Joint Institute of Physics (IOP) and Institute of Mathematics and its Applications (IMA) lecture Wednesday, 12 December 2012, 18:00 in UCLan M+K Cinema – Foster Lecture Theatre Collective behaviour of birds, fish, ants, … humans. Is it Physics, Mathematics or Biology ? by Professor Andrei Zvelindovsky University of Central Lancashire Large systems of self-propelling particles… 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.
A new blog Study Physics has been launched today. The blog is especially focused on undergraduate Physics students at UCLan.
WordPress workshop: how to enhance publicity of your research and teaching by Andrei Zvelindovsky 22nd of June 2012, 14.00-16.00, in DB325
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 ›
New blog announcement: Science views
Andrei’s inaugural professorial lecture (6th October 2010) is on-line now. Click here to watch it.
Read here news about Andrei’s inaugural lecture: Nano-science stars gather in Preston.
Andrei delivered his Inaugural Professorial lecture ‘What a wonderful nano-world’
A few short videos from the reception before Andrei Zvelindovsky’s Professorial Inaugural Lecture on 6th October 2010 (taken by Prof. Hans Fraaije):
Andrei Zvelindovsky will deliver an Inaugural Professorial lecture ‘What a wonderful nano-world.’ It will be held on Wednesday, 6 October at 7.00pm in Greenbank Lecture Theatre and refreshments will be served afterwards in Greenbank Foyer. Please contact Sue Conduit, email@example.com, if you would like to attend.
Abstract People use powerful telescopes to investigate stars and galaxies millions of millions miles away from the Earth. The lecture will bring audience in the opposite world – so-called nano-world of 1/1,000,000,000 of a yard, distances where molecules “live and travel”. How do we know that they are there? Can we see them? What did… Read More ›