Talks, Lectures and Seminars
An opportunity to hear about the latest research by invited experts in their field. All are welcome to attend.
Dr Henri Godfrin, Université Grenoble Alpes, Institut Néel - CNRS Grenoble, France
Wednesday 11 December 2013, 1600-1700
Frankland Colloquium Room
Experiments on quantum fluids and solids performed using neutron scattering techniques at very low temperatures are at the origin of our present understanding of strongly interacting many-particle systems, for instance insulators, metals, neutron stars and so on.
Dr Andrew Ferguson, Cavendish Laboratory, Cambridge
Friday 13 December 2013, 1500-1600
C1 Physics Building
'Splitting a single Cooper pair with microwave light' - C1, 3pm
Professor Charles Spence, Crossmodal Research Laboratory, Oxford University
Tuesday 17 December 2013, 1525-1625
Management School Building
In this talk, leading food sensory expert and Professor of Experimental Psychology at Oxford Charles Spence will demonstrate how we process smell, taste, sight, hearing and touch and the resulting implications for the way in which we design experiences.