Physics Seminar: Dr Anton Souslov

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Date: Wednesday 24th of May 2017, 14:00. Location: DCB1111 (David Chiddick Building). ‘Chiral active metamaterials’ by Anton Souslov, Lorentz Institute for Theoretical Physics, Universiteit Leiden, The Netherlands. Abstract: Active liquids are composed of self-driven microbots that endow the liquid with a unique set of mechanical characteristics. We design metamaterials…

Physics Seminar: Dr Mike Evans

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Date: Wednesday 22nd of March 2017, 14:00. Location: MB1019 (Minerva Building). ‘The simplest model of a complex fluid’ by R.M.L. Evans, School of Mathematics, University of Leeds. Abstract: Originally invented to describe magnetic materials, the classical XY model has the simplest interactions imaginable. Surprisingly, when subjected to counter-rotating boundaries,…

Dr Flor Siperstein visits

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On 22nd of February 2017 Dr Flor Siperstein from the University of Manchester has visited us and delivered a fascinating seminar on several collaboration stories between computer modellers and experimentalists interested in real life industrial applications. Flor at the University of Lincoln campus

Lincoln Algebra Research Afternoons

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We have recently started to run an informal seminar within our Lincoln Algebra group, where we tell each other about some topic that we are working on, or interested in working on, with the aim of promoting possible collaborations between us. This is run in a more informal way…

Physics Seminar: Dr Flor Siperstein

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Date: Wednesday 22nd of February 2017, 14:00. Location: MB1010 (Minerva Building). ‘Using molecular simulations to understand disordered porous materials’ by Flor R. Siperstein, Chemical Engineering, University of Manchester, Manchester, UK. Abstract: The properties of disordered porous materials are difficult to predict. Typical characterisation tools provide limited information about the…

Physics Seminar: Dr Alexey Lyulin

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Date: Wednesday 15th of March 2017, 14:00. Location: JBL0C05 (Joseph Banks Laboratories). ‘Coarse-grained molecular dynamics simulations of structure and mechanics of filled elastomers’ by Alexey V. Lyulin, Theory of Polymers and Soft Matter, Department of Applied Physics, Eindhoven University of Technology, Eindhoven, The Netherlands. Abstract: Polymer nanocomposites are materials…

Physics Seminar: Prof Giuseppe Battaglia

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Date: Wednesday 1st of March 2017, 14:00. Location: MB1010 (Minerva Building). ‘Bionic nanoscopic carriers for precision drug delivery’ by Prof Giuseppe Battaglia, Department of Chemistry and Department of Chemical Engineering, University College London, London, UK. Abstract: Getting across biological barriers and deliver therapeutic cargo to the right site is…

Dr Robert Jack visits

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Dr Robert Jack from Bath visits us and delivers a physics seminar on self-assembly in colloids with indentations.

Physics Seminar: Dr Robert Jack

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Date: Wednesday 1st of February 2017, 14:00. Location: DCB2100 (David Chiddick Building). ‘Self-assembly and crystallisation in simple models of colloidal systems’ by Robert Jack, Department of Physics, University of Bath, Bath, UK. Abstract: Experiments on colloids are attractive as a route towards new self-assembled materials, and as models within…

Physics Seminar: Dr David Gao

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Date: Tuesday 20th of December 2016, 14:00. Location: JBL2C04 (Joseph Banks Laboratories). ‘Combining theoretical physics with machine learning for materials design’ by David Gao, Condensed Matter & Materials Physics, University College London, London, UK. Abstract: Achieving control over formation of molecular films on insulating substrates is important for designing…

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