Opportunity Physics Campaign events
In 2013 we had the pleasure of welcoming the public into our IOP home through a series of lectures. A further series of public lectures is now underway, with subjects and expert speakers that meet the boundaries between the world of physics and other interesting areas such as volcanology, meteorology and biological physics. Full details will be added as they are confirmed.
Previous lectures included Professor Michael Berry speaking about physics and music, Professor Emanuel Derman visiting from the USA to speak about "Models Behaving Badly" and the Nobel prizewinning physicist Professor Sir Konstantin Novoselov speaking about Graphene. 2014 was launched with The Physics of Volcanic Eruptions (PDF, 300 KB) lecture by Professor Heidy Mader, followed by Dr Maggie Aderin-Pocock daring to Boldly Go and describing the three eras of Space (PDF, 300 KB).
Our first legacy dinner took place in April 2013 and others have taken place during 2014 in Scotland at the National Museum of Scotland and in Ireland at RDS in Dublin. Others are planned in England, Wales and Northern Ireland.
Public lectures 2014
Tuesday 2 September 2014 - Open for registration
Professor Dame Julia Slingo
Taking the planet into uncharted territory: What climate models can tell us about the future
Wednesday 12 November 2014
Professor Pratibha Gai
Catch me if you can: Atoms in Action
For IOP members interested in finding out about the free plain will writing service at a convivial legacy dinner.
2014 date and venue to be confirmed
Thursday 23 October 2014
Titanic, Belfast with Dame Jocelyn Bell-Burnell astrophysicist and past President of the IOP.
2014 date and venue to be confirmed.
The Legacy dinners are invitation events, if you wish to express an interest do contact Angela Townsend email@example.com or telephone 020 7470 4971