During 12-16 October 20-15 Thomas Blagden from William Farr C of E Comprehensive School spent school work experience placement in our Computational Physics research group working alongside Dr Marco Pinna on modelling of soft spherical nano-containers. Thomas used modern simulation programmes developed by our academics and analysed his results using Advanced Visual Systems (AVS) software. On his last day in our group Mrs A Wiley, Head of Physics at William Farr School, has visited us to see the results of his work.
Mrs A Wiley and Thomas Blagden at the University of Lincoln
Mrs A Wiley and Thomas Blagden discussing Thomas’ results at the University of Lincoln