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Faculty of Natural & Mathematical Sciences

Inaugural Lectures Series

The Faculty of Natural & Mathematical Sciences launched its Inaugural Lectures series in November 2014. The series will feature professors from across all departments, who will deliver a one hour lecture relating to their area of research and expertise. The lectures will give audiences an insight into the cutting edge research and teaching innovation taking place within the Faculty.

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Each lecture will conclude with a reception, providing attendees with the opportunity to discuss the topics further with colleagues and peers.

 

Please see below for details of all Inaugural Lectures in the Faculty

 

Inaugural Lectures 2018/2019
Date  & TimeSpeakerLecture TitleBooking

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Professor Alexander Pushnitski

 

 

Thursday 25th April 2019

18:30

Professor Yan Fyodorov

 

 

 

 

 

Inaugural Lectures 2017/2018
Date  & TimeSpeakerLecture TitleBooking

Thursday 23 November 2017

18.30

Professor Michael Pitt

Dynamic Estimation: new approaches to inference for time series models

 

Tuesday 13 February 2018

18:30

Professor Michael Kölling

 

Teaching Programming: Tools and techniques for teaching programming to novices

Yes

 

Thursday 22 March 2018

Professor Simon Parsons

Why should I do that? Computational models of argument and decision making

Yes

Inaugural Lectures, 2016/2017
Date  & TimeSpeakerLecture Title

Thursday 2 February 2017

18.30

Professor Steven Gilmour

Better by design: statistical planning of experiments

Thursday 6 April 2017

18:30

Professor Samjid Mannan

Materials for electronics: progress towards the indestructible joint

Inaugural Lectures, 2015/2016
Date  & TimeSpeakerLecture Title

Thursday 21 April 2016

17.30

Professor Arumugam Nallanathan

Molecular communication: from nature to practice

Wednesday 23 March 2016

17:30

Professor Tony Paxton

Pernicious effects of hydrogen in steel: in defence of nineteenth century engineering

Wednesday 9 December 2015

17:30

Professor Neil Lambert

Gauge Theories from the 11th Dimension

Inaugural Lectures, 2014/2015
Date  & TimeSpeaker Lecture Title

Wednesday 18 March 2015

17:00

Professor Carla Molteni

From green tea to snow crystals: understanding complex systems with the aid of supercomputers

Tuesday 31 March 2015

17:00

Professor 

Klaus Suhling

Counting photons and glowing in the dark – advancing fluorescence microscopy for the life sciences

Wednesday 15 April 2015

17:00

Professor Derek Long Planning is Everything
Inaugural Lectures, November - December 2014
Date  & TimeSpeaker  Title

Tuesday 4 November 2014

18.15

Professor Dario Martelli

The universe as a hologram

Wednesday 5 November 2014

17:00

Professor Mark van Schilfgaarde How do we explain why materials behave as they do?

Thursday 13 November 2014

17:30

Professor Luca Viganò Is security really mortals' chiefest enemy?

Friday 14 November 2014

17:30

Professor John Ellis From little bangs to the big bang

Thursday 20 November 2014

17:00

Professor Anatoly Zayats Light reflections: the physics of stained glass

Thursday 4 December 2014

17:30

Professor Nicholas Shepherd-Barron Curves, abelian varieties and their moduli spaces
Inaugural Lectures, January - May 2014
DateSpeaker Title

Wednesday 22 January 2014

Professor Mischa Dohler

The dawn of connected machines

Thursday 23 January 2014 Professor Adrian Constantin

Particle trajectories beneath irrotational travelling water waves

Thursday 24 April 2014 Professor Maribel 

Fernández

Systems specification, analysis and simulation via rewriting: from programs to biology
Wednesday 30 April 2014 Professor Zoran Cvetkovic Redundancy in signal expansions: making big data bigger and what it buys
Thursday 22 May 2014 Professor Mairi Sakellariadou Unweaving the fabric of the universe
Thursday 29 May 2014 Professor Reimer 

Kühn

Random walks in complex networks
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