Our first PhD viva in Lincoln

Originally posted on Centre for Computational Physics:
Today Roberta Dessi passed her PhD viva with minor corrections. Congratulations to Roberta! In the evening, after the viva. From right to left: Allan Mackie (external examiner), Marco Pinna, Roberta and her sister Daniela, Martin Greenall (internal examiner), David Fairhurst and Andrei Zvelindovsky.

Roberta Dessì

Originally posted on Centre for Computational Physics:
PhD student in Applied Mathematics. E-mail: 14532003 [at] students. lincoln.ac.uk Roberta is originally from Villaperuccio (CA), Sardinia, Italy. She attended  University of Cagliari and graduated with a Laurea in Electronic Engineering in 2010. She wrote a Laurea thesis on “Atomistic study of the structural properties of nano hybrid systems for photovoltaic…

Valentina Iusa

Originally posted on Charlotte Scott Centre for Algebra:
Valentina Iusa Valentina Iusa joined School of Mathematics and Physics, University of Lincoln, UK, as a PhD student in pure mathematics. She is originally from L’Aquila (Italy), where she started her undergraduate studies at University of L’Aquila. Her Bachelor’s degree thesis, under supervision of Dr Norberto Gavioli, was on…

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