# News

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## John Baez public lecture: The Mysteries of Fundamental Physics

John Baez will give the first of a series of public Leverhulme Lectures at 6pm on Tuesday 29 November, in the Bayes Centre. You can also join us online. Registration is free and open here. The Mysteries of Fundamental Physics In ...

## Tudor Dimofte awarded EPSRC Fellowship

Tudor Dimofte has been awarded an EPSRC Open Fellowship entitled "3d N=4 TQFT's". The fellowship, worth over £1million, lies at the interface of pure mathematics (algebra, geometry and topology) and theoretical ...

## Zoe Wyatt appointed as lecturer at KCL

Zoe Wyatt, a former PhD student in our school/MIGSAA, has been appointed as a lecturer in pure maths at KCL. Her research applies the analysis of nonlinear partial differential equations to problems in cosmology, particle physics, ...

## Tim Adamo has been awarded a Leverhulme Trust research project grant entitled Twistors and Quantum Field Theory in Strong Backgrounds

Tim Adamo has been awarded a Leverhulme Trust research project grant entitled Twistors and Quantum Field Theory in Strong Backgrounds. The framework of quantum field theory (QFT) underpins the most rigorously-tested scientific ...

## Agata Smoktunowicz has been awarded an EPSRC research grant entitled Quantum Integrability from Set Theoretic Yang-Baxter & Reflection Equations

Agata Smoktunowicz has been awarded an EPSRC research grant entitled Quantum Integrability from Set Theoretic Yang-Baxter & Reflection Equations. The grant, in collaboration with Anastasia Doikou and Robert Weston, Heriot-Watt ...

## Student Research Article - Charlotte Summers

PhD Student Charlotte Summers has written the following article as part of our series of Student Research Articles! What are gamma ray bursts? Gamma ray bursts (GRBs) are the most energetic explosions to ever be observed by ...

## Student Research Article - Ross Grassie

PhD Student Ross Grassie has written the following article as part of our series of Student Research Articles! My research: Since Einstein first introduced the world to his ideas on relativity in 1905, symmetry has emerged as ...

## Student Research Article - Sam Bonsor

PhD Student Sam Bonsor has written the following article as part of our series of Student Research Articles! Globular clusters are large, dense collections of tens of thousands, or millions of stars all bound together by gravity. ...

## Edinburgh SIAM-IMA Student Chapter PhD Colloquium 2020

The Edinburgh SIAM-IMA Student Chapter PhD Colloquium 2020 (http://www.maxwell.ac.uk/siam-ima/PhDcolloquium2020.html) was held on February 12 at the International Centre for Mathematical Sciences (ICMS). The aim of the event was ...

## Royal Society University Research Fellowship awarded to Tim Adamo

Tim Adamo has been awarded a Royal Society University Research Fellowship worth over £600,000.