Visit and seminar by Prof. Robert Evans FRS: A physicist’s view of hydrophobicity: drying and the role of density fluctuations

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Prof. Robert Evans FRS from the HH Wills Physics Laboratory, University of Bristol, UK will give a seminar at the School of Mathematics and Physics, on Wednesday 10th of February 2016, 3 pm (room MB1019 in the Minerva Building, no 1 on the university map). Please join us…

Seminar by Jacob Javartin: Atomic-scale Simulation for the Analysis, Optimization and Accelerated Materials Development: Organic Semiconductors

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Dr. Jacob Gavartin from Schrodinger Inc., Cambridge, UK will give a physics seminar on Wednesday 3rd of February 3 pm (room MB3203 in the Minerva Building, no 1 on the university map). His presentation will be on a multi-scale simulation approach in material research. Please join us in…

Fascinating Nanoscience

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Today Prof. Roy Shenhar from the Hebrew University of Jerusalem gave a very engaging public lecture of Nano-science. ?

Roy Shenhar visiting Lincoln

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On 24-28 January 2016 Dr Roy Shenhar from the Hebrew University in Jerusalem visits us. The visit is supported by a grant from the British Council withing the Inagural UK-Israel Science Lectureship Scheme.

Andrea Floris participated to the Advanced Quantum ESPRESSO developers’ meeting: linear response

Dr Andrea Floris participated to the Advanced Quantum ESPRESSO developers’ meeting: linear response, held the 18 – 21 January 2016 in Trieste, Italy http://www.quantum-espresso.org/resources/advanced-quantum-espresso-developers-meeting-linear-response/ Andrea gave a talk about the extension and the implementation of  “The Density Functional Perturbation Theory + Hubbard U” in the Quantum ESPRESSO code. The implementation allows to calculate more accurately the vibrational […]

2015 in review

The WordPress.com stats helper monkeys prepared a 2015 annual report for this blog. Here’s an excerpt: A New York City subway train holds 1,200 people. This blog was viewed about 6,300 times in 2015. If it were a NYC subway train, it would take about 5 trips to carry that many people. Click here to […]

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Informal seminar by Roy Shenhar: Block copolymer-mediated nanoscale assembly

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During his stay Prof. dr. Roy Shenhar from the Hebrew University of Jerusalem will give another but more informal seminar on Tuesday the 26th of January 2016, 10 am (room JBL0W03 in the Joseph Banks Laboratories building, building 22 on the uni map). The title and abstract are…

Seminar by Roy Shenhar: Hierarchically-Ordered Nanoparticle/Block Copolymer Films: Increasing Our Control over Morphological Parameters

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Prof. dr. Roy Shenhar from the Hebrew University of Jerusalem will visit the School of Mathematics and Physics between 25th and 28th of January. As part of this visit he will give a seminar on Monday the 25th of January 2016, 3 pm (room ENG210 in Engineering hub,…

Physics Public Lecture

If we understand oil and water, things will sort themselves out: nanotechnology in a nutshell Prof. Roy Shenhar The Institute of Chemistry and the Center for Nanoscience and Nanotechnology, The Hebrew University of Jerusalem Wednesday 27th January 2016 at 3.30 pm ENG207 Lecture Theatre, Engineering Hub, Brayford Pool Campus, University of Lincoln   One of […]

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