Statistical Physics and Complexity Group meetings

About Statistical Physics and Complexity Group meetings

This is a weekly series of informal talks focussing on some theoretical aspect of Condensed Matter, Biological, and Statistical Physics.

The range of topics is sufficiently loosely defined that we are cool with anything relevant to the Statistical Physics and Complexity Group. Actually, the best way to find out what we talk about is to look at the list of seminar titles in the archive below.

Typical meetings can include

  • Informal talk on current research interest.
  • Pedagogical talk on something of interest to the group.
  • Group meetings and "getting to know you" sessions when new people arrive.
  • Short updates on a PhD projects ... a few slides followed by discussion.
  • Discussion of interesting or topical paper.
  • Standard "theory club" whiteboard talk.
  • Dry run for conference.
  • External speaker - visitor or specifically invited speaker.
  • ... or whatever people find useful.

If you want to receive mailings about these talks, request a topic for discussion, or - even better - offer to lead the discussion yourself, please email or have a chat with Anthony Wood or Peter Mottishaw.

Next Statistical Physics and Complexity Group meeting

  • Event time: 11:30am until 12:30pm
  • Event date: 3rd April 2019
  • Location: 2511

Subsequent Statistical Physics and Complexity Group meetings

  • Event time: 11:30am until 12:30pm
  • Event date: 10th April 2019
  • Speaker: (Heriot-Watt University)
  • Location: Room 2511,

  • Event time: 11:30am until 12:30pm
  • Event date: 17th April 2019
  • Speaker: Des Johnston (Heriot-Watt University)
  • Location: Room 2511,

  • Event time: 11:00am until 12:30pm
  • Event date: 24th April 2019
  • Location: Room 2511,

  • Event time: 11:00am until 12:30pm
  • Event date: 1st May 2019
  • Location: Room 2511,

  • Event time: 11:00am until 12:30pm
  • Event date: 15th May 2019
  • Location: Room 2511,

Past Statistical Physics and Complexity Group meetings

Details of previous Statistical Physics and Complexity Group meetings can be found in the following archive page: