Visiting Newton’s tree

After listening to Andrei’s talk “From Newton’s light to electromagnetic waves: a paths to enlightening” at Woolsthorpe Manor as a part of Gravity Fields festival our 2nd year Physics students and staff have visited the Woolsthorpe Manor garden with the famous Newton’s apple tree.

1st Annual Charlotte Scott Lecture in Mathematics

Patients in numbers a public lecture by Professor Natasha Maurits University Medical Center Groningen, the Netherlands Monday 30 January 2017 at 6 pm Stephen Langton Lecture Theatre, Brayford Pool Campus, University of Lincoln No-one likes to be considered by their doctor as a number. However, in this lecture I will try to convince you that it […]

Annual Edward Delaval Lecture in Physics

Medieval Science and the Ordered Universe project a public lecture by Professor Tom McLeish FRS Department of Physics and Institute for Medieval and Renaissance Studies, Durham University, UK Wednesday 16 November 2016 at 6 pm Stephen Langton Building (former EMMTEC) Lecture Theatre, Brayford Pool Campus, University of Lincoln For the English polymath, Robert Grosseteste, light […]

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

Annual Boole Lecture in Mathematics

Did Galois deserve to be shot? a public lecture by Dr Peter M. Neumann, OBE Oxford Mathematical Institute and The Queen’s College, Oxford Monday 7 November 2016 at 6 pm Stephen Langton Building (former EMMTEC) Lecture Theatre, Brayford Pool Campus, University of Lincoln Classical algebra may be said to deal with equations.  Modern algebra deals with abstract […]

Public lecture by Bruno D’Aguanno

Today Professor Bruno D’Aguanno from Spain gave an enlightening public lecture on the future of energy consumption in our civilisation, the place  of renewable energy, such as solar energy, and the role of thermodynamics in understanding of our near future.   

Physics Public Lecture

‘Does Mr. Entropy need Phoenix Wright?’ Dr. Fabien Paillusson School of Mathematics and Physics, University of Lincoln Wednesday 27th April 2016 at 3.30 pm in  ENG207 Lecture Theatre  Engineering Hub, Brayford Pool Campus, University of Lincoln “I blame entropy”-New Yorker cartoon Entropy is one of the most fascinating concepts introduced in physics in the last […]

William Farr School visit Maths and Physics

On Thursday 17th March the School of Mathematics and Physics welcomed 14 A-level physics students from William Farr School for the afternoon. After an impromptu tour of the campus they were treated to a lecture by Dr Fabien Paillusson, “Does Mr. Entropy need Phoenix Wright?” Fabien first outlined the historical development of the concept of […]

Public Lecture by Prof. Bruno D’Aguanno: Entering the Solar Century

Originally posted on Centre for Computational Physics:
As part of his visit, Prof.  Bruno D’ Aguanno from CIC Energigune, Parque Tecnológico, Miñano, Álava, Spain, will give a Public Lecture on Thursday the 7th of April, at 5.30 pm (room ENG207 in the Engineering Hub, building 13 on the university map). Everybody is welcome to join us in attending…

Winners of the Physics Challenge 2016

A huge congratulations to the winners of the Physics Challenge 2016, who were awarded certificates and nearly £600 collectively of Amazon vouchers. The Awards Ceremony took place on 2nd of March 2016 in the EMMTEC Lecture Theatre on the University of Lincoln’s Brayford Campus and was followed by an engaging lecture by a guest speaker Dr. Steven Hayward “Getting […]

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