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oSTEM 2017

This year has been a hugely success for oSTEM with more members, more events and more inspirational speakers.

It's been a busy few months for BUMS!

The year kicked off with casual socials, had a careers-focused November, powered through with amazing sports results and finished with the incredible Materials Ball. Outgoing Co-President Nicole Lee tells us more.

A year in review

Our newest society tells us about their year, including Game Jam events and competitions. Outgoing President Vu Hoang tells us more.

A year with ChemSoc

It's been another spectacular year for ChemSoc here at the University of Birmingham, socially, creatively and philanthropically! Chair Evi Ogbewe tells us more.

Professor Philip Edwin Barker (1929-2017)

The University honours the memory of alumnus and former lecturer in Chemical Engineering, Professor Philip Barker
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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.

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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