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Nobel Prize in Physics 2016: The rise of Topology ... or what's in a quantum vortex?

Date
27/04/2017 (18:30)
Location:
Main lecture Theatre – Founder's Building
Description
In this lecture, Dr Anna Posazhennikova, Royal Holloway Physicist, will discuss how Topology elucidates many mysteries of quantum matter and helps to shape modern Physics. For further information please click on the link above.

Nobel Prize 2016: the rise of topology or what's in a quantum vortex

Date
27/04/2017 (18:30-19:30)
Location:
Founders Auditorium, Founders Building
Description
Dr. Anna Posazhennikova, Royal Holloway Physicist, will discuss how Topology elucidates many mysteries of quantum matter and helps to shape modern Physics

Inspiring the next generation of Physicists

Date
27/03/2017 (17:00-18:30)
Description
An inspiting alumni event at the Physics Department

Astronomy: a journey from amateur to (more) professional

Date
16/03/2017 (18:30-19:30)
Location:
Windsor Auditorium, Windsor Building
Description
Astronomy lecture and stargazing at Royal Holloway.

Light at the end of the tunnel; the new field of quantum engineering

Date
14/03/2017 (18:15-19:30)
Location:
Windsor Auditorium
Description
Inaugural speech of Professor Phil Meeson

Space Festival for the British Science Week

Date
11/03/2017 (08:00-12:00)
Location:
Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park, Stratford
Description
Join us at the "Space Village" for British Science Week!

The coldest place in the Universe

Date
08/12/2016 (18:30)
Location:
Windsor Building Auditorium
Description
Join Dr Andrew Casey, Royal Holloway Physicist, as he explains the amazing, large-scale quantum phenomena that take place in very low temperatures. For further information please click on the link above.

Catching ghost particles

Date
23/11/2016 (18:30)
Location:
Windsor Building Auditorium
Description
Join Dr Asher Kaboth, Royal Holloway Physicist, on a journey to neutrino discovery, full of twists and unexpected results! Why are neutrinos challenging our current understanding of nature? Where do they come from and how can we find them? For further details please click on the link above.

Physics talk on the Mysteries of Quantum Collective Behaviour

Date
07/07/2016 (18:30-20:00)
Location:
Windsor Auditorium
Description
The next event in the series of Physics evening talks at Royal Holloway is presented by Dr Anna Posazhennikova, an expert in Condensed Matter Physics.

Royal Holloway Science Open Day

Date
05/03/2016 (10:00-16:00)
Description
Be inspired by science at the annual Royal Holloway Science Open Day. Come and be part of our popular day of hands-on activities, demonstrations, talks, live experiments and much more. Presented by staff and students from each of our science departments, as well as guest exhibitors, our packed programme has something for all the family.
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