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.

You can also follow us on Twitter, Facebook, LinkedInand Instagram

If you would like to get in touch, share something on this blog or any of the other social media pages, click here to email us.

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]

Read more

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:

Read more

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.

Read more

13 December 2013

Physics Carol Service

Our Physics Carol Service is on Friday afternoon, 20th December at 4:30 in the University Church, High St (entrance also from Radcliffe Square), Oxford.
Families and friends, including children particularly welcome. After the service everyone is invited to wine and mince pies in the de Brome Chapel in the north side of the Church.

Read more

14 November 2013

Physics Industry Day

Oxford University Physics Department Industry Day

Oxford Physics welcomed Industry to the Department, and a variety of activities took place to engage and network with companies that came from as far as Yorkshire.

Read more

11 November 2013

'Waiting for Higgs', now on video.

'Waiting for Higgs'

Prof Sir Christopher Llewellyn Smith gave a lecture last Friday, and it is now available to watch on video for those who could not assist.

This lecture was part of the Physics Colloquium, which offers lectures to members of the University (staff and students) as well as alumni, on Fridays during term time, at 4:15 pm.

Read more

07 November 2013

'The Planetary Weather Report'

Dr Leigh Fletcher is a current member of staff in the sub-department of Atmospheric, Oceanographic and Planetary Physics (AOPP), and he writes a personal blog named 'The Planetary Weather Report'

Read more

24 October 2013

Would you like to contribute to the next newsletter?

Would you like to contribute to the next Physics newsletter?

We have started producing the next newsletter, due out in Spring 2014. Alumni contributions are greatly appreciated, and add an incredible value to this publication.

Read more

17 October 2013

Rhodes scholars and Physics Alumni visited the Department

At Nicholas Kurti's Lab: Rhodes Scholars and Physics Alumni during their visit to commemorate 110th years of Rhodes House last September.

Read more

09 September 2013

Rhodes House 110th Anniversary Celebrations

Rhodes House is celebrating its 110th years with a series of events. On Wednesday 18th September, some Rhodes scholars will visit the Department for a tour and lectures...and later there will be a drinks reception for all Rhodes physicists.

Read more

Pages