UCLan reports on the new US Soft Matter calendar. Download yourself a free copy, and enjoy our image in December 2013 ! UCLAN PHYSICIST WINS AN INTERNATIONAL ART COMPETITION A physicist from the University of Central Lancashire (UCLan) has won an international art competition. Dr Marco Pinna won the first “Where Soft Matter Science Meets… Read More ›
Today our brochure publisher, Blurb, released the constraint on the minimum price for our brochure in ebook format. We are very pleased that everybody can now download our brochure as ebook for the iPad® absolutely FREE of charge. A printed souvenir edition is also available in both hard- and softcover.
You can see some recent photos in our flickr collection.
After just 4 months using the theme Nuntius (see the image) our blog is moved to a newly released premium theme Mimbo Pro, which is a compact and colourful magazine-style theme. I experimented with several free themes since the start of the blog, and each time something was missing. Thus I decided to try a… Read More ›
Glossy, souvenir-type, brochure of our group is now available as print book in either hardcover or softcover and as a FREE ebook for the iPad. It describes the Computational Physics Group at the University of Central Lancashire in the period 2004-2011, and consists of 54 pages with colour photos and images printed on thick Premium Lustre Finish… Read More ›
Since May 2011 our blog was using theme The Morning After, which made the blog look like a magazine (see the Image 1). Our blog was very popular with the readers in 2011 and featured in December 2011 issue of Soft Matter World. Nevertheless, I think it looked still a bit crowded, and in January 2012 we moved to one of the… Read More ›
The WordPress.com stats helper monkeys prepared a 2011 annual report for this blog. Here’s an excerpt: The concert hall at the Syndey Opera House holds 2,700 people. This blog was viewed about 11,000 times in 2011. If it were a concert at Sydney Opera House, it would take about 4 sold-out performances for that many people… Read More ›
You can see here our colorful blog images composed of most frequent 150 words on our blog made using www.wordle.net and simulation images of words by Marco Pinna.
Rich physics of the phenomena, which we investigate in our group, talks to us through images, which come as a result of powerful computer simulations. As our main interest is in a dynamical evolution of the structures, our results are not just simple stills but movies, some of which you can watch on our blog…. Read More ›
A few short videos from the reception before Andrei Zvelindovsky’s Professorial Inaugural Lecture on 6th October 2010 (taken by Prof. Hans Fraaije):
Our books (read about them: 1 and 2). Click on the images below to enlarge them.
Our papers feature on journal covers. Click on the images below to enlarge them and launch a carousel.
Rich physics of the phenomena in the described projects talks to us through images, which come as a result of powerful computer simulations. As our main interest is in a dynamical evolution of the structures, our results are not just simple stills but movies, some of which you can watch on our blog. Here we… Read More ›
Photos of us can be also found on other pages. Watch a slideshow or random selection photos from our group life: