Date: Wednesday 14th of June 2017, 14:00.
Location: INB3305 (Isaac Newton Building).
‘Cellular Graphene and its Applications’
by Yarjan Abdul Samad, Cambridge Graphene Centre, University of Cambridge.
Dr. Yarjan Abdul Samad is a research associate and a project leader at the Cambridge Graphene Centre, University of Cambridge. His research areas include electromechanical and electro and photo- thermal properties of carbon and two-dimensional materials, as well as flexible and stretchable composites for space, health, environment and energy applications. Dr. Abdul Samad has developed sustainable methods of fabricating e-textiles and flexible and stretchable conductors and composites based on porous 3D structures of layered materials – typically graphene – that are useful for aerospace composites, biosensing, water purification and energy storage. He is among the team of experimentalists who tested properties of graphene for the first time in Zero Gravity (Zero G) environments by using European Space Agency’s parabolic flights…
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During the Edward Delaval event on 31 May 2017 our 1st and 2nd year Physics students (now 2nd and 3rd year students) presented our Physics lecturers with “Stars of the best physics lecturer of 2017” as voted by the students. The winners of the academic year 2016-17 were:
Fabien Paillusson and Andrei Zvelindovsky
Andrea Floris and Matthew Booth
The stars and certificates were presented to the lecturers by student reps Tom Vale and Sorcha Hulme.
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The University of Lincoln Careers and Employability Service and 9 students from the Schools of Maths & Physics, Engineering and Computer Science recently visited RAF Coningsby to spend a day with BAE Systems.
The visit provided an overview of the Military Air & Information sector of the business which operates the Typhoon Total Availability Enterprise (TyTAN) contract, supporting the RAF Typhoon fleet. Students were able to experience BAE Systems training systems which are delivered to RAF staff using advanced simulators in a state of the art facility.
Students were also granted access to the Typhoon Maintenance Facility and witnessed a variety of aircraft in different states of repair.
Overall, the trip provided students a first hand opportunity to see their studies and skills learnt at the University of Lincoln could be translated into real industry problems within BAE Systems and the RAF.
Student feedback was that they enjoyed experiencing some of the world’s most advanced technology within the defence sector and they found it was both awe inspiring and provided some excellent ideas for their future projects.
Find out about the work BAE Systems provides at RAF Coningsby, learn about the Typhoon jet and further BAE Systems opportunities worldwide.
by Hannah McGowan
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