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Physics Research Lectures

Throughout the academic year a series of talks, aimed at undergraduates, will be presented by staff and postgraduate research students in the Department of Physics. The lectures will give the audience an insight into the research carried out by the speaker.

Wednesday 11 May, 16.00, W0.03 (Sir David Davies)

Superconductivity and Magnetism: Friend or Foe? - by Dr Niladri Banerjee, Lecturer, Department of Physics

Dr Niladri Banerjee, lecturer in the Department of Physics, will present a research talk titled: 'Superconductivity and Magnetism: Friend or Foe?

To read more about this talk click the link below for the event's poster.

Niladri Banerjee Research Talk

Wednesday 9 March, 16.00, W0.03 (Sir David Davies)

What have particle physicists ever done for us? - by Dr Mike Cropper, Senior Lecturer, Department of Physics

Dr Mike Cropper, senior lecturer in the Department of Physics, will present a research talk titled: 'What have particle physicists ever done for us? (And what are we doing for them?)

Click the link below to read more about this talk.

Mike Cropper research talk

Wednesday 10 February, 16.00, W0.03 (Sir David Davies)

Stuff you should know about: SQUIDs! - by Dr Boris Chesca, Senior Lecturer, Department of Physics

Dr Boris Chesca, senior lecturer in the Department of Physics, will present a research talk titled: 'Stuff you should know about: SQUIDs!'

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Dr Boris Chesca Research Talk

Wednesday 9 December, 16.30, W0.03 (Sir David Davies)

Nano-devices driven by noise - by Prof Sergey Saveliev, Head of Department, Department of Physics

Professor Sergey Saveliev, Head of Physics Department at Loughborough University, will present a research talk on Nano-devices driven by noise.

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Sergey Saveliev Research Talk

Wednesday 21 October, 16.00, W0.03 (Sir David Davies)

My experience in ATLAS, the World's Largest Experiment - by Santi Borgna, Part D Engineering Physics

Santi Borgna, Part D Engineering Physics student, will lift the lid on his time as a placement student at CERN in Switzerland.

Santi Borgna Research Talk