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Welcome to the Physics and Astronomy Alumni page. We hope you enjoyed your time at UCL and would like to keep in touch.  Please feel free to contact Lori Colette Campbell  if you have any suggestions for this site or any general comments or queries you have as we will be happy to help.

Annual Alumni Dinner

The Gala Dinner aims to bring together our alumni, students and staff for a celebration of what has fundamentally made this Department a success - you! .

The date of the 2019 Gala Dinner is 1st November 2019.  You can book your place here:  

https://onlinestore.ucl.ac.uk/conferences-and-events/faculty-of-mathematical-physical-sciences-c06/physics-astronomy-f60/f60-physics-astronomy-gala-dinner-2019

Annual Review

The Annual Review is sent out to Alumni on a yearly basis. It contains highlights of the previous year and is our way of keeping in touch with Alumni. Included in the review is an invitation to the Annual Alumni Dinner.

If you are not on our mailing lists and would like to join, please email the Alumni Administrator, Lori Coletti Campbell.

See our Annual Review section to download previous annual reviews.

2019 Annual Physics & Astronomy Lecture

The Annual Physics & Astronomy Lecture will be delivered by Dr Tim Scanlon.  

Title: What has the Higgs discovery done for you?

Time: 4.15pm

 Location:  Christopher Ingold XLG2 Auditorium

 

Abstract: To answer fundamental questions about the Universe, ever larger and more complex experiments are needed to collect vast amounts of data, which are then analysed using advanced and computationally intensive techniques. The recent observation of the Higgs boson decaying to a pair of b-quarks by the ATLAS experiment at the Large Hadron Collider, will be used to highlight the complex data collection and analysis techniques that are necessary to discovery such rare phenomena. It will then be shown how such fundamental research breakthroughs, not only help us unravel the mysteries of the Universe, but also provide a range of benefits to our society and economy, even helping to improve your commute to work.

 

video credit: Dishad Husain, imotion
 

Details of previous Annual Physics Lectures can be found on: www.ucl.ac.uk/physics-astronomy/alumni/annual-lectures

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