Trinity term 2018
Quantum materials public lecture 2018
18:00 on 26 April, Martin Wood lecture theatre
Co-hosted by the Oxford Department of Physics and the Oxford Physics Society, the lecture will be followed by a drinks reception in the Martin Wood Lecture Theatre Foyer.
Join us for an exploration of quantum materials – what they are,
what they can do, and why they are so profoundly interesting!
Solid matter contains unimaginably large numbers of electrons which determine many of the material’s properties. Although lots of materials can be described by treating these electrons as independent, research has uncovered an increasing number of ‘quantum materials’ that display non-trivial and often spectacular phenomena, resulting from many electrons acting in unison. In this lecture, Professor Andrew Boothroyd will introduce the field of quantum materials. draw upon recent work in Oxford, and describe how modern experimental techniques are making it possible to unpick complex ordered phases and identify exotic emergent particles.
Free for everyone.
Registration for drink reception is strongly recommended via this link.
Welcome back social
24 April at 20:00-23:00, Wadham College
Welcome back, hope you all had an eventful vac, and are ready to face Trinity. Let’s kick things off with a social with free drinks and snacks, and whine about the upcoming exams together.
Tuesday of week 1
At Wadham college old refectory
Free for members
£5 for new membership & free entry
or just £2 for entry