Alumni

The Department of Physics Alumni Relations Office works to develop, nurture and promote a continuing relationship between the Department and its alumni.
We also work with current students, staff, researchers and friends of the Department, aiming and enhancing the experience of being part of one of the largest and most successful Departments of Physics in the world.

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29 May 2014

Physics Alumni Events for June

June is a busy month with so many events taking place...Have you booked yet?

Saturday June 7th - Atomic and Laser & Condensed Matter Physics Alumni event. Oxford.

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07 May 2014

Physics Spring 2014 Newsletter

The latest Department of Physics Newsletter, is now available to download.
We would love to hear from you. Send us your ideas, photos, anecdotes or anything else you would like to share.

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25 March 2014

Alumna Roma Agrawal one of M&S Leading Ladies

Physics alumna Roma Agrawal ('Roma The Engineer') keeps in touch with the Department and she sent us this update, so we could share with you all...Congratulations Roma in your continued success!

Dear all

I have had a busy start to the year with a number of presentations at schools and universities, enjoyed a weekend at the Big Bang Fair, and have been shortlisted for the Women in Construction and ACE Engineering Excellence Awards!

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20 February 2014

'From football to Physics' a way of life for Rhodes Scholar and Wadham College physics alumnus Joe Romig.

Wadham College has produced a lovely article about Joe Romig, who studied Physics here in 1963.

We had the pleasure to see Joe back in the Clarendon Lab last year during the Rhodes House 110th Anniversary celebrations, and also during Alumni Weekend; as well as earlier this year...even though he now lives in the USA.

You can read more about his journey here, on Wadham's website.

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10 February 2014

Physics Alumni Networking event at the Oxford and Cambridge Club

Oxford and Cambridge Club Alumni Networking Event

Prof Ramin Golestanian gave a lecture to Physics Alumni during a Physics networking event last Friday (7/2/14) at the beautiful Oxford and Cambridge Club (London). The subject was 'Living Matter'.

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04 February 2014

Do physics graduates make good entrepreneurs? by Steve Morris (University College, 1986)

Do physics graduates make good entrepreneurs?

About the author: Steve Morris writes for technology review website S21 and blogs about science in his spare time.

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04 February 2014

Recent Graduate Photography Competition 2014

Graduate Photography Competition 2014

In the University's annual competition, Oxford’s current and recent graduate students share their experiences of the University and its colleges through their photographs.

The theme of this year’s photo competition is to capture the essence of one of Oxford’s graduate courses. We want you to use your creativity to show prospective students what a particular graduate course here at Oxford is all about through your photographs.

Prizes are available for one winner and two runners up.

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22 January 2014

Why Rosetta Matters?

Rosetta is all over the news this week. Watch Dr Chris Lintott (Astrophysics) talking to Jeremy Paxman on the last Newsnight episode, about why it matters...

[click on the image below to watch the clip]

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22 January 2014

Welcome 2014!

A very happy New Year to all from the Alumni Office!

Thank you to all alumni who have registered in the Physics website...those of you who have, would have received advance notice for a series of events that we are planning for the coming months.

During February, we will host the following events:

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20 December 2013

Season's Greetings

To all Physics Alumni and Friends of the Department, Happy Christmas and a New Year full of wonder and discovery...with our very best wishes.

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