Inaugural Lecture Series

The College of Engineering and Physical Sciences is running a series of Inaugural Lectures to showcase the leading scientists who are pushing the boundaries in their disciplines. The event marks an individual’s promotion to Professor, but also provides a rare opportunity to hear first-hand about their research.


These events are open to the public, and free of charge. Please click on the below headings to learn more and register for the event.

Miss the lecture? Some of the lectures were recorded; follow the links to find out more.

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Professor Alison Davenport's Inaugural Lecture

Shedding Light on Corrosion

Professor Moataz Attallah's Inaugural Lecture

To design, to weld, to 3D print, and not to σyield

Professor Serafim Bakalis Inaugural Lecture

A chemical engineer in the kitchen: cooking, eating, cleaning
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Professor Peter Jones' Inaugural Lecture

"Quark Soup: Recipe for a hot Universe"

Professor Zoe Pikramenou's Inaugural Lecture

"Lighting up molecular interactions with metals: φως and energy"

Professor Andrew Howes' Inaugural Lecture

Computational Rationality: Linking Mechanism and Behavior Through Bounded Utility Maximization

Professor David Evans' Inaugural Lecture, 22/05/2014

Making Mini Big Bangs at the Large Hadron Collider

Professor James Tucker's Inaugural Lecture, 10/04/2014

Going Beyond the Molecule: The Chemistry of Connections
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