How do galaxies evolve? What are cosmic rays? From classical astronomy to dark matter and astroparticle physics, in this course you’ll explore the night sky
Discover Physics in our everyday life and in the lab and understand how it shapes the world around us.
The meeting is intended for anybody who wishes to become familiar with current research in magnetism in condensed matter physics.
A one-day session for students who are thinking of applying to do a Physics or a Theoretical Physics degree at university.
One of the most popular lecturers of the Physics Department, Dr Andrew Casey is well known for his live demos, his ability to engage with his audience and his soft spot for liquid nitrogen!
‘Condensed Matter Physics in the City’ brings together condensed matter theorists and experimentalists from the UK and abroad.
Royal Holloway has the pleasure to invite from the United States two internationally acclaimed academics in Physics and Music respectively, for a unique public event.
The plans for the second Run of the LHC changes the focus in the Higgs sector from searches to precision measurements. Effective Lagrangians can be used for parameterisation. A signal morphing method.
Understanding systems operating far from equilibrium from the perspective of time-varying dynamics