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Birmingham physicist elected UK ATLAS Physics Coordinator

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Dr Kostas Nikolopoulos, Birmingham Fellow in the School of Physics and Astronomy, has been elected UK ATLAS Physics coordinator.

Engineering and Physical Sciences in the media - October 2014

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From security analysis on the national grid and rail systems to detoxing from technology and more...

Computer science as the keystone to a multidisciplinary approach to understanding human behaviour

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Andrew Howes discusses the mechanics of human decision making to understanding human behaviour. More specifically on the potential of computational rationality as a means of linking theories of human information processing mechanisms to theories of rational behaviour.

DC will win the battle of the currents thanks to new DC fault management system

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The final barrier preventing energy suppliers making the switch from AC power grids to faster, more efficient DC systems could now be removed, thanks to research carried out at the School of Electronic, Electrical and Systems Engineering.

Protecting UK infrastructure from the unpredictability of space: Professor Paul Cannon leads the way in radio science development

Protecting UK infrastructure from the unpredictability of space: Professor Paul Cannon leads the way in radio science development
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Paul Cannon OBE, Professor of Radio Science in the School of Electronic Electrical and Systems Engineering, has been appointed President of the International Union of Radio Science (URSI) and also a member of the Defence Scientific Advisory Council.
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College of Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Conference (internal conference)

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22/10/2014
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The 2014 College of Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Conference celebrates the breadth of our research excellence and seeks to highlight the interdisciplinary strengths of groups and individuals across the nine disciplines.

EPS Distinguished Lecture: Professor Paul Cannon

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06/11/2014
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Minor explosive eruptions of energy from the Sun that cause small solar storms on Earth are relatively common events. In contrast, extremely large events (superstorms) only occur very occasionally – perhaps once every century or two. Since the start of the space age there has been no true solar-superstorm but there have been a number of large storms, some of which have caused major technological and economic damage.
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