2 day event.
This meeting will bring together cell biologists and biophysicists to discuss the physical basis of many cellular processes. It will concentrate on model systems in which a combination of experimental studies and physical modelling has significantly enhanced our understanding of a wide variety of living cells and their common design principles. read more
This year marks the 125th anniversary of the department for which the celebrations will coincide with the bi-annual Mildner Lecture and the annual Research Poster day, which will take place on the 25th June 2010. This year the lecture will be given by Lord Broers FREng FRS with the title "Grand Challenges for Engineers in the Decades Ahead". read more
UCL Systems Biology and the Department of Physics and Astronomy will hold a joint meeting to give an overview of biological physics activities across UCL and stimulate interactions between physicists and life scientists. read more
The computing and communications needs of society continue to grow in expectation and complexity. Current technology approaches are limited and new methods are constantly sought by LCN staff to circumvent limitations; applying nanotechnology-driven paradigms such as quantum computing and spintronics.
Sir Martin Wood Prize Lecture 2010
When a molecule met electrons
Presented by Dr Yousoo Kim, Surface Chemistry Laboratory, RIKEN, Wako, Japan
University College London in the A V Hill Lecture Theatre, Medical Sciences Building
Location: Ramsay Lecture Theatre, Christopher Ingold Building, UCL.
Professor Manish Chhowalla (Imperial College) discusses ‘Large area electronics with solution processable chemically derived grapheme’.
You are invited to attend a Symposium to celebrate the 65th birthday of
Professor Keith McEwen
"New Pictures of Strongly Correlated Electron Systems from Large Facilities"
4 June 2010
Harrie Massey Lecture Theatre, University College London
10:30 Coffee and Registration
10:55-11:00 Gabriel Aeppli - Introduction and welcome
11:00-11: 30 Qimiao Si - Quantum Criticality: Many-Body Systems on the Brink
UCL Systems Biology and the Department of Physics and Astronomy will hold a joint meeting to give an overview of biological physics activities across UCL and stimulate interactions between physicists and life scientists.
Speakers: David Bogle, Tom Duke, Bart Hoogenboom, Alexandra Olaya-Castro, Gabriel Waksman
Location: LMCB seminar room
Please send details of seminars to be included to Sophie Cross