Mathematics and Physics Masterclasses

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Masterclasses for Schools and Colleges

The School of Mathematics and Physics offer a range of masterclasses available to school and college students in order to give them a taste of what it might be like to learn at Lincoln. These sessions aim to demonstrate our range of knowledge and expertise at Lincoln, while giving prospective students an insight into what they might study if they choose to undertake a degree in mathematics or physics. Explore our masterclasses below or get in touch with our outreach lead Dr Matthew Booth to request a specific masterclass.

Physics Masterclasses

3D Printing Under the Microscope

Dr Claire McIlroy

Does Mr Entropy need Phoenix Wright?

Dr Fabien Paillusson

Quantum tunnelling: applications in experimental physics

Dr Manuela Mura

Chaos theory: what is 'the butterfly effect'?

Dr Matthew Booth

Quantum dots: what, why and how?

Dr Matthew Booth

Error propagation: what does calculus have to do with experimental physics? 

Dr Matthew Booth

Fantastic worlds and where to find them 

Dr Phil Sutton

Mathematics Masterclasses

Predator-prey mathematical models and their applications in real world problems

De Helen Christodoulidi

Fractals, Hausdorff dimension and the coastline paradox

Dr Anitha Thillaisundaram

Maximisation and minimisation problems and their applications in science and industry

Dr Martin Greenall

Simple maths of complex birds flocking

Prof Andrei Zvelindovsky

Cardinalities

Dr Simon Smith

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

  mathsphysics@lincoln.ac.uk