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New paper on Nanotubes

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Wednesday, April 10, 2019 • Science, Updates

New paper ‘The Role of Cation-Vacancies for the Electronic and Optical Properties of Aluminosilicate Imogolite Nanotubes: A Non-local, Linear-Response TDDFT Study’ published in ‘Frontiers of Chemistry’, read it here. Another application of Sergey Chulkov’s work on calculating excited states within the CP2K code. The work pushes the system sizes routinely above 1000 atoms. It reveals… Read More ›

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Physics Seminar: Dr. Francis Woodhouse

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Date: Wednesday 27th of March, 13:30. Location: INB3305 (Isaac Newton Building). ‘Autonomous mechanisms inspired by biology’ by Francis Woodhouse, Mathematical Institute, University of Oxford, UK. Abstract: Unlike the air around us, biological systems are not in equilibrium: cells consume chemical energy to keep growing and moving, forming a clear arrow of time. The recent creation… Read More ›

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Inauguration ceremony

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Originally posted on Maths & Physics News:
In an exciting ceremony on 1st of September 2016 at 3:30 pm our school was officially inaugurated by Professor Efim Zelmanov. The ceremony was a part of the first maths conference in Lincoln and on a such an occasion the conference participants were joined by the school staff…

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New paper on Nanotubes

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New paper ‘The Role of Cation-Vacancies for the Electronic and Optical Properties of Aluminosilicate Imogolite Nanotubes: A Non-local, Linear-Response TDDFT Study’ published in ‘Frontiers of Chemistry’, read it here. Another application of Sergey Chulkov’s work on calculating excited states within the CP2K code. The work pushes the system sizes routinely above 1000 atoms. It reveals… Read More ›

Education »

Fiona’s graduation

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On 24th of January 2018 Fiona Bissett had her graduation ceremony in Lincoln Cathedral. Fiona is our second graduate in the history of the school, and the first Master by Research. Her Master of Science by Research thesis “Computational study of the self-assembly of hypoxanthine in the gas-phase and on the Au(111) surface” was written under the… Read More ›

Outreach »

Entropy public lecture in Keele

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Originally posted on Theory of Complex Matter:
On Thursday 21/02/19, Fabien Paillusson delivered an IOP public lecture on Entropy entitled “Does Mr Entropy need Phoenix Wright?” at Keele University. The lecture was followed by very interesting questions from the public revolving around granular materials, the entropy of the universe, entropy as a relative or absolute…

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Physics Seminar: Prof. Bart Hoogenboom

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Date: Wednesday 5th of December, 13:30. Location: INB3305 (Isaac Newton Building). ‘Polymer choreography in the nuclear pore complex’ by Bart Hoogenboom, Department of Physics & Astronomy, UCL, London, UK. Abstract: To regulate macromolecular transport into and out of the cell nucleus, the cell relies on giant macromolecular machines called nuclear pore compexes (NPCs). NPCs span… Read More ›

Group life »

Fiona runs Lincoln Half

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On Sunday 2nd October Fiona ran in the Lincoln Half marathon, the first to be held in the city for around 25 years. The route started from the Lincolnshire show ground, north of the city, and made its way into the city, winding around the Cathedral, through the grounds of the Castle and heading down… Read More ›

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Seasons Greetings

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Originally posted on Maths & Physics News:
Lincoln’s School of Mathematics and Physics wishes a happy new year 2019 to all staff, students, friends and followers!

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Physics World: Image of the day

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Marco Pinna’s image from the December 2013 Soft Matter World Calendar appeared as the Image of the day for 31 January 2014 on IOP’s Physics World Facebook page.

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Women in Maths

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Originally posted on Maths & Physics News:
Our  Master by Research student and Back2Science Fellow Fiona Bissett has been featured today in Women in Maths FB!

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CP2K workshop in Ghent

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Matt Watkins helped run a workshop introducing the CP2K atomistic simulation code to users in Ghent, Belgium. Ghent is quite old: the lecture room was somewhere in the middle of the building in the foreground. Evidence of the talk being given can be found here.

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