Statistical Physics and Complexity Webinar Series
About Statistical Physics and Complexity Group meetings
This is a weekly series of webinars on theoretical aspects of Condensed Matter, Biological, and Statistical Physics. It is open to anyone interested in research in these areas.
This is a weekly series of webinars from invited speakers organised by the Statistical Physics and Complexity Group. Anyone interested in the topics is welcome to join; just contact the organiser below. The webinar series has been running since the start of the pandemic in April 2020 - see the archive and list of future events for a view of the interesting speakers and topics in the series. The webinar is hosted over Zoom and runs for 60 min including questions.
To get details of the Zoom call and get added to the mailing list, please email Peter Mottishaw.
(This webinar series replaces the group meetings we ran prior to April 2020 - you will still see these in the archive.)
Next Statistical Physics and Complexity Group meeting
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Past Statistical Physics and Complexity Group meetings
Details of previous Statistical Physics and Complexity Group meetings can be found in the following archive page: