Alumni articles for event

'Henry G.J. Moseley: Physicist and Soldier' Alumni Networking Event last week

Posted: 14 May 2015

Last week we held a lovely and informative event at the Soldiers of Oxfordshire Museum in Woodstock, to commemorate and honour the life of Henry G. J.

Alumni event in London at the Oxford & Cambridge Club

Posted: 02 May 2013

The University Alumni Office is organising a professional networking event at the Oxford & Cambridge Club (London) on Wednesday 22nd May, 'Careers in Science Communication'.
Among the speakers, Dr Chris Lintott (Astrophysics, Department of Physics) will share his experiences.

Please have a look here for full details.

or visit the facebook page here

Note that this event is not organised by the Physics Department.

Cherwell-Simon Lecture on “Emergent Law” by Prof Robert Laughlin, Stanford University, Nobel Prize in Physics 1998.

Posted: 11 Apr 2013

This year’s Cherwell-Simon Lecture on “Emergent Law” will be held on Friday 3rd May 2013 (16.30 pm, Martin Wood Lecture Theatre).
The speaker will be Prof Robert Laughlin, Stanford University, Nobel Prize in Physics 1998.

If you should be interested to meet with the Professor (he will have some availability on the 2nd and 3rd of May 2013 and possibly very limited availability on the 1st ), please do let me Corinna know.
It would be very helpful if you please could state your availability and what you would like to discuss with him.

Phone: +44 (0)1865 272225
Email: corinna.dahnke@phys

Alumni European Reunion, 26-28 April, Madrid (Spain)

Posted: 08 Mar 2013

26-28 April 2013, Madrid

This year’s European Reunion draws from Madrid’s rich history to bring you a spectacular weekend of talks, tours and dinners.

You can have a look at the core programme, and register here

The Chairman of the Department of Physics will be hosting a visit and guided tour in English to the Royal Observatory (at Parque del Retiro), followed by short informal lectures and a drinks reception on Saturday 27th, from 16:30 hs onwards, before gathering with the rest of the A

Today, IoP comes to Oxford

Posted: 30 Jan 2013

The Institute of Physics will be running this FREE event to find out a bit more about teaching as a career.
It's open to physics students of all years.
Come along for refreshments and freebies, as well as a wealth of information about training routes, applications, funding, 'golden hellos', IOP Teacher Training Scholarships (£20,000) and what to expect from a PGCE, as well as how the IOP can support and help you now and if you become a trainee teacher!

More information: click here.
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