Navigating through this and all the various side topics looks good: http://www-history.mcs.st-and.ac.uk/Chronology/full.html
Today I gave a few outreach sessions to students from across the North East of England as part of Bitesize Uni. I focused on the game of sprouts and its links with graph theory. The slides can be found at the following link: sprouts. Please let me know if they prove useful to you!
Congratulations to my PhD student Lucy Sherwin-Robson who has just successfully defended her thesis! 🎉
I have just registered for a conference hosted at Newcastle University (had to really, not as though I can claim its too far to travel!) focusing on Multicomponent Atomic Condensates and Rotational Dynamics (MACRO). More information is available from the conference website: https://conferences.ncl.ac.uk/jqcmacro/. Be there or be square 😎
PRE clearly can’t get enough of a sexy flocking figure. For a second time they have selected a figure (showing a model flock in a random large scale flow) as a Kaleidoscope image. The figure and a link to the paper can be found here.
They are both colleagues (and one of them was my PhD supervisor) so of course I am biased, but I really think a new book from Carlo Barenghi and Nick Parker provides an excellent introduction to quantum fluids. The book will be published by Springer at some point, fortunately a preprint is available on the […]
Congratulations to my PhD student Lucy Sherwin-Robson, who submitted her thesis earlier today!