Today Andrei gave a seminar “Block copolymers under external fields” at the Department of Fundamental Physics at University of Barcelona, Spain.
To investigate that Andrei went on a train trip from Preston to Newcastle via Carlisle. Diving into the history of trains on a two-car diesel train from Carlisle was balances by spectacular […]
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On July 1-5, 2013 Andrei participated in12th Joint European Thermodynamics Conference (JETC 2013) in Brescia, Italy. The conference participants discussed application of various parts of thermodynamics, including non-equilibrium thermodynamics, to various physical, […]
Institute of Physics North East Branch lecture: Collective behaviour of birds, fish, ants, … humans. Is it Physics, Mathematics or Biology ?
Institute of Physics North East Branch lecture Thursday, 24 October 2013, 18:30 in A003, Ellison building, Northumbria University, Newcastle
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Nakayoshi-seminar 10 June (Mon.) 15:30-17:00 Room: 821, Complex B Building (Rigaku Goudou B tou) Speaker: Prof. Andrei V. Zvelindovsky (Univ. Central Lancashire) Title: Block copolymers under external fields “Nakayoshi” means “good friendship. […]
On 3rd June 2013 Andrei gives 1h15′ seminar (followed by questions) at OCTA workshop in Tokyo, Japan. The talk title is “Simulation of block copolymer structures using Density Functional Theories: Applications of MesoDyn and […]
Today Andrei had discussions with Dr Atsushi Noro and PhD students in Professor Yushu Matsushita group. He also gave a seminar “Block copolymers under external fields” at the Nagoya University, Japan.
Andrei Zvelindovsky delivers 1.5 hours seminar “Simulation of block copolymers” in the group of Professor Ryoichi Yamamoto at Department of Chemical Engineering, Kyoto University, Japan.