Back from helping Iain Bethune run the CP2K summer school in at the national lab in Daresbury. Also big help from Sanliang Ling and David Benoit. Over the summer solstice we could have seen the sun come up at dipolehenge made from bits of old synchrotron The school was, I think, a big success.
Today, Fiona Bissett successfully passed her viva (subject to minor corrections) for the degree of Master of Science by Research with the thesis “Computational study of the self-assembly of hypoxanthine in the gas-phase and on the Au(111) surface” written under the supervision of Dr Manuela Mura. Fiona is our first MSc by Research student in… Read More ›
PhD Student Javier Díaz visited Swansea to attend the Physical Aspects of Polymer Science conference, organised by the Institute of Physics, which took place from the 13th to 15th of September in Swansea, Wales. Scientists from all around the world spoke about a large range of subjects involving polymer physics, including theory, experiments and simulations…. Read More ›
In a fantastic graduation ceremony on 5 September 2016 Roberta Dessi received her PhD degree. She is our first graduate in Lincoln, and she was also the first student in the graduation ceremony inside the magnificent Lincoln cathedral! Years of hard work were celebrated during this wonderful day!
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!
Originally posted on Maths & Physics News:
By Lorna Davis Physics students at the University of Lincoln have been recognised at a prize giving event for their hard work and effort on the course. As the first cohort of Physics students at the University, staff thought an award ceremony at Doddington Hall would be a nice…
Today Roberta Dessi passed her PhD viva with minor corrections. Congratulations to Roberta!
Thanks to the Santander International Exchange Bursary I could spend 3 weeks in Barcelona under the supervision of Prof. Ignacio Pagonabarraga at the Universitat de Barcelona. My trip begun on the Monday 25th of January and ended on the 12th of February. During this time I was able to discuss with Prof. Pagonabarraga many interesting physical… Read More ›
Fru Mbah Chrameh is a PhD student in Applied Mathematics at the University of Lincoln. He holds a Master of Science in Scientific Computing (2014) from the Royal Institute of Technology (KTH), Sweden, a Master of Science in Radiation Physics (2010) from University College London (UCL), a… Read More ›
Roberta continues her PhD study in our group in Lincoln.
Javier Díaz attended the 2015 Summer School ‘Methods in Molecular Simulations’, organized by CCP5, which took place in Manchester between 12 and 21 of July 2015. The course was structure in such a way that during the first half of the day theoretical lectures were taught. These included a review on Statistical Mechanics, Monte Carlo and Molecular… Read More ›
Javier Díaz is a PhD student at the University of Lincoln, under supervision of Andrei Zvelindovsky and Marco Pinna. After completing his bachelor degree in Physics at the Universidad de Sevilla, Spain, he started his PhD in July 2015 involving computer simulations of soft matter systems. His research covers the study of hybrid Block Copolymer/Nanoparticle… Read More ›
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I am originally from Edinburgh and studied for an MPhys in Computational Physics at Heriot-Watt University, graduating in 2001. Having spent many years since then raising my family and travelling with my husband I was excited to learn of the Back to Science Fellowship being offered at the University of Lincoln near where we live…. Read More ›
Roberta Dessi receives Springer Poster Prize at CompMat2014.
After finishing her 3 months research stay at UCLan, Maria is heading back to Tarragona, Spain, to finish her PhD.
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I was 17 years old when I first heard the word UCLan. I was told by an Astrophysicist, friend of my father, that British universities were quite good. Moreover, since the language of Science is nowadays English I said to myself “why not trying?”. The truth was that I had…