25 May 2024
Staff and students working in the Beecroft Building.
Alumni events

Saturday Morning of Theoretical Physics

Theme: 'Physics of living systems'

29 May 2024
Seminars and colloquia

CMT Forum: Andrew Lucas

Two tales about quantum statistical mechanics in LDPC codes

30 May 2024
Seminars and colloquia

Title TBC

Hannah Ravenswood (Oxford, MPLS, EDI)

3 June 2024
Two physicists (a female and male) working on a lab experiment
Seminars and colloquia

ALP Seminar: Correlating photons using the collective nonlinear response of atoms weakly coupled to an optical mode

Prof. Arno Rauschenbeutel

3 June 2024
Sarah Loos
Seminars and colloquia

SoftBio Theory Seminar: Fluctuating many-body systems with nonreciprocal interactions

Sarah Loos

3 June 2024
Astrophysics Colloquium
Seminars and colloquia

Prof Ryan Hickox

New Windows on the Hidden Evolution of Supermassive Black Holes

4 June 2024
Seminars and colloquia

Search for CPT and Lorentz Invariance Violation in Muon g-2

Search for CPT and Lorentz Invariance Violation in Muon g-2

4 June 2024
Pride flag flying above the Beecroft building
Public talks and lectures

Pride lecture: A time out in cosmology

This inaugural pride lecture will be given by Professor Peter Coles, University of Maynooth

5 June 2024
Seminars and colloquia

CMT Forum: Dimitry Abanin

TBA

5 June 2024
Simulation image of supernova explosions & portrait image of Professor Adam Burrows
Public talks and lectures

27th Hintze Lecture: Professor Adam Burrows

Professor Adam Burrows will deliver the 27th Hintze Lecture discussing 'Understanding supernova explosions with sophisticated computer simulations'

7 June 2024
Image shows the Oxford and Cambridge Club in London, and the copyright is theirs. The portraits of the speakers has been added on top.
Alumni events

Talk and reception at the Oxford & Cambridge Club

Register now for our annual event in London at the Oxford & Cambridge Club.

8 June 2024
Blackboard image
Secondary school events

Problem Solving in Physics - how to extend your able students

Ideas for physics teachers about how to extend able students in lessons, and within extension classes.