognition, to action, to learning

8th May 2019

Jonathan Whitehead

FAT in the 21st Century – Too much of a good thing

10th April 2019

Marc Hanheide

Robots in the Wild – Myths and Progress in Human-Centred Robot Autonomy

13th March 2019

Simon Pearson

The Future of British Agriculture

13th February 2019

Edward Hanna

Climate Change and Extreme Weather from the UK to Greenland: Some thoughts and surprises

24th January 2019

Carenza Lewis

Publicly Engaged Research in Action: Two millennia of discovery through archaeology with and within contemporary communities

22nd November 2018

Ananda Breed

Kubabarira (Shared Suffering), Justice and Grassroots Performance Associations in Rwanda

17th October 2018

Antonella De Angeli

interAction: Design of Information and Communication Technology for Civic Engagement

4th July 2018

Stefanos Kollias

Deep Learning and Modelling for Detection of Subtle Events in Signals and Data

13th June 2018

Libby John

The Root of the Matter: Plants & the Planet

16th May 2018

Philippa Hoskin

Outlaws, Outsiders & the Outspoken: Recognising Voices in Medieval Records

25th April 2018

Toby Wilkinson

Voices from the Past: Ancient Egyptians in their Own Words

22nd November 2018