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Festival of Physics
Organised By IOP South West branch
Tags #Physics #SouthWest #SouthWestBranch #Plymouth #BigData #IOPBranchEvents #Festival
November 23, 2019
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Martin Lavelle (Plymouth) From the Light Bulb to Quantum Computing Workshops Take part in hands-on activities that will enhance your understanding of physics, big data and the universe
This will include the "Phantom of the universe show"  and a tour of the universe
Address
Roland Levinsky Building
University of Plymouth
Drake Circus
Plymouth
Devon
UK
PL4 8AA
Link: Festival of Physics

DUNE: An International Neutrino Observatory
Organised By IOP Manchester & District Branch
Tags #observatory #matter #antimatter #NeutrinoScience #Manchester #ManchesterBranch #IOPBranchEvents
November 25, 2019
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DUNE physicists will seek to understand the role neutrinos play in the formation of the universe, addressing the question of why there is more matter than antimatter
Address
Lecture theatre 1, Brooks Building
53 Bonsall Street
Manchester Metropolitan University
Manchester
M15 6GX
Link: DUNE: An International Neutrino Observatory

Craft Collider: Crafting and Particle Physics (for Grown-Ups).
Organised By London Outreach and Engagement
Tags #Particles-and-interactions #Creative #Craft #Seasonal #London
November 26, 2019
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In the search to understand the smallest building blocks of our universe, particle physicists have invented incredible ways to detect and visualise the sub-atomic world
Address
Institute of Physics
37 Caledonian Road
London
UK
N1 9BU
Link: Craft Collider: Crafting and Particle Physics (for Grown-Ups).

DUNE - an international neutrino observatory
Organised By London and South East Branch
Tags #Neutrino #detector #universe #origin #chicago #fermi #dune #underground #planets #antimatter #London #KingsCross #Islington #LondonAndSouthEastBranch #IOPBranch
November 27, 2019
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With DUNE, physicists will seek to understand the role neutrinos play in the formation of the universe, addressing the question why there is more matter than antimatter
Address
Institute of Physics
37 Caledonian Road
London
UK
N1 9BU
Link: DUNE - an international neutrino observatory

The Most Important Experiment in Physics: The Double Slit Experiment
Organised By IoP West Midlands Branch (Keele Centre)
Tags #DoubleSlit #NonLocality #QuantumEffects #QuantumComputing #Keele #WestMidsBranch #WestMidlands #IOPBranch
December 5, 2019
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One of these timeless breakthroughs of the human mind into the secrets of the universe - the double-slit experiment - ranks well above all the others, if only because, although equally simple, it still baffles Physicists to this day
Address
LJ1.75, Lennard Jones Laboratories
Link: The Most Important Experiment in Physics: The Double Slit Experiment

A star’s life and death as seen by the James Webb Space Telescope
Organised By IOP Yorkshire Branch
Tags #Stars-and-solar-physics #James #Webb #Space #Telescope #Wakefield #IOPBranchEvents #YorkshireBranch
January 16, 2020
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Webb will observe the universe in the infrared and will have a telescope mirror 6
This is so large that it will need to be folded up to fit inside the rocket for launch! Webb, with its complement of infrared instrumentation offering an unparalleled combination of sensitivity and diffraction limited performance, will open a new window on the universe
The telescope will look for the first bright objects in the universe, how stars and planets form, and for the chemical signatures of life on distant planets
Address
Wakefield College
Margaret Street
ASIC Lecture Theatre, The University Centre Building
Wakefield
Yorkshire
UK
WF1 2DH
Link: A star’s life and death as seen by the James Webb Space Telescope

Lecture: Euclid – How to measure dark energy – ESA’s Euclid mission
Organised By IOP Lancashire and Cumbria
Tags #Euclid #Astronomy #Astrophysics #UCLan #ESA #IOPBranchEvents #LancashireAndCumbriaBranch
March 18, 2020
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” The Euclid mission, to be launched in 2022, is designed to tackle some fundamental questions; why is the expansion of the universe accelerating and what is the “dark energy” that is thought to drive it? what are the nature and properties of “dark matter”, how is it distributed and how has that changed over the lifetime of the universe? Answers to these questions will dramatically change our view of the universe and have the potential to require that physics textbooks are rewritten
Address
Harrington Lecture Theatre, Harrington Building, UCLan
University of Central Lancashire
11 Victoria St
Preston
PR1 7QS
Link: Lecture: Euclid – How to measure dark energy – ESA’s Euclid mission