Events

June 2024

Tue 18 Jun 2024
12:00 - 13:00
Seminar: Condensed Matter Physics Seminar
Centre for Experimental and Applied Physics
Andrei Sapelkin: Revisiting the problem of information content in x-ray absorption data
Wed 12 Jun 2024
15:00 - 17:00
Image: Prof Andy BushbyEntrepreneurs Club event with Prof Andy Bushby
Faculty of Science and Engineering
Prof Andy Bushby (Founder and CTO of Ultima Forma) will present the story behind the founding of Ultima Forma, a disruptive materials engineering company. Join us for networking afterwards, refreshments will be provided. Please complete the registraton form via the link below.
Tue 11 Jun 2024
12:00 - 13:00
Condensed Matter Physics Seminar
Centre for Experimental and Applied Physics
Mathieu de Kruijf, Quantum Motion Towards scalable quantum processors and integration with on-chip classical control using commercially available silicon chips.

May 2024

Wed 8 May 2024
10:00 - 16:00
Image: Quantum Day
Centre for Experimental and Applied Physics
We are pleased to announce our first annual Quantum Day. This event will celebrate all quantum-related activities at Queen Mary and will be a great way to meet others in the broader quantum community. 10:00 10:10 Opening 10:10 10:40 Theory 10:10 10:25 Ginestra Bianco – Perspectives on Complex Quantum Networks 10:25 10:40 Owen Benton – Searching for Quantum Spin Liquids 10:45 11:15 Materials and devices 10:45 11:00 James Thomas – Molecular quantum materials and devices 11:00 11:15...

April 2024

Thu 25 Apr 2024
14:00 - 18:00
TYC Recently Appointed Academic Talks: Chiara Gattinoni, Wojciek Kopec and Frank Schindler
Centre for Chemical Research
Chiara Gattinoni – King's College London Electrostatic effects in nanoscale ferroelectrics The behavior of nanoscale forms of matter, such as thin films or nanocrystal, is strongly influenced by the structure and behavior of their...

March 2024

Wed 13 Mar 2024
13:00 - 15:00
Image: Professor Anthony BrownSeminar: Antennas in Advanced Applications: Horizon watching with a 50-year perspective
Centre for Electronics
Please view the recorded event Seminar Summary Which areas in antennas will have a significant impact in 50-years' time? For that matter what was happening 50-years ago that influences what we do today? Although sometimes considered a niche technology, antennas are now ubiquitous and a key part of wireless technologies. Increased emphasis on, for example, energy efficiency, environmental sustainability and spectrum utilization makes their design even more important. In some ways antenna...

February 2024

Thu 29 Feb 2024Image: Night of Science and EngineeringNight of Science and Engineering 2024
Faculty of Science and Engineering
This is an exclusive VIP reception showcasing our world-leading science and engineering and how diversity and social mobility are at the heart of Queen Mary's values and key to our success. The evening will introduce Dr Karen Salt from UK Research and Innovation along with two of our amazing alumni, a polar explorer and a leading industrialist, and one of our top professors whose research has transformed the treatment of hundreds of thousands of patients and has even been featured on a royal...