Events from the 2020-21 Academic Year
The following events (Michaelmas 2021 – Trinity 2022) are presented from newest to oldest. Upcoming events will be posted here and on our Facebook page and the front page on a weekly basis.
30th May: Towards Erbium Bose-Einstein Condensate in an Optical Box
Thank you to Doctor Milan Krstajic for giving this talk!
16th May: A Brief History of Time Crystals
Thank you to Professor Shivaji Sondhi for giving this talk!
11th May: Thermalization and its Discontents
Thank you to Professor Sid Parameswaran for giving this talk!
24th February: Econophysics – Physicists in Economics
Thank you to Professor Doyne Farmer for giving this talk!
18th February: The muon g-2 experiment: an overview for everyone
Thank you to Doctor Farrukh Afzar for giving this talk, and to the Oxford University Scientific Society for co-organising!
16th February: Quantum thought experiments: testing time, tech and too many cats inside your head
Thank you to Maria Violaris for giving this talk!
9th February: Universes as Big Data
Thank you to Professor Yang-Hui He for giving this talk!
1st December: Introduction to resurgence
Thank you to Professor Brent Pym for giving this talk!
24th November: Active Matter: Topology in Biology
Thank you to Professor Julia Yeomans for giving this talk!
18th November: Why two Higgs are better than one
Thank you to Professor Todd Huffman for giving this talk!
17th November: Introduction to Topological Quantum Field Theories
Thank you to Sujay Nair for giving this talk!
19th October: Class on Plasma Physics – Intro into geometrical optics of dispersive waves
Thank you to Doctor Ilya Dodin for giving this class!
You can find events from the previous academic year here: 2020-2021 Events Archive