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The Superconductivity and Magnetism Group is based in the Physics Department of the University of Warwick.
Our laboratories are on the Ground Floor (level 1) of the Main Physics Department building (picture right).
For directions on how to find the laboratories of the Superconductivity and Magnetism Group once you are inside the Department click here
|For directions on how to get to the offices of the permanent members of staff in the Superconductivity and Magnetism group click here.||
Department of Physics
University of Warwick.
The telephone and room numbers of everyone in the Superconductivity and Magnetism Group can be found on the Who's Who page of this Web Site.
If you enter the Physics Department through the Main Entrance on the Ground Floor you will find yourself in the Departmental Foyer. (Note, there is a Focault pendulum in the foyer).
Take the corridor (marked in green on the level one floor plan shown opposite).
Our research laboratories (rooms 122-130) are situated along this corridor and are highlighted in yellow on the floor plan.
Our helium recovery and liquefier equipment is sited outside in rooms P1-P3
|Physics Department level 1 floor plan|
If you enter the Physics Department via the Science Faculty Concourse on level 3, then take either set of blue double doors into the stair well. Take the lift or stairs down to the ground floor (level 1). Exit the stair well through another set of blue double doors into the foyer or loading bay area marked in blue on floor plan shown above. Take the corridor highlighted in green that runs along the length of the building. Our laboratories are shown in yellow.
Directions on how to get to the offices of the permanent members of the Superconductivity and Magnetism Group
|Physics Department level 2 floor plan|
If you enter the Physics Department through the Main Entrance on the Ground Floor you will find yourself in the Departmental Foyer.
Take the blue double doors straight ahead of you leading to the stair well. Go up one flight of stairs to level two.
Once you are on level two continue round, past the lift and through another set of blue fire doors into a short corridor (marked in green on the plan above). Rooms P230 and P232 (Post Docs and Visiting Fellows), P234 (Prof. Don Paul), P236 (Prof. Geetha Balakrishnan, P238 (Dr. Martin Lees), P240 (Dr. Oleg Petrenko), and P242 (Dr. Paul Goddard) are in this corridor. If there is no one at home, (unlikely as we all work 24 hours a day, seven days a week!), then you will have to take the lift to the fifth floor where you should find on of the Department's friendly and helpful Departmental Administrative staff.
If you have come into the Physics Department via the Science Faculty Concourse on level 3, then take either set of blue double doors into a stair well. If you are in the foyer stairwell go down one flight of stairs, stop at level two and follow the instructions given directly above. If you are unlucky and you find yourself in the other stairwell you will have to go down to the ground floor (level 1). Exit the stair well through the set of blue fire doors to your right into the loading bay area marked in blue on the level 1 floor plan. Take the corridor highlighted in green that runs along the length of the building. This brings you out into the foyer and you can follow the instructions given above from here on.
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