Evgeny Khukhro is visiting University of Brasilia

Originally posted on Charlotte Scott Centre for Algebra:
? Evgeny Khukhro visits University of Brasilia as a Special Visiting Researcher, for joint research with Prof. Pavel Shumyatsky. This collaboration is supported by CNPq-Brazil grant within the Brazilian Scientific Mobility Program “Ciências sem Fronteiras”. Preparation of the new paper “Almost Engel compact groups” is under way.…

Visiting Newton’s tree

After listening to Andrei’s talk “From Newton’s light to electromagnetic waves: a paths to enlightening” at Woolsthorpe Manor as a part of Gravity Fields festival our 2nd year Physics students and staff have visited the Woolsthorpe Manor garden with the famous Newton’s apple tree.

Certificate finds its recipient!

On 21 September 2016 Robert Sharp received his Commendation Certificate for his Physics 1st year study in a magic settings of  Woolsthorpe Manor during Gravity Fields festival. Robert could not make it for the end of the year Edward Delaval event in June, however, he got his certificate in a not less remarkable place – next to the […]

1st Annual Charlotte Scott Lecture in Mathematics

Patients in numbers a public lecture by Professor Natasha Maurits University Medical Center Groningen, the Netherlands Monday 30 January 2017 at 6 pm Stephen Langton Lecture Theatre, Brayford Pool Campus, University of Lincoln No-one likes to be considered by their doctor as a number. However, in this lecture I will try to convince you that it […]

Physics Film Nights in Lincoln

Physics Seminar: Dr Paola Carbone

Originally posted on Centre for Computational Physics:
Wednesday 5th of October 2016, 14:00 MB1019 (Minerva Building) Multiscale modelling of polymer aggregates Paola Carbone School of Chemical Engineering and Analytical Science The University of Manchester, Manchester, (UK) Abstract The ability to combine a detailed description of the chemistry of a molecular model with an efficient exploration…

Annual Edward Delaval Lecture in Physics

Medieval Science and the Ordered Universe project a public lecture by Professor Tom McLeish FRS Department of Physics and Institute for Medieval and Renaissance Studies, Durham University, UK Wednesday 16 November 2016 at 6 pm Stephen Langton Building (former EMMTEC) Lecture Theatre, Brayford Pool Campus, University of Lincoln For the English polymath, Robert Grosseteste, light […]

Professor John Wilson joins our External Advisory Board

We are very happy to welcome Professor John Wilson (University of Oxford) as a new member of our School’s External Advisory Board. Professor Wilson, born and brought up in Lincolnshire, studied at the University of Cambridge, receiving the MSc degree in 1970, the PhD degree in 1971 and the ScD degree in 1989.  He has held […]

Fields medallist honored in Lincoln

In a spectacular graduation ceremony on 5th of September 2016 held in the magnificent Lincoln Cathedral Professor Efim Zelmanov, Fields Medallist (1994), was awarded an Honorary Doctor of Science degree. I am really thrilled to have joined such an academic family! -wrote Professor Zelmanov after the ceremony.

Andrea Floris visits the CNR-IOM in Cagliari (Italy)

Originally posted on Centre for Computational Physics:
Andrea Floris has visited the “Centro Nazionale della Ricerca (CNR)” and the “Istituto Officina dei Materiali”, in Cagliari (Italy). This was the occasion to establish a collaboration with Dr. Alessandra Satta on a project concerning the “Reaction mechanisms at the interface between calcium carbonate surfaces and organic molecules”,…

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