Isaac Newton Christmas Lecture

Space travel: from fantasy to reality and beyond a duo public lecture (including 20 minutes interval) by Dr Fabien Paillusson School of Mathematics and Physics, University of Lincoln and Dr Anna Marie Roos School of History & Heritage, University of Lincoln Wednesday 20 December 2017 6 pm – 7:40 pm Lecture Theatre in the new […]

New Research Highlights brochure

The new “Research Highlights 2015–2017” brochure has now been printed. This booklet contains brief descriptions of some of the best achievements of the members of staff of School of Mathematics and Physics over the last couple of years, as well as reports on the first mathematics conference in Lincoln and the graduation in 2016.

Best physics lecturers 2016/17

During the Edward Delaval event on 31 May 2017 our 1st and 2nd year Physics students (now 2nd and 3rd year students) presented our Physics lecturers with “Stars of the best physics lecturer of 2017” as voted by the students. The winners of the academic year 2016-17 were: 1st year: Fabien Paillusson and Andrei Zvelindovsky 2nd year: […]

Celebrating Physics students success in 2017 with Edward Delaval

On 31 of May 2017 our Physics students at the University of Lincoln have been recognised at a prize giving event for their hard work and effort on the course. Our first two cohorts of Physics students at the University and staff spent a remarkable day at Doddington Hall, once a home of famous natural philosopher Edward […]

Planets, stars, and music of glass

Originally posted on Study Physics:
Today the University of Lincoln hosted the Lincoln Get Hold of Technology & Science (LiGHTS) festival. Our school presented two exciting activities. Our own astrophysicists, Dr Phil Sutton, told to old and young about recent news from the world of planets and stars. The most young listeners asked the most…

Our school’s first Master by Research in Lincoln!

Originally posted on Computational Physics Group:
Today, Fiona Bissett successfully passed her viva (subject to minor corrections) for the degree of Master of Science by Research with the thesis “Computational study of the self-assembly of hypoxanthine in the gas-phase and on the Au(111) surface” written under the supervision of Dr Manuela Mura. Fiona is our…

Superhero in Lincoln

On 7th September 2017 Professor James Kakalios opened a new lecture series, Great Lives, with a fascinating talk on the physics of superheros. Earlier during the day James received an Honorary Doctor of Science degree from the University of Lincoln. The lecture was followed by signing the book The Physics of Superheroes by the author.

Superhero professor, James Kakalios, gets an honorary degree

On 7th of September 2017 Professor James Kakalios was awarded an Honorary degree of Doctor of Science by the University of Lincoln for his achievements in advancement and communication of physics. Watch the graduation ceremony (rewind forward to 48.5 minutes): Oration text (by Andrei Zvelindovsky): Chancellor, Pro Chancellor, DVC, honoured guests, graduates, I am pleased […]

Astrophysicist brings findings from far-away planets to Lincoln

by Laura Jones – PR Officer As one of the most scientifically rich voyages ever undertaken in our solar system reaches its dramatic conclusion, an astrophysicist who examines data from NASA’s pioneering Cassini mission joins the University of Lincoln, UK, to establish an exciting new specialism in space, planets and moon formation. Dr Phil Sutton’s work focusses […]

1st Annual Edmund Weaver Lecture in Astronomy

Cassini: Over A Decade Of Discoveries a public lecture by Dr Phil Sutton University of Lincoln Wednesday, 11 October 2017, 6:00-7:20 pm Newton Lecture Theatre  INB0114 in the Isaac Newton building, University of Lincoln The Cassini spacecraft has been in orbit around Saturn since 2004. The unprecedented detail of over a decade’s worth of observations […]

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