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Amina Asif joins the department as a Teaching Fellow

We are happy to announce that Dr Amina Asif has joined the Department of Computer Science as a Teaching Fellow. Amina has previously worked with us as part of the Tissue Image Analytics (TIA) centre, where her research focussed on weak supervision and model robustness in Computational Pathology. We welcome her to the department!

Mon 20 Mar 2023, 16:09 | Tags: People Highlight Applied Computing

Statistics News and Events Read more from Statistics News and Events

Honourable Mention for Tom Berrett for Bernoulli Society New Researcher Award

Tom Berrett has received an honourable mention for the Bernoulli Society New Researcher Award 2023

Tue 08 Nov 2022, 17:10 | Tags: Prizes & Awards, Prizes and Awards

Physics Department News Read more from Physics Department News

New Students Joining in 2022

For all those students joining us this autumn, we are pleased to welcome you to the Department of Physics.

Please visit our welcome page for further information.

Tue 23 Aug 2022, 16:02

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Evonik invests in Warwick Chemistry spinout, IPL

Evonik has invested in Warwick Chemistry spinout company, Interface Polymers Ltd. Its technology simplifies the processing of mixed plastics and also their recycling. Read moreLink opens in a new window.

Wed 22 Mar 2023, 11:21 | Tags: news PolymerChem MatPolymers Research news Impact

Life Sciences News Read more from Life Sciences News

Job opportunity - Assistant Professor in Environmental Biology (Teaching Focussed)

We are recruiting a Teaching Focussed Assistant Professor in Environmental Biology to join our team to deliver a comprehensive package of teaching, with a particular focus on delivery of lecture and seminar teaching, tutorials, project supervision and practical teaching. You will particularly support the course management, curriculum development and delivery of the MSc Global Decarbonisation, a newly approved interdisciplinary course forming part of the University of Warwick’s STEM Grand Challenge.

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School of Engineering News Read more from School of Engineering News

National Student Survey (NSS) 2023

The National Student Survey (NSS) is now open!

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Participation will led to funding for @warwickengsoc, @womenwarwick & EWB Warwick plus a prize draw for individuals.

Find out more and take part....

WMG News Read more from WMG News

Historic devolution agreement signed at WMG

Picture shows West Midlands Mayor, Andy Street; Levelling Up Secretary, Michael Gove; Vice Chancellor of the University of Warwick, Professor Stuart Croft and Dean of WMG, Professor Robin ClarkProfessor Robin Clark, Dean of WMG at the University of Warwick, was pleased to welcome Levelling Up Secretary, Michael Gove and West Midlands Mayor, Andy Street on Monday (20 March).

The Levelling Up Secretary and West Midlands Mayor signed a landmark deeper devolution deal for the region, marking a seismic shift in power, funding and responsibility from Whitehall to the region, at a ceremonial event that took place at WMG at the University of Warwick.

The deal announced in the Spring Budget puts more cash and power in the hands of local leaders to invest in the priorities that local communities truly care about, such as better bus and train services, skills and housing.

A new long-term funding settlement will enable the Mayor and local councils to plan for the long term, with certainty, and unlock tangible benefits for almost three million people living in the area.

Levelling Up Secretary Michael Gove said: “Visionary local leaders like Andy Street understand the needs of their areas better than decision-makers in Whitehall - that is why it is vital that we put more power and control in their hands.

“This deal goes further than we’ve ever gone before. It will give the Mayor unprecedented power to spend on local priorities and more control over transport, skills and housing – the things people truly care about.

“Today marks a bold new frontier in devolution in this country, and it’s fantastic to see the West Midlands right at the forefront.”

Stuart Croft, Vice Chancellor of the University of Warwick, which hosted the Levelling Up Secretary's visit, said: “It is good to be able to support the hard work across our region that has led to this agreement. We’re proud to play an active role in driving business growth and innovation in the West Midlands, whether that’s through our apprenticeship programmes, support for start-ups, or our close partnerships with industry across the region.

"Our world leading research into new green energy and technology is an example of where we’re not only developing new businesses, skills, and jobs, but also helping the UK to reach its net zero goals.”

Professor Robin Clark, Dean of WMG at the University of Warwick, added: “It was a pleasure to welcome the Levelling Up Secretary and the West Midlands Mayor, and we were proud to provide the location for the signing of this landmark devolution agreement.

“Before the official signing, I had the opportunity to show Mr Gove our 3xD driving simulator for autonomous vehicle research, and to explain more about WMG’s commitment to developing new engineering and manufacturing skills to help bridge the gap between academia and industry.”

Read more about the Deeper Devolution Deal.

Wed 22 Mar 2023, 14:12 | Tags: Partnerships Visits VIP Visits Warwick News Robin Clark

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Karen Vogtmann’s work appears in Quanta Magazine

The recent paper The Euler characteristic of the moduli space of graphs, by Michael BorinskyLink opens in a new window and Karen VogtmannLink opens in a new window, has been highlighted in Quanta Magazine: Quantum Field Theory Pries Open Mathematical PuzzleLink opens in a new window. You can also read the original arXiv paper hereLink opens in a new window.

Mon 27 Feb 2023, 15:41 | Tags: People, Mathematics, Faculty of Science

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Students launch Dementia Cafe in Leamington

Our MB ChB students are hoping to make a real difference in the community by opening a Dementia Café in a popular residential area of Leamington.

Memory Lane café will take place on Wednesdays from 1pm – 3pm at the Sydni Centre from Wednesday 22 March, providing a friendly space for older people with memory loss, to chat, undertake a range of activities and have some refreshments. For more information click here

Thu 16 Mar 2023, 15:52 | Tags: news Community HealthSciences

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