Virtual Party and Physics Awards Ceremony

Originally posted on Study Physics in Lincoln:
On the 21st of July 2020 the school of Mathematics and Physics hosted a virtual party and Prize giving ceremony at conclusion of the academic year 2019-20. The event began with an introduction by the head of School Prof Andrei Zvelindovsky, followed by a quiz led by Matt Booth. Prizes…

Materials and Molecular Modelling Exascale Design and Development Working Group

Originally posted on Centre for Computational Physics:
As part of the Excalibur Project (Exascale Computing: ALgorithms and Infrastructures Benefiting UK Research), the Materials Modelling community held their mini kick-off meeting on Monday May 11th. The working group is to help develop and provide a roadmap for software for use on next generation exascale computing architectures.…

1st Annual Margaret Bryan Lecture in Physics

Originally posted on Distinguished Maths & Physics Public Lectures:
  Wright of Derby ‘An experiment on a bird with an air pump’ Citizens, science and citizen science a public lecture by Professor Dame Athene Donald DBE, FRS Cavendish Laboratory, University of Cambridge and Churchill College Wednesday 4 March 2020 6 pm – 7:20 pm Newton…

4th Annual Edward Delaval Lecture in Physics

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A Eurasian Jay (top) with one of its striped feathers (bottom). How the jay bird got its stripes: what nanotechnology and photonics can learn from biology a public lecture by Professor Richard Jones FRS Department of Physics and Astronomy, University of Sheffield Wednesday 12 February 2020…

Tales of DNA

Originally posted on Centre for Computational Physics:
On Wednesday 18 December 2019 we had our traditional Isaac Newton Christmas Lecture given by duo: Professor Anna Marie Roos from the School of History & Heritage and Dr Fabien Paillusson from the School of Mathematics & Physics, University of Lincoln. The title was: Tales of DNA, and…

Dr Claire McIlroy

Originally posted on Centre for Computational Physics:
Claire joined the University of Lincoln in 2019 as an 1851 Research Fellow. Claire graduated with an MMath degree in Mathematics from the University of Leeds in 2011. She stayed at Leeds to complete her PhD in Applied Mathematics, specialising in complex flows of complex fluids for inkjet…

Xmas lunch 2019

On Wednesday 18 December 2019 the school staff had our traditional Christmas lunch at Branston Hall Hotel. Our special guest was Professor Anna Maria Roos from the School of History & Heritage. Click on the column of images to enlarge them.

Royal Commission for the Exhibition of 1851’s Annual Reception

Originally posted on Centre for Computational Physics:
On Wednesday 4th December, Claire attended the Royal Commission for the Exhibition of 1851’s Annual Reception; a great opportunity to network with other award holders, including postdoctoral Research Fellows, Industrial Fellows, Industrial Design Students and Enterprise Fellows, as well as the Commissioners and Committee Members. The Commission owns…

Star Wars: Could we really live on moons?

Originally posted on Lincoln Astrophysics Team:
In its opening scenes, the immortal line, “In a galaxy far, far away”, teased the idea of new, unseen worlds in what we would come to know as the Star Wars universe. From the cold desert moon Jedha and the forest moon Endor, to the rebel headquarters on the…

Isaac Newton Christmas Lecture 2019

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Credit: “DNA double helix and sequencing output” by Peter Artymiuk Tales of DNA a duo public lecture (including 20 minutes interval) by Professor Anna Marie Roos School of History & Heritage, University of Lincoln and Dr Fabien Paillusson School of Mathematics & Physics, University of Lincoln…

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