Faculty Christmas Lectures for Schools 2014
We are delighted to announce the line up of speakers and titles for the 2014 Christmas Lectures in the Faculty of Natural & Mathematical Sciences, which will take place on Tuesday 9 December.
Delivered in our newly renovated Great Hall at our Strand campus, our Christmas Lectures showcase teaching and learning in the Faculty of Natural & Mathematical Sciences, across our Departments of Chemistry, Informatics, Mathematics, Physics and Biomedical Engineering. Aimed at 15-17 year olds, our lectures give a Christmas theme to current areas of interest in science and mathematics.
The programme for this year's series will also include interactive activities including a Christmas-themed science quiz and exhibits from our departments.
||Registration & Exhibition
||Dean of Faculty, Professor Michael Luck
||The Mathematics of Snowflakes
||Dr Alexander Pushnitski, Department of Mathematics
||Newton to Video Games to the Clinic: the Revolution of Computational Physics
||Dr David Nordsletten, Division of Imaging Sciences & Biomedical Engineering
||ChristMASS in Physics: Higgs Boson, Neutrinos & Dark Matter
||Dr Jean Alexandre, Department of Physics
||Refreshments & Exhibition
||Sleigh Rides through Energy Landscapes: Guiding Local Search
||Dr Kathleen Steinhofel, Department of Informatics
||The Smells of Christmas
||Professor Roger Morris, Department of Chemistry
||Campus Tour with current students
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