Information on upcoming inaugural lectures in the College of Science and Engineering.
These public lectures are given by newly appointed holders of research Chairs.
The lecturer describes the significance of his or her research and its implications for the wider discipline. They also outline their future research directions.
Inaugural lectures are designed to be accessible to interested members of the public.
|2 October 2017||Professor Catherine Heymans||School of Physics & Astronomy||Lecture Theatre A, James Clerk Maxwell Building, The King's Buildings||The Dark Side of the Universe|
|23 October 2017||Professor Neil Robertson||School of Chemistry||Lecture Theatre A, James Clerk Maxwell Building, The King's Buildings||New Materials for our Solar-Powered Future|
|2 November 2017||Professor Grunde Jomaas||School of Engineering||
Swann Lecture Theatre, Swann Building, The King's Buildings
(Reception to be held in Classroom 2 & 3, Sanderson Building, The King's Buildings)
|From Phlogiston to Spacecraft Fire Safety - The Chemistry and Physics of Flames|
|6 December 2017||Professor Spyros Karamanos||School of Engineering||Lecture Thetre A, James Clerk Maxwell Building, The King's Buildings (Reception to be held in Classroom 2 & 3, Sanderson Building)||The intriguing world of tubulars: from a simple geometry to an essential energy infrastructure asset|
|18 January 2018||Professor Rosalind Allen||School of Physics & Astronomy||tbc||tbc|
|12 April 2018||Professor Paulo Perona||School of Engineering|
|15 May 2018||Professor Jason Reese||School of Engineering|