PhD reflections

General interest seminar

PhD reflections

  • Event time: 5:00pm until 6:00pm
  • Event date: 1st November 2021
  • Location: Lecture Theatre B and online

Event details

PhD student reflections

We will have two talks from PhD students who will talk about their current work. This is an opportunity to find out what your TA’s do when they are not helping you with your work and to see what the life of a researcher is really like.

  • Estifa’a Zaid from the Particle Physics Experimental Group will talk about 'Searching for Long Lived Particles at the Large Hadron Collider’.
  • Calum Strain from the Centre for Science at Extreme Conditions will talk about ‘A life in high pressure’.

PhD research in the School of Physics and Astronomy

To learn more about PhD opportunities in SoPA, attend the PG Virtual Open Day events which run 9 - 11 November.

PG Open Day - Physics and Astronomy

PG Open Day - all UoE events

Visit the School of Physics and Astronomy PhD web information

Postgraduate research degrees - Physics and Astronomy 

Accessing this event

This event will be live, live-streamed and recorded.

Attending the event in person:

To watch the live stream and recording, self-enrol on the 'Physics and Astronomy - Special Lectures / General Interest Seminars' Learn course - all students and staff can enrol on this course. 

  • To self-enrol, please follow the instructions 'Enrolling on a self-enrol course': Enrolling on a self-enrol course
  • In 'Search Catalogue' use 'General Interest Seminars' as Course Name and 'Go' to find the course above and enrol yourself on it.  
  • Once enrolled on the course, click 'Live Stream / Recording' to see the upcoming event - you will be able to click on the live stream at the start date/time. 

You can also attend the event via Zoom:

  • details to follow

About General interest seminars

Our General Interest Seminars are an opportunity for distinguished speakers to present new research in physics and related areas. The material presented is suitable for undergraduate level upwards and all members of the School are welcome to attend..

Find out more about General interest seminars.