Wednesday 18 Jan. 2017
Alumnus Dr Philip Goddard and Pivigo Community Manager, Dr Neal O Riain, will talk about the career opportunities for PhD/Masters students with a science/analytical background in the emerging Data Science industry.
Wednesday 15 Feb. 2017
The Astrophysics Group will be holding monthly Astronomy evenings on the third Wednesday of the month.
Tuesday 21 Feb. 2017
Ever wondered what a career in consultancy really involves? Then come and find out from two Surrey Physics Alumni, currently working for KPMG in London and for Actica Consulting in Guildford.
Wednesday 29 Mar. 2017
This year the Department of Physics and Astrophysics at the University of Surrey are holding a public event to tie-in with the BBC Stargazing Live TV.
Tuesday 25 Apr. 2017
Friday 30 Jun. 2017
This is a FREE one day event aimed at secondary school science teachers.
Thursday 06 Jul. 2017
The Schools Physicist of the Year Award celebrates the talent of exceptional students studying Physics in all of the local area’s schools.
Tuesday 29 Aug. 2017
For decays where β− decay populates excitation energies above the neutron separation energy, the daughter nucleus may de-¬‐excite by emitting a neutron, a process referred to as β-¬‐delayed neutron emission (βn).
Tuesday 29 Aug. 2017
The Radioactive Isotope Beam Factory (RIBF) at RIKEN, Tokyo, has become the world's most powerful machine for the production of exotic nuclei.
Wednesday 04 Oct. 2017
Tuesday 17 Oct. 2017
Dr Cyrus Larijani, Nuclear Strategy Lead at the National Physical Lab, will talk about his work as a research scientist and what NPL offers in terms of placements, grad roles and opportunities for PhDs. Open to all physics students.
Tuesday 31 Oct. 2017
Discover the hidden wonders of the Universe
Wednesday 08 Nov. 2017
Russell Richardson, Director of RBA Acoustics, will talk about his career journey and how acoustics is all about applied maths and physics.
Tuesday 14 Nov. 2017
Airbus is the largest aeronautics and space company in Europe and a worldwide leader. In this talk, Jack Johnson, physics graduate, and Zoë Hardman, Surrey alumnus, will talk about their experience of working at Airbus, with Jack focusing on the overlap from his physics background to his job in aerospace engineering, currently working on RF antennas. The talk will also cover Airbus’ business areas, the recruitment process and the STEM Ambassador/Outreach opportunities that Airbus employees engage with.
Tuesday 21 Nov. 2017
First Detection of Gravitational Waves from Neutron-Star Collision
Thursday 07 Dec. 2017