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School of Physics Newsletter December 2014 27 November 2014 A welcome from our new Head of School, with a look forward to the challenges which lie ahead.
  • School of Physics Newsletter December 2014 27 November 2014 A welcome from our new Head of School, with a look forward to the challenges which lie ahead.
  • Student publishes paper based on industrial research 19 November 2014 Research conducted by undergraduate student James Oliver during his work placement at the Culham Centre for Fusion Energy, the UK’s national fusion laboratory, has been published in the journal Plasma Physics and Controlled Fusion.
  • School of Physics awarded Athena SWAN bronze award 18 November 2014 In November, the School of Physics received the Athena SWAN bronze award.
  • Physics at Bristol marks Ada Lovelace Day 13 November 2014 The School of Physics organised a stall and display to celebrate Ada Lovelace Day 2014. The foyer of the Physics building became the focus of the celebration of the role of women in science past, present and future.
  • Last post and reveille played from School of Physics tower 11 November 2014 The University of Bristol remembered the fallen today.
  • Invited Paper for Journal of Selected Topics in Quantum Electronics. 3 November 2014 Dr Döndü Sahin, a Marie Curie Experienced Researcher from the Centre for Quantum Photonics, was invited to present a paper based on her PhD work for the Journal of Selected Topics in Quantum Electronics.
  • BOSS Opening Event 14 October 2014 On 16th October, the Bristol Optical Students Society (B.O.S.S) held an opening evening to celebrate the official launch of the new social year and to advertise some of the events and opportunities which will take place over the next year.
  • Qubit entanglement on a silicon photonic chip 14 October 2014 Entanglement—one of the most delicate phenomena in nature—is an essential resource for quantum information applications. Researchers from Centre for Quantum Photonics reveal their latest findings.
  • Bristol Bright Night - a resounding success 8 October 2014 The Researchers’ Night was a success, with Bristol Bright Night contributions from the School of Physics.
  • BOSS at Bristol Bright Night 6 October 2014 On 26th September, the Bristol Optical Students Society (BOSS) participated in the Bristol Bright Night, a special evening where researchers share their work with people of all ages in order to promote science and inspire the youngest members of the general public to embrace a scientific career.
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