Stargazing Oxford returns on the 28th January 2017 from 2pm to 10pm (last entry 9.30pm)
The 13th Hintze Lecture will be delivered by Professor David Spergel, Charles A. Young Professor of Astronomy, Princeton Unversity, on Thursday 10th November 2016 @ 17:30 in the Martin Wood Lecture Theatre.
Title: Our Simple but Strange Universe
Stargazing Oxford returns on the 16th January 2016 from 2pm to 10pm (last entry 9.30pm)
QUANTUM GAMES AND QUANTUM INFORMATION
Professor Anton Zeilinger
University of Vienna and Scientific Director of the Institute of Quantum Optics and Quantum Information of the Austrian Academy of Sciences
Corinna Dahnke at email@example.com
Professor Dr Immanuel Bloch, Max-Planck Institute of Quantum Optics, Garching & Ludwig-Maximilians University, Munich will deliver the 57th Cherwell-Simon Lecture. Further details will follow.
Ms Olivia Hawkes
Condensed Matter Physics, Clarendon Laboratory, Parks Road, Oxford OX1 3PU
T: (01865) 272225
5th Workshop on the Physics of Fine-Tuning: Inflationary Cosmology
Robert Brandenberger (McGill) - Does Inflationary Cosmology Solve Fine-TuningPuzzles?
Anne-Christine Davis (DAMTP, Cambridge)- Non-Minimally Coupled Fields in the Early Universe
Jerome Martin (Institut d’Astrophysique de Paris) - Inflation After Planck
Rafael Alves Batista
The 14th Hintze Lecture will be delivered by Professor Conny Aerts, Director, Institute of Astronomy KU Leuven.
This is a free event, general public welcome.
Postdoc Careers Event
Are you a postdoc interested on how to optimize your career options in academia? Or curious on career opportunities beyond the Ivory Tower? Then come to the Physics Postdoc Careers Event this Friday - registration form & submission of questions to panellists through this form
1 December 2016
Our latest Department newsletter is now available to download in PDF format here (the file may not display correctly with Firefox/Chrome pdf viewers -- in this case save it to a file and open it with e.g. Acrobat reader or Preview).
Have a look at the wide range of work that we do in front-line research, teaching, public outreach and school education.
29 November 2016
This immersive 360 degree video lets you join in a planetary observing trip using some of the world's best telescopes in Hawaii.
To view on a regular screen, you can click and drag in the video frame to look in any direction. For an immersive experience, view the video using a virtual reality headset. A guide to VR headsets can be found here.