Lincoln Mathematics and Physics Week - British Science Week 2021

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Lincoln Maths and Physics Week

A Maths or Physics degree opens up a wide range of exciting opportunities, and as part of British Science Week 2021, here at the University of Lincoln we celebrated all things maths and physics with a series of lectures from our experts.
Catch up on these sessions to find out more about what we do in the School of Mathematics and Physics at Lincoln, our research, and what makes Lincoln a great place to learn. If you have any questions following these lectures feel free to get in touch, you will find the contact details of all staff with our staff contact list.
If you have any interest in maths, physics, or any of the specific topics below, catch up on the sessions via YouTube Channel or find the full schedule of lectures below with specific links to each individual session. 
Dr. Helen Christodoulidi, Predator-prey mathematical models and their applications in real world problems Watch Back

David Wilkinson from UK Institute of Physics & Univ. of Lincoln, A Half-life in Physics

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Dr. Manuela Mura, Nano-Physics for Nano-Medicine Watch Back 
Dr. Claire McIlroy, 3D Printing Under the Microscope Watch Back 
Dr. Martin Greenall, Maximisation and minimisation problems and their applications in science and industry Watch Back 
Dr. Phil Sutton, Fantastic Worlds and Where to Find Them Watch Back 
Prof. Evgeny Khukhro, Group Theory: algebra of transformations Watch Back 

Prof. Andrei Zvelindovsky, Simple maths of complex birds flocking

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Dr. Matthew Booth, Quantum Dots: what, why and how? Watch Back 

Dr. Simon Smith, Infinity 

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Dr. Anitha Thillaisundaram, Fractals, Hausdorff dimension and the coastline paradox Watch Back 

Dr. Fabien Paillusson, Is the vacuum empty?

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School of Mathematics and Physics
College of Science
University of Lincoln
Brayford Pool Campus
  LN6 7TS