Seminars, Colloquia and Discussion Groups
The School holds a number of Colloquia, Research Seminars and Discussion Groups at various levels.
Departmental Colloquia and Research Seminars
Departmental Colloquia are
research talks pitched at the wider physics and astronomy audience
(including final year undergraduates). During the eleven weeks of
the semester there are six colloquia (nominally three astronomy based
and three physics based). The colloquia take place every second
week. During the other weeks there are research seminars aimed at
postgraduate level and above (two seminars each week - one physics and
Full list of Departmental Colloquia and Research Seminars
Gravitational Physics Group Seminars
Research seminars organised by the Gravitational Physics Group are held
every Friday at 2:00pm in the Chart Room (N/3.23).
Full list of Physics Group Seminars
Data Innovation Institute (DII) Seminars
Seminars organised by The Data Innovation Institute (DII) will be of interest to Students and Staff from all research groups. Typically talks will be 30-40 minutes long plus time for questions.
Full list of DII Seminars
Institute for Compound Semiconductors (ICS) Seminars
Seminars organised by Institute for Compound Semiconductors (ICS) will be
of interest to Students and Staff from all research groups. Typically talks
will be 30-40 minutes long plus time for questions.
Full list of ICS Seminars
Astrolunch is a weekly forum for discussing the latest astronomical
literature, covering anything from instrumentation, planetary science, and
galactic to extra-galactic astronomy and cosmology. Each week, we have one
20-minute presentation on a topic of the speaker's choice.
Full list of Astrolunch Talks
The Physics Chat meeting series is
intended to provide a common platform
for discussions and presentations of recent developments within the
experimental physics research groups, and is a forum for all members of
the groups, from project students to group leaders.
Full list of Talks
These lectures form part of the training program for all Research
Postgraduate students in the School
Full list of Talks