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Terabotics project shortlisted for prestigious award

The Terabotics project, led by Professor Emma MacPherson, which aims to integrate terahertz technology with surgical robotics to help improve cancer diagnosis and treatment has been shortlisted for the Engineer's Collaborate to Innovate Awards 2021.

Find out more about Emma's Terahertz Research Group. 


Welcome to New Staff

We would like to welcome our new academic staff members who have recently joined Physics. Please see our New Staff page for a photo and brief biography for each new academic.

Tue 19 Oct 2021, 16:37 | Tags: announcements, Staff and Department

John Horsler

It was with great sadness that we learned that our friend and colleague John Horsler had passed away on Saturday 2nd October after a long illness that he bore with great fortitude. He will be deeply missed.

Details of the thanksgiving service now on the website.

Thu 07 Oct 2021, 17:01 | Tags: announcements, Staff and Department

Professorial Promotions

Congratulations to the following Physics staff on their promotion to Professor:

  • Emma MacPherson
  • Martin Lees

The promotions are in effect from 1 August 2021.

Tue 20 Jul 2021, 09:29 | Tags: Feature News, Staff and Department

Warwick Awards for Personal Tutoring Excellence

Congratulations to Michael Pounds (Senior Tutor/ Director of Student Experience) who has won a Warwick Award for Personal Tutoring Excellence (WAPTE). The WAPTE awards recognise staff who have made an outstanding contribution to the support of students through the University's personal tutoring system.

Fri 18 Jun 2021, 17:46 | Tags: Staff and Department, Awards, Faculty of Science

PhD Thesis Prize 2021

Many congratulations to Drs Elena Cukanovaite, James Gott and Samuele Ferracin, for their success in the 2021 PhD Thesis Prize competition. Elena won the Winton Prize for Astrophysics, James was awarded the Springer Thesis Prize, while Samuele is the recipient of the Faculty of Science and Department of Physics Thesis prize. Read on for more details about the prizes and their research.


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