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Efficient adaptive stochastic Galerkin methods for parametric operator equations

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In this paper, we design and implement an efficient algorithm for solving elliptic PDE problems with correlated random data.

Photonic Weyl degeneracies in magnetized plasma

Description
Unlike Dirac fermions such as electrons, Weyl particles are elusive relativistic fermionic particles with vanishing mass.

Engineers International Tour 2016

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In November, the School of Engineering RFC travelled to the University of Granada, Spain for our first international fixture. Club Chairman James O'Neill tells us more.

Alumni News: Sarah Graves

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Sarah Graves (BSc Mathematics, 2016) reflects on her time at Birmingham and tells us what she's been up to since graduating.

The Original Formula Student Project (1967)

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Thanks to UBRacing, Birmingham has a strong history of building racing cars and even founding the Formula Student competition. Little did we know it actually began 30 years earlier!
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EPS events

Astronomy in the City

Date
25/01/2017
Description
Join us for another instalment of the popular Astronomy in the City. Learn about astrophysics and astronomy with talks on this month's night sky and current research; a question and answer session with our friendly expert panel, and the chance to observe (weather permitting) with the Astronomy Society's portable telescopes and the University's historic Grubb telescope.

Can we turn nano-science into a manufacturing industry?

Date
14/02/2017 - 14/03/2017
Description
The fundamentals of nano-science lie in the precise manipulation of atoms and molecules - architecture on the atomic scale.

Mini Big Bangs in ALICE and the CERN LHC

Date
14/03/2017
Description
David Evans, Professor in High Energy Physics, will explain the physics behind the LHC and, in particular, the ALICE Experiment. His talk will include some audience participation and demonstrations with liquid nitrogen and is aimed at all age groups.

EPS Societies' Awards 2017

Date
07/06/2017
Description
Returning for their fourth year, the EPS Societies' Awards are the College of Engineering and Physical Sciences' annual celebration of our 24 student groups.
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