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COVID-19 Return to Campus

Physics is following all university guidance to ensure our activities can restart and continue to operate safely.

Staff and PhD students are reminded that they must not come to campus if they are displaying any symptoms of Covid-19.

Please read the guidance and complete the checklist before returning to campus.

Fri 02 Oct 2020, 10:16 | Tags: announcements

New Students 2020

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.

Wed 02 Sep 2020, 10:48 | Tags: Undergraduates

Videos of the workshop "Theoretical and Mathematical Physic in Paris, Singapore and Warwick" now online

Video of Day 1, Video of Day 2

Theoretical and mathematical physicists at Cergy, Singapore and Warwick have many common research interests, for example mathematical and computational methods, artificial intelligence, quantum physics in all its manifestations, etc., and potential for future projects for collaboration. In order to communicate these better to each other, we met virtually for a 2-half-day workshop in July 2020 with selected presentations.

Researchers were free to present in-progress projects, talk about completed papers or give overview talks of their research interest. Similarly, PhD and MSc level students were encouraged to present their work, either as a talk or as a virtual poster.

Have a look at the vidoes to see if some of the work would be of interest to you and feel free to contact colleagues in Cergy, Singapore and of course also at Warwick.

Video of Day 1, Video of Day 2

Wed 21 Oct 2020, 22:44 | Tags: Research

Sandra Chapman awarded Ed Lorenz Lecture at the 2020 Fall AGU Meeting

Professor Sandra Chapman (CFSA) awarded the 2020 Ed Lorenz Lecture for the Fall Meeting of the American Geophysical Union (AGU) – which will be one of the world’s largest virtual scientific conferences [1-17 December 2020]. The Ed Lorenz Lecture is given on topics in non-linear physics across all for space and geophysics. Lecture will explore how advances in fundamental physics can help quantify space weather risk.

Thu 01 Oct 2020, 14:05 | Tags: Press, Research, Staff and Department, Awards

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