Virtual Graduation - Mathematical & Physical Sciences
You have all worked hard and the journey through being a fresher to sitting finals – an academic marathon – has ended, and we are looking forward to celebrating your success. You will have made new friendships and grown as a person; you have developed new skills and ways of thinking and are now graduands.
Message from HoDs:
Its been an unusual year and you should be even more proud of what you have achieved. Some of you will be going on to beginning your career or will be moving on to further study, we hope that you should be able to look back at your time at UCL with fondness and that you stay in touch!
Faculty Prizes and Dean's List:
MAPS Students win Physics competition:
Marcel Mordarski, Lau Pak To, and Louis Sharma are the authors of the paper on “Quadcopter Stability in Wind” awarded a silver medal at last year's University Physics Competition.
We explored ancient rocks in virtual reality:
UCL Earth Sciences students, unable to take part in their normal field-based classes due to the Covid-19 pandemic, are instead using virtual reality headsets to learn about Britain’s oldest rocks from northwest Scotland.
We did our part:
3rd year STS student Alexander Gregoriades has started a project with his housemate to produce and deliver free face shields for NHS staff.
Your Virtual Yearbook:
Capture your fond memories from your time at UCL. Log in with your UCL microsoft email to Flipgrid
Check in with our Alumni:
We hope you enjoyed your time with the department and we would like to keep in touch please join the online community
UCLO Explore is a short educational video game where you can explore the UCL Observatory site to learn about and interact with our 5 astronomical telescopes.
MAPS Research highlights:
Cutting-edge research lies at the heart of the faculty’s work let's see what has inspired us and our teaching in our Departments:
“We know you will take UCL’s message of openness, inclusion and passion for new knowledge and understanding in whatever you do. Well done! - Professor Ivan Parkin