Phys-X will be hosted in the Department of Physics on 16 December 2014 from 10:00-13:00 approx. During this time there will be several talks of <20 minute duration from academics from the Departments of Physics and Mathematics, and from the Department of Physics and Astronomy at the University of Leicester. The aim of these talks will be to offer a brief insight into some of the central problems in modern physics, and how they can be addressed. The schedule is below.
|10:00||Neil Wilson (Physics, Warwick)||Two dimensional materials|
|10:20||Nial Tanvir (Physics, Leicester)||There's gold in them thar stars|
|10:55||Andrew Levan (Physics, Warwick)||Setting the temperature of the planet|
|11:15||David Armstrong (Physics, Warwick)||Exoplanets|
|11:35||Ben Slater (Physics, Warwick)||Life as a physics undergraduate|
|12:10||Lorenzo Pellis (Maths, Warwick)||Mathematics and Ebola|
|12:30||Sinead Farrington (Physics, Warwick)||Particle Physics|
The talks will be held in in the Physics Lecture Theatre (PLT).