Security speech in the online era: Trump, Twitter and the Syrian civil war
Staff and students are warmly invited to attend our third virtual LINCS seminar series event on Wednesday 10th February at 3pm. Cian Luddy, 2nd year LINCS doctoral scholar, will be presenting his work entitled 'Security speech in the online area: Trump, Twitter and the Syrian civil war'.
The LINCS seminar series aims to promote research at the interface of technology and the social sciences. Previous seminar titles include ‘War, peace and the World of Warcraft pandemic: where gaming and politics meet’ and ’21st century citizenship: the construction of the ideal smart citizen’. Anyone with an interest in technology’s impact on society is encouraged to join, listen and take part in friendly discussion afterwards.
LINCS seminars are held on the second Wednesday of each month at 3pm on Teams. We're working on putting together a programme for the rest of the semester, so please keep an eye on our Teams channel for further updates.
To register your attendance at our seminar next month, and/or to be added to the LINCS Seminar Series Team space, please email Rebekah at email@example.com. Please also follow our Twitter account for further updates @QUBLINCS.
LINCS (Leverhulme Interdisciplinary Network on Cybersecurity and Network) brings together The Senator George J. Mitchell Institute for Global Peace, Security and Justice and the Centre for Secure Information Technologies (CSIT) to develop a distinctive cohort of doctoral students working across the boundaries of their disciplines. The LINCS Seminar series is student-led and organised by a group of doctoral scholars on the LINCS programme.