The inaugural National Muslim Student Research Conference (NMSRC) was held in Oxford University on the 24th of March. We were joined by over 50 academics, researchers and students from all over the UK.
Usaama Al Azaami, Oxford- "Academia as a Vocation"
Dr Asma Mustafa, Oxford - “The Social Impact of Academic Research"
Davide Pettinato, Exeter - “British Muslim Studies’: developing community-relevant research”
Yaqub Choudhury, Cambridge - “Artificial Intelligence as an Example of How Science Intersects with Religion”
“Learn and Chill” research pitches:
Yasser Hassan, Oxford- "Perovskite Nanocrystals: New Materials for Highly Efficient Solar Cells and LEDS"
Icram Serroukh, Middlesex- "A Sociology Exploration: Women Joining and Leaving Islam"
Ayesha Iqbal, Manchester- "Reading Patterns of Good and Poor Adolescent Readers During Silent Reading: An Eye Movement Study"
Salah Sharief, Manchester- "Drones, Detachment and Dehumanisation"
Walaa Quisay, Oxford- "Neotraditionalists between Modernity and Tradition"
Hafsa Sattar- "Preventing Prevent"
Karim El Mehairy, Oxford - "Taking Control of Our Learning"
‘Muslims in Academia’ given by postdoctoral researchers' Walaa Quisay, Icram Serroukh and Dr Mohamady El Gaby.
Ayesha Iqbal, Manchester - How to write critically and appraise a research paper
Dr Mohamady El Gaby, Oxford - How to get started in academia