Roberta Dessi receives Springer Poster Prize at CompMat2014.
Today Andrei gave an invited talk “Block copolymers in confinements and under external fields: Computer simulation” at the symposium Structure for Function: Rational Design of New Functional Polymeric Materials organized by Chinedum Osuji and Roy Shenhar as a part of 247th ACS National Meeting and Exposition (March 16-20, 2014, Dallas, Texas, USA). The overall meeting’s motto was: “Chemistry… Read More ›
Originally posted on Study Physics:
I was 17 years old when I first heard the word UCLan. I was told by an Astrophysicist, friend of my father, that British universities were quite good. Moreover, since the language of Science is nowadays English I said to myself “why not trying?”. The truth was that I had…
Andrei gave a talk “Nano-physics of soft matter” for high school pupils at Cardinal Newman College, Preston.
Dr Ger Koper from the Technical University of Delft in the Netherlands is vising our group and gives a seminar Thermodynamics of Dissipative Self-Assembly.
After finishing her 3 months research stay at UCLan, Maria is heading back to Tarragona, Spain, to finish her PhD.
Due to the winds from the Atlantic we don’t have yet snow in Preston, but rather lots of rain almost every day. :-) However, if you read our blog, you can enjoy nice snow falling across your computer screen ! Computational Physics Group wishes all of you a merry Christmas and a very happy new… Read More ›
Today our brochure publisher, Blurb, released the constraint on the minimum price for our brochure in ebook format. We are very pleased that everybody can now download our brochure as ebook for the iPad® absolutely FREE of charge. A printed souvenir edition is also available in both hard- and softcover.
Originally posted on Computational condensed matter: advances and challenges:
The first lecture is by Philip Moriarty.