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Engineering Rugby Update - April 2017

The School of Engineering Rugby Club has had one of the most successful years ever in our history with a massive 72 members and an atmosphere that cannot be bettered. Chairman James O'Neill tells us more.

Hello friends of AstroSoc

It's been yet another fantastic year! AstroSoc has gone from strength to strength, with bigger and better public events, outreach experiences and socials for our members.

CSS 2017 – magnificent!

CSS has had a wonderful year in a multitude of ways. With 46 events and over double the income of the previous year, they have been able to offer more and more to our members. President Tom Goodman tells us more.

WISE 2017 – the year of new!

WISE has never been busier than it has in 2016/17! They have organised not one but two conferences and a brand-new Outreach Scheme. It's fair to say the committee has worked incredibly hard and Helena Bower tells us more.

BUCES 2017

Each year we think BUCES has reached its peak of events but each year they continue to grow. There are many a highlight this and Presidents Alex and Rosie tell us more.
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EPS events

A journey through the underworld: David Chapman's Inaugural Lecture

Professor David Chapman's inaugural lecture will focus on an exciting journey into the urban underworld and reveal our hidden infrastructure contained within, including pipes and metro tunnels, and its importance to 21st century living. It will demonstrate the incredible ingenuity involved over the centuries with creating our often-undervalued subsurface world. It will also cover aspects of the amazing technologies used to create, condition monitor and renew subsurface infrastructure, and the incredible challenges faced in this uncompromising and unforgiving environment. The vital interconnectivity between our surface and subsurface infrastructure and the importance of the ground in this relationship will be demonstrated.

Quantum vortex matter: insights from computer algebra - Nicola Wilkin's Inaugural Lecture

Professor Nicola Wilkin's inaugural lecture will focus on key physical systems, one is from a superconductor (a solid material) where the cortices therein are generated by an applied magnetic field and the other vortices in ultra-cold gases where the vortices are a response to rotation that is induced by lasers. Professor will also cover the key findings that were established using computer algebra, discussing how this intermediate tool between pencil and paper and full scale simulation can be exploited.

Simon Singh - From Theorems to Serums, From Cryptology to Cosmology ... and The Simpsons

Simon Singh, one of the world's most popular science and maths writers, takes us on a whistle-stop tour through the bestselling books that he has written over the last two decades. Join us for this EPS Christmas Lecture and enjoy some festive cheer.

EPS Distinguished Lecture: Professor David Phillips

Professor David Phillips, Past-President of the Royal Society of Chemistry, shares his personal journey from raw Birmingham undergraduate in 1958 through a successful academic career, to the present state of supposed retirement. He will give a flavour of his research in ultrafast reactions and photodynamic therapy of cancer and possibly even a few demonstrations while recounting tales of his student days, successes and set-backs.

EPS Societies' Awards 2018

Returning for their fifth year, the EPS Societies' Awards are the College of Engineering and Physical Sciences' annual celebration of our 25 student groups.
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