NASA’s TESS Discovers Stellar Siblings Host ‘Teenage’ Exoplanets

Originally posted on Lincoln Astrophysics Team:
Very exciting to be part of this discovery from early on in 2020, which has now been published today. The original article can be found here and below. ———————————————————————————————————————————– Thanks to data from NASA’s Transiting Exoplanet Survey Satellite (TESS), an international collaboration of astronomers has identified four exoplanets, worlds beyond…

Studying The Stars To Understand The Universe

Originally posted on Lincoln Astrophysics Team:
EXPERT COMMENT: How we’re using the largest ever recorded set of galactic data to study the stars Astrophysicist Dr Phil Sutton explains the possibilities opened up by new data from the European Space Agency’s Gaia satellite. The Gaia satellite. After 22 months of observations, the second release of data…

Special issue of Journal of Algebra dedicated to Prof. Efim Zelmanov

Originally posted on Charlotte Scott Centre for Algebra:
A special issue of Journal of Algebra has just appeared dedicated to Prof. Efim Zelmanov on occasion of his 60th birthday (many of the papers were also reported at the corresponding conference in his honour). Prof. Zelmanov is a Fields Medal laureate, one of the most distinguished contemporary mathematicians.…

Charlotte Scott Research Centre for Algebra opens in Lincoln

On 7 February 2018 President of the London Mathematical Society Prof. Caroline Series FRS inaugurated the new research centre in the University of Lincoln — the Charlotte Scott Research Centre for Algebra. The centre is based at the School of Mathematics and Physics, where the Algebra Research Group was active from the very beginning, when […]

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.

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 […]

Anita Thillaisundaram in Women in Maths.

University of Lincoln Lecturer, Anita Thillaisundaram has been featured in Women in Maths. To read more, click the link here. Congratulations, Anitha!

Gravity Fields Festival 2016

Today Andrei Zvelindovskly announced our school’s contribution in the forthcoming Gravity Fields Festival 2016 during the launch today at Woolsthorpe Manor. Our school will deliver two fascinating talks: From the Newton’s light to electromagnetic waves by Andrei Zvelindovsky and Exploring the molecular machines within a fantastic voyage by Danilo Roccatano

Women in Maths

Our  Master by Research student and Back2Science Fellow Fiona Bissett has been featured today in Women in Maths FB!

Women in Maths

Our Pure Maths PhD student Valentina Iusa has been featured today in Women in Maths FB!

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