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Physicist in the Kitchen: Exploring the Gastronomic Universe

The Institute of Physics and the University of Wolverhampton are pleased to host Prof. Andrey Varlamov, from the SPIN-CNR in Rome, Italy, to deliver an online, free and online live Evening Lecture addressed to the general public.

Physicists have something to say about everything, including those things that non-Physicists worry about. Consider Prof. Varlamov: sure, he could tell you about fluctuations in phase transitions or motion of electrons in graphene... but he can also capture the interest of your grandmother, little cousins or your coffee-lunatic friend by telling them how to best cook a turkey, what makes pizza taste so good or prepare the perfect espresso... In this opening webinar to our 2020 edition of Wulfrunian IOP lectures, everybody is invited to confront their personal experience and understanding of how cooking should be done with that of a theoretical physicist, who wandered in the kitchen.

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Organised By
IOP West Midlands Branch
Date/Time
30 Sep 2020 17:00 to 18:30
Location
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