Seminar by Jacob Javartin: Atomic-scale Simulation for the Analysis, Optimization and Accelerated Materials Development: Organic Semiconductors

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Dr. Jacob Gavartin from Schrodinger Inc., Cambridge, UK will give a physics seminar on Wednesday 3rd of February 3 pm (room MB3203 in the Minerva Building, no 1 on the university map). His presentation will be on a multi-scale simulation approach in material research. Please join us in…

Andrea Floris

UK-Japan IOP symposium

Matt Watkins gave a talk on 15 December 2015 at UK-Japan symposium on Atomic and Molecular manipulation, 15-16 December 2015, Nottingham, UK

Driving a supercomputer

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Dr Danilo Roccatano was awarded supercomputer time by EPSRC (UK’s  Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council) for two 6 months pilot projects at ARCHER, UK national High Performance Computing facility. The first project required passing ARCHER Driving Test :); the second is a collaboration Dr. Steve Hayward from the University of…

Seminar by Bart Vorselaars in Eindhoven, the Netherlands

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On the 30th of November 2015 Bart Vorselaars gave a seminar for the Theory of Polymers and Soft Condensed Matter Group in the Department of Applied Physics,  Eindhoven, University of Technology in the Netherlands. The seminar was on Crystal nucleation and thermodynamics of molecular systems: rare events sampling…

Martin Buzza visiting

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Today Dr. Martin Buzza from the Department of Physics and Mathematics of the University of Hull visited our group and gave a seminar.

Melting without heat?

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Why do materials melt? Because they get hot – this normally means that the atoms that make up the material vibrate so energetically that they escape their confined environment and start to move around. This notion of atoms heating up and vibrating more and more gets confused at…

Danilo Roccatano

Visit and seminar by Martin Buzza: Complex behaviour of colloids adsorbed at liquid interfaces

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Dr. Martin Buzza from the Department of Physics and Mathematics of the University of Hull will give a seminar at the School of Mathematics and Physics, on Wednesday the 2nd of December 2015, 3 pm (room ENG209 in Engineering hub, building 13 on the uni map). Complex behaviour…

Nigel Wilding visits

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Today Professor Nigel Wilding from the University of Bath has visited our group and gave a seminar Self-Assembly and Phase Behaviour of Indented Colloids.

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